Published On: Mon, Jun 24th, 2013
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Cherokee Boys Club Report – week of June 27

Boys Club Seal CC copyCLUB SCHEDULE:

Thursday, July 4 – Fourth of July Holiday

Friday, July 5 – Club Annual Leave Day (Club Employees Only)

Wednesday, July 10 – Managers’ Meeting – 8:30 a.m.

Wednesday, July 10 – Deadline for Board Resolutions – 8:30 a.m.

Tuesday, July 16 – Health Screen – 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

Wednesday, July 17 – Club Board of Directors Meeting – 8:30 a.m.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ MEETING RESULTS:

Resolution 2535 – Approve Insurance Carrier for Club for FY 2014 – Passed

Resolution 2536 – Approve FY 2014 Boys Club Budget – Passed

FOURTH OF JULY HOLIDAY

The Boys Club will observe Thursday, July 4th as a Holiday.  Friday, July 5 will be an optional Annual Leave Day.  The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is giving this day to their employees as an Administrative Leave Day; however, Club employees will have to take Annual Leave if they take Friday off.

CONGRATULATIONS – IT’S A GIRL!

Congratulations to Junior and Henrietta Welch on the birth of their daughter, Bristol Anne Welch, who was born on Thursday, June 20.  Bristol weighed 6 lbs. 9 oz. at birth.  Junior works in the Club’s Construction and Facilities Department.

SCHOOL BUS TRAINING

A School Bus Training Course will be held July 9-11 in Haywood County.  Please call Allan Oocumma or Albert Arch at 497-9101 for more information.

SOCIAL SERVICES STATS

As of the end of May 2013, the Child Care Department has served an average of 92 children per month; Children’s Home has averaged 10 children per month and Family Support Services has served an average of 1525 clients per month, including ICWA inquiries.

AGELINK NEWS

Tammy Bradley, Child Care Manager, reported that the students at Agelink were visited by Miss Cherokee, Karyl Frankiewicz and Ciena Raine Fedor, Junior Miss Lumbee, last week.  These ladies took time to introduce themselves and visit with the children.  The children are staying busy with summer activities and field trips!  Enrollment is up to 97 children since school is out.

THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS

Our thoughts and prayers are with all the friends and families who have recently lost loved ones.  Special thoughts are with the friends and families of Anita Driver Ellwood and the friends and families of Mike Elliot Littlejohn.  We also continue to remember those experiencing illness and difficulty at this time.

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