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Introducing the Great Boys & Girls Clubs School Supply Challenge!


We are excited to introduce THE GREAT BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS BACK TO SCHOOL CHALLENGE, a competition between Sonoma County businesses to collect supplies for our Club members to use during the school year. During the month of August, businesses will compete to see who can collect the most supplies for our Clubs and to win the first ever Supply Cup. Don't have a business but would still like to contribute by donating school supplies…

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New Clubs Opening in Bennett Valley


We are excited to announce that we will be opening two new Clubs this fall in partnership with the Bennett Valley School District on the campuses of Yulupa and Strawberry Elementary Schools. After school programs will include homework help and programs in the areas of the Arts, Character & Leadership, Health & Life Skills, Academic Success and Sports. Specialty programs will also be offered, including iPad animation, digital photography and journalism. Programs will be offered to students…

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Excellence Honored (Press Democrat)


From Alberto Mariscal nailed straight A's this year in sixth grade at Roseland Elementary School, and he gives the on-campus Boys & Girls Club plenty of credit. “We get to do our homework,” said Mariscal, 11, explaining the after-school program's unique motivator. “Once we're done, we get to go outside.” Mariscal, whose family speaks Spanish at home, said he worked on his English reading skills and played soccer and dodgeball against teams from Boys…

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