The Club

We're at over 450 Registered Club Members
for 2017 & Rising! 

  • We're at over 450 Registered Club Members for 2017 & Rising! 
  • Scheduled to serve 21,600 After-school Snacks this year. 
  • Served 5,200 nutritious lunches this past summer.  
  • Annual Operating budget = $500,000
  • The budget is supported by individual & business donations, special event income, grants from foundations from across the state, businesses and government grants. 
All donations from business and individuals qualify for the State of Colorado Childcare Tax Credit. Therefore, in 2016, each donor will receive a 50% credit on their Colorado Tax Return for each cash contribution that they make to the Black Canyon Boys and Girls Club.
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Who Can Join?

Any boy or girl in 1st - 12th grade that are between the ages of 6 - 18 may become a member of the Boys & Girls Club for just $50 per school year and for $65 per summer session, there are two 4-week summer sessions. If space is available.

Parents must attend a parent orientation before their child can attend the program.

Note: There is a waiting list at our Montrose Club Site. Please feel free to contact the Club to see if room is available for the session in which you wish to register. 
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About Us

The Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club, Inc. was founded on the Western Slope in response to a lack of structured yet fun after-school and summer activities for youth in Montrose County Colorado.

The Montrose Club Site opened in December 1999 within the city limits and in 2002 a second unit of the Club began operating in Olathe, an even smaller rural town ten miles north of Montrose. Since this time, the Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club has been at the forefront of youth development providing programming that focuses on social & emotional development, educational enhancement and leading healthy lifestyles.

Working with young people from various backgrounds and circumstances,the Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club has actively sought to enrich the lives of all girls and boys within our community. We are dedicated to working in partnership with the parents, guardians, and all others that are concerned with the positive youth development process of the youth that we serve.

Our Staff
Bud Taylor, Executive Director

Megan Shreeves, Montrose Site Director

Heather Lamb, Olathe Site Director

Susie Kurtze, Business Manager

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