Central GA Connections
Newsletter of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central GA (B&GCCG) - Year in Review 2006-2007
B&GCCG - funded in part by Office of Justice Programs (OJP)
Board of Directors
In Celebration of Boys & Girls Club Week...
A Year in Review
Shane Spells, Chairperson
Natilyne Young, 1st Vice-Chair
Marvin Riggins, Vice-Chair
Russ Vaughn, Vice-Chair
Sean Ferrell, Treasurer
Tomieka Daniel, Secretary & National Boys & Girls Club Week (March 25- develop great character - programs evolved to
Ethics Officer 31, 2007) is an opportunity for us to celebrate focus on key areas to specifically target
Marc Albertson the work of Boys & Girls Clubs. While we development of life skills.
Sr. Relationship Manager, Patton, are a local, community based organization,
Albertson & Miller
we are also part of a dramatically growing Club members learn goal setting, gain
Real Estate national movement. confidence, develop skills to identify and
Mike Burns resist risky behaviors, explore careers and the
Chief of Police, Macon Police We gain many insights and enjoy great necessary education to pursue them, plan
Doyle Byrd support from being part of a national and implement volunteering projects, get
Sales Center Manager, Coca- organization. As a whole, we are able to homework help, learn about nutrition and
J.D. Collins have national scope with local action. healthy habits, learn about money
Domestic Violence Investigator, That is the power of partnership. management and many other useful skills.
Bibb County District Attorney’s
Tomieka Richard Daniel You may not know that all of our programs Club members spend an average of 10
Staff Attorney, GA Legal Services are developed nationally with detailed hours every week in life enhancing
Assistant Director Macon curriculum and proven results. National programs.
RYDC, Department of Juvenile partners who help support this development
include Coca Cola, Staples, Macy’s, JC We are not the same old Boys & Girls Club.
VP of Support Services, MidSouth Penney, Allstate, Best Buy, Taco Bell and
Federal Credit Union
Reader’s Digest. That’s great company to We Are More Than You Know.
Proprietor, Outback Steakhouse be in, isn’t it? And there are even more. This newsletter will cover events from Boys &
Vice President, Ken’s Audio -
These national partnerships help us develop Girls Club Week 2006 to Boys & Girls Clubs
Week 2007. We hope that this will raise your
Video - Car Stereo
Donnie Laurens and strengthen local partnerships in many
Sales Agent, Fickling & cases. But, we have also found the middle curiosity and prompt you to find out more.
Georgia community to be generous and We’d be glad to provide a Club tour or come
Director, Clinical Outcomes caring since our beginning in 1938. out and share more information with you.
Resource Management, Medical
Center of Central Georgia
Just give us a call or drop us an email.
Jerry Modena That’s right, since 1938 we have been
Sheriff, Bibb County Sheriff’s
Office changing lives in middle Georgia. As
David Portwood many organizations, our methods have
Chief Operating Officer, Coliseum
changed over the years. Nationally and
Zelma Redding locally we developed into more than just
Partner, Karla’s Shoe Boutique
“swim & gym” - even though sports can
Deputy Chief, Macon-Bibb County
District Attorney, Bibb County
Assistant VP & Investment
Consultant, SunTrust Bank
Russ Vaughn What’s Inside
Financial Advisor, Wachovia
Sponsor Highlights............. 2-3 Macon Symphony ............. 4 Event Highlights ........... 7-11
Spotlight - Staples ..................2 Torch Club Clean-up ........ 4 Leadership Lunch .............. 7
Executive Assistant, GE Commercial Finance ........2 Monroe County ................. 5 Golf 2006 ............................ 7
Administration, Medical Center of
Coca Cola ................................2 Outreach to Girls.............. 5 Day for Kids ....................... 7
Brenda Youmas Honey Baked Ham .................3 Fire Prevention Week ...... 6 Clay 2006............................ 8
Partner, Edwards & Youmas Macon Civic Club....................3 Keystone Food Bank ........ 6 Reception 2007 .............. 9-10
CGR Credit Union ..................3 Healthy Smiles ................. 6
Department of Juvenile Justice Program Highlights............ 4-6 Golf 2007 - upcoming ....... 11
Math 24.................................. 4 WMTYK............................ 11
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Sponsor Spotlight - Staples
Lighting the Way - Torch Club Support
Staples, Inc. / Staples Foundation for the “Easy” button support Boys & Girls
Learning is a national sponsor of Boys & Clubs.
