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Boys Girls Club Week is coming ,and we re opening our doors to. show our communities how Great,Futures begin at Boys Girls Clubs . Stop in your local Club for a tour , Thank you to all our wonderful donors for supporting the Clubs Annual GREAT FUTURES Campaign. Important Club Dates for Black Hills Youth Your financial commitment helps us to continue to welcome and inspire more and. Youth of the Year more youth who need and depend on our Clubs each day Thank you for changing our communities for. Feb 29 March 1 2016 the better one child at a time . Boys Girls Club Week, Jeremiah Milbank Society National Recognition Society 10 000 . March 7 11 2016, John Dusty Pence Jim Neiman,Hot Springs Great Futures. Breakfast Legacy Investor 2 000 , March 6 2016 Barbara Trumbull Justin Cutler Ron Karen Everett. Hill City Easter Egg Hunt, Jeannie Pavich Massa Dental Rushmore Forest Products. March 24 2016, Club Prep Preschool Graduation Blue Door Society Member 1000 1999 . May 19 2016 Greg Nepstad Virginia Clark Lotus Up Expresso The Little White Church. Staff Training All Clubs closed James Margaret Cowan Madame Peacock s Walter Christine Schirber. May 23 27 2016 Julia Laurenti Spearfish Forest Products. Summer Program Begins,May 31 2016 BE COMMITTED 500 999 . Day for Kids Amy Oksa Justin O Neill Mike Erica Welu. September 17 2016 Bob JoAnna Warder Kevin Wolfe Ron Simpson. Youth Spotlight Chuck Phyllis Landon Lisa Sagdalen Susan Haden. Dave Betsy Lyons Laurie Jeff Tarrell Tracy Island. Dr Robert Darla Houser Lyle Sonnenschein Tucker Day Rodeo. BE GREAT 1 499 , AG Trucano Son Grandson Dena Sheets Linda Scott. Alison Stoeckmann Dennis Margaret Lindskov Lions Club of Hot Springs. Alayna Club Member Dick Ashley Lynada Spencer, Andrea Everett Diane Dan Staeffler Mallory Hook. Anne Rogers Jamie Popejoy Doy Ousley Marian Johnson. Attorneys at Law Rapid City Dwayne Mary Kay Breyer Mark Kristol McKie. How long have you been Barbara Mueller Episcopal Church Women Dwd Maria Herbert. coming to the Club I ve been Barbara James Miller Evergreen Garden Club Marcia Mitchell. coming to the Club since March Beth Spitzer Franky Jean Craft Marlo Debra Heupel. 2010 so almost 6 years Bernie Reausaw Gerald Martyann Apa Mary Steven Ommen. Bob Jenny Mentosh Gerving Construction Maurice Paula Haugland. What is something the Club has, Bonnie W King Glorianne M Davis McColley s Chapel of the Hills. taught you The Club has taught, Brian Judy Thies Helena Club Member Michael Ortner. me to be selfless and to give back Bree Oatman Hill City Dental Clinic Mikahala Ferguson. respect other people and to be Bruce Sandy Jordan Hill City Regional Clinic Mike Brett Runge. kind to others Casey Rachelle Elshere Hot Springs Catholic Daughters Mike Lesta Turchen. What is your favorite thing to do Carmen Null Hot Springs Chamber of CommerceMike Sarah Hanson. at the Club I like helping Mr Tim Central Auto Body Sam Pierce Hot Springs Rotary Club Mike Trucanco. Hot Springs Club Professional Central Hills Real Estate Hot Springs Shakespeare Club Mim Hoff. Staff with the Power Hour Chad Carmen Ronish Holli Jeff Edwards Mustang Sally s. Homework Help Program I really Charles Karen Carlson Jami Ferguson Nick Jenn Bennett. like helping the Kindergarteners Charles Janis Borstad Jean Welborn Owen Carol Wiederhold. and 1st graders with their reading Coffee Cup Fuel Stop Jeff Amy Symstad Peri and Jay Knabel. and math I always like to stay after Comfort Inn Suites Dwd Jessica and Aaron Noteboom Philip Berggren. homework help is done to make Curtis Brianna Tyler Jim Pat Derby Pine Hills Retirement Comm . sure all the pencils are sharpened Cynthia Bob McNeill Dr Joan Irwin Ralph Sandy Kruse. and the classroom is cleaned up Darwin Gwendolyn Schroeder John Kay Raderschadt Randy Sonia Sieg. for the next day David Julie Gray John Robison Rick Joanann Goeringer. Dave Laura Batchelor Keersten Simmons Rick Mary Siemonsma. What do you want to do when Dave Mary Larson Keene Realtors Inc Richards Richards Lawyers. you grow up I want to be a David Wynne Cockrum Kevin Faunille Cummings Richard Stefanie Nelson. police officer and protect people Deadwood Dicks Saloon Kierstin Webster Rob Melanie Timm. What do