CLASP honors Teddie Warner for longtime service
CLASP (Claremont After School Programs) has long established itself as an important nonprofit helping elementary school children grow their academic, organizational and social skills. Since 2005, they have grown to help 140 students each year by providing after school homework help and enrichment services three-days a week. Each year CLASP holds a special event to honor the people who have made special contributions.
Teddie Warner, who helped found CLASP, was honored for her many years of dedication and to the children of Claremont. Warner has served as CLASP president, vice president of administration, vice president of development, secretary, and chair of most board committees.
Warner, who knew she was going to be honored Sunday, was clearly overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from the very donors who have supported CLASP over the years. Congratulations for a job(s) well done!