Thu Jan 26th, 2023
Boys and Girls Club of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe
Categories: Education, Boys & Girls Club, Education
Tags: Alexis Sandman, BGC Youth of the Month, BGCSU staff, Destini Hernandez, Fort Lewis College, Journii Cordova, Six Pillars of Character Counts
What does club mean to you?
“Club to me is an opportunity to learn” – Journii Cordova
Alexis Sandman is the BGC Youth of the Month
Our Youth of the Month focuses on acknowledging and making club members aware of their own unique character and abilities. As staff, we want to recognize them on their positive attributes seen in their club driven experience.
For this month of January, our Youth of the Month award goes to Alexis Sandman. She has been with club for over two years and our staff enjoy seeing her at BGC. She comes to club in a good mood and shows all six pillars of Character Counts daily. In group, Alexis is a team player and goes the extra mile. She has a kind personality, and we admire how patient she is with everyone around her.
Congratulations Alexis on behave of BGCSU staff!
Club Member Birthday Shout outs
Thank you to Permanent Fund Employees 2022 payroll deduction donors and new 2023 payroll deduction donors.
The Boys and Girls Club of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe have been partnering with Fort Lewis College to offer their students a real-life learning experience.
We currently have a student intern, Destini Hernandez, who is majoring in Sociology and Human Service and will be graduating this coming May 2023. She has been working with our club since Sept. 2022. We appreciate her time working with our staff and club members.