"Our Comeback Will Be Greater Than Our Setback"
When Hurricane Michael roared ashore on October 10th, 2018, it left a trail of unprecedented destruction in Bay County, including major damage to two of our Club sites. In the following months, we have worked hard to return to serving local youth to rebuild stronger than before. We would not have made it this far without support from YOU, our community. Please consider donating today to help us rebuild and serve more youth who need us.
Thank you for your support.
Announcing our 2019 Spring Break hours!
March 18-22, 7:30am-5:30pm
LATE FEES APPLY AFTER 5:30PM
Please bring a packed lunch!
- CC Moore Club at Lucille Moore Elem. - CLOSED
- Chapman Club at Margaret K. Lewis - OPEN
- Frank Brown Beach Club - OPEN
- Waller Elementary 21st Century Site - CLOSED
All CC Moore Club members may go to either the Chapman or Beach sites for this week! Please let Mr. Terry know if your child will be attending one of our other Clubs by March 13th so we can plan accordingly. Call 850-573-5606 or check out this flyer for more information.
Now accepting team registrations and sponsors!
Email email@example.com for more info.
Your child must have been enrolled in our 2018-19 Afterschool Program to be eligible for our temporary sites.
WE CANNOT TAKE NEW APPLICANTS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Temporarily operating at
Margaret K. Lewis School - 203 N East Ave, Panama City.
Hours are 3:00pm-6:00pm
Serving Club members from
Cedar Grove, Springfield,
Parker, Oscar Patterson,
M. Cherry Street,
North Bay Haven, and
CC Moore Unit
Temporarily operating at
Lucille Moore Elementary -
1900 Michigan Ave,
Hours are 2:30pm-6:00pm
Serving Club members
from Lucille Moore,
Highland Park, Northside,
Lynn Haven, Oakland Terrance,
St. Andrews, Jinks Middle,
North Bay Haven, Mowat Middle,
and New Horizons.
How did we do in 2018? Check out our newest Impact Report!
Download the 2019 Spring Calendar
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Bay County is part of a nationwide affiliation of local,
autonomous organizations belonging to Boys & Girls Clubs of America. They work to help youth of all backgrounds, with special concern for those from disadvantaged
circumstances, develop the qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders.
To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential
as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
To insure that our programs operate safely and prove to be enjoyable to participants as well as creating a fun environment for all.
A Boys & Girls Club provides:
~ A safe place to learn and grow
~ Ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals
~ Life-enhancing programs and character development experiences
~ Hope and opportunity
Learn more about our history HERE!