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Congratulations Steven Mickens for being named Executive of the Year for 2015!

To read more about Steven Mickens and this distinguished award, click here.
 



17th Annual Rubber Duck Derby & Duck Fest

May 16 10 am - 4 pm
Clarks Bridge Park


The Rubber Duck Derby is the only event of its kind in North Georgia. This year, 2,000 people will gather to watch 20,000 rubber ducks race to win amazing prizes for their adopted parents. To celebrate this big event, food,

live music, games, and free family fun will commence as Duck Fest begins at 10 am. Enjoy the festivities all day and then watch your adopted duck race for the $10,000 Grand Prize at 3 pm.

Funds raised by the Rubber Duck Derby will go to bridge the gap between the $40 yearly membership fee charged to Club members and the $1500 it costs to facilitate programming for each child.

Come join the fun and support the Great Futures of the kids in Hall County!


 

The Blue Door
The Blue Door signifies the opportunities the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County provides to children in the community. When opening this door, supporters and Clubs are opening the door to Great Futures for the children who need us most.
Please take a moment to learn about some of our biggest supporters that recieved Blue Doors here.





The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County believes that every child- no matter how challenging their life circumstances- deserves a chance to be great. When young people enter our doors they start down a path toward their own great futures. For our kids to have great futures, they must do well in school, they must live healthy lifestyles, and they must demonstrate good character and practice good citizenship.

Today's youth need our help. Too many of our children and teens are not receiving the guidance they need to graduate from high school, to avoid violence, gangs and drugs, or to become responsible adults. The Boys & Girls Club is here to ensure that community kids are supervised, guided, and safe. When young people have access to a safe place with caring adult mentors and enriching programs during out-of-school time, great things happen.



Are You a BGCHC Alumni? We would like to hear from you!


To celebrate our 60th Anniversary, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County would like to reconnect with former members. We would love to know how the Club impacted your life and how it influenced who you are today. Click here to visit our Alumni page and register so you can keep up with the most recent updates and have a chance to be featured on our website!

 

 











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