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Great Futures Grand Slam

Thank you to everyone who came out to our Networking for a Cause event last week! Hosted by our friends at Harris Beach, almost 50 professionals enjoyed connecting over appetizers and drinks. 

We were also able to kick off our new Great Futures Giving Society - a recurring giving program that allows people to support the Club on a monthly basis. So far, 14 people have signed up for a collective $190 per month - that's over $2,000 per year in support of our programming! We are so grateful to everyone who has already signed up. For more information or to join our Great Futures Giving Society, click here.

Special thanks to Harris Beach for putting on the event, our speakers, Heidi Gregory and Phil Spellane, Partners at Harris Beach and longtime Club supporters, as well as Chip King, Club alumnus. 
Our Club staff were ready to help induct new members into the Great Futures Giving Society! All new members received a free t-shirt and were entered into a raffle.
Phil Spellane, Partner at Harris Beach and Club Board Member, spoke at the event. 
Club Members Step it Up

The Boys & Girls Club Steppers from our satellite program at School 45 took the stage last month, and they nailed it!

The Steppers were honored to perform for a special United Way meeting of the Women's Leadership Council at the new Kin Event Space. We are continually grateful for the United Way's support - it is always a treat to be able to give back to them! Check out their performance here. 
Our Artists at it Again

For the fifth year in a row, the talent of our Club members is on display at the Hungerford, in the Rochester Art Club studio, number 437. 

Over 30 pieces by 18 members will be up for the month of March - and available for purchase! Not only can you have a piece of art by an up-and-coming artist, but you can directly support our Club members. Click the link below to watch the news clip. 

A Special Birthday Celebration

This Wednesday, March 13 wasn't just any other day at the Club - it marked the date that would have been Kathy Holt's 78th birthday. When Kathy passed away in 2013, she bequeathed $2.1 million to the Club, which kicked off a capital campaign to complete her vision of renovating and expanding the facility. The building now proudly bears her name.

Kathy was a tremendous friend to the Club, and to the individuals in it. Larry "Chip" King, Jr., pictured here with her birthday cake, had the life-changing privilege of being mentored by Kathy when he was a Club kid - you can read more about Chip's story here. This week, our Club members were able to enjoy a piece of Kathy's cake, inside the safe and beautiful building that is her legacy. 

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