BGC News

Passport to Manhood Summit a Huge Success

On Friday, December 5, over 20 of our members attended a Passport to Manhood Summit in Lee County, NC. Over 50 young men and Boys & Girls Club leaders were in attendance with outstanding, inspirational messages from Club and community leaders. A BIG thanks to Deon Allbrooks and his staff of men for all that you are doing to make this program successful.


Teens Attend CommunityOne Bank Tour and Presentation

The Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills teens would like to thank Sharon Williams, Sherri Adams and Sue Bruton for the great tour and presentation at CommunityOne Bank in Southern Pines, NC on Friday, December 5. Our teens learned about checking accounts, savings accounts and investments and were given a wonderful tour of the bank. Thank you for the tour and for helping
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Sharon Disher Wows the Boys & Girls Club!

Published:  November 23, 2014 We had a wonderful evening with guest speaker, Sharon Disher, last night at the Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills. You can read the entire story here by Ted Natt of The Pilot Newspaper.  The gallery of photos is below the article.  Thank you to Tim Sayer of Sayer Photography for the wonderful photos that captured the evening perfectly.
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Big Congrats to the Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills for Being a Winner of the Race to the Door Campaign!

Congrats to the Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills for being named one of the winners of the Race to the Door Campaign. Our club received the award for increasing our Average Daily Attendance for Sept. and Oct. Our club will receive 4 free tickets to the Regional Leadership Conference for the Southeast. Big Kudos to Deon Allbrooks, Sydrena Scott and our entire
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Rethink Your Drink!

Did you know that Coke has over 8 teaspoons of sugar and Mountain Dew has over 19 teaspoons of sugar? If you want to know more about the sugar in soft drinks, just ask Caitlin Terry (pictured right), one of our Program Assistants, who is bringing awareness to our Club members with her “Rethink Your Drink” board. This awareness is a part of our
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Naval Academy Pioneer to Speak to the Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills

Date Published:  November 12, 2014 Sharon Disher, one of the first women to graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy, will be the keynote speaker on Nov. 20 at a fundraising event for the Boys & Girls Club of the Sandhills. Disher, author of “First Class,” helped bring an end to a 131-year all-male tradition at Annapolis when she entered the academy in 1976 with
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