BGCCC News

CEO Message – April 2018

Off to a Great Start of Celebrating 50 Years We announced in our last newsletter that we will be celebrating our 50th Anniversary of serving children in Collin County and the North Texas Area all year long and into April of 2019. During 2018 there will be new events and new programs designed to not only celebrate […]
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Arianna Selected for BGCA Money Matters Ambassador

Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Charles Schwab Foundation have named Arianna Akinwunmi the 2018 National Ambassador for the Money Matters: Make it Count financial education program, which teaches the basics of personal finance and the importance of an early start to being financially responsible. As the eleventh annual National Money Matters Ambassador, Arianna will serve as an advocate [...]
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Happy Anniversary Capital One Auto Finance!

Capital One Auto Finance is celebrating 10 years in their current Plano location and they surprised us with a $10,000 check. Thank you for giving back to your community and all that you do for the kids.
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Calling All Alumni

  Tell Us Your Story If you are a former Boys & Girls Club member from any branch across the United States and NOW live or work in Collin County, we want to hear your inspirational stories of growing up in the Club and its impact on your life today.
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Tyler Seguin Makes a Difference

This past weekend we had two ribbon cuttings at our Bob & Joy Darling Frisco Club, one for a new sport court and the other for a updated learning lab. Thanks to Tyler Seguin 91, Pro Players Foundation, NexCourt, and the Dallas Stars for these much needed additions and improvements to our Club. See the day’s recap video HERE!
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BGCCC Branches Receive Star Local Media Awards

The Star Local Media produces 14 community newspapers and websites in the North Texas communities and has been serving this area for over a century. In December they ran a Reader’s Choice program where their newspaper subscribers and on-line viewers in each city choose from over 70 categories, their favorite businesses, organizations, schools and other categories. We […]
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A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

Mentoring our children is one of the most important volunteer services that can be provided to our members. When that mentor is a Police Officer it speaks volumes of the relationship between our first responders in all the cities we serve, both police and fire. Lt. Mike Hagan, of the Frisco Police Department is pictured helping […]
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