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The Kevin Oliver Memorial Leadership Award

The Kevin Oliver Memorial Leadership Award was established in 2014 to help recognize one youth each year who demonstrates the virtues of courage, perseverance, and humility, as exemplified in good character & leadership. This annual award, dedicated to the memory of Kevin Oliver, is given to the County-nominated Youth of the Year, as a way of enabling their participation in the State Youth of the Year program, and providing the opportunity for continued growth & maturation.

This yearly memorial of Kevin Oliver, recognizing his passion for the youth of Skagit County, and his dedication to personal improvement, was awarded to Kyla Whiton, to help cover the trip costs to Seattle & Olympia for the State Youth of the Year program. As we reflect on the purpose and impact of this Leadership Award, we are thrilled to see such a great return on the gracious support of the Olivers. Kyla’s performance throughout the process of preparing for Youth of the Year, and her hard work throughout the competition– is the best fulfillment of the Award’s purpose. We celebrate with the Olivers, all those who have contributed to the Award, with Kyla, and with all our Board, staff, and partners about the the opportunities for #GreatFutures that have been created.

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Club Closures

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(2/11/18 – 7:49 am)

Club Operations Update for 2/11/18:

Administration Office: CLOSED. Staff are available via their regular extensions through call forwarding and are working remotely.

Anacortes: CLOSED

Concrete: If evening activities are canceled by the Concrete School District, there will be no Club, and all youth should take their normal bus home. If evening transportation IS available, the Club will be open until the late buses leave at 5:30 pm. We expect this information following the morning bus run.

LaVenture: OPEN

Mount Baker: OPEN

Mount Vernon: Closing at 5:00 pm.

Sedro-Woolley: Closing at 5:30 pm. Dinner will be served.

All Parents: Please pick up your Club members as soon as possible so staff can be sent out as numbers drop in facilities. We expect to see another storm roll in and would like to get people back home before it gets too bad.

(2/11/18 – 7:49 am)

Anacortes Winter Wonderland

Anacortes teens hosted a fun and festive booth at the Winter Wonderland Walk in Washington Park, Anacortes in the beginning of December. A team of teens from the Boys & Girls Club worked with staff to design and decorate a campsite to share with the community. The event is a free holiday event hosted by the Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Anacortes and is supported by local businesses, service groups and community members. Each group decorates a campsite in Washington Park to share the holiday spirit with winter enthusiast who stroll through to admire the displays with hot chocolate and flashlights in hand. The theme of the Boys & Girls Club display with The Grinch and was enjoyed by members young and old!

Anacortes Arts Explosion

The Anacortes Boys & Girls Club has their creative juices flowing in the art arena! The Art Center has been beautifying their space and creating an array of work in a variety of medias. Members have been enjoying some out of the box thinking and new ideas during their time in the Art Center.

The Teen Center recently partnered with Kate Clark from the Anacortes Museum to create collages using vintage letters, postcards and publications. Then they’re framing their art using vintage frames. The next project they look forward to tackling with Kate is revamping a wall mural in the Teen Center.

 

 

Youth of the Month November 2018

 

Boy of the Month Christian O, age 6

Christian is a Kindergartener at Little Mountain elementary. He is one of our new members this year at the start of the school year. Christian is a bright kid and when he smiles it brings a smile to others. Christian is our boy of the month for his willingness to engage and encourage others in the program

Girl of the Month Julia R, age 9

Julia is in 4th grade and attends Jefferson Elementary. Julia has a great bubbly attitude and likes to check in with staff. You can usually find Julia in the art room. She also enjoys Positive Action which teaches kids that their emotions are affected by what they choose to do and Power hour where she gets her homework.

Power hour All-Star  George W, age 8

George is in 3rd grade and attends Lincoln Elementary. He has been a Club Member the summer before his 1st-grade year. George makes sure to come to Power Hour each day, working on homework or reading.

Artist of the Month Chloe C, age 8

Chloe attends Jefferson Elementary and is currently a 3rd grader. She has been a Club member since spring of 2018. Chloe attends art every day that it is open, Chloe likes to make customized artwork for friends, family, and staff.

Triple Play MVP Adrian N, age 7

Adrian attends Jefferson Elementary and is currently in 2nd grade. He has started attending the Club just this year. Adrian can usually be found participating in Triple Play which is our physical game program. He can be seen actively helping others join in a program and helps promote games when we are preparing to head outside.

Anacortes September Youth of the Month

Anacortes Boys & Girls Club celebrated our September Youth of the Month last week! We are excited to kick off the school year by recognizing some of our outstanding members. These members have been positive role models, helpful individuals and a load of FUN this month!

Sarafina Dunlap- Teen September Youth of the Month
Alaea Cerrillo- September Triple Play MVP
Charlee Carr- September Girl of the Month
Cameron Chinchen- September Art All-Star
Jerry Castro- September Boy of the Month
Elijah Howell- September Homework All-Star
Jordan Fratianni- September Chef of the Month

 

Youth of the Month – October

Boy of the Month Landon A 

Landon is a Kindergartener that attends Centennial Elementary. He started coming to the Club this year and has been a really great role model for other members. 

Girl of the Month Laykin B

Laykin is attending Washington Elementary school and is currently a 2nd grader. Laykin participates in a wide range of programs at the Club and has even gotten some members who tend not to join a program to participate with her. She does everything with a smile.

Power hour All-Star Isaias B 

Isaias is currently in 3rd Grade and is attending Madison Elementary @Harriet Rowley. This is his second year at the Club. When you walk into the learning center you can usually find Isaias there getting work done. After he’s finished he likes to hang out with his friends in the game rooms.

Triple Play MVP Elijah M

Elijah is currently a fifth grader and attends Madison Elementary @Harriet Rowley. He has been attending the Club for 5 years starting the summer he turned 6. Elijah is a great role model for the younger members as he comes prepared to go to Football after he is done at the Club.

Artist of the Month Alina A

Alina is currently in second grade and attends Lincoln Elementary. Alina has been attending the Club for 2 years. you can see Alina in the art room creating some amazing artwork with a smile on her face.