On January 23rd, 2018, Liam Wilson, 17, was named this year's Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County Youth of the Year. A South African transplant, Wilson has overcome great change and huge challenges over the years but has always been able to count on the Boys & Girls Clubs as a constant in his life. Today, he attends Bellingham Technical College as the youngest member of the geomatic engineering program.
The Boys & Girls Club of Whatcom County in partnership with Mt. Baker School District intend to submit an application to the Washington Deptartment of Education for a 21st CCLC grant. The grant will support an academic-focused after school program for students at Kendall Elementary and Mt. Baker Junior High School. If you have an comments on the proposed program, please contact Heather Powell, email@example.com. A copy of the application will be available for public review after submittal at the Administrative Offices of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County.
Career & Leadership Mentors will coach a pair of LIT's to support them as they explore their skills and interests for one hour a week!
Leader in Training (LIT) is for teens ages 13-18, the program will include career exploration and development, leadership skill-building, team building, career and leadership mentoring, paired with hands-on delivery of service to youth and Club activity time, for a summer of learning and FUN!
The Leaders in Training Program will include career exploration and development, leadership skill-building, team building, career and leadership mentoring, paired with hands-on delivery of service to youth and Club activity time, for a summer of learning and FUN!
On October 1st, 2016 the inaugural Frere Lane Linville Sorensen Memorial softball tournament presented by Iron Street Printing was held at Ferndale’s Pioneer Park.
The tournament, a fundraiser benefiting the Boys and Girls club of Whatcom County, featured 10 local teams and raised $1000.00 for the Clubs. It was organized by a group of friends who grew up playing Boys and Girls club rec league, played through high school, and some into college.
FERNDALE, LET’S GET READY TO TOSS!
The second annual Cornhole Tournament Weekend benefitting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County will begin Friday night with a Kids Cornament (or warmup for some parents) at the Clubhouse. Then Saturday, October 22nd the adults throw down for WORLD CHAMPION bragging rights.
President of Louis Auto Glass, Rick Adelstein, is the new chairman for our Great Futures fundraising campaign! Thank you Rick for being a long time supporter of our organization and this community!
September 17, 2017 5:00 PM at our Lynden Clubhouse
Community BBQ and games including Minute to Win It, Giant Jenga, Dodgeball, Carpetball and more.
Tickets are $5.00 per person and can be purchased at the Lynden Clubhouse or