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Fall 2011 Great Futures NewsletterInspired to make a change, meet the 2011-2012 Youth of the Year, transforming young girls into young women and more!
Summer 2011 Great Futures NewsletterNew President & CEO, back-to-school excitement, College Bound Club members and more!
Spring 2011 Great Futures NewsletterSuccessful school year, discovering artists in the Clubs, Circle of Promise highlights and more!
Winter 2011 Great Futures NewsletterNew Interim President & CPO, Stacy Finley Named Youth of the Year, National Boys & Girls Clubs Week and more!
Great Futures 2010 Fall Newsletter
How you can help during the holidays, Youth of the Year, Herb Mesa partnership & more!
Great Futures Newsletter - Summer 2010Great Futures Start Here. Learn how BGCMA plans to get youth excited to BE Educated, BE Great & Graduate!
The Promise Newsletter, Spring 2010In this issue: Youth of the Year, National Boys & Girls Clubs Week, Girl Power! and more.
The Promise Newsletter, Winter 2010
In this Issue: New initiatives for 2010, Holiday updates, Lowe's Heroes, Teen Center Openings and more.
The Promise Newsletter, Fall 2009In this Edition: Answering the call for help, tutoring program, special event fundraisers and more
The Promise Newsletter, Winter 2009In this Edition: BGCMA's New President, Hometown Heroes, Fighting School Drop Out Rates and More...
The Promise, Volume 3, Winter 2008
In this edition: Message from the Board Chair, Youth of the Year Winner, Conant Society, KKCC and more...
The Promise, Volume 2, Spring 2008We are pleased to share with you our Spring 2008 Issue of The Promise.
The Promise, Volume 1, Winter 2008We are pleased to share with you our new quarterly newsletter which we have appropriately named, The Promise, to best reflect what we believe captures the essence of our Clubs.
See How Stability Helps Justin Find His Place
A very outgoing young man with a mind that moves a mile a minute, Justin is very inquisitive but extremely helpful. He must be kept busy to keep his curious mind moving in the right direction.
Justin, 15, moved around a lot during his childhood and pre-teen years and lived with multiple guardians. His constant change took a toll on his confidence and sense of belonging.
Since joining the Club in 2005,...