New member elected to B.R.A.T. Club Board

Noel Stephen

Noel Stephen

Noel Stephen is a native of Okeechobee and current Undersheriff for the Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office. He has three children Cory, Kodi and Brandy and two grandchildren Brayleigh and Corleigh. He is also running for Okeechobee County Sheriff in 2016.

Stephen’s responsibilities include; assisting with decisions in ways to promote youth activities within Okeechobee County, Florida. Manage activities including the creation of new events for the youth, oversee donations and expenses in relation to the non-profit club.

Stephens will assist other board of directors including; Sheriff Paul May, Commissioner Bryant Culpepper, Judge Jerry Bryant, President Teresa Chandler Bishop, Vice President Allison Chandler, Frank DeCarlo, Matt Buxton and Tamara Kelly in monthly operations of the B.R.A.T. Club, Inc. to enhance the quality of life for the youth of Okeechobee County.

“I’m pleased to be a part of the board for B.R.A.T. Club, Inc. The club has proven to have the youth of our community as their priority. I look forward to joining such a dedicated group who are providing for our number one asset, Our Youth!” said Undersheriff Noel Stephen.

B.R.A.T. Club mission: “To build relationships amongst our youth by providing positive, safe, fun-filled activities in our community.” Vision: To promote and provide activities our community needs for our youth. Values: Respect, confidence, honesty and good morals.

“I am honored to have Undersheriff Mr. Noel Stephen join as a director for the club. His knowledge, expertise and concern for our youth is a true asset and will help the club advance to the next level,” said B.R.A.T. Club President Teresa Chandler Bishop.
For more information on B.R.A.T. Club, Inc. call Teresa Chandler Bishop at 863-801-4496 or visit Like us on Facebook at Okeechobee Teen Dance (BRAT).

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