Abilene's Big Brothers Big Sisters program is moving into bigger accommodations.
College students in Abilene are swamped with busy schedules, but one
student is not letting that stop her from volunteering her time to the
Big Brothers Big Sister program.
"I thought it was gonna be a really good opportunity. I'm looking to kind of get some life skills for children in the future," said Benjamin Glynn.
Tyler Lewis is no stranger to community service, and now he is making an even bigger impact just by investing in a child's life.
"Well spending the four years with Sarah has been the time of my life," says Kandice Rodriguez.
Catalina Gonzales is a fourth grader and like most kids enjoys lunch time, but even more so when she has her Big Sister by her side.
Only a select few are chosen to be part of a unique Big Brothers Big Sisters program, called Pals.
In this week's Brittany's Bigs, we have a Big Brother Little Brother match.
Big Sis Lisa Mertz and Lil Sis Jennifer Addington enjoy being goofy together and are all about having a good time.
Now that school is in session throughout the Big Country, there are over 100 children on the waiting list for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Lunch Buddy Program.
KRBC's Brittany Pelletz highlights a big brother-little brother match this week about what they have both gained from the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.
For those that think they don't have enough time to participate in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, meet this 80-year-old "big" who makes it work.