Girls Clubs Torch Clubs - a leadership
and service club for members ages 11- Nationally, Staples Foundation for
13. Learning supports the B&GC Torch
Clubs, leadership and service groups
Our local Staples has participated in for members ages 11-13. This program
national promotions as well as provided teaches youth teamwork and the
local based support. We are grateful to democratic process as they plan and
store manager, Harvey Eason, who calls execute projects involving service to
us for donations of school and office the Club, community, education, health
supplies and even office furniture. & fitness and recreation. expand our partnership to include
“I know that donations to the Boys & Staples renewed their support for activities with Club members.”
Girls Clubs are put to good use,” stated Torch Clubs in 2006 by committing to a Staples, Boys & Girls Clubs and Torch
Mr. Eason. “They are responsive and three-year $3 million grant. Clubs - Lighting the Way for Club
conscientious and I know that they are members to make their community a
appreciative of our support.” “Our partnership with Staples has
been so beneficial,” noted Mike Killen, better place.
Staples customers have also been able B&GCCG president. “We are grateful
to donate school supplies and sales of to their consistent support and hope to Pictured L-R: Mike Killen presented a plaque to
Harvey Eason recognizing Staples support.
Other Sponsor Highlights
Sponsor of the Quarter Review Sponsor of the Quarter Review
A gift from GE Commercial Finance allowed us to offer Coca Cola has been a Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Georgia
Money Matters, a financial literacy program, during 2006. It partner for over 30 years!
also allowed us to expand partnerships as we provided this
program at Rutland High School during the school day. A Most recently our partnership has been expanded even further
win / win situation. due to national development of the Triple Play program - a
collaboration of Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Kraft and
With the support of GE Commercial Finance, over 400 Club Coca-Cola. This well-being
members completed the Money Matters curriculum and will program focuses on developing
hopefully avoid some common finance problems since they healthy habits in three areas -
have learned the basics of money management. body, mind and soul.
The program takes a holistic
approach to educating Club
members about good nutrition,
physical fitness and developing
individual strengths and good
Right: Doyle Byrd receives a plaque at
the 2006 tournament recognizing Coca
Cola as a decade golf sponsor.
Ron Kovich, Systems Lead; Tammi Walker,
B&GCCG, and Virginia Cartmell-Martin, IFS National
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Honey Baked Ham Macon Civic Club
Here’s a story that shows The Macon Civic Club presented
several examples of the their 46th annual musical revue,
power of one. Sometimes Lipstick on Your Collar, in 2007.
just one action makes a big
The Civic Club used their Club
member’s talent to develop, produce
The day our summer and cast the show which included
newsletter went out we got song, dance and comedy
a phone call. Gisela Coley highlighted with spectacular
from Honey Baked Ham scenery, glamorous costumes and
(pictured) wanted to help us live music. As always, proceeds
with an additional from the show will benefit local
“Our national, passive We are grateful to be a recipient of
fundraising promotions help many organizations raise funds by past proceeds and were glad to help
selling gift certificates,” commented Ms. Coley. “After reading spread the word about this year’s show.
the newsletter, I knew the Boys & Girls Clubs was an
We hope that you were able to attend and mark you
organization I wanted to help.”
calendar to check for next year’s event in January 2008!
The fundraiser held in November and December, raised nearly
$1,800 to support teen programming. “This was a great
fundraiser for us,” noted Shane Spells, BGCCG Board chair. “It
didn’t take much time and was a win-win for everyone involved.
Donors got their certificates delivered to them, Honey Baked
Ham got increased sales and we earned money too.”
