Boys & Girls Club of the Siskiyous E-Newsletter

Dear Parents and Guardians of the Boys & Girls Club of the Siskiyous:

We have started 2018 at full speed with new programs and new members. Three of our most exciting programs are Torch Club on Wednesdays for 6th through 8th grades, where they learn leadership skills and spend time helping the community; Passport to Manhood, where boys discuss issues important and unique to them; and Smart Girls, a similar program for girls. 

Our garden program has already begun and is seeing results! Sunflower seeds that were planted January 1st have begun to sprout.

Supper Club is going well and meals are served during Power Hour, while snacks are provided later for those who stay.  Many of the meals and snacks are prepared by members in our cooking class.  As part of our Guest Chef program, Chef Steve Hector from Mt. Shasta Pastry came to the Club and taught the 6th, 7th and 8th graders how to make omelets. Thanks Steve!

School is out on Mondays, February 12 and 19, but the Club is open from 1 to 7pm. Hope to see you there!

We would like to thank those parents and others who have donated so generously to the Club, both financially and in-kind. BGCS now has a piano, many new art supplies, an air hockey table, and more materials for other programs. Our Club is lucky to have supporters like you!

If you have any questions about our programs or anything about the Club please don't hesitate to ask me or any of our dedicated staff.


Noam Zimin, Executive Director
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Siskiyous

Registration is
 OPEN for members to join the Club! Grades 2nd grade - 8th grade.
 Simply download and print the form below to register a member. Registration forms must be completed in full, and can be submitted in a variety of ways:

By Mail to:
PO Box 223
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067

Scan and E-Mail to info@bgcsiskiyous.org
If sending digitally, membership fee can be paid online here. Please be sure to include your child's name in the "Member(s) Name" field. Please include all children if registering more than one.

Submit in Person: At our office, located at 803 Cedar St. Mt. Shasta, CA 96067

Application in English
AplicaciĆ³n en EspaƱol 


VolunteerVolunteer to Make the Difference
In the Life of a Child     

Have a special skill? Some time to give? Nothing makes a larger impact on a child than having a positive adult to look up to. No matter if it is 1 hour a week, 4 hours every day, or even just something special for 1 time only, Boys & Girls Club volunteers make a huge impact on Members. Contact Noam if you're interested in volunteering at noam@bgcsiskiyous.org
Fulfill an Item on Our Wish List      

Doing some autumn cleaning? Have an item below that just needs to get used? Inspired to help the Club so we have everything needed to serve kids?

Donate something from our Wish List!
Please contact the Club at info@bgcsiskiyous.org if you have something you would like to donate.
Program Supplies
Arts & Crafts
   - Paper ( construction paper, printer paper, lined paper, cardstock paper, sketching paper )
   - Crayons, markers & colored pencils
   - Paints( watercolor, tempera oil pastels and small containers for paint  
   - Paint brushes, chubby brushes
   - Fabrics
   - Chalk
   - Glue ( Elmer's, glue sticks, hot glue sticks )
   - Play Dough, pottery clay
(and tools--rolling pins, cookie cutter etc)
   - Lap chalkboards or whiteboards with erasers
   - Masking tape, Scotch tape
   - Sewing machine
    - Kobalt utility knife blades

School Supplies
   - Notebooks
   - Pens & Pencils
   - Calculator
Games & Toys 
Sports Equipment
   - Basketballs
   - Footballs
   - Soccer balls
   - Rubber playground balls
   - Flag Football set
   - Cones
   - Frisbees
   - Bocce ball set

 - Board Games
 - Nintendo Wii
 - DVDs ( G and PG Rated )

   - 2-Drawer locking file cabinet
   - "Quiet area furniture"
i.e. Bean Bag, children's area rug, etc.

   - Flat screen TV
   - Projector & portable screen
   - Computer ( Windows 7 or Newer ), tablets and laptops
   - Printer ink
   - Storage totes
   - Digital camera
   - CD player /music player
   - Head phones ( not ear buds )


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Boys & Girls Clubs serve more than 4 MILLION youth every year, in over 4,200 independent organizations across the country, and on military installations around the world. This type of National to Local relationship gives Clubs the strength of a vast network of resources, talent, knowledge, and branding, while maintaining the flexibility to meet the incredibly diverse needs of every neighborhood where Clubs are located. With millions of youth reached every year, and hundreds of millions that have walked through Club doors since the first Club opened in 1860, Boys & Girls Clubs truly are life changing places.

Learn more about the history of Boys & Girls Clubs - From 1860 until Today
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We empower youth to reach their full potential as responsible, caring and productive citizens through professionally led programs and activities that are fun, positive and relevant in a safe, supportive and healthy environment. 
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