To inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
The Boys & Girls Club and the BHS Cheerleaders are hosting the 2014 Fran Templeton Memorial Craft Fair on Saturday, December 13, 2014.
Get your Vendor Application HERE.

Craft Fair will take place at the BHS North Gym   9:00AM-3:00PM
Booth Spaces are approximately 8'X8'. Electricity is extremely limited. Spaces are $25/each

Spaces are going FAST - Get your spot reserved today! 

September 2014 Newsletter

 Click on the link above to read the Club's most recent newsletter.


Learn about how to join Boys & Girls Clubs of America's Heritage Club.  These are individuals, like you, who are passionate about supporting all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. They have become members of The Heritage Club by making a planned gift. We invite you to explore the benefits of gift planning and to see how your gift might help save a child.

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The first day Mariano Sanchez was dropped off at the Boys & Girls Club of Bloomfield was quite a day for all of us. While he was incredibly energetic and playful, we quickly realized our normal methods of child-handling and discipline would have to give way to a trial-and-error-type learning experience for us. Little did we know, this child would open our eyes, to the fact that all children must be managed in different ways and are persuaded and driven by various things.
From the first day of the summer program I could tell that Blaze Duffy was going to be quite a handful...As the famous Chinese philosopher Lao-tzu once said, "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single smack to another kid's face.”

During the 2013 boys’ basketball season I was very fortunate to meet a young boy who was new to the game of basketball.  Liam had never played the game of basketball and was one of the shyest and most hesitant kids to ever play for the Club.