East Cobb teen holds basketball clinic for special needs kids | #specialneeds | #kids

As he has done for the last four years, Trevor Goldenberg, an East Cobb teenager, took timeout on Election Day to hold a basketball camp for special needs kids.

We profiled him three years ago when he conducted the clinic at Mt. Bethel Christian Academy.

Trevor started the “For Threeee” clinic when he was at Dodgen Middle School. Now, he’s a 16-year-old junior at Walton High School.

His mother Donna sent the following information and photos about the 5th annual “For Threeee” clinic, which was held in conjunction with East Marietta Basketball:

“Participants went through stations with their assigned volunteer and improved their overall skills.They even played some small games with other participants. But most importantly, they had a great time, participants had smiles on their faces and did not want to leave. Thanks to East Marietta Basketball and East Lake Chick-Fil-A for sponsoring this fantastic event.”

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