Motivational speaker visits Young Gentlemen’s Club

Back Row: Raymo Farrare from Lost Kingz, Darnell Matthews Jr., Zione Todd-Wilkins, and Mr. Pinder, 3rd - 5th grade School Counselor. Front Row: Emmanuel Fletcher, Kamari Major, Jayden Nichols, Daniel Tyler, Derek Conaway, Jamie Peters Jr., and Alex Morales

Back Row: Raymo Farrare from Lost Kingz, Darnell Matthews Jr., Zione Todd-Wilkins, and Mr. Pinder, 3rd – 5th grade School Counselor. Front Row: Emmanuel Fletcher, Kamari Major, Jayden Nichols, Daniel Tyler, Derek Conaway, Jamie Peters Jr., and Alex Morales

CAMBRIDGE — Motivational speaker and founder of the Lost Kingz nonprofit organization, Raymo Farrare, visited the Sandy Hill Elementary School’s Young Gentlemen’s Club recently to share his wisdom with the young members.

The Lost Kingz organization teaches young men how to overcome obstacles in their life, particularly how to be successful without a father in their lives. Mr. Farrare stressed the importance of students living outside of society’s traditional labels placed upon them and soaring to their greatest potential.

Mr. Farrare also gave practical examples of how young boys can use local resources to overcome some of their frustrations. Each student received a Lost Kingz t-shirt, pizza, and drinks.

Sandy Hill Elementary thanks Mr. Farrare and the Lost Kingz organization for coming out to inspire our young gentlemen.

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