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WELCOME TO BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF CENTRAL WYOMING

OUR BEST SERVICES FOR YOUR KIDS

AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

Our 10 Club sites throughout Natrona, Johnson and Converse County are open when school is out!

After School

SUMMER CAMP

We have planned a summer filled with adventure that includes daily learning activities, weekly field trips and nonstop fun!

Summer Camp

TEEN CLUBS

Two Clubs just for teens! Whether you go to Dean Morgan, or come to the Main Teen Club, there's a place for you.

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 3 counties in Wyoming

Thousand Wyoming youth served every year

BGCCW Staff Members

Programs to keep youth active and engaged

IT Matters: An Initiative to Provide Necessary Technology to Youth

WHAT OUR PARENTS ARE SAYING

“I needed a safe place for my daughter to stay, do homework and eat dinner until I could pick her up after work. Knowing that the Club bus picks her up everyday after school and gets her to the Club has been a lifesaver for me.”

NJ

Parent

Boys & Girls Club has been a welcoming and accommodating place for our children. You have taught our boys about responsibility with school work and personal choices. It is very consoling to know our children are safe, happy and taken care of when they are at the club.

The Byrds

Chris at the (Main Club) front desk is always friendly, courteous and very helpful. She is always willing to help with my many calls. She is amazing!

Anonymous

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Dubois Awards & Recognition Breakfast

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August 13, 2020

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16th Annual Foss Motors Country Golf Classic

08/28/2020

Join us for a fun day of golf and support the youth of Wyoming! Date: Friday, August 28th, 2020 Time: Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. followed by a shotgun start at 9:00 a.m. Where: Casper Country Club 4149 Country Club Rd, Casper, WY 82609 EVENT DETAILS: 5-person team: $990 or $860 early-bird if you register by ...

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Club is Back!

  After 12 weeks of being closed for the safety of members and their families, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming (BGCCW) is re-opening just in time for summer camp! Casper Mayor Steve Freel has declared Monday, June 8, 2020 as Boys & Girls Clubs Day to mark the re-opening.  The COVID-19 global ...

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Guided By Code of the West, Students Pen Award Winning Essays

      A Natrona County High School student’s letter to her late father, who was gunned down six years ago, earns her the top prize at the American Dream Essay Contest. Nyara Douglas receives a total of $5,300.00 for her essay titled “Letter of Truth”. Her writing tells of how she is healing by ...

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COVID-19 Action Plan

    Dear Parent, Our commitment to keeping the young people we serve safe is always our number one priority. Following the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, it’s important that you know the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming is doing everything possible to keep your child, our staff and volunteers protected from its spread. ...

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Ask a Question… to Save a Life

It is taking our youth at alarming rates. Suicide is the leading cause of death for young adults ages 15-24 in Wyoming. Since 1996, Wyoming has been ranked among the top five states in the nation with the highest suicide rate. In 2018, Wyoming remained 2nd in the nation. (www.suicidology.org) Consider these facts: In 2018, ...

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What Technology Means to Today’s Youth

  In 2020, there will be 1.4 million tech jobs available, but only 4,000 students will graduate with computer science degrees. Access to technology will determine the future employment of this generation. It’s up to us to prepare the next generation so that they can be successful, employable citizens in our community. The job market ...

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KWHS Senior Wins State Youth of the Year Title 

  A member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming has won the State Youth of the Year Competition. Brentan Brown, 17, was awarded the state title Tuesday, February 11 at the State Capitol in Cheyenne. As the state winner, Brentan receives a full scholarship to the University of Wyoming (supplement to Hathaway) ...

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Win A Classic Mercedes Convertible

  Casper – You can have a chance to win a classic Mercedes convertible. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming is excited to announce that at this year’s Reverse Raffle & Auction, those who support the Building Connections Campaign through the Impact Auction will receive a chance to win a 1980 Mercedes Benz ...

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Staff Star: Zach Powell

“Not only has Zach filled many roles, but he also does so with an unbelievable mindset of doing each job at the highest level possible! He is always willing to do what is needed for our members and the organization as a whole, and is unbelievably deserving to be this quarters staff star!”   – ...

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Making Holidays Bright – Holiday Card Contest Winners

We know that Christmas is brighter through the eyes of a child. We see this exemplified when we tasked Club members to create a Christmas card. The wonderment, imagination, and magic that children see in this holiday are evident through their artwork. We hope this extends a sense of joy and love towards our families, ...

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The Future – I.T. Matters

  The long-awaited moment has finally come: renovation has taken way on the new Susie McMurry Technology Center! The project will add 2,300 sq ft to the Main Club on East K Street, expanding the number of children served from 48 to 90. There will be maker spaces for robotics, digital arts, and electronic media, ...

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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
EIN: 23-7060727

Partners

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