One donor noted that they doubled their order because they were
buying through Boys & Girls Clubs.
And, It Just Takes One...another donor received our email about
the fundraiser from a friend, through two forwarded emails -
called and ordered their company’s holiday employee gifts
($4,000 in certificates!!) through the promotion!
One person can change a life…can change America.
We look forward to partnering with Honey Baked Ham again Are you the one?
this year! Please keep us in mind as you plan your Thanksgiving
and Christmas gift certificate purchases.
A Loan with a Cause
CGR Credit Union (CGRCU) held its second annual
promotion in November 2006 to benefit BGCCG. For every
car loan processed in the month, CGRCU made a donation
“Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Georgia is such a fantastic
organization,” commented Arizona White, CGRCU’s
Director of Marketing & Business Development. “They are
making a significant difference in the lives of the young
people, who will be entering our workforce in a few years.
We are proud to offer our support.”
Thanks to Credit Union employees and member
participation $3,500 was raised to support BGCCG - a 50%
increase over the 2005 promotion!
Pictured: representing CGRCU: Arizona White; Shelia Bacchus, Branch
Manager; Sherry Belcher, CFO; and Jerry Jordan, President & CEO.
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Six Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Georgia Keystone Club
Hartley’s Math 24 Team - a great example of the positive members served as ushers for the Macon Symphony’s
results of school and Club collaboration. January 2007 Pops Concert held at the City Auditorium.
Keystone Club is a teen service club and members meet
In February 2006 they were the best in Bibb County. In May
regularly to plan and execute service projects to benefit
they won the state championship. Now they are recognized
their Club, school or community.
as 4th in the NATION!!
Team members are - 4th grade: Lexus Finney, Adonijah
Palmer, Tyreisha Hunt, Jessica Stallworth and 5th grade:
Versheka Jolly, Jalecia Jones, Jessica Whipple and Tyesha
The team, comprised of Club members, use their time in the
Club to hone their skills. “Club programs also help members
stay focused on the effort, build teamwork skills and
perseverance,” noted Ms. Woolfork, Math 24 advisor.
“I am encouraged to see how Club programs supplement and
reinforce the school day work,” commented Dr. Campbell,
principal of Hartley Elementary. “They not only engage
students, but they keep students and teachers excited about
Curious? Check our spring ‘06 newsletter for a sample math
The Riley Torch Club organized a campus beautification
project with a trash pick-up. Here are a few members
making a statement about litter before bagging it with the
help of volunteer, Barry Ficklin.
It’s About TIME...
64% of alumni said the Club helped them
set goals and pursue their dreams.
Louis Harris & Associates
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Expanding Services - Monroe County
Through partnership with Monroe Connection Coordinator. “We knew we “In addition to expanding our services,
County Board of Education and Monroe needed some after-school activities and these are our first Clubs in middle
County Fa mily Conn ection, we through volunteering with committee schools. This is a great way to reach
expanded our services with the addition work, I knew Boys & Girls Clubs was a teens and pre-teens by allowing them
of two Clubs. great organization.” their own space separate from the
elementary Club members.”
In the fall of 2006 Boys & Girls Clubs “The students at both middle schools -
opened in Banks Stephens and William though tentative at first - are really
Hubbard Middle Schools. enjoying the programs.” McLendon
commented. “This is a real
Boys & Girls Clubs and Monroe County opportunity for our youth.”
Schools took a gradual approach to
starting the after-school partnership so It is typical for teens and pre-teens,
staff would be well trained and excited who aren’t familiar with the Club, to
about integrating learning and see it as a place for young children.
enrichment activities during non-school And as a result we have been changing
hours. Now, with just over half a year our method of program delivery and
under our belt, operations are going member recruitment to attract more
smoothly. teens and pre-teens.
“We are excited to be able to offer these “This is a wonderful opportunity for
services to our youth,” noted Lisa us,” noted Natilyne Young, BGCCG
McLendon, Monroe County Family Board program committee chairperson.
Outreach to Girls
In celebration of Boys & Girls Club Week 2006 and in response
to a national initiative to provide more programs specifically
for girls, we held several “girls-only” events.
