• Club Closed Monday, January 25th

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Project End Swimming

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button

GREAT FUTURES START HERE

Leaders of Today
Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club names
Javier and Kevin.
as the January Youth of the Month.

Parents & Guardians:
Please be sure to view our

Inclement Weather Policy


Upcoming Events

2016 Club Calendar
FEBRUARY
8-11 Keystone Fundraiser Hershey Grams
4:30pm-5:30pm

12 Valentine’s Day Dance
4:30pm-6:00pm (Grades 1-5)
7:00-9:00pm (Grades 6-8)

15 President’s Day- School Closed CLUB CLOSED

16-19 Winter Recess- School Closed
Club Open 9:00am-5:30pm – Bring Lunch

24 BGCA National Fine Artist’s Show
4:30pm-6:30pm

26 Family Movie Night
6:00pm-7:30pm


OPPORTUNITY FOR FAMILIES!
Through a partnership with Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor, we are pleased to offer our members and their families a FREE Annual membership to the museum. Be sure to take advantage of free exhibits, Family Sundays, Family Art Making Days, and MORE at the Museum!!!

Applications available at the Club!!
Contact ext. 108 for additional information!
www.nassaumuseum.org


Support the Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club
Dance Teams
as they prepare for their
May 2016 performance at
StarQuest Dance Competition
on Long Island! 

This performance at a regional dance competition will give our members the opportunity to compete against other dance groups and share their talent and love of performing with a greater audience.

From Club Member to Club Program Director, Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club welcomes Jacqueline Telleria.

Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club is pleased to announce the appointment of Jackie Telleria as Program Director overseeing the Club’s overall program and staff serving youth ages 6-18.  The Club’s Core Program Areas include Education and Career Development; The Arts; Health and Life Skills; Character and Leadership Development; and Sports, Fitness and Recreation.

Before joining Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club, Jackie held the position as Director of Social Recreation at Grenville Baker Boys & Girls Club, where she was also once a Club member.  Jackie joined Grenville Baker as a member at the age of 12 and through the years went from being a participant of programs to facilitating programs.  Her first official position at the Club was as an ELS assistant during her junior year at Locust Valley High School.  Soon after that she took on the role of Front Desk Assistant.  She was promoted to Director of Membership Services and then to Director of Social Recreation, a position she held for three years before joining Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club. 

“I am thrilled to be working at the Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club.  This Club is truly a family and I have been welcomed with open arms into this family,” said Jackie, who chose to pursue a career in the Boys & Girls movement because of her own personal experiences.  “Being a part of a Boys & Girls Club was so important to me during my formative years that I too wanted to be in a position to be a constructive role model and make a positive impact on our youth. I am grateful to the group leaders and mentors I had as a youth, especially to Grenville Baker Boys & Girls Club Associate Director, Marc Bilbrey, who provided the guidance I needed and was instrumental in helping me to choose this path.  Also, as an ESL assistant, I saw firsthand how important the Club is to our youth.  We had kids who could not speak English when they first joined us and now these kids are heading off to college.  That’s the impact the Club had on these kids,” added Jackie. 

“We are thrilled to have Jackie undertake the role of Program Director.  Jackie is extremely dedicated to the Club, I know that she will be a wonderful addition to our Club family and a thoughtful leader to our kids,” said Executive Director, Franca Trunzo.


P.A.R.P.
Parents as Reading Partners
A voluntary effort of the local schools and community in a collaborative partnership whose focus is on reading.
Special Thanks to our guest readers!

  • P.A.R.P.

    Parents as Reading Partners

  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button
  • Slide Title

    Write your caption here

    Button

OUR MISSION
To provide a safe and caring environment that will inspire and enable all young people to realize their full potential as productive and responsible citizens.
DONATE
Share by: