Federal Way Breakfast for Kids Recap On September 17, Federal Way community leaders attended a breakfast at the Ron Sandwith Teen Center to celebrate and raise support for young people in Federal Way. At the event, we heard from our new CEO Laurie Black, 2018 Federal Way Youth of the Year winner Jaylen, and NHL Seattle's president Tod Leiweke as this year's keynote speaker. What's even more exciting is that attendees helped raise $40,500 for Club kids and teens in
To teach kids about healthy and sustainable living, several of our Clubs have gardens where kids grow food that they can prepare and eat. Get a peek behind the blackberry bush into gardening programs at four of our Clubs!
Join us for a Back to School Bash sponsored by T-Mobile! Grab a bite to eat, enjoy fun activities, pick up school supplies and gently used clothes, and sign up for fall programs! Event is free when you sign up, renew, or have a current membership. When: August 23, 2019 Where: Federal Way Boys & Girls Club, 30815 8th Ave S., Seattle, WA 98003 Download the flyer here We hope to see you there!
Congrats to our 2019 Jr. Youth of the Year! These outstanding elementary and middle schoolers are truly amazing!
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By learning skills to manage emotions, set goals, establish relationships, and make responsible decisions, kids are more likely to thrive in school and life.
Federal Way Boys & Girls Club Athletics Programs Winter Basketball Join us for our 2019 Winter Coed Basketball season. This league is a recreational league for boys and girls grades K-7. Divisions are divided into grade K/1, grade 2/3, grade 4/5, and grade 6/7. Standings are kept for grades 4-7 with a post season tournament for qualifying teams. Practice is scheduled by volunteer coaches in the evenings at local Federal Way schools and gyms. Games for grade K-3 are on
Boys & Girls Clubs of King County was honored by Seattle Business magazine 2018 Community Impact Awards for "saving, changing and improving lives in the Puget Sound region." Richard Harris, Boys & Girls Clubs Board Chair, shared "Being include among the incredible organizations represented is an honor in itself, and on behalf of our board, staff, families and our Club kids, we are grateful for the opportunity to be such a cornerstone community resource for young people in the greater
We are always introducing different ways of learning at Boys & Girls Clubs of King County. Our literacy programs support every stage of education, offering fun rewards and activities while boosting reading confidence. Here are some of the programs we have this fall! Power Hour: Power Hour is our organization-wide program in which kids earn points for participating in read-alongs, doing homework and independent reading, writing stories, completing math worksheets or coding challenges, and doing independent projects. Points are redeemed