Did you catch us at the parade last weekend? We were having such a great time!✨️🎄🎶✨️
Thanks for visiting BGCV!
Thanks to The Junior League of Victoria, Texas, Inc. for your generous donation! Brittany Rodriguez, Community Vic President JLV 2021-2022 Community Assistance Fund grant
Thank you Investar Bank for the donation of school supplies
Thank You TDECU for the donation of school supplies
The Honorable Congressman Michael Cloud visits Boys & Girls Clubs of Victoria
With Meals on Wheels demand up, Victoria kids lend a hand (w/video) By Mark Rosenberg – Jul 29, 2021 After 36 years working in Victoria schools as a cafeteria manager, Minnie Reyes retired in 2014 to care for her husband Domingo, who had recently suffered a stroke that left him partially paralyzed. When a home…
We dyed eggs, had happy meals from McDonalds ,relay races in gym, and an Easter egg hunt! They earned tickets to spend in Easter store where they picked prizes. Big thanks to EZMAX Loans Victoria for donations of Easter baskets for all our Boys & Girls Club members. Happy Easter everyone
Thank you United Way of the Crossroads and Toys for Tots for generously helping us this year with gifts to shower the children 🎄🎁 Christmas just wouldn’t be the same without the support of our community! Pictured with Mrs. Lynette (Director) is Brooke Garcia of United Way.
Support the Boys and Girls Club of Victoria in this fundraiser. Sponsor a ducks for us! We get a dollar for every duck purchased for our team Boys & Girls Clubs of Victoria. Solo duck – 1 for $5 Quack Pack – 6 for $25 (Buy 5, get 1 free) Flock of Ducks – 25…
CANCELLED: SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 2020 $125 Individual | $400 Team of 4 Victoria Country Club 14 Spring Creek Rd Victoria, TX 77904 Advance Payment Required by June 13 For more information contact Johnny Alegria (361-676-3873) or Ronnie Glover (615-810-5165) To pay by CC or debit, call the BGCV at 361-573-4411
Children learn leadership, social skills through Boys and Girls Club trips
By Amber Aldaco
Branden Kirby steadily and carefully applied a wide paintbrush over the side of a locker outside the Children’s Discovery Museum of the Golden Crescent, making sure purple paint covered every spot on the locker.
The 11-year-old had never painted a locker or building before this summer, and though the weather Thursday afternoon was hot and muggy, Branden didn’t mind the work.
“It’s actually fun. We get to help people and we learn to be independent,” Branden said.
For the past several weeks, children in the summer camp program at the Boys and Girls Club of Victoria have learned about community service, leadership skills, responsibility, and social skills.
Most of the children are 8 years old through middle school. said Nicki Hagel, the education coordinator.
”We want to be able to instill in the children the kind of qualities (that) make a good leader and to make good choices and have the children asked themselves the question, ‘”What kind of person do l hope to become?” Hagel said.
At Boys & Girls Clubs of Victoria , Child Safety is Job No. 1 Ensuring child safety is fundamental to the mission of Boys &Girls Clubs of Victoria. The Safety and Wellbeing of Young People is Our Number One Priority. We work every day to create a safe, fun environment so kids can have every opportunity…
Save the date! Lowe’s In-Store Donation Campaign Sept. 19 – Oct. 31 Thank you, Lowe’s, for helping us fund programs towards the mentoring of our local youth! Please if you have the time, please donate in-store, $1, $5, or $10. A little goes a long way and we appreciate every little bit of it.