Edgerley Family South Boston Club
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Harry Duvall: Executive Director
2019 Saint Patrick’s Day Road Race
Healthy Development feature on This is New England
2018 Youth of the Year Finalists
BGCB once again receives top 4-star rating from Charity Navigator
Brogan McGonagle: Edgerley Family South Boston Club Youth of the Year!
Location & Hours
Monday to Friday 1:30pm – 6pm
Monday to Friday 1:30pm – 8pm
School Vacation Week
SCHOOL AGE CHILD CARE (SACC)
8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Monday to Friday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Monday to Friday 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Closed Between Christmas and New Years Day
Programs & Features
We help members focus on academics, college, and career choices through homework help, Generations, Cyber Chase, MathStars, and Book Club.
We encourage our members to express themselves and build confidence through art, Video Club, Photography Club, talent shows, music lessons, and Mudworks.
Leadership and Character Development
Members develop a positive self-image while supporting the Club’s community through Keystone Club, Torch Club, Young Leaders, Club Council, Youth for Unity, Youth of the Year, and Strong Women, Strong Girls.
We offer safe places for discussion about important life decisions through College Club, teen mentoring, KidsinControl, and Junior Staff.
Sports, Fitness and Recreation
We promote healthy lifestyles through swim lessons, pool games, the Paul Buckley Swim Team, sports leagues, travel teams, social recreation leagues and tournaments, Scott Hughes League, Adventure Club, and Be Great Runners.
Our Club promotes fluency in technology through our partnership with The Clubhouse Network, a program of the Museum of Science, Boston with support from the MIT Media Laboratory and programs like Newsletter Club, digital music studio, CyberSummit and Club Tech.
School-Age Child Care
School Age Child Care (SACC) is a year-round after-school program with an emphasis on homework completion and educational development. SACC's designated staff provide an individualized experience to youth ages 6 to 12 through SACC programming. In addition, SACC members receive access to Club programming in the six core areas at our state-of-the-art Club. SACC staff members evaluate the educational and emotional needs of each enrolled child to provide personalized support to each youth. As a program licensed by the Department of Early Education and Care, SACC accepts daycare vouchers. To enroll, the child must be at least 6-years-old and in first grade, and no older than 12.5 years old. If your child requires additional support to be successful in programming, please indicate this to staff as early as possible.
SACC Director: Molly Brown, LCSW
Features of the Edgerley Family South Boston Club
- Art room
- Climbing wall
- “The Clubhouse Network” computer lab
- Education room
- Fitness center
- Free dinner served nightly
- Games room
- Handicapped accessible
- Music studio
- Outdoor basketball courts
- Performing arts center
- Pottery studio
- Pre-teen center
- School age childcare
- Security system
- Teen center
- Teen education room
- Weight room
The Edgerley Family South Boston Club partners with the National Inclusion Project to implement Let’s ALL Play: Inclusion in Recreational Programs. The partnership allows children with disabilities to enjoy successful afterschool experiences in an inclusive setting.
The National Inclusion Project works to bridge the gap between young people with disabilities and the world around them by opening doors for all children to be included together, primarily achieved through recreational programs and training to make afterschool programs, summer camps and classroom activities inclusive for all children. Its Let’s ALL Play program is a research-validated national model funded by the Project that brings an inclusive recreational experience to children with disabilities by giving them the same experience as children without disabilities. All children come together to participate in typical recreational activities such as swimming, arts and crafts, community service, physical fitness and more.
The I AM IN Inclusion Initiative at the Edgerley Family South Boston Club supports this mission by creating a culture of acceptance in the Club which maximizes successful participation through an approach that accommodates needs of members while maintaining the fundamental nature of Club activities. I AM IN utilizes specialized support staff, who have experience working with youth who have disabilities, to provide support and reasonable accommodations.
For more information on the National Inclusion Project and to help ensure no child sits on the sidelines visit their website at www.inclusionproject.org.View our program guide >
St. Patrick's Day Luncheon
Location: Laugh Boston | 425 Summer St.
Contact: Pattie McCormick | email@example.com or 617.516.5442
Description: The 43rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon celebrates the spirit of South Boston. The Club is a proud member of the community and this event kicks-off the neighborhoods St. Patrick’s Day festivities. The luncheon features our Host and Master of Ceremonies, John Tobin and M.J. O’Connor’s will be serving delicious, bountiful corned beef and cabbage. Irish music, jokes, and tales will fill the room, as this event is considered a “warm-up” for our elected officials to try out their material for the famous St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast.
St. Patrick's Day 5K Road Race
Time: 11:00 a.m.
Location: Edgerley Family South Boston Club | 230 W 6th St.
Contact: Harry Duvall | firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.516.5441
Description: A South Boston tradition since 1940! Join the fun and help support Edergley Family South Boston Club's Keystone Teen Leadership Program.