Our 6 Club sites throughout Natrona and Converse County are open when school is out!

After School


We're convinced - this summer will be the BEST SUMMER EVER. With daily learning activities, weekly field trips and nonstop fun!

Summer Camp


A place just for teens! The Main Club features a Club just for teens ages 13-18.



After school and summer sports all year long! Stay active and have fun with basketball, t-ball, flag football and more!

Sports Leagues


With the NCSD bus hub service, now our members can go to any one of our Casper locations.


We provide over 130,000 free meals and healthy snacks to our members every year keeping them energized and focused.





Youth Change Workshop

Casper, WY

Register for the Youth Change workshop brought to you by Cowboy Ethics program at BGCCW. August 27-28 in Casper, WY

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17th Annual Awards & Recognition Breakfast

Casper Events Center, Wyoming
6:30 - 9:00


Sites throughout Natrona and Converse County

Thousand Wyoming youth served every year

BGCCW Staff Members

Programs to keep youth active and engaged



When School’s Out, Clubs Are In

Children who attend after school programming at the Boys & Girls Clubs are showing that they often have better attitudes about school. That’s according to the latest findings from the National Youth Outcomes Initiative. Set up your children for academic success by giving them the opportunities the Boys & Girls Clubs provide daily. With five ...

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Popp Receives Regional Honors

The Chief Financial Officer for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming has received regional honors for her dedication to the mission of the Clubs and the national movement. Brandy Popp was named “Administrator of the Year” at the recent Southwest Region Leadership Conference in Albuquerque, NM. The southwest region covers eight states and ...

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McDonald’s Hosts Exclusive Party for Summer Readers

A select group of kids will be treated to a party at McDonald’s for spending time in the pages of a book this summer. Eighty-five kids from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming have completed eight hours of reading in the summer reading program at the Club. Sponsored in part by Casper area ...

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It’s All in the Journey

On his latest flight home from a long June weekend in Atlanta, Danny Villalobos says “I wish I could do this all over again.” As the Wyoming State Youth of the Year, Danny was one of nearly a hundred other Youth of the Year (YOY) candidates from Boys & Girls Clubs from across the nation ...

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STAGE Builds Characters

“Can I wear pink boots?” “Can I wear flip flops?” “What about these earrings?” “Will this shirt work?” After receiving costume instructions from their student teachers, the cast fired off a battery of questions. The young actors are from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming. They are gathered in a small theater space ...

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Making Healthy Choices a Habit

Making healthy choices now can lead to habits that last a lifetime. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming is offering a program to teach young people about eating right and being physically active. Healthy Habits is offered each Thursday at all Club sites. The program equips youngsters with skills to adopt healthier habits ...

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Casper Couple Quietly Moves Mountains

He works with numbers, she with words. Together Larry and Margo Bean are a dynamic couple who have spent the better part of four decades making a difference in their community and on a global level. The Beans are the honorees for the 17th Annual Awards and Recognition Breakfast hosted by the Boys & Girls ...

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Daniels Fund Invests in Building Young Leaders

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming announced today that it has received a generous investment from the Daniels Fund to support youth programming. The $205,000 grant will fund programs that provide positive outcomes in the areas of leadership, citizenship, ethics and character, and mentoring for youth within the Club. Recent data shows that ...

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Denver Nuggets Youth Basketball Camp

    Youth can learn basketball basics and techniques from the pros this summer as the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming welcomes the Denver Nuggets back to Casper.   The Denver-based NBA team is currently accepting registrations for its summer youth basketball camp to be held at the Boys & Girls Clubs of ...

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Cameco Donation Provides Safe Computer Access

To be successful beyond graduation, today’s youth need to be armed with skills that will prepare them for an ever-changing modern society. A generous investment from Cameco has provided valuable tools and resources for the Boys & Girls Club of Glenrock. A $20,000 grant from the world’s largest uranium producer has turned into the Cameco ...

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Main Club
1701 E "K" St.
Casper, WY 82601
Club number: 307.234.2456
Program Support: 307.235.4079

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Honoring a deserving Casper couple, naming the 2015-2016 Youth of the Year, and giving out The Try Award highlight the 17th Annual Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming Award and Recognition Breakfast.

More than 1,200 supporters attended the annual breakfast at the Casper Events Center on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015. As a major fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming, the community stepped up in a big way for youth with a preliminary total of over $951,000.00 in donations.

“We are humbled and overwhelmed by the continued generosity of this community and honored to be trusted to provide a safe place for the youth of Central Wyoming,” said Ashley Bright, chief executive officer, BGCCW. “It is only through this kind of support are we able to make a difference and instill hope in so many kids.”

The event honored Margo and Larry Bean, a Casper couple who have dedicated their lives by extending their help to a variety of projects and organizations both locally and globally.

Wyoming sculptor, Chris Navarro honored the late Mick McMurry with a special bronze given to his widow Susie McMurry.

Receiving special recognition was another Casper couple and Club parents, Terry and Lori Jackson who were presented “The Try” Award. The Jacksons have worked to instill the idea of “The Try” in the 130 kids they’ve fostered over the last eight years.

In addition, Natrona County High School junior Amber Bennett was announced as the 2015-2016 Central Wyoming Youth of the Year, winning a $5,000 Ruth R. Ellbogen Education Award.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming serves thousands of youth annually at five sites in Casper and one site in Glenrock.
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Honoring a deserving Casper couple, naming the 2015-2016 Youth of the Year, and giving out The Try Award highlight the 17th Annual Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming Award and Recognition Breakfast...

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Congratulations to the 2015-2016 Central Wyoming Youth of the Year, Amber Bennett.

The Natrona County High School Junior wins a $5,000 Ruth R. Ellbogen Education Award and the chance to compete for the state title in February.

Amber calls the Club her safe place where she can be herself, can hang out with friends and pursue her passion for art.
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