Welcome to our Alumni & Friends Page!

We all have moments that shape us.  Parts of our lives that make us who we are.  For some, that was their time at the Boys & Girls Clubs.

That’s why we are launching an Alumni & Friends Club.  Maybe you attended the Club and your Club experience helped define who you are or maybe you know how critical it is to support today’s youth.  Either way, you can make a difference through Alumni & Friends.

We Have Awesome Alumni!

In celebration of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County’s through the years we are highlighted some of our amazing alumni.  Our goal is to highlight Alumni and their accomplishments monthly.

If you are a Club Alum,  know of one we should feature or would like to enroll in our Alumni & Friends Club  let us know.    It’s simple, email  mlucas@bgcyellowstone.org

Follow our interview series below.

Morgan started coming to the Club in the 5th grade, she was later a staff member, and now in her 4th year of medical school!  

Please enjoy reading Morgan’s story.

Mychal was a Club kid,  later a staff member, and now a nurse! 

Please enjoy reading Mychal’s story.

Craig was an early Club member and says the Club saved him in so many ways. 

Please enjoy reading Craig’s story.

Lloyd was one of our early Club participants. 

Please enjoy reading Lloyd’s story.

Dan was a Club member in the late 70s, when there was a boxing club!

Please enjoy reading Dan’s story.

Kristi was one of our staff members after she completed college, now she is a teacher at Beartooth Elementary. 

Please enjoy reading Kristi’s story.

Jaymi was one of our staff members over three summers in the 90s. 

Please enjoy reading Jaymi’s story.

Bethany was a Club kid, Youth of the Year and a staff member. 

Please enjoy reading Bethany’s story.

Jase is not only a valued member of our staff, but was also a Club kid.

Please enjoy reading Jase’s story.

David was a Club kid when it was known as the Southside Club.

Please enjoy reading David’s story.

Bernadete was a Bair Family Club kid in
1988, remembering checkers etc…

Please enjoy reading Bernadete’s story.

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