Joshua Dorsette, executive director of The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club, shepherds a couple of youngsters toward their group’s activity. “He’s just like the father of a very large family,” one mother says.
It’s a little after 6 p.m. on a Tuesday, and the “thwhack, thwhack” of basketballs against backboards and floorboards echoes from the open doors of the gym at The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club in Durham, North Carolina .
Executive Director Joshua Dorsette’s head is under the hood of a staff member’s car, repairing the trouble that won’t let her drive home.
As he pulls out the shiny broken headlamp, a passerby asks, “Do you know how to do everything, Mr. Dorsette?”
“A little,” the 32-year-old allows.
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