Dorchester Reporter January 16

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BGCD Teens Kick off Winter Session Cooking Classes: Teen members of the Keystone Club kicked off a five week winter session of cooking classes with our friends at Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street. Now in it’s third year, the partnership has yielded a variety of hands-on cooking courses that educate teens around nutrition, cooking technique, recipe literacy, trying new flavors, ingredients, and more. The current session, all about healthy snacks, will be followed by another five week class in the late winter and early spring.

Our teens are looking to take the skills learned within the classes to be able to teach younger members similar skills on-site at BGCD. For more information on the Keystone Club, or any of our other Teen Programs please contact Deron Hines at dhines@bgcdorchester. org.

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BGCD Members Take Ski Trip to Shawnee Peak: This past Saturday 100+ members and chaperones travelled to Shawnee Peak ski area in Bridgton, ME as the guests of Owner, Chet Homer for the 9th annual BGCD outing.

Thanks to Mr. Homer all of the lessons, equipment, lift tickets and transportation costs were covered and our members enjoyed a sunny day of skiing and snowboarding on the mountain. Many thanks to Mr. Homer and all of the staff and instructors at Shawnee Peak for another amazing day on the mountain!

Please visit our website at www. to learn more about different opportunities available this winter session through Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester.

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BGCD Welcomes 15 Runners to 2019 Boston Marathon Team: Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester recently hosted their first marathon team meeting where they welcomed local runners who have generously taken on the task of training and fundraising on behalf of BGCD over the next few months.

On April 15, 2019 they will take on the daunting task of completing the highly competitive Boston Marathon and raising funds on behalf of Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester through the Boston Athletic Association’s charity program.

Team BGCD running coach, John Furey, delivered some motivational words to inspire the runners who hail from as far as San Diego to being born and raised right here in Dorchester. To learn more about ways you can support a marathon runner please visit www.

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Shawnee Peak Ski Trip
January 12

Teen CPR Course

January 16

Marr-lins Swim Meet at Arlington
January 19

College Fellows Scholarship Night

January 22