Donation makes a difference

Two Rayne natives, Brian and Byron Mouton, made a difference recently when a special donation was made.

Brian, Senior Division Manger with RJ Reynolds Tobacco, made a $1,000 donation to his brother, Byron Mouton, to be used for his nonprofit organization, 6th Man Warriors.

The program is committed to high-level skill development for dedicated young student-athletes.

Byron’s goal is to teach the fundamentals of basketball, while grooming players off the court. 6th Man Warriors is dedicated to helping kids become better students, stronger athletes and outstanding human beings overall.

6th Man Warriors is one of the premier programs in the Washington, D.C. metro area hosting basketball tournaments, leagues and clinics throughout the year.

In addition to their top notch basketball, 6th Man Warriors operates a mentoring program designed to teach life skills through the game of basketball, enhance leadership qualities and encourage community service. Visit go6thman.com for more program information.

Brian and Byron are 1996 Rayne High School honor graduates and were also members of the RHS 1995 State Championship Basketball Team.

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