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Summer Programs from the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix

Keep kids busy this summer thanks to the Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix.

It’s non-stop fun with a purpose! Our camps were developed to provide 1st-12th students a full summer of awesome activities and enriching experiences: Sports and games, art projects, educational opportunities, technology access and skill building, social events, field trips and more! 352 more words

Youth

Youth of the Year nominee Cynthia Vasquez

Cynthia Vasquez entered the Tri-City West/Thornwood Branch of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix  as a shy middle schooler.

Now, with the help of the club, Vasquez has become a confident young woman. 316 more words

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Youth of the Year nominee Sarabeth Estrada

After her parents’ divorce, Sarabeth Estrada quickly became a mother figure for her younger siblings.

At the Jerry & Helen Wisotsky/Peoria Branch of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix, she found a place where she could still be a kid. 278 more words

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Youth of the Year nominee Sorendy Ramirez

Before Sorendy Ramirez walked into the I.G. Homes Branch of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix, she was nervous around other people. 416 more words

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Youth of the Year nominee Destini Ward

Sixteen-year-old Destini Ward was diagnosed with spina bifida as an infant, but that hasn’t slowed her down. She has overcome debilitating pain and physical limitations to become the strong and confident young woman she is today. 306 more words

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Youth of the Year nominee Martha Ramirez

From the day a then 12-year-old Martha Ramirez cut the ribbon to open the Ed Robson Family Branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix… 357 more words

Arizona

Youth of the Year nominee Beylul Woldebruk

Beylul Woldebruk began attending the Harry & Sandy Rosenzweig Branch of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix when she was 12 years old. Initially, she came almost daily, looking for a safe place in her neighborhood where she could meet new people. 328 more words

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