Mercer Island is hosting teen late nights on March 15 and April 26 from 7 - 10 p.m. for 6th - 12th grade students. There's a $5 entrance fee that includes the price for dinner. Download the Teen Late Night PolicyDownload the Flyer Hope to see you there!
See photos from the event! Watch memorable moments from Lunchbreak 2019! On March 7, 2019, community members and supporters came together for our annual luncheon fundraiser at the Westin Seattle. In addition to a beautiful venue and a delicious and healthy meal, the event featured phenomenal speakers who moved the crowd with passionate stories about their connection to the Clubs. Together, we raised $602,772 at the event! (And this number is growing, thanks to our generous virtual donors!) Make Your
What is summer learning loss? Summer learning loss happens when kids don't continue to practice their academic skills for the 2.5 months of summer break. Kids' education slides backwards one to two reading levels, and the first three months of school are spent re-learning the information that was lost. Kids that get learning opportunities over summer are able to maintain their level or even get ahead, while kids without those opportunities fall behind. The equity gap widens in childhood education
Rescheduled for March 15! Drop off your kids and enjoy a relaxing night out! Kids will play gym games, do crafts, and watch a movie. Dinner will be provided. Menu: Grilled Cheese & Tomato Soup When: Friday, February 8, 6:30 p.m. - 10 p.m.Where: Kirkland Boys & Girls Club, 10805 124th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98033Cost: $20 for first child, + $5 for each additional child (Cash only) Admission fees will go towards supporting Boys & Girls Club families impacted by Malibu and
Congratulations to Adam for winning the Quincy Robertson Service & Leadership Award! Get the full Youth of the Year event recap here! The Quincy Robertson Service & Leadership Award recognizes an individual Youth of the Year finalist who has clearly demonstrated excellence in serving their Club and community as a youth. This award is named after Quincy Robertson, who spent his 39-year career serving youth and his community in countless ways. Quincy served in nearly every role throughout Boys &
I have grown from someone unwilling to leave her bubble of security into someone whothrives on the thrill of trying new things and the excitement of meeting new people.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNhMxYP1Sm4&feature=youtu.be View Event Photos On Saturday, February 23, 2019, 150 community members gathered at the Mercer Island Boys & Girls Club to honor eight exceptional teens for their accomplishments in leadership, service, academic excellence, and dedication to live a healthy lifestyle. Judges chose two outstanding teens for awards: Piper S. of the Ballard neighborhood was named King County Youth of the Year, and Adam W. of Sammamish was awarded the Quincy Robertson Service & Leadership Award. The Quincy Robertson Service
We are thrilled to introduce you to our Interim CEO, Laurie Black! Laurie started with us in late November and since day one, has been out in the community, in our Clubs, and supporting our staff who work with more than 2,000 kids and teens every day.
February 15 is Teen Late Night at Mercer Island! On Friday, February 15 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., 6th - 12th graders will be welcome to hang out at the Mercer Island Boys & Girls Club for group games, karaoke, movies, board games, card games, and video games. Entrance is $5 and includes dinner! Download behavior policyDownload flyer
The Teen Employment Conference (TEC) is an event put on by YouthForce, the Youth Career Development Program of the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County. We are dedicated to leveling the professional playing field for youth with limited access to college and career readiness resources. TEC is about providing unique learning and career building opportunities for teens. Throughout the day, youth have the chance to attend career workshops hosted by local Seattle companies, practice their interview skills, and enjoy a complimentary