Club teens enjoyed tips on enhancing natural beauty at the
Club and then went to American Professional Institute for hair
styling and nail care before taking in a movie at Regal
Younger Club members enjoyed a National Pajama Party at
Camp Martha Johnston.
Both events served as a recruiting opportunity as each Club
member invited a friend. These were great opportunities to
practice social skills and develop new friendships.
Pictured top left: Karmen Foster, Mary Kay representative,
presented Essential Steps to Beauty.
Pictured bottom left: fun and games at camp.
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During Fire Prevention Week in October 2006, the Macon-
Bibb Fire Department visited with Club members and went
over fire safety. Members got life-saving information from
the fire safety presentation. But they loved getting a tour of
the equipment on the truck and seeing the fire-fighter’s suit
and gear and learning how it protects them in a fire.
They even got to try out the hose!
Firefighters who visited the Riley Club were, Captain
McClain, Private Johnson, Private Thompson, Private
Hunter and Private Chester.
As part of the Crest Healthy Smiles program and Cavity
Free Zone, Club members get instruction on oral hygiene
from volunteer Nikita Ferebee.
They also learn about healthy snacks and the correct way to
brush and floss. Here, a few members practice with supplies
they were given to take home.
Carl Thomas Keystone Club work on an on-going project
at the Middle Georgia Food Bank. Club members organize
and bag up food for elderly Food Bank clients.
Each time they organize the project to make efficient use of
time and resources. They take great care to avoid any
busted bags or damaged product. It is a great teamwork
They spend about an hour and a half on site and have a goal
of completing 100 bags an hour.
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First Leadership Luncheon 2006 Golf Tournament
We held our first Leadership Luncheon in celebration of Boys An occasion for recognition
& Girls Clubs Week in April 2006 which was well attended by
some of our corporate, political and community leaders. Our 10th golf tournament was held in June 2006. This was a
great time to recognize sponsors who had supported the golf
We were excited to have Ronnie Jenkins from Boys & Girls tournament for 10 years.
Clubs of America join us to speak about the national
Movement and to review the recently published Youth Report Our decade sponsors were: Coca Cola, Cox Communications,
to America. Our local results are still published on our Outback Steakhouse and Security Bank.
website if you’d like to see what’s on the minds of some of our
Two awards were also presented. Shawn Bresnahan, who
Middle Georgia youth.
served on the Board for 10 years was presented with the
We were honored to recognize Charles Jones with our National Medallion for unusually devoted service. Mr.
Lifetime Achievement Award for his extraordinary Bresnahan moved out of state right after the tournament, but
philanthropy in our community and its positive impact on the his passion for Boys & Girls Club work remains with us.
future of our youth.
Tammi Walker, BGCCG staff member, received the National
Professional Service Award for exemplary service.
Roz McMillan, B&GCCG Board chair, with Charles & Ves Jones.
The third Saturday in September has been
set aside to celebrate spending meaningful
time with children.
Thanks to the generosity of our event
sponsors we had a great celebration. Club
members and their families had a great
time at Starcadia and enjoyed refreshments from Coca Cola and Tacala /Taco Bell.
This year was additionally special as we presented our Lifetime Achievement
Award to a former Boys & Girls Clubs professional for his commitment to Middle
Lamar Geddis is dedicated to helping children succeed and has been involved with
a variety of state and local organizations that help children.
“In the presence of so many happy children,“ noted Mike Killen, B&GCCG
president, “we couldn't think of a more appropriate place to present this award to
Mr. Geddis.” Several in attendance made comments as to how Mr. Geddis had
made a difference in their lives.
Mr. Geddis made a few comments and noted how very touched he was to receive
the award and that it meant so much to be recognized for something he believes in
See our website (under special events) for a photo gallery of the day and to get
Lamar Geddis with wife, Lynda. at Day meaningful time tips! Visit the official Day for Kids site at www.dayforkids.org for
for Kids celebration. even more ideas.
