While other organizations provide many outstanding programs for young people, the greatest differentiating factor between our organization and others is the array of after school programs provided by the Boys & Girls Club including help with homework and mentoring through the Power Hour program.
The Boys & Girls Club leadership group, headed by the late Capt. William Knull, approached the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Four years later, the Boys & Girls Club of the Northern Neck opened in space provided by the Lancaster Middle School. In 2009, the Northern Neck’s first stand-alone Boys & Girls Club opened at 517 North Main Street in Kilmarnock. The Club includes a games room, technology lab with 15 internet ready computers, a learning center, an arts and crafts room, a teen center for youth ages 13 to 18 and an athletic complex that includes an indoor skateboard park.
Today, after more than six years of operation, and with a clubhouse for our members to call home, the staff works closely with multiple community partners to offer the youth of our community endless avenues of hope and opportunity. Members from our community, including teachers, government officials and parents have continuously praised the Club’s efforts in changing the lives of the youth of our community.
‘98-’12 Council Executive Staff, Heart of Virginia Council,BSA, Richmond, VA.
Serving as the Professional Director for the Boy Scouts ofAmerica many different areas with different responsibilities to include:
BSA Executive and promoted to District Director position, ofWestern Henrico, Western Hanover and Goochland as well as serve as the director of the Exploring program across the council’s 24 counties territory. I served this area for four years. Responsible for all youth programs, recruitment, volunteer management, all fundraising efforts with an annual goal of over $500,000 and membership management of about 3,500 scouts. Provide staff leadership to one other District Executivewithin my area of service.
BSA District Executive, of King William, King & Queen, Essex, Middlesex, Westmoreland, Northumberland, Lancaster and Richmond Counties for a total of 7 years. Responsible for all youth programs, recruitment, volunteer management, all fundraising efforts with an annual goal of over $100,000 and membership management of about 1,000 scouts.
BSA District Executive, of East Henrico, East Hanover, New Kent & Charles City Counties. I served in this position for four years. Responsiblefor all youth programs, youth recruitment, volunteer management and fundraising efforts with an annual goal of over $300,000 and membership management of about 1,800 scouts.
Served as the Council Cub Scout Program Specialist and as the Cub Scout Camp Director from 2002 to 2007.
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