I suspect I am not the only person to draw comparisons between 2021 and Bill Murray’s classic movie Groundhog Day. As my family put up our Christmas Tree and our other Christmas traditions get underway, I find myself hopeful that we will soon “wake up;” instead of re-living another Groundhog Day and 2022 will be filled with healing and opportunity.
It is my Christmas Wish that our Club Members, their Families, our Team, and the entire Community find some respite in 2022 to heal from the challenges of the past two years and that we can look forward with confidence to a year full of hope and GREAT opportunity!
I also find my heart filled with gratitude as I reflect about the incredible support the Club has received and the relentless commitment of our team, which has consistently delivered a world-class daily experience despite the ever-changing obstacles. Those who need us most, who call the Boys & Girls Club home each day afterschool and during the summer, are indeed very fortunate to live in a community where so many are so committed to ensuring they have the hope and opportunities so they can find their own path forward to a GREAT FUTURE.
So, as we all prepare to celebrate another Christmas season, I say thank you for everything you each have done or will do in the future to help the Boys & Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County provide more for those who need us most.