Success Stories

Kavi Zuniga

Kavi Zuniga

She came to the Boys & Girls Club of Oklahoma County at the age of 7. Kavi Zuniga was quiet and shy and didn’t make friends easily. What did the Club do for this young girl? It re-established a passion for dance that started when she was only five years old and gave her the confidence to dance and sing in front of others. Kavi had taken ballet lessons for two years when she was younger, but had to quit due to financial limitations. Read More
Eric McGee

Eric McGee

Eric McGee has a home with a family that he loves, and then he has the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County. McGee, a senior at Northwest Classen High School, has been going to his neighborhood Boys & Girls Club for 11 of his 18 years. It’s a place where he feels safe, where he can have fun and where he can learn responsibility and what it takes to be a successful adult. Read More
Wneki Borders

Wneki Borders

When she was 11 years old, Wneki’s mom passed away and Wneki was bounced around between family members. While living with her aunt in Yukon, she wasn’t able to come to the Boys & Girls Club and talks about what a difficult time in her life that was and how she started making bad choices about friends, lack of involvement in school, etc… Read More
Sanchez Family

Sanchez Family

Their parents Julia and Eduardo met with me a few weeks ago to express their appreciation for the difference the Boys & Girls Club has made for their children and their family. With interpretation help from Roque, Mr. Sanchez said his sons both love coming to the Boys & Girls Club after school, to the point that even when Roque had strep throat, he begged to go to school so that he wouldn’t miss club activities that day! Read More
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