Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward honors Rasir Bolton for charity work

There was a moment of recognition for Gonzaga guard Rasir Bolton at Kraziness in the Kennel on Saturday, celebrating his work in the Spokane community.

Mayor Nadine Woodward presented Bolton with a certificate from the City of Spokane during the festivities.

Bolton grad transferred and joined the Zags out of Iowa State last season. He immediately got to work alongside Rick Clark, the founder of Giving Back Packs – a charitable organization dedicated to providing necessities to the homeless population in Spokane.

Bolton used his ability to earn money through NIL to give back to the community, highlighting one of the many positive outcomes NIL has to offer.

Bolton averaged 11.2 points on 46% shooting from three last season, and he will be a big part of Gonzaga’s rotation this year.

Another year in Spokane is great for Mark Few and the Zags. More importantly, it will help a community of people who desperately need it.

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