Connor’s two and a half years at Boys Ranch have taught him how to work through his emotions and look at certain circumstances in a new way.
Connor said he’ll miss his house parents, coaches and especially his friends. Some of Connor most fond memories will always be the campfires he shared with friends at Boys Ranch.
This summer, Connor reunites with his family in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where hopes to see himself playing professional baseball in the next 10 years.
As Boys Ranch graduate Connor leaves our supportive community to embark on the next chapter in his life, we hope you’ll consider giving today to help young people at Boys Ranch prepare for independent life! With your help, boys and girls at Boys Ranch are learning important life skills that will give them chance to pursue a college education, begin trade school or start a successful career once they leave our care!