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Clay Shoot Recap We appreciate our Title Sponsor -
Congratulations to Ron Williams of Imedia Group, our
committee chair, for leading a successful fundraiser. Our
2nd clay shoot saw participation double and an increase in
Special thanks to our repeat title sponsor - Cox
Communications. “Cox Communications is an extremely
generous corporate citizen,” commented Mr. Williams. “Boys
& Girls Club is grateful for their support and specifically
with the clay shoot. Their significant contribution is helping
to get a new fundraiser - that is full of potential - off the
We appreciate our fabulous committee & volunteers - We appreciate our Presenting Sponsors -
Ron Williams, chair, Bill Burriss, Tom Carter, JD Collins,
Sean Ferrell, Dianne Guilloud, Kendyl Jones, Mike Kane,
Shane Spells, Mike Van Wyck and Natilyne Young.
official prize sponsor
Cox Communications’ team enjoyed a day on the course.
We appreciate our Media Sponsors
A group of participants gather to show off their “Cox Connects Day” t-shirts.
Cox Connects Day is a national day of service - building communities from
the kids up!
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2007 Annual Meeting & Awards Reception
A celebration of commitment to youth and of future opportunities.
We were surrounded by friends and Michael Jones, vice president at
supporters at our annual meeting and Ken’s Audio-Video-Car Stereo, accepted
reception in January, where we Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s
installed new Board officers, reflected (BGCA) National Service to Youth
on a completed year, looked to visions Award. Ronnie Jenkins, BGCA’s
of the future and presented several Southeast Regional Service Center,
awards. presented the award commenting on
Mr. Jones’ passion and dedication to
Roz McMillan, 2006 Board chair, noted the youth of the Middle Georgia Special thanks to our event
two of our most notable community. He commented that it sponsors who made the evening a
accomplishments for 2006 were the takes people who roll up their sleeves, success!
formation of a partnership with share their expertise and offer
Monroe County Schools (see related • Alsco Servitex
financial support for causes they
story on page 5) and expanding believe in. Mr. Jones has certainly
• Carling Memorial Foundation
programs offered during the school day done that for us, he has been a friend • CGR Credit Union
with the Money Matters program at and supporter of BGCCG for 10 years. • Channel 14
Rutland High School. • Clark Media Services
Ron Williams, chairman of Imedia • Coca Cola
She also commented on the great Group, accepted our local Lifetime • Cox Communications
relationship that we enjoy with United Achievement Award which recognizes
Way and how grateful we are for their • Georgia Music
substantial contributions to the youth • Georgia Pine Level Foundation
support. of our community. Roz McMillan
• Imedia Group
We were honored to have two alumni presented the award noting that “Mr.
speak on our behalf, Curtis Swint and Williams’ was involved with the Boys &
Girls Clubs before they were so • Macon Civic Club
Cornelius Spencer. Each with a • Nextel
different perspective on Boys & Girls nationally recognized and that he has
worked behind the scenes in an untold • Outback Steakhouse
Clubs, but both grateful for their
number of ways to improve our • Publix
community.” • Rutherford Trophies
Award presentations: • Unforgettable
Sarah Miller, BGCCG staff member,
Our Youth of the Year Finalists received the National Professional
were presented and our 2007 Youth of Service Award for her devoted and
the Year was introduced. Kelvin exemplary service to the Club. Ms.
Jones, a freshman at Westside High Miller worked part-time in the Club
School, was selected to represent us at
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Roz McMillan, 2006 Board chair, with Michael & Wendy Jones and Ronnie
Roz McMillan, 2006 Board chair, with Dot & Ron Williams and Ronnie Jenkins.
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until she retired from the Bibb School system Youth of the Year Judges
with 30 years of experience and became a full
time staffer. Ms. Miller’s care has caused her to Event Committee
be loved and remembered by Club members. We are grateful to our Youth of
the Year judges’ panel for We appreciate your time!
