IN THE COMMUNITY
Bobby and Tiffany Lee are recipients of the Arlington County All Access Award.
Since opening the doors in Arlington, Virginia, almost 10 years ago,(after being in DC for nearly 25 years), Mister Days has been extremely active members of the Arlington Community.
We have started a number of community enriching programs. "Send a Kid to Camp" and "Feed The Families" are just two examples of the successful programs we have started and grown over the years.
In addition to our originally developed programs, we also work closely with other local organizations, such as The Arlington County Police Department, The Clarendon House, and most recently, The Marymount University- providing a $10,000 scholarship
Pictured: Reygil Rafols, Mister Days Scholarship Recipient
From Arlington Unwired
By Kristen Loschert:
...Bobby Lee and his daughter Tiffany Lee, owners of Mister Days Sport Rock Cafe in Arlington, Virginia, understand that sentiment. In fact, the Lees' company recently donated $10,000 to Marymount to create a scholarship for students who live in Arlington County and/or graduated from a public or private high school in Arlington.
For The Lees company already sponsors seven different community outreach programs, primarily for high school students. This time they wanted to help those students when they move on to the next level.
"This scholarship is for the student who really wants an education, someone who may be going to night school and working during the day in order to afford the tuition. We want to help kids who have financial need and are willing to work to achieve their goals."
The criteria for the Mister Days Scholarship stipulate that recipients must contribute at least 10 percent of their tuition from family resources or loans, and must work part-time to show that they are invested in their education. Ultimately, The Lees hope to continue and expand the scholarships, as well as their other programs.