Outreach Transport Cost
1 Child $70.00 per Month
2 Children $110.00 per Month
3 Children $150.00 per Month
*This is a safe and affordable transportation from your child’s school to the Boys & Girls Club of Stanton.
It is my pleasure to once again serve as the Board President for the Boys & Girls Club of Stanton in 2010. After having the honor of serving as Board President for the first time in 2009, I am excited about the challenges and opportunities that the new year brings.
I am sure you are aware of the passion that our outstanding staff brings to the Club on a daily basis. Having served as a volunteer at the Club for the past several years, I have observed the way that the children of our community interact with the staff on a regular basis. Every employee at the Club – from our Executive Director to the folks in the learning center, teen center, gym and everywhere in between – truly care about the job they are doing. Most importantly, they also truly care for the children, who are our future.
In these tough economic times, many non-profit organizations are facing budgetary challenges, and the Boys & Girls Club of Stanton is no different. We would be unable to bring you the high-quality programs and services that we offer without support from the community. Please make sure to keep an eye out for information on our various fundraisers throughout 2010 and find out how you can help the Boys & Girls Club of Stanton continue to be “the positive place for kids.”
John M. Borack
Time Warner Cable
Boys & Girls Club of Stanton Board President
CONGRATULATIONS TO EVELYN CASTILLO FOR BEING THE RECIPIENT OF THE 2010 YOUTH OF THE YEAR AWARD!
Congratulations to Amanda Vasquez for being the recipient of the 2009 Youth of The Year Award!
“The Club Staff help me to succeed by encouraging me to do good in school and to make the right choices in life.” – Amanda Vasquez
About Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Youth of the Year Program
Sponsored by the Reader’s Digest Foundation since 1947, the Youth of the Year Program is designed to promote and recognize service to Club and community, academic performance and contributions to family and spiritual life. Competition begins with each Club selecting a Youth of the Year who receives a certificate and medallion then enters state competition. State winners receive a plaque and $1,000 scholarship then enter the regional competition. Each of the five regional winners receives a $10,000 scholarship and enters the national competition held in Washington, DC. The National Youth of the Year receives an additional $15,000 scholarship, totaling $26,000 in scholarships, and is installed by the President of the United States.