September 2022 at the Clubs

We’ve been busy at the Clubs this month! Between fun activities, learning new skills, volunteer opportunities, and check presentations- we have lots to share!

Club members got to tour Krause Holstein’s working dairy farm! There was so much to see and learn about… and some pretty cute photo ops, too. Thank you Krause Holsteins, Kemps, and Cub Foods for making this special trip happen!
Club members at Southside Village played number recognition Connect4 with some new friends. They finished that day feeling confident in their numeracy skills and ready to keep socializing.
Xcel Energy Minnesota for held an annual Day of Service at Voyageur Environmental Center for the fourth year in a row. Their support over the years has makes a huge difference in providing a welcoming space for the youth to learn and explore in nature!
Thank you to Family Dollar for supporting Boys and Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities- and for stopping by Southside Village to present us with this impactful donation! Strong partnerships like these truly make a difference in our community!
My’Arose recently led a natural hair group at Jerry Gamble Club. Growing skills like this is so important- and it’s fun! Thanks My’Arose for making it happen and great job to the participants.
MN Vikings Wide Reciever KJ Osborn came to our West Side Club last week to distribute backpacks and school supplies as well as serve food from the Viking’s food truck, Vikings Table. Before leaving KJ served up some turkey burgers and challenged youth to a game of big-base kickball in the gym. Thanks, Vikings!
Jerry Gamble Club members participated in a triathlon at North Commons Park- powered by V3 Sports. Everyone had a great time and got their bodies moving!
“Our West Side Story” podcast hosts are getting ready for their big launch! They’ve been interviewing guests and learning the ins and outs of podcast creation. Stay tuned for more info!
ECMC came out to Jerry Gamble to present a check to support Academic Success at the Club. We are so grateful for this partnership and will continue to make an impact with ECMC’s contribution!
Little Earth Club members learned to make Cedar bough (Giizhikaandagoons) for Warriors Way program in their Teen Center!
East Side Club members braved a cold morning and participated in the Heart of the City Race! Thank you, Heart of the City, for your support of the Clubs.
All Club staff members got together for a organization-wide day to focus on mental health! It was a great opportunity for everyone to learn how to take care of themselves and to get new ideas to implement in the Clubs!

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