For just cbp5 a year, kids find a fun and safe place to build:
- academic success
- healthy lifestyles
- good character and citizenship
We couldn’t do it without you.
ALL EXISTING AND NEW CLUB YOUTH!
Our mission: Inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
Our priorities: Help youth achieve academic success, adopt healthy lifestyles and develop good character and citizenship.
Our plan: Provide a safe and engaging place where youth develop positive relationships with caring adults and peers.
Register now, 2016 Golf Registration Form, for the 12th Annual Bob Lowth Ford 2-person Golf Championship, Aug. 22, at the Bemidji Town & Country Club.
If you join as an event sponsor before July 15 at the Ace or Eagle levels, your business will be included in the event’s TV and radio spots. Learn more about sponsorships, 2016 Golf sponsorships.
Summer hours at the Club start June 8 when the Club will be open from 12:30-5:30 p.m. Lunch will be served daily.
Several key Club positions will be filled this spring. Interested candidates should contact Karl Mork, firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Everything about the Boys and Girls Club is good. It’s good people taking care of young people. It’s a blessing.”
-Ed Nynas, board member
“All the places to go and things to do – makes it good. And you can play with your friends because they come here, too.”
-Jameson, 4th grade
“I like visiting with Josh and Shelby – they’re fun and good listeners. It’s a good place to be to help stay away from bad things.”
-Jewel, 10th grade
I come every day. I like the gym – basketball, jump roping and four square. I read with Josh. He reads some and I read some.
-Jared, 1st grade
You can play a whole bunch of games in the games room – I usually play a game with my friends.
-Kylie, 2nd grade
My three kids love the Club because it’s a fun place to hang out, a place where they feel safe and accepted.
-Crystal, Club parent
My son has grown tremendously at the Club. He’s gained self-confidence and teamwork skills while learning the value of giving back to the community.
-Chanel, Club mom