About the Boys & Girls Club

The Boys & Girls Club began operation with their first summer program in May of 2011. On September 7, 2011 we officially became the first Native American Boys & Girls Club in the state of Alabama. Our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. BGC does this by providing a safe environment for children between ages six through seventeen to come learn and have fun, after school and during the summer. At BGC we service children who are tribal members, first or second generation, and children of parents who work in tribal administration.

Programs Offered

Lunchroom Notice

Due to new State guidelines, the Boys & Girls Club is not an open feeding site after school and will not serve anyone that is not a member of the Boys & Girls Club.

Special Notice to Parents

In an effort to better serve our members and their families and offer yet another avenue of communication to you all, we now have an additional email address that you may utilize to communicate with PBCI BGC FT staff. If you have any changes to make to your child’s daily schedule that any of our staff needs to know about, please email this group. This email goes to every full-time employee at BGC. This will ensure that the appropriate staff member responsible for your child/children’s age group gets the important information you are requesting to change and ensures your child/children will be in the appropriate place for afternoon pick up. Please use this email to correspond daily changes:

BGC@pci-nsn.gov

Youth of the Month

We believe that youth should be recognized and rewarded for outstanding achievement. Each month, a "Youth of the Month" is selected from each age division. The divisions are: (1) Pre K - 2nd Grade, (2) 3rd Grade - 6th Grade, and (3) Teen Center. These youth are chosen for their exemplary behavior, strong character, and active involvement in developmental activities. We are proud to present these outstanding youth.

December 2017

Makayla DavisPre K - 2nd Grade Tehya Rolin3rd - 6th Grade AnnaBelle RamerTeen Center


Click Here to see previous month's Youth of the Month >>

Membership & Forms

(all forms must be downloaded, completed and returned to the B & G Club)

Transportation Registration

Mentoring Program

Donna Koehrsen
Community Coordinator
(251) 359-6890
dkoehrson@pci-nsn.gov

Boys & Girls Club Downloads

Boys & Girls Club Links

Department Contacts

Krystie Jackson
Clerk
(251) 368-9136 ext. 2237
kjackson@pci-nsn.gov

Debra Ramer
Administrative Assistant
(251) 368-9136 ext. 2282
(251) 359-1897
dramer@pci-nsn.gov

Stephanie Agerton
B&G Club Director
sagerton@pci-nsn.gov

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