you love about the Deadwood Super 8 Larry Kathy Vetterman Ron Teah Pray. Club The Club has given me a Deb Dave Vardiman Laura Tarrell Sandra Tom Fran. safe place to go grow and help Deb Fegueroa Tim Davis Leavitt Heartland Insurance Shepherd of the Hills. other kids find their place Deloris Waddington Linda Pierce Lutheran Women. BE GREAT 1 499 Continued Volunteer of the Year, Sharon Nash Tera and Ty McGuire Wally Matush Jamie Gilcrease Heupel. Sonny s SuperFoods Terry Robert Meissner Wells Fargo Lead Branch. Jamie is the, Steve Carla Simunek Thrifty White Drug Pharmacy Wendy Bobbe. owner of Lotus, Steve Hallingstad Tracy John Wiebe Whispering Winds Cottages . Up Espresso ,S P Properties Trent Nicki Johnson Campsites. Deli in Lead and, St John s Episcopal Church TRL Properties Wilbur Raye Jeanne Blundell. for two years has, Stephen Butsko Veronica Prautzsch William Thomasetta Kuhl. played a vital part, Susan Schnase Vernon Tiffany Howe Wolff s Plumbing Heating Inc. on BGCLD s RD,Suzette Wasvick Vowac Publishing Company. Committee She has helped raise, Partners for the Future contributions of 500 or more for a three year period over 40 000 and shares her. passion with Club youth Thank, Black Hills Ladies Auxiliary Krulls Market Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran. you Jamie for sharing your time, Black Hills VFW Lead Deadwood Ministerial Assn Church. and talents with the Club Learn, CAI Construction Lead Deadwood Regional Hospital State Farm Insurance Bill Graves. more about Jamie s inspiring, Dakota Stone Lodge at Deadwood St Anthony s Church. story and other amazing, Deadwood Connections Nelson s Oil Gas St John s Lutheran Church. volunteers like her at our Blue, First Interstate Bank Hill City Rushmore Cave Twin City Hardware. Door Celebration on January 21 ,EMH Consulting Scheels Quality Inn Hill City. Hills Materials Sentinel Federal Credit Union Wharf Resources USA Inc Club Moments that You. Special Event Sponsors Helped Make Happen, Ace Hardware First Interstate Bank Hot Springs Pete Stach. All Season s Printing First Interstate Bank Lead Pine Hills Retirement Community. Bank of the West First National Bank ProBuild, Black Hills Community Bank Golden West Telecommunications Quinn Construction. Black Hills Federal Credit Union Hills Construction Rushmore Forest Products. Black Hills Power Hot Springs Elks Lodge 1751 Saloon No 10. Blue Bird Mesa Lead Deadwood Kiwanis Club Scull Construction. Cabela s Lynn s Dakotamart Hot Springs Southern Hills Title. Cascade Chiropractic Lynn s Dakotamart Lead Spitzer Construction. Celebrity Hotel Meyer Dana Orthodontics State Farm Bill Graves. Climb Hot Springs Modern Woodman of America Steven s Plumbing Foster giving in youth. City of Hill City Mount Rushmore KOA Resort The Lodge at Deadwood. Comfort Inn Suites Northern Hills Dental The Lodge at Palmer Gulch. Deadwood Eyecare Nelson s Oil Gas Thrifty White Drug Pharmacy. Deadwood Elks Lodge 508 O Neill Law Office T R Commodities. EMH Consulting,In Kind Support,1880 Train Family Dollar Pete Stach. A J Sternhagen Family of Mary Losch Rabbit Bicycle. Anne Rogers First National Bank Raye Jeanne Blundell. Barbara Morson Gwen Hess Rachelle Casey Elshere Teaching kids to believe. Bauernfeind Family Handbag Store Reinhart Foods, Bethesda Lutheran Church Handley Recreation Center Robin Larson. BH Institute of Geological Research Hot Springs American Legion Rushmore Forest Products. Bountiful Baskets Jessica Noteboom Rushmore Mountain Sports. Brian Spitzer Joan Irwin Samantha Burleson Family,Bunce Family John Dusty Pence Shane Fugier. Carla Krueger John Robison Shari Williams, Carmen Martinez Keersten Simmons Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran. Chapter Y PEO Kevin Wehner Church, Cheri Chavez Krull s Market Spring Burks Open doors at 3 pm. Chubby Chipmunk Laura Dustin Floyd Stachia Walker, Cliff Littau Lead Deadwood Arts Center St Patrick s Church. Connie Detlev Prautzsch Lead Deadwood Regional Hospital Susan Haden. Dakota Stone Lisa Sagdalen The Homestake Chophouse. Darla Auld Lotus Up Espresso The Vault, Davis Family Lynn s Dakotamart Hot Springs Thrifty White Drug Pharmacy. Deadwood Comfort Inn Lynn s Dakotamart Lead Tim Cheryl Theusch. Deadwood