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Boys & Girls Clubs Honored at National Conference

  05/13/2016

New Orleans, LA – Angelina Cacioppo, Michelle Edwards, Elise Bulger, and Jennifer Weiss (left to right) of Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County received the prestigious Merit Award for Overall Program Excellence from Dr. Damon Williams (far left), Senior Vice President, Chief Educational and Youth Development Officer from Boys & Girls Clubs of America. The award was recently presented during Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s 110th National Conference in New Orleans and is…



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Youth of the Year 2016 Sponsorship Opportunites

  03/30/2016



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Boys & Girls Club opening up countless possibilities in Sonoma County (Press Democrat)

  02/02/2016

Four years ago, when Alondra Huerta was 8, she began attending after-school programs at the Boys & Girls Club on the campus of her school, Roseland Elementary. “Alondra was very shy and withdrawn when she first came here,” said Rebecca Matlick, an area director for the organization. “Her parents don’t speak English, so in those formative years, when she was learning to read and write in English, they couldn’t help her. But she found help…



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