We were humbled by the heartfelt comments
interviewing our candidates
made by the evening’s speakers and are grateful Tomieka Daniel
and making the tough decision -
that their experience with Boys & Girls Clubs Summer Greene
has created such a bond. After all, when all is Linda Carter, JCPenney
said and done, it is about people helping people. Kendyl Jones
Summer Greene, Beneficial
Mortgage Debbie Kitchens
We look forward to 2007 with great excitement
for the possibilities of reaching even more youth
Dominique Johnson, Mercer Shane Spells
and having a greater impact on our community.
University Beverly Wyche
Natilyne Young, Department of
Juvenile Justice and Board
Youth of the Year Finalists. Pictured: Roz McMillan, Kelvin Jones (Youth of the Year),
Mike Killen, BGCCG president & CEO, Brandon Brown, Christa Redding, Noelle Sarah Miller with husband, Jesse, and Ronnie Jenkins.
Davis, Christopher Lawrence, Celina Garcia (Jr. Youth of the Year) and Ronnie
Jenkins, representing BGCA.
A few quotes from Charles Richardson’s July 16, 2006 Macon Telegraph article
concerning the Carl Thomas Boys & Girls Club.
“Before you think, “what kid is going to study instead of play?” The answer is:
They have no choice.”
“It (the Club) gives structure and reinforces discipline and provides positive role
models for the children to see and emulate.”
Read the whole article in our summer ‘06 newsletter.
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Golf Tournament Coming Up WMTYK
River Forest, Monday, June 4
We’re More Than You Know - this is a public relations /
Planning for our 11th annual tournament is underway image building campaign comprised of six full page ads
under the leadership of Donnie Laurens from Fickling & published by Imedia Group.
Each ad gives some key points about a core program area
“We are looking forward to another great tournament,” and is sponsored by a company in support of BGCCG. If you
said Mr. Laurens. “We have a goal to increase our yard are interested in sponsorship please contact us.
marker sponsors this year. It is a great sponsor level for
companies who can’t play to get the benefit of some You can see the ads on our website - under the menu “We’re
recognition while supporting the Boys & Girls Clubs.” More Than You Know.” One ad in the series is shown below.
Thanks to some of our presenting partners: • Sports, Fitness & Recreation, sponsored by Dick's
Sporting Goods. (Nov/Dec 2006)
• Official Prize Sponsor --- Dick’s Sporting Goods • Education & Career Development, sponsored by
• Lunch --- Outback Steakhouse Beneficial Mortgage. (Jan/Feb 2007)
• Refreshments --- Coca Cola • Health & Life Skills - sponsored by Medical Center of
Central Georgia (Mar/Apr 2007)
• Breakfast items for AM group --- Publix
• Character & Leadership Development - available
• Printing --- Litho Press
• The Arts - available
• Marketing --- Cox Communications, Clark Media
• General overview - available
Service, Macon Telegraph, City Channel 14 & Imedia
Hole in One contest commitments so far:
• Riverside Kia
• Dick’s Sporting Goods
• Commercial Furnishings – Hawaii trip
• Butler Auto Group
You can visit our website for updates, to sign up and (thanks
to your feedback) to pay via secure credit card
Opportunities to help or participate:
• Be a marquee level sponsor with additional
recognition. We’ll be finalizing these soon!
• Be a signage sponsor at:
• $250 - yard marker
• $650 - combo: yard marker & team
• $1,500 - hole: sign at a tee & team
• Play the tournament - $500 / team
• Support our raffle by donating a raffle item. Bring
new customers into your business!
• Volunteer for tournament day - we’ll need help with
Help us expand.
our hole in one contest verifications – this is a ½ day or Please forward
full day commitment. It is a great time to enjoy the Please contact Tammi at 746-2430 or
this to friends or
day outside and catch up on some reading! check our website for details & updates
on items in our newsletter.
m a y b e
Tournament Details: www.bgccentralgeorgia.org
interested in our
• River Forest, Forsyth, Ga work!
• 4 person scramble Mailing Address
• 9 am & 2 pm shotgun starts PO Box 4431, Macon GA 31208
Administrative office - 478-743-4153