Mountain Grand Marian Johnson Tim Michelle Ediger. Deadwood Recreation Center Mary Goulet Tom Melissa Campbell. Deb Fegueroa Micole Davis Tonya Weisbeck, Destiny Derby Nikki Williamson Veronica Prautzsch Inspire creativity. Stay Connected ,Donna Cotton Naked Winery Wally Matush. Ed Carol Harvey Natasha Fuller Western Lifestyles Photography. Erica Welu Peri Knabel Wharf Resources, Thank you for your investment in the youth of our communities Please accept our sincere apologizes if we. have accidentally omitted your name We greatly appreciate your continued support and the powerful impact. you have on our members , Grant Support Yields Active Awesome Summer in. Lead Deadwood, This summer Lead Deadwood youth nourished their bodies and minds with exciting new. experiences thanks to tremendous support from the Wellmark Foundation Deadwood. Elks Lodge 508 Tomahawk Country Club the PGA and the Rocky Mountain Elk. Foundation Twice a week youth headed to Tomahawk for golf instruction with PGA. professionals archery lessons with certified staff and a nutritious lunch provided by Lead . Deadwood Regional Hospital The Elks Tomahawk and the Lead High School women s. golf team all provided additional mentoring and instruction yielding a positive and well . supported outcome for our kids Most kids tried both sports for the first time and two of. our middle school students have made the high school golf team for this season We re. so proud It takes a village to get a program like this coordinated and our village came. through in a big way We can t wait to get back out there next summer and see what our. youth accomplish ,Hill City Rocked Summer Vacation. Summer has a sneaky way of flying by From seeing Birds of Prey to swim lessons to a field trip to. see Shrek the Musical at Black Hills Playhouse Hill City Club kids were given access to engaging. activities to continue the learning process throughout the summer months . In addition to the Club s regular programming with Mindworks hands on science kits C A T Clubs. Against Tobacco Project Learn Smart Moves and Triple Play the Club added some new summer. programs Summer 2015 teed off with youth golf lessons at the Hart Ranch Golf Course for 28 kids . ages from 7 to 13 years old The Club was excited to have partnered with the Professional Golfers . Association of America PGA and Hart Ranch s Assistant Professional Dustin Lecy to introduce. Black Hills youth to the game of golf This continued partnership will continue to help youth build. character develop healthy lifestyles and learn the game of golf Club members were also able to. participate in a swimming grant that enabled us to provide access and transportation to weekly free. swimming lesson at the YMCA in Rapid City for 64 Club members . In addition to golf and swimming lessons Club kids also participated in a Mindworks Land of the. Lost programs that is part of the Boys Girls Club s effort to bridge the learning gap during summer. vacation Throughout the summer members studied a variety of lost civilizations artifacts and. historically significant information Youth researched designed and executed plans for creating a. museum exhibit which contains displays made from different mediums with focus on different. topics , We also spent a lot of time outside which included biking at least once a week a program that was. enhanced by receiving a grant from Trips for Kids We had an awesome summer and are looking. forward to these programs again ,Adventures at Wind Cave. The summer of 2015 was adventurous for the Boys Girls Club of Hot Springs Golfing biking and swimming are a few of the weekly. activities our members engaged in The highlight of the summer was discovering Wind Cave National Park on our weekly field trips . The Park offered Boys Girls Club members a variety of wonderful. opportunities to learn about the natural resources of the Wine Cave . Each week Club members explored the park by participating in. Ranger guided hikes cave tours and enjoying their campfire. program which provides interesting information about many different. aspects of the park , The weekly program was facilitated by two GS 5 park rangers and. consisted of various subjects including a forest safari hydrology . weather prairie ecology fire ecology tricks of the trade settlers . cave explorers and history geology and nocturnal nature This. program was designed by Wind Cave staff to help area youth learn. about the park and the forces of nature which formed it the value of. stewardship and how to safely recreate in the natural world The. program culminated with a graduation ceremony for our Club. members There each participating member received a certificate of. completion as well as a mileage counter for the miles they hiked over. the course of the summer This was a GREAT opportunity and we. thank Wind Cave National Park and its staff for the awesome. experience , , To see more photos of the exciting things taking place at our Clubs follow us on. Boys Girls Club Awarded Nationally for Serving More. Members More Often, Boys Girls Clubs of the Black Hills was honored to receive the Gateway to Impact Award in recognition of serving more members . more often at the October 2015 Midwest Leadership Conference in Chicago Illinois Each year Boys Girls Clubs of America present. the Gateway to Impact Awards to organizations with noteworthy increases in Average Daily Attendance ADA and capacity utilization in. the previous year The Awards celebrate Clubs contributions to the mission and comprehensive strategy to drive ADA increase. frequency of attendance and expand tenure of Club members . Regular attendance which is a key component of the Formula of. Impact helps to ensure the greatest outcomes for youth Our Clubs. continue to significantly improve the Black Hills communities that we. serve With the generous support of great friends like you our Clubs. are able to open our doors for more youth than ever before By. reaching out to youth and, engaging them on a frequent basis at the. Clubs we offer regular access to essential, programs and services As a result young. people with higher levels of participation, demonstrate greater positive outcomes . That s why we re working together as a, Movement to encourage members of all. ages to attend their Club more often , participate more deeply and remain. involved as they make the transition from, childhood to adulthood . BGCBH received the Gateway to Impact Award from Fred Paulke Thank you again for opening doors for Club Staff pose for a selfie. Midwest Regional Vice President youth in our communities by supporting with John Miller National. Left Anne Rogers Lead Deadwood Unit Director Lisa Sagdalen your local Boys Girls Club because of VP Organizational and. Executive Director Fred Paulke Midwest Regional Vice President . you we are able to serve more youth Development Services. Veronica Prautzsch Hill City Unit Director, more often . Trips for Kids gearing up for Great Futures, Boys Girls Clubs of the Black Hills is excited to announce our new Club program . Trips for Kids of the Black Hills This new and engaging bike program initiative. encourages and enables young people to get up and get active by simply riding a bike . Trips for Kids provides fun filled daylong and afterschool mountain bike outings for our. Club members across the Black Hills The mission is to use bicycles as a vehicle for. lessons in confidence building achievement health fitness and environmental. awareness through the development of practical skills and the simple act of having fun . The trips are led by Club staff who with the help of our dedicated adult volunteers teach. local youth basic mountain biking skills promote healthy living and environmental. stewardship Club staff use the outdoors as classroom as they incorporate lessons on. local ecology and natural history In addition to learning bike handling techniques and. rules of the road the program fosters vibrant and inclusive opportunities by going on. field trips learning bike mechanic skills and discussing how to live healthy lifestyles . This past summer local youth explored the beautiful Black Hills while they rode on some. of the area s premiere trails such as the 114 mile Mickelson Trail Spearfish canyon. Byway and Hot Springs Freedom Trail Club youth also completed the Gear up for Great. Futures 100 mile challenge and celebrated with a party at the end of the summer Trips. for Kids provides the bikes helmets