On December 1 & 2 the Club will be open for extended hours (at a cost of $15/day per child) to accommodate the early dismissal from school (half days).  The Club members will be bused to the Club from their schools as usual, and we will remain open until our normal 6:30 time.  Payment is due up front – no exceptions.  The deadline to register is Wednesday, Nov. 30.  For lunch on these days, pizza will be available for $1.25/slice – if interested, please indicate that on the sign-up sheet and send your child with money on those days.  Snack Shack items will also be available for purchase, or you may send your child with a bag lunch.

On December 27, 28, & 29 the Club will be open from 8 AM – 6 PM at a cost of $15/day per child.  Payment is due up front.  The deadline to register is Dec. 16 – The Club NEEDS A MINIMUM OF 15 MEMBERS SIGNED UP & PAID BY THIS DATE OR WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO STAY OPEN FOR THESE DAYS.  If we don’t have enough registrants, anyone signed up will be notified on Dec. 19 so they can make alternate arrangements & will receive a refund.  For lunch on these days, the same circumstances as the half days apply (see above).

To register your child(ren) for any of these days mentioned, see the sign-up sheets at the front desk during normal Club hours.

* Please note: The Club is CLOSED Dec. 23, 26, 30, & Jan. 2 (these are school holidays and all facilities, including the W.T. Hoag building, will be closed).


The Club will be selling holiday wreaths and poinsettias to help raise money for the organization.  If you are interested in purchasing one of these lovely items, please see the attached order forms below.  Also, be sure to examine the attached photos (wreath samples link) that showcase the nice variety offered for this beautiful decor!  Completed orders are due to the Club by the end of the day today.




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Attached is the Club’s bi-weekly flyer listing all of the important Club reminders, dates, upcoming events, and daily program activities.  You can also receive a hard copy at the front desk.  Thank you for taking the time to check out all of the Club’s current and future happenings!



Don’t forget, the Club will be hosting its annual autumn meat raffle fundraiser on Saturday, November 19th.  Check out the details below.  Hope to see you there!


Totally 80’s New Year’s Eve Bash to Benefit the Club!

Tired of the same old New Year’s Eve celebrations?  Then consider joining us for a rockin’ good time!

When: New Year’s Eve, 8 PM – 1 AM
Where: Evans Center Fire Hall
Who: Anyone 21 and up!
Price: $25 a person/ $40 a couple (tickets sold at the door)
Prizes for Best Costumes!!!

First drink is on the house, cash bar thereafter. Free snacks and great music (with DJ) are included. This event is sure to be a blast, so ring in the new year with some great people for a great cause, you’ll be glad you did!

Contact Jeff Connors (926-2218) for more information.

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CLUB PARENTS – this is another opportunity to reclaim your volunteer fee and fulfill your annual requirement!

The Club is seeking volunteers for our upcoming Meat Raffle to be held on Saturday, November 19th from 6:00 to 9:00 PM at the Evans Center Fire Hall.  The Club is still in need of volunteers at the event to help sell raffle tickets by walking the room collecting money.  If interested, please sign up at the front desk, or contact Justin (Unit Director) at 926-2119.

We are also still seeking items/baskets for our Chinese auction to be held at the event.  If you are interested in donating, please contact Lynn at 341-9853.  The Club will provide you with a thank you letter acknowledging the donation for tax purposes.  Please consider helping – your donation will go a long way!



On Tuesday, as adults throughout the nation headed out to the polls, the members of the Boys & Girls Club also got to cast their votes in the first-ever Presidential Election held at the Club!  Members partook in a blind election to help them remove bias from their selection and to understand and appreciate how to make an informed decision.  Each member that participated completed a questionnaire made up of 10 topics/issues related to the election.  The kids then evaluated which candidate each of their answers aligned with (Candidate A or B).  By the end, the kids were able to vote for a candidate by tallying the issues to see which one they agreed with more overall.  The kids did not find out who they actually voted for until the identities of Candidate A and B were revealed on Wednesday. The results of our election were shared with them as well, along with where the majority of the Club voters stood on each individual issue.  At the end of the day, the kids did a fantastic job and really got a kick out of the entire experience, while also being enlightened by the importance of voting in our country!