Roderick Curengton, Super 1 Foods store director, left, visits with Elasha Williams of Full Circle 360. Special to The Commercial


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Full Circle 360, a non-profit organization, recently received a gift card donation from Brookshire Grocery Co., which operates Super 1 stores in the Pine Bluff area.


Full Circle thanks the company for the donation to the S.A.F.E.T.Y. (Saving Adolescent Females Empowering Today’s Youth) Program, according to a news release.


Their support is already making an impact in the community, a spokesman said. Since receiving the contribution in late January, it has provided breakfast and snacks for families in need, provided after-school healthy snacks and meals for more than 40 youth, and enabled Full Circle to partner with two local churches to share in community service projects, according to the release.


“And youth learned how to make pecan cheese cake and this is just the beginning. Again, thank you Brookshire Grocery Company for helping strengthen us to do our part of the good for the youth of the city of Pine Bluff and surrounding areas,” a spokesman said.


Full Circle is located at 3400 W. 34th Ave. The SAFETY Program is for girls 12 to 17 years old. The Boys to Men program is for boys 10-17 years old. Registration both the youth programs will be held March 14.


Details: 870-395-7440 or 870-395-7442.