A group of 25 children entering eighth grade received free computers Tuesday at North School after completing a two-week computer course taught by Uneed2, a local nonprofit. Uneed2 also provides...
Former San Francisco 49er Keena Turner’s annual golf tournament is more popular than ever, which is good news for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tracy.
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Thirty-seven young members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tracy were rewarded for finishing a pilot reading intervention program with free computers.
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In the last week of March, members of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tracy got something more than a snack when they showed up for their after-school programs: a full meal.
Nearly 300 people showed up Monday evening, Nov. 25, for a free Thanksgiving dinner at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tracy’s Richard O. Hastie Clubhouse on West Lowell Avenue.
A police raid on an Internet gambling cafe in May is turning out to be a jackpot for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tracy, which will receive computers seized during that raid on Friday, Jan. 17.
Alex Foshee, 10, held up a book for a group of younger children to see as he read a story Tuesday at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tracy at Villalovoz Elementary School.
McKinley Boys & Girls Club Participates in Tracy Makes A Difference Day
Members and staff of the McKinley Boys & Girls Club took part in a city wide community service day recognized as Make a Difference Day. Nationally, Make a Difference Day falls on the fourth Saturday.