February 16, 2023

Students Volunteer at “Night to Shine”

Several high school students, including Audrey Fransen, Sophie Fransen, Zoe Brashier and Carissa Simcik, volunteered on February 10 with the Tim Tebow Foundation’s “Night to Shine” at Houston’s First Baptist Church.

Participants had the following to say about this special event:

“This is my second year participating in Night to Shine. I love seeing my buddy smile.” – Sophie Fransen

“This was my first time volunteering for this event. I enjoyed dancing with all of the guests and seeing them enjoy their evening.” – Zoe Brashier

“The highlight of my night was dancing with my buddy, Macy.” – Carissa Simcik

“This is a wonderful event for students as well as their parents to be a part of.” – Stacey Fransen

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