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Getting Creative in the Studio

Getting Creative in the Studio

Two months ago, a state-of-the-art recording studio opened within the Cope Boys & Girls Club. The studio was designed and funded by Notes for Notes, a nonprofit organization that builds, equips and staffs after-school recording studios inside Boys & Girls...

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Kids and Character: Why It Matters

Kids and Character: Why It Matters

by Erin Porteous, CEO Character. In recent weeks, character has become the topic of national conversation, and it’s not the fun, “Who’s your favorite character on [whatever show you’re currently bingeing]?” kind. It’s the grittier, more complicated variety, as in “It...

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Different Club, Same Bright Future

Different Club, Same Bright Future

Three years ago, Davonte’s family abruptly moved across town and it forced many changes in his life. He had to start over at a new school and make new friends in a different community. Fortunately, one aspect of his life remains constant – the support of Boys &...

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Focusing on Social and Emotional Learning

Focusing on Social and Emotional Learning

Many kids in our community have experienced trauma at some point in their lives. That trauma can make it difficult to succeed in school and, unfortunately, it can impact them throughout their entire life. Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver has always focused on...

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Gates Camp offers more than adventure

Gates Camp offers more than adventure

Throughout this past summer, more than 500 Club members headed to Gates Camp for an unforgettable week-long adventure in the great outdoors. Each week, 70 kids, ages 8 through 13, experienced rock climbing, canoeing, hiking, archery and more at our residential camp...

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