water bottles bags and technical expertise to. safely facilitate a fun filled day on a bike , Trips for Kids of the Black Hills got off the ground this summer with its mission to share Photo by Western. the thrill and healthy challenge of mountain biking with local kids who might otherwise Lifestyles Photography. not have a chance to experience it The Club was awarded a grant to start a Trips for. Kids chapter and received 15 mountain bikes and 30 helmets to spearhead this. program We would like to thank Rabbit Bicycle and Rushmore Mountain Sports for Trips for kids of the Black Hills hosted IMBA s. assembling our Raleigh bikes We appreciate your support to our Clubs and youth we national Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day . serve event on October 2 2015 for all community, members and kids to explore the Black Hills . The Clubs are always looking for outgoing and enthusiastic cyclists who enjoy sharing beauty and trails . their passion with youth to join our rides To volunteer or to donate a bike contact your Thank you to all the volunteers for sharing your. passion for Mountain Biking with our kids ,local Club for more information . Great Futures Newsletter Winter 2016, Summer Camp for Club Prep Preschool Club Prep Preschool Now Enrolling. School may be out but learning doesn t take a vacation At Club Prep Preschool we are dedicated to providing the most. Summer Camp will begin on May 31 2016 for children ages effective early childhood education by combining engaging. 3 6 years old and the Club invites you to experience all the curriculum while encouraging our students to explore discover . benefits Club Prep has to offer imagine and learn through a fun safe and nurturing environment If. you are interested in enrolling your child please call the Boys Girls. Club Prep features Club in Hill City today , , Photo by Western. Lifestyles Photography Nurturing environment, Creative learning. Quality programs, Personalized Attention, Nutritious lunch and snack. Easy transition for the big adventure, of learning Kindergarten . Each week we will feature a different theme keeping the. kids engaged with learning through play and fun We will be. helping in the Club garden having fun in the water and. going on various field trips Summer Camp for Club Prep Left Photo Hill City firefighters Jason and Todd showed the kids how a fire. offers a practical alternative during vacation while creating truck works Right Photo Kay Booth from the FBI visited our Club Prep. an education rich summer Sign up now Class and awarded the preschoolers as Junior agents . PO Box 677, Hill City SD 57745, Mark your Calendars Board of Directors. John Pence Board Chair, Throughout the year we host a variety of events Carmen Ronish Past Chair. that raise essential funds for Club programs Justin O Neill Treasurer. Find an event that best suits you to support our Laurie Pauli Tarrell. youth in the Black Hills Play in our Black Hills Jason Alexander. 3 on 3 Basketball tournament get inspired by Melanie Timm. our outstanding youth at our Blue Door Mike Hanson. Celebration get close to Mt Rushmore at our Tom Campbell. Toddlers sprint towards candy during the Annual Fundraiser or have a fun night out with. Goblin Candy Dash on Oct 24 2015 s friends at our Top of the Chop event . Light Fight 5k Resource Development Committees, John Pence Laurie Pauli Tarrell Rachelle. Blue Door Celebration January 21 2016, Elshere Chris Kattke Shane Fugier Tim. Ugly Sweater 5k Run February 27 2016, Theusch Marian Johnson Briana Tyler . Top of the Chop March 5 2016, Aubrey Fraiser Karen Street Tera McGuire . 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament April 2 2016, Jamie Gilcrease Heupel Natasha Fuller . Fundraiser at Mt Rushmore April 9 2016, Karen Everett Tracy Island. Day for Kids 17 September 2016, Light Fright 5K October 22 2016. Taste of Holidaze November 5 2016, Deadwood s Mayor Chuck Turbiville Wine Wreaths November 12 2016. auctions off gourmet deserts during the, Top of the Chop cocktail party at the For more information about our events please. Hill City Hot Springs Lead Deadwood, Homestake Chophouse in Lead visit www bgcblackhills org .
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