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2016: The Year in Review

While 2016 has been a challenging year for many around the globe.  For the Boys and Girls Club of Lake Tahoe it has been a great success.

The importance of the Club to our community, and the support that we receive, was shown by a sellout of our Annual Golf Classic, 20% growth in our membership numbers, a waitlist for our summer program, new project partnerships […]

By |December 20th, 2016|Categories: Boys & Girls Club Lake Tahoe|Comments Off on 2016: The Year in Review

Make sure you sign up for the Winder Holiday Vacation!

Signs ups for the Winter Holiday Vacation will be available today.  Places will be given on a first come first served basis and will be limited to the capacity of our Al Tahoe building; so be sure to sign up soon.

Lots of fun, Winter themed activities will be taking place at the Club over the Holidays.  Holiday parties will take place at both Al Tahoe […]

By |December 9th, 2016|Categories: Boys & Girls Club Lake Tahoe, Breaks|Comments Off on Make sure you sign up for the Winder Holiday Vacation!

Are you part of Club $25.26?

If every household in the South Lake Tahoe community donated $25.26 to our Club each year, we would be fully funded to continue providing educational and fun programs for the youth in our community. During this season of giving, we are asking our families and the community to help us reach our goal.

Our membership cost is only $100 per year, which equates to just $0.50 […]

By |November 27th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Are you part of Club $25.26?

Measure P Passed – So What is Next?

A huge thank you to all our families, friends, Board Members, volunteers and local supporters who promoted Measure P with a sign on their lawn and a yes on their ballot. The Measure passed with 50 votes* and paves the way for a brand new Recreation Center, funding for other recreational projects such as Regan Beach and bike paths, and takes the Club a […]

By |November 9th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Measure P Passed – So What is Next?
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