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MELISSA SMITH

Interim Executive Director

  Jean Hawkins   | Administrative Director   

Jean Hawkins  | Administrative Director

 

  jessica summiTt  | Program director   

jessica summiTt | Program director

 

  kacia payne  i   Before school care coordinator

kacia payne  i  Before school care coordinator

  bridget griffin  i   FOOD SERVICE COORDINATOR

bridget griffin  i  FOOD SERVICE COORDINATOR

 
 

Board Members

We LOVE our Board Members! They work hard to make sure we have everything we need to have great programs for kids! Make sure you give them a high five if you see them around town.

                            Lee Humphrey  | President

                          Lee Humphrey | President

                              Brad Bailey  | Secretary

                            Brad Bailey | Secretary

ANDY REEVES  I  ASHLEY BAILEY  I  BREANNA SHIVELY  I  CHAD KYKER

JASON JONES  I  JIM MCCUNE  I  JOHN SUSONG  I  TONY PATTERSON

 
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AmeriCorp Volunteers

KATIE HASTY  I  JONATHAN MOORE

AmeriCorps is a network of local, state, and national service programs that connects over 70,000 Americans each year in intensive service to meet community needs in education, the environment, public safety, health and homeland security. AmeriCorps' members serve with more than 2,000 non-profits, public agencies, and community organizations.

 

CLUB HISTORY

In 2013, Lebanon Area Boys & Girls Club (LABAGC) celebrated 60 years of service to Boone County. Since our inception, LABAGC has been offering sports leagues and clinics on a year-round basis as well as programing geared toward developing better citizenship, community involvement, leadership and improved educational outcomes.

The original Lebanon Boys Club was organized in 1953 and operated in the old Central School, site of the present day Municipal Building. The Club moved to its current location at 403 W. Main St. in 1961. A gym was added a year later.

In 1983, the Club started accepting girls as members and also opened a separate facility to serve the Zionsville community, adopting the name Boone County Boys & Girls Club.

In 1986, the Club purchased an adjacent property and began construction on a new, much larger facility. That building opened its doors in 1989.

Always remember you are BRAVER than you believe, STRONGER than you feel, SMARTER than you think & LOVED more than you know.
— Christopher Robin, Winnie the Pooh