FC: Great Futures Start Here
1: The Boys & Girls Club movement holds an intrinsic belief that every child in America deserves an equal chance to pursue the American Dream, to have a genuine opportunity to realize their full potential—to achieve a Great Future. Throughout our 49 year history, the Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club has sought to provide children with hope and the opportunity to pursue their dreams. Our long-term commitment and passionate desire to make a difference have enabled us to grow the movement. With your help, kids can have a Great Future because of your passion for children. Thank you, Staff and Board of Directors Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club
2: Guiding Principles | Three Strategic Principles that Guide Our Work | Provide all Club members with high-quality Club programming that is safe, fun and makes a measurable difference. For the first time, we now have data that demonstrates that the Boys & Girls Club experience can be the foundation for life-changing impact. As beneficiaries of contemporary innovative programs, Club members will develop the skills needed to achieve success in the 21st century.
3: Lead a national dialogue to advocate that every community in the US provide access to high-quality out-of-school-time programs and experiences that equip young people, especially those growing up in disadvantaged circumstances, with the tools to succeed. We believe every child needs and deserves this access to have an equal chance to pursue the promise of America. | Recognize that no single organization can provide everything needed to enable youth to succeed, Boys & Girls Clubs must establish dynamic partnerships with public and private institutions, locally and nationally, to assure high-quality youth development experiences for all young people in America. We must step up as the convener and facilitator, across all sectors. to maximize collective resources and ultimate impact.
4: Formula for Impact | #1: Academic Success | Diplomas to Degrees | Pizza reward for good grades | ACT Prep
5: COSI (Center for Science & Industry), out of Columbus, Ohio, brought science to life for the kids at the Club.
6: Formula for Impact | #2: Healthy Lifestyles | A visit from WKU's Dental Clinic | WKU Basketball Clinic
7: Circle of Fitness Owensboro Health - Mommy & Me Zumba
8: Positive Sprouts
9: The Public Life Foundation of Owensboro and Cecil Farms provided a great learning experience through the Positive Sprouts program.
10: The girls' choir performed for family and friends at the Club and at Heritage Park Assisted Living Facility | Formula for Impact | #3: Character & Citizenship
11: T E A M S C O U R S E
12: Thanks | to our wonderful volunteers and donors for making good things happen at the Club!
13: Academy Sports! | Kentucky Mavericks!
14: Target volunteers! | Independence Bank's Random Acts of Kindness group! | Brescia Bearcats!
15: Atmos Energy, Anthem, Hancock County High School and Brescia for our Christmas Parties!
16: And so many more!
17: President -Rob Nash Vice President - Chuck Young Secretary - Shelly Nichols Treasurer - Shawn Brumfield Claude Bacon Diane Bowers Brian Cecil Ken Ehlshide Richard House Jeff Jackson Steve Kasinger Jill Kittinger John Lashbrook T. Tommy Littlepage Jason Niehaus Amanda Payne Chris Poynter Hubert Robinson | Thank you from the Board of Directors
18: Your support makes great futures happen! | Steak & Burger | Annual auction
19: 100 Men Who Cook | Golf Outing winners
20: 2015 National Youth Outcomes Results | Only CHB&GC members ages 9-18 participated in the 2015 National Youth Outcome Results. For each measure, the report indicates the percentage of members that received the following scores: Doing Great indicates that the member is having an optimal experience in this area. These members' survey answers signal positive, adaptive, or healthy responses and the absence of negative, maladaptive, or unhealthy responses for this measure. Room to Grow indicates that the member is having an insufficient experience in this area and needs additional support. These members' survey answers signal well-below-desired, disconcerting, or troubling responses for the measure. Doing Fine indicates that the member had mixed responses or an insufficient number of responses for the measure. | Club Experience Horn Wightman Rockport Overall Experience Room to Grow 42% 54% 50% Doing Fine 28% 23% 14% Doing Great 30% 23% 36% Sense of Belonging Room to Grow 25% 19% 38% Doing Fine 42% 35% 31% Doing Great 33% 46% 31% Overall Safety Room to Grow 47% 38% 36% Doing Fine 30% 35% 29% Doing Great 23% 27% 36%
21: Club Experience Horn Wightman Rockport Emotional Safety Room to Grow 25% 27% 23% Doing Fine 44% 38% 31% Doing Great 31% 35% 46% Physical Safety Room to Grow 40% 31% 31% Doing Fine 8% 4% 0% Doing Great 52% 65% 69% Fun Room to Grow 26% 35% 38% Doing Fine 32% 19% 15% Doing Great 42% 46% 46% Adult Connections Room to Grow 18% 38% 38% Doing Fine 24% 19% 23% Doing Great 60% 42% 38% Staff Expectations Room to Grow 10% 12% 0% Doing Fine 20% 31% 17% Doing Great 71% 56% 83% Recognition Room to Grow 30% 56% 17% Doing Fine 24% 8% 25% Doing Great 46% 36% 58%