Please donate to the Boys & Girls Club of Easton to Give the Gift of a Great Future, because every child deserves a great future.
Boys & Girls Club of Easton help beat the odds. We serve over 750 youth every year with quality development programs. Our youth receive the support and guidance they need to build better futures for themselves and their communities.
Join with Boys & Girls Club of Easton to help advance our 3 Priority Outcomes in 2015:
Academic Success - more youth graduating high school ready for college, trade school, military or employment;
Good Character & Citizenship - more youth being engaged citizens, involved in the community, registered to vote and model strong characters;
Healthy Lifestyles- more youth adopting a healthy diet, practicing healthy lifestyle choices and making a lifelong commitment to fitness.
The Boys & Girls Club of Easton provides at-risk youth with a helping hand, year-round. Please join us with your support of our 2015 annual campaign.
Checks can be mailed to Boys & Girls Club of Easton, P.O. Box 741, Easton, PA 18044-0741, or click the orange 'donate now' button above to make a secure online credit card donation.
Thank you for your kind consideration of this request.
Please call me on 484 239 2075 if you have questions.
G. Dean Young, Executive Director
Boys & Girls Club of Easton - GREAT Futures Start HERE! P.O. Box 741, Easton, PA 18044-0741 Cell Phone 484 239 2075
Sat. 10.25.14, 4:00pm
for Kids – Kiss a Cow Contest
for your “Favorite” Candidate to Kiss the Cow!
and support the Boys
& Girls Club of Easton’s youth programs
Final KISS takes
place at the Boys & Girls Club of Easton 210 Jones Houston Way Easton PA
On Saturday, Oct. 25th, 2014, 5:00pm, during the
Play for Kids Celebrations.
The "Kiss a Cow" contestants: – Great
selection of candidates to choose from!
Perry, CEO Crayola Inc.
Bill White, Columnist, The Morning Call
Reinhart, Superintendent Easton Area School District
Deegan, Editor, The Express-Times
Sal Panto Jr., City of Easton
Senior Pastor Phillip Davis, Greater Shiloh Church
Miers, Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber
Dr. Charlene Symia, Principal Easton Area Middle School
Each candidate is given the job of raising $s for the Club. The candidate who
raises the highest amount of revenue gets the honor of kissing a cow!
The Kiss the Cow contest winner is announced at 5 pm on
25, 2014, immediately
following the winning contestant willkiss the cow!
Donations can be made on-line
using the red 'Let's Smooch! button shown aboveand then select the candidate from
the drop-down menuhttps://secureonlinegiving.com/Donations/site/index.asp?eventID=1497
can be mailed made payable to the Boys & Girls Club of Easton to: Play for Kids Kiss A Cow, Boys & Girls
Club of Easton, P.O. Box 741 Easton, PA 18044-0741
donations can be delivered to the Boys & Girls Club of Easton, 210 Jones
Houston Way, South Side Easton on: Mondays, 9am to 5pm, Tuesdays through
Fridays, 9am through 9pm, and Saturdays, 9am to 5pm. We will collect donations also!
For Q&A and more information please feel free to contact me,
Dean Young, Executive Director, on 484-239-2075 or by email using firstname.lastname@example.org
Register Now for Fall/Winter/Spring youth programs 2014-2015!
The B&GCE is now accepting open registration for the fall, winter, & spring program. Beginning Tuesday, September 16, 2014 and ending Saturday, June 6, 2015, daily programs will be offered on Tuesdays-Fridays between 3:00 PM and 9:00 PM and on Saturdays between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM.
Dean Young, Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Easton, stated, “Parents and interested youth can stop by the club any time this week (Tuesday 9/9 – Friday 9/12) between 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM for open registration and a tour of the club’s facilities.” Young also said, “It is important for parents and youth to know and understand that we are moving toward a No Cell Phone Zone. Youth should not bring personal items to the club (i.e.: cell phones, handheld games, basketballs, etc.). This is part of our safe haven policy and to prevent cell phones and other personal items from being lost, misplaced, or stolen.”
New arrival:The B&GCE now has two bike racks (sponsored by the Easton Rotary Club). Club members will have access to the bike racks located at the front door entrance. *Note: Please be advised that youth members must bring their own padlocks or other locking devices to secure their bikes on the racks.*
10-Week Summer Camp - June 16th through August 22, 2014
Every weekday, 9:00am to 5:00pm Complementary breakfast cereal & lunch New 2014! - Boys & Girls Club of Easton Launches SUMMER BRAIN GAIN & IMAGINATION STATION Programs
Summer Learning Loss Prevention Program Designed to Help Kids Stay on Track for the ComingSchool Year
(Easton, PA. 6.1.14) The Boys & Girls Club of Easton announces the launch of the 2014 Future Stars Summer Camp & Summer Brain Gain program, a summer learning loss prevention program developed specifically for Boys & Girls Clubs. The Summer Brain Gain program is part of the Club’s 10-week Summer Camp from June 16th, to August 22nd, , for all youth ages 5 to 12 years. Registration is open and ongoing for summer camp on a first-come first-served basis. The Club is open this week for registration 6.9.14 - 6.13.14, .
Registration for non-member youth for the 2014 summer camp is $70 per child and includes a 12-month Club membership. Registration forms are available at the Club’s two facilities:
South Side Easton: 210 Jones Houston Way (GPS508 Charles Street), Easton, PA, and
West Ward Easton: 1101 Northampton Street, Easton, PA.
If you have questions about the summer camp or Summer Brain Gain program at the Boys & Girls Club of Easton please contact Dean Young on 484 239 2075, or email email@example.com.
Boys & Girls Club of Easton’s Vision & Mission Statements:
Vision: The Boys and Girls Club of Easton will enable all young people, especially those who need us most, and their families, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
Mission: Teaming quality leadership with people and programming, we will be an affordable, accessible, fun, youth-driven club that helps members constructively channel their lives through academic, cultural, athletic, health, arts enrichment, and spiritual programs resulting in educated, skilled, and moral citizens and community leaders.