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WELCOME TO BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL WYOMING

OUR BEST SERVICES FOR YOUR KIDS

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

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

After School

SUMMER CAMP

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

Summer Camp

TEEN CENTER

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

Teens

SPORTS LEAGUES

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

Sports Leagues

BUSSING

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

FOOD AND SNACKS

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

Sites throughout Natrona and Converse County

Thousand Wyoming youth served every year

BGCCW Staff Members

Programs to keep youth active and engaged

OUR EVENTS

Don't miss our upcoming events

23
Jul

Glenrock Fore the Kids Golf Tournament

Glenrock Golf Course 911 W Grove St, Glenrock, WY 82637
8:00
07/23/2016

Inaugural Glenrock Boys & Girls Club Fore the Kids Golf Tournament   Date: Saturday, July 23rd, 2016 Time: Golf tournament starts at 8 a.m. Lunch and ball drop to follow immediately after play. Where: Glenrock Golf Course 911 W Grove St, Glenrock, WY 82637 (307) 436-5560 EVENT DETAILS: Team entry fee: $300 or $75 per ...

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30
Aug

18th Annual Awards & Recognition Breakfast

Casper Events Center, Wyoming
6:30 - 9:00
08/30/2016

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In Her Own Words: My Youth of the Year Journey

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Boys & Girls Clubs in Central Wyoming and Big Horns to Join Forces

After more than six months of collaboration, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming (BGCCW) and the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Big Horns (BGCBH) plan to come together in a merger that would bring the two Big Horns Clubs under the operation of the Central Wyoming organization. The boards of both organizations ...

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Brian McCarthy

“It is an honor to be able to work with our community, parents, and many of the children in it every day. It is truly amazing what we accomplish together every day and it is humbling to be a part of this organization and be able to work with such talented staff.” Brian McCarthy, Main ...

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Teens Make Pledge to Graduate

In Wyoming, twenty percent of high schoolers will not graduate on time or graduate at all. To keep a cap and gown as a goal, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming utilizes the “Graduate for Mas” program through the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens. This program encourages teens to make a pledge to ...

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Life Skills from the Kitchen

“If the recipe calls for one and a half cups and we want to double the recipe, how many cups would we use?” Miss Melissa asks her young chefs.   Ten kids stand in the kitchen with their aprons tied around their waists and their hands freshly washed. The kids are members of the Glenrock ...

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Rocky Mountain Power Invests in Youth

Nine-year-old Jacob and his friends know that engaging in risky behaviors can change their lives and that prescription drugs can be harmful and addictive if misused. They, along with 80 other youth, learned this and many other lessons as part of SMART Moves programming at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming, Glenrock Branch. ...

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Let’s “Glow” to Teen Night at the Club

A glow will be emitting from the Boys & Girls Club of Central Wyoming at the next Teen Night.  All teenagers are invited to Glow in the Dark Night on Friday, April 29 from 7 – 11 p.m. This event is FREE of charge and is open to all youth ages 13-18.   Some of ...

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Casper Teen Awarded for Essay

A Natrona County High School Senior has the winning entry for the American Dream Essay Contest. Lily Lower received a total of $5,300 for her essay titled “Let Life Be”. It was chosen as the top entry out of more than 600 essays submitted in the statewide competition.     Calbi Ausmann from Newcastle received ...

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Bringing Clay to Life

The characters have taken their places within their scenes. It’s almost time to roll the cameras on this movie set. This is no ordinary shoot though. The characters are all made out of clay sculpted by elementary kids and the sets are small scale created with cardboard, colored paper and other miscellaneous craft supplies. Club ...

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Intergalactic Exploration

When Ms. Amanda brought out the Oreo cookies one Tuesday afternoon, the kids thought they were getting a special snack. It was a treat, not for their tummies, but for their minds. The Mills site director had plans to use the popular sandwich cookies to represent the moon, shaping them to demonstrate its different phases. ...

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Contact us

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

Partners

Community Learners Centers
Natrona County Prevention Coalition
United Way of Natrona County