Happenings at the Boys & Girls Club

Happenings at the Boys & Girls Club

Happenings at the Boys & Girls Club

On Monday, February 25 at 4:00pm Our Robotics class will be
putting on a demonstration for parents and sponsors. The kids will show what
they learned about building robots with Legos and using computers to program
them. Light refreshments will be served. We hosted a ping pong tournament
during vacation week and the championship was won by Qusam El- Alaskar,  second place went to Adam Deleon, followed by
Anderson Reyes and Randy Luna finished fourth. 
We had over 30 boys and girls entered in the double elimination tournament.
The boys 12 and under basketball team defeated East Boston 33-12. Strong
performances were turned in by Patrick henry and JaySean Stuart. The girls 18
and under team defeated the   West End
house  22-9. The Kids Club enjoyed two
trips to the Peabody Essex Museum during vacation week as well as classes in
cooking and dance. 

The Wild Turkey 5 Mile Run hosted by the Boys & Girls
Club was selected as the top holiday road race on the North Shore by the North
Shore Road Race guide. This year will mark the 10th anniversary of
the race.

 “The Mosaic Mural Project”

 The Boys & Girls
Club of Greater Salem in Collaboration with the Peabody Essex Museum is
bringing a Public Art Mosaic Mural Project to Salem. The Torch Club at The Boys
& Girls Club of Greater Salem will be working with Salem native, guest
artist, professional Mosaic Muralist Andrea Bellomo! Check out Andrea's work at
www.andybartworks.com  A Fundraiser in support of The Mosaic Mural
Project will be held on Saturday, March 9, from 7:oopm to 11:00pm at the Ward
Two Social Club. The cost is $10 donation at the door. There will be raffles,
silent auctions, music, sweet treats, and good company!

  For information or to make a donation contact:
 Nancy Santana (978) 457-3141 NancyElisaSantana@gmail.com

 If you believe in
encouraging leadership and community engagement in local youth, love public
art, are a supporter of the outstanding mission of the Boys and Girls Club, or
just would love to see talented Salem Native Andy B collaborate on a project

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