The 2014 Boys and Girls Club (BGC) of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe gather at the SunUte Community Center each morning to begin their day activities. Program aides and SunUte staff work every day with 140 kids from ages 6-13, and divide the kids into respective grades, beginning with K-1 through 8th grades. The summer program includes activities such as brain games, Triple Play-lifestyle, arts and crafts, culture, SMART Moves, and fishing at Lake Capote.
Boys and Girls Club Director, Bruce LeClaire hands out identification tags for each participant during the first day of the BGC summer program.
BGC program aides Molly Benevidas, Shannon Mestas and Dillon Sanchez gather their group of 2nd graders to begin their day activities. Benevidas and Mestas are recent graduates of Ignacio High School.
Girls of the Boys & Girls Club draw on the sidewalk behind SunUte using their chalk application skills.
The Boys & Girls Club (BGC) of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe began their summer fun with a day of orientation, including meeting guides in each age group, Monday, June 16 in the SunUte Community Center.