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Hello

Welcome to the Club

 The Boys & Girls Club of Sherman is a unique organization consisting of a beautiful facility, located at 1500 North Luckett.  Since 1966, the Boys & Girls Club has provided thousands of area youth a positive, supervised place to participate in after school and summer activities.  Membership is open to boys and girls ages 5-17 (must be in kindergarten), who pay annual fees to participate in Club programs.

About Us

Serving the kids

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of Sherman, Texas

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for over 50 years

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Why the Club?

 Children come to the Boys & Girls Club for many reasons.  Whether it is computer education, tutoring, our large games room, our PGA Golf Academy for girls and boy ages 6 - 12, Texoma Junior Golf Association, field trips, arts & crafts, special events, our fitness and nutrition program, our goal setting program (Winners For Life), or to make new friends, the Boys & Girls Club has something for you.   Find out more about the Boys & Girls Club by exploring this Web site.  Information about programs, locations, volunteer and donation opportunities are included.  You may also contact us at (903) 892-9019.The Sherman Boys & Girls Club, formerly the Sherman Boys Club, first opened its doors in 1966 as part of an effort by local business people to provide services to disadvantaged youth.  After several moves, it became apparent to the board of directors that a permanent facility was desperately needed.  In 1974, the Sherman Boys Club entered into an agreement with Austin College to lease property on Luckett Street.  This agreement was the key to being able to serve area youth in a new building.  In 1975, the Club opened for business at its current location, 1500 N. Luckett.  In 1991, the board of directors agreed to change the name of the Club to align itself with the new name of the national organization; hence, the Boys & Girls Club of Sherman, Inc.

  • In 1997, the board of directors initiated plans to expand the Club facility to accommodate the growing numbers of kids participating in the program.  An ambitious capital campaign was initiated a year later and the 10,400 square foot addition, along with the remodeling of the existing facility, was completed in December of 2000.  In December of 2013 the Club was damaged by the ice storm that hit north Texas.  The Club was temporarily relocated to the Fairview Baptist Church CFAC building until October of 2014 when the damaged portion was rebuilt and some of the Club remodeled.  The Club continues to provide programs and services to hundreds of area youth annually.
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