The Baltimore Ravens and the Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism recently announced the recipients of the 19th annual Honor Rows award, presented by M&T Bank. Boys 2 Men of Harford County Public Schools was one of just 14 youth groups or organizations selected throughout the state.
Harford County Public Schools’ Boys 2 Men is a multicultural mentoring and leadership program serving young men at Edgewood Middle, Magnolia Middle, Joppatowne Elementary, and Riverside Elementary schools. The program is run by Founder and Director Pastor Al Reeves and Mr. Michael Reeves, mentor.
During each Ravens home game of the 2018 regular season, the program will honor the recipients for providing outstanding volunteer service to their communities.
The winning groups will receive tickets to a game, Honor Rows t-shirts for all participants, a pregame on-field visit and in-game recognition on the RavensVision boards. In addition, WBALTV 11, the Ravens’ official broadcast partner, will periodically feature Honor Rows recipients during on-air news segments.
Honorees were selected by a panel of staff from the Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism, Baltimore Ravens, and M&T Bank.