Cherokee Boys Club Report – week of Jan. 31

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Wednesday, Feb. 6 – Managers’ Meeting – 8:30 a.m.

Wednesday, Feb. 13 – Board Resolution Deadline – 8:30 a.m.

Friday, Feb. 15 – School Early Release – Sacred Path – 1:30 p.m.

Monday, Feb. 18 – Presidents’ Day – Club, School and Tribal Holiday

Wednesday, Feb. 20 – Board of Directors Meeting – 8:30 a.m.

Monday, Feb. 25 – School Make-up Day



Congratulations to Donna and Greg Morgan on the birth of a grandson, Timothy Ryan Crowe II, born to Lyndsey Hornbuckle Crowe and Tim Crowe on Thursday, Jan. 17.  Donna works for the Boys Club in the Agelink Child Care department.

Congratulations to Coach Chris Mintz for being selected to coach the Annual Blue and White All-Star game to be held at Roberson High School on March 22.

Congratulations to Avery Mintz for scoring her 1,000th Point for the Lady Braves Basketball Team!  Avery is currently a Junior at Cherokee High School.



JULY 1, 2012 THROUGH DEC. 31, 2012


The primary function of Family Support Services is to assist residents of the Qualla Boundary with public and social welfare issues such as child custody, family problems and financial hardships.  During the first six months of the Club’s fiscal year Family Support Services served 7,454 clients for an average of 1,242 per month.  Services provided to clients included ICWA inquiries, open ICWA cases, parenting classes, medical travel vouchers, wood and fuel assistance, funeral assistance and the Christmas Store.

An average of 11 children per month were residents of the two cottages of the Cherokee Children’s Home.  Approximately three-fourths of the children served were enrolled members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.  The Child Care Department, consisting of Agelink, School Age and Snowbird Child Development Center, averaged a total of 89 children per month.

These statistics are compiled on a monthly basis and are provided by the department managers.



The Cherokee Boys Club Printing Department, established in 1984, continues to provide the community and surrounding areas with quality printing, copying and mailing services.  The Cherokee Boys Club has provided the Printing Department with the most modern technology available to the printing industry in an effort to maintain quality printing and affordable pricing to customers.  CBC Printing utilizes a two-color press that allows them to do all scoring, micro perforations, and die cutting in house.  This has saved the company by not having to outsource any jobs that require these services.

The department also continues to offer vocational classes to the students of Cherokee High School.  The printing department also takes part in summer youth employment offered by the Boys Club’s on-the-job training program.