Meet Dominique! Isn’t it amazing how something as seemingly small as switching a flight time can turn into a life-changing event? This happened 3 years ago for Dominique Mesick. While on her way back to Seattle from L.A. she decided to change to an earlier flight home. When she boarded the plane, she sat next to a community member that changed her life. This man was Richard Harris, Boys & Girls Clubs of King County’s former Board Chair. Richard
Community Spotlight: Nancy Remak Our annual Youth of the Year event celebrates outstanding teens in our community. Each Youth of the Year nominee gives a speech about their experience at the Club. These speeches are the highlight of the event for most attendees, but there is so much more going on behind the scenes. For the past four years, Nancy Remak has played an integral role in the event by serving on the judging team. Nancy’s commitment to our Clubs
Community Power Growing Even Bigger this Thanksgiving The following article was written and contributed by Dominique Mesick, a member of the Smilow Rainier Vista Club Advisory Board and Senior Account Manager at Insight Global. Thank you to Dominique and her generous network! As the newest member of the Smilow Rainier Vista (SRV) Club Advisory Board, I feel fortunate to be surrounded by individuals who have paved the way for excellence when it comes to serving SRV youth and their families.
Thank you to the 499 people who attended or supported this year's Summer Dreams Gala & Auction and Don James Golf Classic on August 23rd and 24th. We are so appreciative of our community who came together to support Kirkland, Redmond, and Sammamish Boys & Girls Clubs! More Event Photos Couldn't make it to the event and want to support? Donate today! And make sure to check out our video highlighting Sam, a Kirkland Club kid. [embed]https://youtu.be/ZDhxAHzZgtY[/embed]
“There’s absolutely no doubt that I’ll remain a supporter for the rest of my life.”
“The Boys & Girls Club is a safe harbor where kids don’t have to think about what’s going on in their lives.”