Tabeling Joins Board of Directors

PTC Youth Services, Inc., is thrilled to announce the addition of Sondra Tabeling as a member of our Board of Directors! A native of Baltimore, Md., Sondra moved to Red Lion, Pa., in 1997 to plant DOVE Community Church, which is now known as The Brook. Sondra joined our board as Treasurer in December 2016.

Sondra works as a bookkeeper for Complete Bookkeeping Services/Altland & Associates in York, where she has been employed for 5 years. She also has extensive experience in church accounting. In the past, she has worked as a legal secretary and medical transcriptionist. In her spare time, she enjoys working in the yard, sewing, bowling, and spending time with her two daughters and grandson.

An attendee and elder of The Brook, Sondra was instrumental in the launching of 18 South Youth Center. She was involved with the renovation process before the facility opened in November 2007 and helped to paint the walls and sew custom curtains. She also devoted many years to volunteering every Thursday and Friday evening, as well as purchasing items needed to restock the snack bar and cleaning supplies.

A graduate of Mercy High School in Baltimore, Sondra’s heart breaks for the hurting youth who frequent 18 South.

“I’ve seen good fruit come out of it…I’ve seen lives changed,” Sondra said. “It’s really cool when they’re sad that they are too old to attend the youth center. It means you’re doing something right.”

If you are interested in filling a seat on PTC Youth’s Board of Directors, please contact our Executive Director, Jessica Cauller, at PTCYouthServices@gmail.com.

 

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18 South Youth Ministries
P.O. Box 472
Red Lion, PA 17356
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717.347.8416

18 South Youth Ministries

18 South Youth Ministries strives to create opportunities for caring, responsible adults with Christian values to build authentic relationships with youth. The nonprofit operates 18 South Youth Center in Red Lion, Pa., which has reached more than 1,000 teens since it opened in November 2007.