Great Futures Start Here!
The Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley has been a cornerstone of the community since opening our doors in 1998. Serving over 13,000 youth a year, we provide them with the opportunity to:
- feel and be safe,
- know someone cares,
- be challenged by interesting, life-enhancing activities.
April 17Greg Lemke-Rochon tells more about the new Boys & Girls Club coming to Menasha.
New Boys & Girls Club being planned in Menasha
MENASHA - The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley is looking to add a new location in Menasha. A campaign is underway to raise funding for a new 25,000 square foot facility in the city. Leaders with the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley say they need to raise $6.2 million...
April 16Menasha to build Boys & Girls Club
A new gathering place for youngsters will be coming soon to a site in Menasha.
April 13The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley will open a new Club in Menasha in summer 2015!
Boys & Girls Club coming to Menasha
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April 12Coca-Cola Volunteer Spring Clean-up Day
April 9Kids - round up those bikes! Join us on Friday, April 18 for a Bike Rodeo. Tune up your bike and get a free bike helmet. Play wiffle ball with Timber Rattler players, have fun with Fang and more!
April 8The Club's Runaway Program team were honored by Appleton Mayor, Tim Hannah, as part of the Mayors Day of Recognition for National Service. Our nation's mayors are increasingly turning to national service as a cost effective strategy to address city challenges. By unleashing the power of citizens, AmeriCorps and Senior Corps programs have a positive and lasting
impact - making our cities better places to live.
(Photo from left: Tim Bohrer, Runaway Program Director with Assistant's Jessica Cooper, Karissa Gamero, Marissa Mielke, Laura Spoerl, and Mayor Tim Hannah.) For more information:
April 7A very special Thank You to ALL our Volunteers during National Volunteer Week. Without you, we wouldn't be able to do what we do - make a difference in the lives of children! National Volunteer Week, a program of Points of Light, is about inspiring, recognizing and encouraging people to seek out imaginative ways to engage in their communities.
March 27Super Hero Day
The Club at Roosevelt Middle School
Super Hero Day
March 27The Club at Foster Elementary
March 27Club members at Badger "Opened the Door to the Arts" by making tie-dyed shirts and look at our proud winners of the Spelling Bee!