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April 7th – April 13th is National Boys & Girls Club Week, come and “Open the Door and Take the Tour”. National Boys & Girls Club Week was established to help celebrate the services that Clubs bring to communities. You can find out why great futures start Boys & Girls Clubs. Thousands of Clubs across the country have been holding celebrations this week. You can hear from the children and find out how their lives have changed from being a part of the Club. You can visit greatfutures.org and take a virtual tour right on line if you can’t visit your local Club.
See what Boys & Girls Club alumnus Misty Copeland has to say about her experience being a part of the Club and what it’s meant to her.
Misty Copeland spent time at a local Boys & Girls Club in Manhattan on April 3 to help start this event off with a bang! She shared her personal stories about how the activities she herself took part in during her youth helped shape her future.
While your visiting them on the Web checkout ways that you can donate to this organization that gives back to the communities children in so many ways. You can also checkout “100 Ways to Celebrate”. I mean who better than The Boys & Girls Club to offer advice on how to celebrate your kids, your family, and your community. A few of my favorite tips to celebrate are having a jump rope contest or painting a mural with your family. There are also ways to involve the community, too. To find out more about what’s happening at The Boys & Girls Clubs you can also stop by their Facebook page or follow them along on Twitter.
Boys & Girls Clubs are integral parts of any community. Take some time and find out what the Boys & Girls Club are all about today! Find out how you can impact a child’s future.
“I wrote this review while participating in a campaign for Mom Central Consulting on behalf of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. I received a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.”