DC Boys And Girls Club Seek Permanent Facility

The recent announcement that the Boys and Girls Club of Door County is working to run its programs out of a permanent facility in Sturgeon Bay is really a reflection of the growth the organization has seen in just a few short years. Executive Director Julie Davis talked about the club’s plans during a visit to WDOR on Wednesday. Davis said the organization wants to be in a position to cover its costs before taking the plunge and acquiring the space needed…

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Davis believes there are several options available in Sturgeon Bay…

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Currently, the Boys and Girls Club is working out of three locations in Sturgeon Bay. And the number of young people using its services has grown to as many as 144 on a given day.

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