BE INFORMED

The PTJHS Club

where little pirates go after school

Address:  2100 W. Loop 281  
Lead Staff:  Debra Herron
School Year Hours:  3pm-6pm
Summer:  We are in discussions...
History:  Opened in SY 2016
 
 

Welcome to the Gladewater unit of the Boys & Girls Club.

 The children of today are the future.  Every child deserves to know they are important, worthy and loved.  From the moment the children walk through the club doors, we want them to believe they can do anything. With this belief, the kids hold the power to do great things in this world. It is our goal to provide a safe place for the kids to learn, make mistakes and grow.  

 Every child deserves a chance to be a kid and learn the skills necessary to be a productive citizen. They need to know that every choice has a consequence, but bad choices do not make them bad people.  Kids need to be built up and not torn down.  Through the club, we are able to provide a positive outlook and help make a difference in a good way. 

 With the help of the community, every kid can know that they can "Be Great"!  Come join us on the quest for greatness.

 
Jamie Cook
Lead Staff




 

The Red Shirt Society


We believe that youth should be recognized and rewarded for outstanding achievement. We used the icon, because these kids are the bomb!  Each month, a Youth of the Month is selected from all of the members at each Unit. These youth are chosen for their exemplary behavior, strong character, and active involvement in developmental activities. We are proud to present these outstanding youth here: (scroll down to see each month’s choice). The Club's T's come in an array of colors, but only a Youth of the Month can receive a red shirt.
THUMB 1

Tristan Teague Tristan is a great role model. He always uses great manners,  and he helps the younger members. He is a wonderful student and a hard worker.  He participates and he puts a lot of thought into what he does. 

THUMB 2

Reserved for the October Youth of the Month

THUMB 3

Reserved for the November Youth of the Month.

THUMB 4

Reserved for the December Youth of the Month

THUMB 5

Reserved for the January Youth of the Month

THUMB 6

Reserved for the February Youth of the Month

THUMB 7

Reserved for the March Youth of the Month

THUMB 8

Reserved for the April Youth of the Month

THUMB 9

Reserved for the May Youth of the Month

THUMB 10

Reserved for the June Youth of the Month

THUMB 11

Reserved for the July Youth of the Month

THUMB 12

Reserved for the August Youth of the Month

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Welcome to

our Club & News

This unit opened during the school year in 2008. School Year Hours: 3pm - 6pm daily Summer Hours: Closed. Summer is available at the Carlile Unit as The Adventure Club Address: 2400

 

Where we will

will be in Longview.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Big Pines is all over East Texas to ensure kids don't have to go home to an empty house. To see all of our Longview locations, [click here].

How to

sign up

You can sign up online or you can download our Club Membership Application PDF form and fax it to us at (888) 479-5437. Note that kids will be able to attend the program the day after the application was received.

Yes we

are hiring

Thirteen sites with a minimum of three employess per site. If you are interested in helping us change lives, please fill out a job application and fax it to the Club or email it to shelly@begreateasttexas.com

Our local

programming

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Cost and

fee structure

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Big Pines is a fee-based program, but its very affordable comparatively. Additionally, the Club has a DFPS-approved tiered schedule that will allow any child to attend. To see our pricing [click here]

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Our local board

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