Pritchett talked about the impact The First Tee is having on kids locally and across the country. He shared several stories of kids who have improved academically through participation in The First Tee's programs that teach life and character skill values. As Pritchett was speaking to Kiwanis, eight young people were being recognized for academic improvements to the A-B level. One young man who has gone through the program was honored with a local scholarship that makes it possible for his current attendance to Averett University. Pritchett has a vision to increase youth participation in Danville to 200 over the next 12 to 18 months and to build better community awareness about the program. He offered the opportunity for the community to visit the program and to become volunteers and supporters of The First Tee of Danville youth development efforts.
Pritchett excelled in athletics at Dan River High School and Averett University. He is a graduate of Averett U. with a degree in Social Work and Counseling. He is currently completing his certification as coach for First Tee golf and life skills. Pritchett also teaches Anger Management classes for the 22nd District Juvenile Court for Danville Public Schools and provides in-home counseling and parent training through DePaul Family Services to families in Danville and Pittsylvania County.