President & CEO
Q: How do you describe your business?
A: We provide after-school services to over 1,400 local at-risk youth in our community. In addition, we offer an eight week all-day summer program as well as instructional athletic leagues (basketball and soccer). The Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township offers a safe environment, full of fun activities, enriching programs and dedicated staff that encourage our members to be their absolute best every single day.
On Wednesday, January 21, 2015 the BGCDT Board of Directors unanimously appointed the 28th, 29th and 30th, respective Board Members with the approval of Matt Backe, Wendy Farley and Vicki Frantz.
BGCDT Member Korey Hughes (far left) named to '14-'15 Fox Valley Leadership Team
Community service: Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township, Big Brothers Big Sisters, National Honor Society, student council, cheerleading captain
On Friday, January 2, 2015 over 55 BGCDT employees gathered at Perry Elementary School for the 2015 All-Staff Youth Development Professional Training. The 2015 Youth Development Professional Training brought all BGCDT employees from the eight Club Unit locations together during a focused training aimed at sharing best practices, leadership growth and staff development. BGCDT employees were provided a wide array of development and training in the following areas:
For Timothy Stirneman, owner of All Smiles Dental in Algonquin, children having a present to open during the holiday season is just as important as them having clean teeth.
That’s why he teamed up with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township on the Toys 4 Teeth initiative.
Along with the gifts, which were handed out Dec. 19, the children also received a certificate for a free dental cleaning in January.
The mission of the Board “Blitz” Challenge, held annually in the Fall, is to promote Board Members to visit our BGCDT Club Units, while participating in a scoring format that rewards points for each visit that a Board Member completes at BGCDT Club Unit during a two-week time frame in September.