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About the Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills

From games and athletics to drug prevention workshops, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sandhills offers young people a range of fun and productive activities. Clubs are open each day after school from 2:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. – when research has shown children to be most vulnerable to gangs, violence and other risky behaviors. In the summer, Clubs and special summer-only sites open their doors all day to young people with nowhere else to go.

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Featured Profiles
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Ryan

Ryan Watson is our member of the month for October. Ryan was chosen by the programming staff, because he is an inspiration to other club members and willing to persevere, even if he is having a not so great day. Ryan joined the Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills this past Summer.  His father works full time and needed a place for Ryan
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Pat-Nelson

Pat

Pat Nelson is our volunteer of the month for October.  She was nominated for her dedication and assistance in helping with homework and Power Hour for our kids every day, Monday through Friday. Pat recently moved to the area from New York.  She is semi-retired, loves working with kids and wanted to serve as a volunteer. “The most positive thing I have noticed about
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Cecilia

Cecilia

Cecilia Dickerson is our staff member of the month for October.  Cecilia was chosen for her unwavering commitment and her versatility in being able to work effectively with both the younger kids and our teens.  She comes to the majority of outside events without questioning, because her love of the kids and the Club are evident in her everyday actions. Cecilia joined the Club
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Pat

Pat Corso is our Board Member of the month for October. Pat has been one of most dedicated board members and was very involved in seeing to it that the Boys & Girls Club dream became a reality in 1999 following the Men’s US Open, held at Pinehurst No. 2 Golf Course.  A large portion of the proceeds from that event helped the Boys
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