BGCCC News

Torch Club on a mission to spread love!

On Friday, February 10th the members of McKinney Torch Club brought much needed items for the children at the Plano Children’s Hospital. They wanted to share and spread the love to let the children know that they are not forgotten. The members were able to provide toys for all ages and personalized items such as house slippers, blankets, socks, […]
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STEM Program Start Up Sponsored By Capital One

BGCCC’s goal is to educate, empower and motivate youth as we approach a technology based society. Technology is forever changing, it’s also used in almost every aspect of our lives. As work places change with updated software and office equipment and machinery becomes more touch screen, STEM knowledge is vital. Keeping up with technology is […]
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2017 Youth of the Year Competition

This past Saturday the Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County held our 2017 Youth of the Year competition with presentations by 3 Teen Members and 3 Pre-Teen members. We had a outstanding judges from within the community. Thanks to Alvin Odom, Holli Sherman, Wynel Seldon, Maggie Brittle, and Daniel Mills for spending much of […]
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Continued Support from Park Place Lexus

A special thank you to Park Place Lexus for their continued support of our annual Chrysalis Ball. Their special car package that is auctioned off, of a different Lexus Model each quarter for a year always draws a lot of excitement. Mike Simpson, BGCCC CEO presenting an award to Jordan Case, President & Managing Partner and Chris […]
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JCPenney Teen Room Renovation

A HUGE thank you to JCPenney for the new and improved Teen Center and JCPenney Learning Lounge in our Plano Branch. JCPenney along with support from Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Jason Witten’s Score Foundation with new laptops, and Scholastic curated books to complete these rooms for the teens. See the full article from Star Local Media HERE.
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Giving November – Club Kids Give Back

  The McKinney Branch youth leadership groups; The Peanut Patrol, Torch Club (New Generation) and Keystone Carriers were given an opportunity to be good Samaritans. They joined forces and they raised 108 canned goods and boxed foods for the families at the Samaritan Inn.
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