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Summer Run Basketball to Begin June 20
06/17/2016
    Dear Friends, Thank you for your interest in the...
Register for Redding Rock 'N Roots 9K
06/03/2016
      ATTENTION RUNNERS: Run the 2016 Rock...
29th Annual Golf Outing - October 3 - Save the Date!
05/22/2016
29th Annual BGCRE Golf Outing Save the Date: Monday...
New Dugouts In Place!
05/22/2016
Brand New Dugouts! Due to the overwhelming success of the "Night...
YOY Ryan Lutinski Meets Governor Malloy
05/11/2016
Boys & Girls Club of Redding-Easton Youth of the Year ,Ryan Lutinski,...
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04/14/2016
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Ryan Lutinski Named BGCRE 2016 Youth of the Year
04/13/2016
    EXCEPTIONAL REDDING-EASTON TEEN WINS LOCAL YOUTH...
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR CLUB
01/28/2016
   
 
Summer Run Basketball to Begin June 20

 

 

Dear Friends,

Thank you for your interest in the Boys & Girls Club of Redding - Easton’s Summer Run basketball program. We anticipate over one hundred participants in our inaugural season. Sessions will begin on Monday, June, 20th (please click  here for the latest schedule revisions.)

We are excited to get underway and please keep in mind the following points to ensure a fun and safe program:

  • Please drop off and park in front lot (closest to Cross Highway) if possible
  • Concession stand will be open most evenings
  • Please be prompt in picking up your child
  • We will be very flexible in our first season and will allow players to play up if they like
  • Pinies will be provided
  • Referees will officiate games and Drop-In programs with exception of High School group
  • Scoreboard and Scorebook will be utilized
  • The Night Managers and helpers are all Volunteers
  • Any weather cancelations will be posted by 4:00 p.m.

We look forward to seeing everyone on the courts!

 

Warm Regards,

Dan Sullivan   


by j d posted 06/17/2016
Register for Redding Rock 'N Roots 9K

 

 

 

ATTENTION RUNNERS: Run the 2016 Rock N' Roots 9k on July 2nd in beautiful Redding Connecticut. Some race proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Redding-Easton. This race is organized by John McCleary and his team who work overtime to provide a great experience for the runners at a great value. Other races organized by this group have sold out. There are a limited number of bibs.

Race Brochure

Race Registration


by j d posted 06/03/2016
29th Annual Golf Outing - October 3 - Save the Date!

29th Annual BGCRE Golf Outing
Save the Date: Monday October 3, 2016

Fore!  Get a foursome together and get ready to hit the course at the Redding Country Club for the 29th Annual BGCRE Golf Outing.  This is one of the major fundraising events on our annual calendar.  We hope that you will be able to come enjoy a day of golf while supporting the Boys & Girls Club.  Look for more details next month.


by j d posted 05/22/2016
New Dugouts In Place!

Brand New Dugouts!
Due to the overwhelming success of the "Night Out" gala last month the Club was able to repair field fencing and improve the dugouts on the 46/60 baseball field and the softball field.  It is great to come to the fields and see a tangible representation of the community support for our mission at the BGCRE.  Plus... the kids love the new dugouts!

Keep a look out for our brand new custom made two-tier benches in the coming weeks.

Special thanks again to Alexis Bennett, the event sponsors and each and every person that participated in the "Night Out" event.


by j d posted 05/22/2016
YOY Ryan Lutinski Meets Governor Malloy

Ryan Lutinski with Governor Malloy.

Boys & Girls Club of Redding-Easton Youth of the Year ,Ryan Lutinski, competed for the State Youth of the Year title at a competition that culminated in a dinner held at the state Capitol on April 28. Ryan and his fellow competitors had the opportunity to meet with state legislators and Governor Malloy pictured here. 


by j d posted 05/11/2016
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by posted 04/14/2016
Ryan Lutinski Named BGCRE 2016 Youth of the Year

Youth of the Year Ryan Lutinski and runner-up Samantha Hilford.

 

 

EXCEPTIONAL REDDING-EASTON TEEN WINS LOCAL YOUTH OF THE YEAR HONOR FOR BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF REDDING-EASTON

 

Ryan Lutinski to Now Vie for State Title and Scholarship

 

Redding, CT – Selected among several local outstanding youth, Ryan will compete against other Boys & Girls Club members for the Connecticut Youth of the Year title and a $5,000 college scholarship from Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA). The Youth of the Year program honors our nation’s most awe-inspiring young people on their path to great futures and encourages all kids to lead, succeed and inspire. As the new Youth of the Year for the Boys & Girls Club of Redding-Easton 16 year old Ryan is a true example of an extraordinary young man recognized by BGCA for his leadership, service, academic excellence and dedication to live a healthy lifestyle.

 

“Ryan embodies the mission of our Club to be a positive force for good in our community. His always caring, respectful, and determined leadership style provides an example for his peers and younger Club member’s alike”, said Joseph Dolan, Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Redding-Easton.

 

Lutinski is a junior, honor roll student at Joel Barlow High School in Redding. He is a dedicated high school athlete participating in varsity baseball, indoor track and the ski team who has translated his love of sports to helping others by participating as a "buddy" in a Little League Challenger program, JBHS unified soccer and basketball. Lutinski serves as vice president of the Keystone Club, a teen group dedicated to leadership and community service, and has been involved in numerous community service projects including the annual Club Spelling Bee, Senior Citizen Shoveling program, and the Club wide picnic event. He has also helped raise more than $15,000 for a breast cancer center through the JBHS Catwalk for a Cure. As Youth of the Year Lutinski hopes to create greater awareness of the impact young people can make by giving back to their communities.

 

If Ryan wins at the state competition, he will compete for the title of Northeast Region Youth of the Year and an additional $10,000 college scholarship, renewable for four years up to $40,000. Five regional winners will advance to Washington, D.C., in September 2016, to compete for the title of BGCA’s National Youth of the Year. The National Youth of the Year will receive an additional scholarship of $25,000, renewable each year up to $100,000 and will have the opportunity to meet with the President of the United States in the White House.


by j d posted 04/13/2016
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by posted 01/28/2016
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