• It’s all fun and GAMES

    The BGC Games Rooms are, of course, a place for Club members to have fun. But they’re also a place where friendships form and leadership skills are honed. Each Club ...
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  • Drive for Success

    Jaycole Glenn, 16, never thought he’d be driving now. Driver’s training can cost upwards of $600 to complete, and he couldn’t get a permit without it. “I thought I was ...
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  • Art: Creative Expression at the Club

    Fostering creativity and self-expression through art is a focus at all three of our Grand Rapids Clubs. This is accomplished indirectly, with coloring supplies being readily available in each room ...
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  • A+ Education at the Clubs

    Upon entering any of the Grand Rapids Clubs at any time, the organization’s mission to enable youth to “reach their full potential… through education” will be distinctly evident. With full ...
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  • Volunteer Spotlight: Taniah Ingram launches Better Beings Creative Mentorship Program

    Taniah Ingram is no stranger to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Grand Rapids. She worked at the Club starting in 2017 while in school studying psychology. Now a practicing ...
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  • Learning Curve

    For many students, the virtual learning environment has been challenging. For others, it’s been nearly impossible. Students like Ebony, 7, struggle with online classes. She has been attending our Le ...
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  • November Recognition

    Check out our star Club members and staff for the month of November! ...
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  • Thankful

    I am thankful for living and having a nice family.I am thankful for family, Boys & Girls Club, friends, my dog, and everything.I am thankful for my family and friends.I ...
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  • Return to Learn

    Sisters Deandra and Naomi walked in to the Paul I. Phillips Club Monday morning with sparkles in their eyes. After being home from school for more than six months, they ...
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  • The End of an Era: Officer Mike Harris Retires

    This summer marks the end of an era at the Seidman Center as longtime GRPD officer Michael Harris is retiring after 25 years of service.  Harris, a fixture at the ...
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