Get in the spirit of the season with Scream Scram, Denver’s only nighttime Halloween-themed 5K.
Join us Friday, October 17, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. for this fun 5K event. Gather your family, friends and teams, dress in costume and head to Washington Park early to walk the Orange Carpet. After the race, cruise Trick-or-Treat Street for yummy food and fun treats. Don’t forget the 100M Spooky Sneak for kids to kick off the race!
Prizes will be awarded for the top costumes in the following categories:
- Best Individual
- Best Family
- Best Group (minimum of 4)
- Best Child
- Best Pet
- Best Scream Team (must be registered as an official Scream Team).
Lace up your running shoes and meet us at the Start Line for this frightfully fun race!
Sponsorship opportunities, Scream Teams and individual registrations are available.
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Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-446-6820 for more information.
Click here to view photos from the 2013 event!
Getting outside and being active is an important element to staying healthy and Colorado happens to be the perfect state to accomplish this in! In efforts to encourage kids to be active, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver continuously provides fun events to promote healthy lifestyles. On Friday, July 11th, the Rockies Clinic and Triple Play Tour drew nearly 400 Club members outdoors to enjoy some fun in the Colorado sun.
While Club members at Owen Boys & Girls Club were learning how to swing a bat at the Rockies Clinic, Club members at Shopneck Boys & Girls Club perfected their jumping, running at catching skills at the Triple Play Million Minutes in Motion Tour.
As a kid, summer afternoons are often spent biking around the neighborhood. Unfortunately, a large number of our Club members do not have access to a bike. Tackling this issue head on, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver is participating in the nation-wide Bikes for Life program. With donated bikes, Club members have the opportunity to participate in a three-week program learning how to ride a bike safely. Meeting twice a week for three hours a day, the kids have the opportunity to ride their new bikes to neighborhood parks while also participating in the Fix-a-Flat and Bike Safety clinics. By the end of the program the kids will have mastered the essentials of safe riding and pedal away on their very own new bike!
Please help us give 10,000 kids a great start to the school year! You can support Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver by making a donation, purchasing school supplies or hosting a drive in your neighborhood or at your office. Supplies can then be dropped off at one of eight locations hosting our Stuff the Bus events on July 26th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Continue reading
An estimated 43 million children in the United States miss out on expanded learning opportunities each summer. These losses are greatly seen amongst the low-income population. As these learning losses add up from year to year, by the fifth grade, low-income students are nearly three grade levels behind their more affluent peers in reading. This summer Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver (BGCMD) is committed to deliver fun and engaging educational programs to combat summer learning loss. Continue reading
With the Colorado Rocky Mountains serving as Denver’s backyard playground, the opportunities for outdoor adventure are endless. Unfortunately, a large percentage of the population that Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver (BGCMD) serves does not have the proper resources to access these areas. In an effort to remedy this issue, BGCMD established an Outdoor Education Program. Now, with your help, the Outdoor Education Program could receive $25,000 grant from The North Face. The North Face has created the Explore Fund to support nonprofits and help to enable a new generation of explorers and BGCMD’s Outdoor Education Program is one of 10 finalists in the running to receive a $25,000 grant! Continue reading
As part of the $250,000 Explore Fund, The North Face has named Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver (BGCMD) a 2014 Top 10 Explore Fund grantee recipient for its Outdoor Education Program, chosen to receive up to $25,000. The North Face invites its community to vote on www.TheNorthFace.com/ExploreFund and The North Face Facebook Page for the organization of their choice, giving fans a chance to be directly involved in supporting a great cause. Continue reading
“The results are real – solid, tangible, results.”
Joe Ellis, President of the Denver Broncos, speaking about the impact of the Boys & Girls Clubs.
We caught up with Joe Ellis, President of the Denver Broncos, a few weeks ago. His first and last message was the notion and importance of achieving results. Continue reading