Former Rogers High School standout Levi Horn stopped by SWX to talk about The Natve Project.
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Former Rogers High School 4A First-Team All-State tight end and All-American at the University of Montana Levi Horn stopped by the Fasteners Sports Studio to talk about The Native Project and how you can get involved.
You can help support the cause by buying a $50 ticket to play in the Native Project Poker Tournament, donate items for a silent auction or make a monetary donation to The Native Project. Any amount is appreciated and is tax deductible. By helping in these ways you will be supporting the Indians Youth Summer Program and the Community Wellness Program.
The Indian Youth Summer Program is an annual five-week program that helps elementary and junior high students to help alleviate the high school dropout rate.The Community Wellness Program runs through the school year and helps Native families create an environment of physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional wellness.
For more information contact Horn or Makayla Desjarlais at (509) 483-7535.
You can drop off a donation, buy a ticket or make a donations at this address: