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Boys and Girls Club of Glasgow-Barren County - 100 Cheatham St., Glasgow KY - 270-629-3871
The Boys and Girls Club of Glasgow-Barren County offers a fun, safe place to grow and learn; a place filled with a variety of age appropriate programs, a full schedule of activities and numerous opportunities! The Club provides diversified activities that meet the interests of all young people through 5 core programs: Character and Leaderships Development, Education and Career Development, Health and Life Skills, The Arts and Sports, Fitness and Recreation. These programs help members with homework, encourage their involvement within our community, expose them ti a variety of sports and promote new interest in various hobbies.
Boys & Girls Club of Franklin-Simpson - 103 S Court St., Franklin KY - 270-586-6082
The Boys & Girls Club of Franklin-Simpson is just one of 4,000 Boys & Girls Clubs across America. We are a group of organizations, all here for the same reason; to provide a fun, educational, safe place for children to go to reach their full potential. Here at the BGC of Franklin-Simpson, our children are dropped off from the buses right at our front door after school and we are open during school breaks and summer. We keep children off the streets and involved in activities that teach them how to succeed. Great futures start here each and every day!
Tom Browning Boys & Girls Club - 241 Maple Leaf Road, Maysville KY - 606-564-3093
The Tom Browning Boys & Girls Club is a non-profit youth development organization dedicated to promoting health, physical, social, educational, vocational, cultural, character and leadership development. To inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantage circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. The Tom Browning Boys & Girls Club will be a leading provider of programs emphasizing youth development services to meet the needs of young people ages 5-15. We serve children ages 5-15, offering a tutoring program through the Mason County School System and St. Patrick’s School.
Harlan County Boys and Girls Club - 1 Positive Place, Harlan KY - 606-573-0960
Nearly 15 years ago, a group of concerned citizens- led by Tony & Tommie Saragas- joined together to form Harlan County Youth Sports, an organization devoted to providing positive sports leagues and activities to the children of Harlan County. It didn't take long for this group to realize that the children of our area needed much more than sports. They needed the opportunities that only a Boys & Girls Club could provide and in April 2003, the Harlan County Boys and Girls Club opened its first dedicated youth facility- The Cawood Ledford Boys & Girls Club- located at the former Loyall Elementary School. In January 2005, the Club moved into a storefront facility in downtown Harlan and launched a massive capital campaign to raise funds to build a new facility. Led by architect Dwyne Wilkerson and trustees Rick Fox and Don Parsons, construction began on a new, permanent facility in June 2006. In August 2007, the newly constructed Cawood Ledford facility opened in the Fairview section of Harlan. Named for Kentucky's legendary sports announcer, the Cawood Ledford Club is tailor-made for our members and offers a large game room, an arts and crafts room, a technology lab, a fitness room, an education lab, kitchen and administrative offices. Scores of children, from both county and city schools, take part in the life-changing programs offered in this facility each day.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati - Marge Schott-Unnewehr Club - 30 W. 26th Street, Covington KY - 859-431-5346
Since 1939, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati has been changing lives and building great futures for kids who need a safe and positive place to spend the most vulnerable times of the day-immediately after school and at night, when supervision is often lacking and temptations are great. Our doors are open to the community’s youth, who are invited in to enrich their lives with Club membership, exceptional staff and volunteers, high-quality services and innovative programs, all at no cost. Every day, all of our kids do the things in this “home away from home” that will ultimately make a difference in their lives. They do their homework, and when they need help, we help them learn, grow and move forward with determination toward high school graduation and a plan for the future. They sit down together for a hot, nutritious meal, and learn about what to eat, how to cook and what to do to keep themselves healthy and fit for life. They serve each other in the Clubs and others in the community as they nurture the value of giving back. We are rightfully proud of our tradition and constantly work to build better, stronger homes in the Clubs so our kids can grow even brighter futures for themselves and for all of us. Because of our mission, history and vision for the future, BGCGC has become one of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s strongest and most beloved youth service organizations. This is what we do, and this is who we are. Great futures start here.