Monthly newsletter by domainlawyer

VIEWS: 17 PAGES: 2

									Clements Boys & Girls Clubs http://www.cbgclub.org
CLEMENTS

Monthly Newsletter

January, 2005

Message from the Chief Professional Officer
Thanks to much hard work by our very talented Professional Staff along with the dedication and support of our Board of Directors, the Killeen Community, Killeen Independent School District, and Boys & Girls Clubs of America, we have just completed a very successful year. Clements Boys & Girls Club increased both the quality and quantity of youth programming to its members and the community as a whole. During 2005, our goal will be to see our organization grow even more and increase our visibility in the very transient Killeen community. HAPPY NEW YEAR !!! Sincerely,

Desktop Publishing by: Abdul B. Subhani

Upcoming Events:
January, 4-8 National Fine Arts Exhibit January, 17 Computer Classes

Christmas Parade
YEE HAA—2nd Place !!! Got second place in the non-profit Christmas Parade floats. Special Thanks to Mr. Skinner for pulling our float, and also CONGRATULATIONS to Mr. Marty, Ms. Angela, Ms. Marie and to all Kids who participated in decorating the float.

Basketball Season
The Co-ed Basketball league at the Club has seen incredible growth since the opening of the Trimmier Unit. The 2005 season will have an astounding 33 teams with 380 players which represents a 40% growth in only 1 year. Thank you to all of the wonderful volunteers who have stepped up to coach the basic fundamentals to our area youth; without you this program would not be possible. Games are expected to start on January 22 so come out and watch the children having a good time.

Youth of the month from June - December:
Bigham Unit
June July August September October November December Daniel, C Sarah, P Jessica, D Shaianne, R Mikal, P Larry, B Mikal, P

Clements Unit
Brandon, O Arthur, M Christine, B Heaven, E Jay, C Steven, W Danacha, H

Exchange Unit
Anastasia, H Matthew, V Lateef, E Juan, B Jamel, M Crystal, C Mathew, V

Trimmier Unit
O’Neisha, J Reanna, J Devin, D Markus, C Stacy, B Neidra, L Aushianna, H

Clements Boys & Girls Clubs

Upcoming Events:
Career Launch

http://www.cbgclub.org

FREE MEMBERSHIP !!! FOR ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY FAMILIES
:NO BAKE DESSERT RECIPE:
REFRIGERATOR COOKIES

Clements Boys & Girls Clubs will be starting new and exciting program in Exchange and Trimmier Units for their Teen members. Teens will be able to research for colleges, admission processes and get more information about SAT/ACT testing and financial aid. Please contact your local club Unit Director for more information.

Ingredients: 1 Cup Sugar 1 Stick of Butter, softened 1 egg 3 tablespoons cocoa 1/2 teaspoon Vanilla 2 1/2 Cups self-rising flour 1/4 Cup Milk INSTRUCTIONS: First put butter in a mixing bowl. Then slowly add sugar and beat until creamy. Next beat the egg and add to mixture. Add cocoa, then vanilla. Add flour a bit at a time. Then add the milk. Add a little extra flour if it's not stiff enough. Chill for one hour. Take the dough and shape it into long rolls about 2 inches in diameter. Cover each roll with plastic wrap and keep in the fridge for 24 hours. Cut the rolls to make cookies.
NEW BORN
Addition in Tremback’s Family Tessa Marie Tremback, born on Monday December 13th 2004
Parents: Paul & Ashley Tremback CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE STAFF OF CBGC !!!

Youth Net
We are very proud to start a program for all of our members called YouthNet. It is a secure intranet for Boys & Girls Club members dedicated to promoting youth development outcomes; fostering inter-Club collaboration; expanding Club resources; and empowering youth as content developers and monitors of their online community.

CBGC - Information Technology
Our Mission Statement:
“The Clements Boys & Girls Club technology program is available to provide a Positive Place of Technology for the youth of our community in which technology can be learned and explored by Club members so they can become successful in today’s highly technical and computerized society.” Please check with your local club for the upcoming computer classes or contact, Director of Technology, Abdul Subhani for more information..

WHAT IS POWER HOUR?
Power hour is a homework tutorial program that enables club members to develop academic, behavioral and social skills through homework completion. Homework is a critical component of academic success. Power Hour and the Educational rooms are opened Monday thru Thursday from 3:30PM to 8:00PM.

CBGC - Natatorium
ADULT LAP SWIM

Are you looking for a way to stay healthy and fit? Are you wanting a time to swim, without the hassles of recreational swimmers?

THEN COME OUT AND SWIM AT THE CBGC NATATORIUM !!! TIME: 11:00 AM TO 10:00 PM - MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY 6:30 PM TO 8:00PM MONDAY, WEDESDAY & FRIDAY DAILY ADMISSION: $3.50 PER SESSION MONTHLY PASS: $20/Person

SENIOR WATER AEROBICS MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAYS 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM LIFE GUARD CERTIFICATION

Class is limite d to first 25 registrant s

n th $25/Mo n Fee: s ratio er clas Regist ee: $1/p tor F Instruc

Clements Boys & Girls Clubs, Natatorium, is starting Life Guard Certification course. For more information please contact, Richard Liggans, Aquatics Director.
For upcoming events or for general information please call: (254) 634-0308 Stacy Ross, Director of Operations. Ext: 102 Calvin Darthard, Sr. Unit Director. Ext: 103 Jamieson Preston, Unit Director. Ext:101 Marie Johnson, Program Director. Ext: 101 Richard Liggans, Aquatics Director. Ext: 106

Abdul Subhani, Director of Technology. Ext:113


								
To top