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29th Annual Golf Classic

28th Annual Golf Classic Recap

Although this year’s pandemic required some changes – a virtual auction – and precautions – like one golfer per cart, GSGBC hosted its 28th Annual Golf Classic on August 3 at Norwood Hills Country Club. More than 175 supporters participated and raised more than $400,000 to support the mission of GSGBC and to empower its members to reach their potential and break the cycle of poverty. Thanks again to all of our wonderful golfers, volunteers, and honored guests!

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Youth Centers Up Hours And The Wi-Fi To Take In Kids While Schools Are Closed

The biggest challenge so far for employees of the Gene Slay’s Girls and Boys Club is getting the Wi-Fi to reach every nook and cranny where students are spread out doing lessons on their school-issued devices.

“Our building is basically a cinder block, so getting Wi-Fi through some of those hardy 1950s walls has been an interesting adventure,” said Jeremy Kane, a development officer for the club in the Soulard neighborhood.

Boys and Girls Clubs helping parents fill gaps during time of virtual learning

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) — While school districts grapple with how and when to return to the classroom, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis are expanding their hours to fill some gaps for parents.

Clubs like Gene Slay’s Girls & Boys Club in Soulard have changed their hours and changed their programs to try to help parents during the pandemic.

Young Superheroes Take To The Streets of Soulard

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) — A parade of superheroes wearing capes and masks took to the streets of Soulard Wednesday for a peace parade.

News 4’s Steve Harris was on hand to talk to the young superheroes about what their mission is all about.

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‘Just sharing love’: Kids in St. Louis march to promote peace amid civil unrest, pandemic

SOULARD, Mo (KMOX) – They held signs that read “Black Lives Matter,” wore superhero capes and chanted “don’t hate, appreciate” in a “Peace Parade” held by Gene Slay’s Girls & Boys Club on Wednesday morning.

One of the kids in the one-mile walk, Ronald Story, says his favorite part was “sharing love.”

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Gene Slay’s Girls & Boys Club of St. Louis supports families amid COVID-19 outbreak

Gene Slay’s Girls & Boys Club of St. Louis delivered meals and dental kids to families in South City.
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