On January 27th through 29th, Made For More, Inc. hosted a Youth Leadership Retreat for 32 Newport News students at Watermarks Camp in Scottsville, Virginia. The theme for the Camp was “Answering the Call” and was designed to equip youth who have demonstrated...read more
Join us for oysters, food, beer and networking.
March 16, 2017
5:30 – 8:00PM
Tradition Brewing Company
On Saturday, November 5, 2016, the Phoebus Robotics Team, the Phantom Mentalists, who have been partnered with Community Knights since the introduction of the GIFT program, competed at the 3rd annual Rumble in the Roads robotics tournament at Menchvhille High School. Over the past year, the Phantom 11-5-16-3Mentalists have earned numerous awards and have achieved their greatest successread more
The Menchville guitar chamber ensemble is composed of 8 young people who range from grades 9 through 12. The group performed at the “State of the City” luncheon held in Newport News. They were able to play for numerous dignitaries such as the Newport News mayor, the...read more
The Phoebus High School Culinary Arts students are going out of this world as a dish they created as part of the HUNCH (High School Students with NASA to Create Hardware) Challenge in 2015 was headed for the International Space Station on April 8th. Their Jamaican...read more
Amira Aduma, a stand out Phoebus High School Girls Track Team member, has been named the Daily Press female track all-star for the 2016 season. All of us at Community Knights are so proud of Ms. Aduma, who started off her indoor season with an injury, but came back...read more
The students and mentors of Phoebus High School’s the Phantom Mentalists, Team 2028 in FIRST Robotics, are gearing up for the 2016 competition kickoff taking place tomorrow, January 9th. At the kickoff, this seasoned group of young engineers will discover the game that they will create a robot to compete in this season. In a build cycle that lasts a mere 6 weeks, the team must design, build, and test their robot.
This Non-Profit works with children and adults who have disabilities and their families. They provide recreational activities and educational opportunities. One of their recent events was a indoor soccer parent vs. kids game to finish off their season. This is just one of the many programs we support with grants from the proceeds from our bingo games.