Welcome To The Boys & Girls Club of Langlade County – Antigo, WI

Our Mission

“To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as, caring, responsible citizens.”

United Way Antigo WI

Our Vision

Provide a world-class Club Experience that assures success is within reach of every young person who walks through our doors, with all members on track to graduate from high school with  a plan for the future, demonstrating good character and citizenship, and living a healthy lifestyle.

Our Values

Provide a Safe & Positive Environment
Create Fun & Encourage Uniqueness
Be Honest & Consistent
Be Passionate & Determined
Be Proactive
Encourage Opportunities for Learning
Be Great!

Recent News

Bright Futures 4H Club

Bright Futures 4-H Club The Boys & Girls Club of Langlade County is proud to announce we have joined forces with the Langlade County 4-H in forming our very own 4-H group. We are the Bright futures 4-H Club. This gives Boys & Girls Club members the opportunity to participate in all the programs that both organizations offer without parents having to take their children to separate locations for their children to participate. As a 4-H club the Boys & Girls Club members have the opportunity to participate in 4-H camp, talent show, speaking competition as well as the Langlade County youth Fair among other things.  This year our 4-H club took 20 projects to the Langlade County Youth fair to exhibit. The new 4-H members had a great time showing off their talents and learning new things about their favorite projects from the judges. Over half of the projects brought home blue ribbons. 4-H meetings are held the first Monday of the month at 4:15pm at the Boys & Girls Club. Enrollment for new 4-H members will start Sept. 15th and go through March 1st. For more information contact Hilary Messer-Franz at... read more

Camp Five field trip

The kids had a blast at Camp 5 Logging Camp and Museum. The train ride out there was like a magical journey back in time. Once at the camp, kids were busy with exploration. From petting animals, checking out old logging equipment, visiting the old slaughterhouse, and even the taking a ride through expansive forests, there was never a dull moment. The members really enjoyed their time there.... read more

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About The Youth Served By The Boys & Girls Club of Langlade County

(Antigo Clubouse & White Lake Afterschool Site Statistics)

GENDER

  • Male 55%
  • Female 45%

YOUTH SERVED

Annually

 

REGISTERED MEMBERS

 

2014 (35% Increase from 2013)

AGES SERVED

%

6-9 Years Old

%

10-12 Years Old

%

13-15 Years Old

%

16 Years & Older

 

AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE

 

During School Year (9% Increase From 2013)

During The Summer (54% Increase From 2013)

Overall 2014 (32% Increase From 2013)

 

CLUB MEMBERS REGISTERED FOR…

 

  • Less Than 1 Year 31%
  • 1-2 Years 14%
  • More Than 2 Years 55%

 

ADULT STAFF DURING SCHOOL YEAR

 

Professional Staff

Program Volunteers

Board Members

About The Youth Served By The Boys & Girls Club of America

(National Statistics)

GENDER

  • Male 55%
  • Female 45%

YOUTH SERVED

Annually

CHARTERED CLUBS

United States

AGES SERVED

%

6-10 Years Old

%

11-12 Years Old

%

13-15 Years Old

%

16 Years & Older

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