Arnold Cox attended a rally in Washington D.C. Supporting President Barak Obama .
He was later acknowledged by First Lady Michelle Obama for his support.
“Arnold, You live your life with a focus on purpose. Purpose to change students lives; purpose to offer hope, help and compassion; purpose to teach by example of your own life. Thank you for your many gifts, efforts and wisdom you offer to our staff and students on a daily basis. We are fortunate for the vision and evolution of our program. Thank you for allowing and supporting this to happen. Our students deserve the best.”
“Dear Arnold, I would like to thank you for what I hear was a very impressive diversity training. Both the youth and the chaperones enjoyed themselves. I am only sorry I couldnt be there. Thank you!”
“I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your insight and showing me a new way to look at life. Even though I may get out of control and loose it, you are still there. Thanks! Thanks for all the help and time you’ve provided.”
“Being at the after school program has helped me improve my grades with the time I can spend doing homework, projects, etc. I can get all the help that I need. Thanks to their help, I am a honor roll student. I haven’t gotten anything below a B this year.”
“The program is like a second home. I like it there. I feel well and I also get tons of help.”
“Thank you very much for your services. Randy Jr. has tried to deal with his problem and your service has helped.”
“Arnold not only became my son’s mentor, he also became his friend. He sas taught my son that anything is possible. That is why it is so important to have the programs and services that Arnold offers. Because there are children and parents that will benefit greatly from these services.”
“The program isn’t just fun. It’s a great way to keep from trouble. The older kids do exercises on how to stay away from drugs and to not let peer-pressure get the better of you. We also get to talk about any problems we have. It’s great to know that I can keep from trouble and enjoy myself knowing that I can keep from trouble.”
“The only place I feel safe is in the ADC program because they teach you a lot about drugs and positive things and helping you with homework and other things like that.”