Building Great Futures, One Day at a Time

A Phased Reopening

The Boys & Girls Club of Kingsville understands that the COVID-19 Pandemic may effect our community in a variety of ways. It is vitally important to us that the entire community remain safe during this time. That is why we are dedicated to following the Federal, State, and Local guidelines throughout the reopening process. To stay up to date with news regarding the club, add us on Facebook: @BGCKingsville. To stay up to date wit information about the COVID-19 virus and how to best protect yourself and your family, visit the World Health Organization's (WHO) website, The Center for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) website, and other state or local health departments.

 

We have planned a phased reopening of after school care beginning September 28th as our local school districts return to in person instruction. We have set strict precautions to protect the safety of our members, their schools, and our community. For questions about this phased reopening, contact the club at 361-592-2100.

 

The Boys & Girls Club of Kingsville would also like to invite any youth in our community to check out the My.Futures website with lots of fun games, activities, and programs that can be done at home or at the club.

Mayor's Golf Tournament

The Boys & Girls Club of Kingsville is pleased to announce that our 2020 Mayor's Golf Tournament will be October 31, 2020. Please contact the Club at 361-592-2100 for details on how you can participate.

A Positive Place for Kids

Boys & Girls Clubs provide a safe way to learn and grow in a fun environment. Children build ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals through life-enhancing programs and character development experiences.

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