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Antonio "Tank” Pruitt

2011 Youth of the Year


We are excited to announce Antonio Pruitt, 11 year member from the North Everett Club, as our 2011 Youth of the Year for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County! Antonio, 17, competed against nine other youth from across the county on February 7, 2012 to earn the prestigious title. Antonio has been a role model for other members in the club; he currently attends Getchell High School, and has applied to Texas A&M for the Fall. He intends to not only be the first in his family to go to college, but the first to graduate from high school. Antonio will represent Snohomish County in the Washington State Youth of the Year Competition on March 21-22.

This is a proud moment in the life of our dedicated and driven Club member. Enjoy this video of his speech from our Youth of the Year dinner.

Current News/Upcoming Events

Thank You Regal Entertainment Group! - Trailside 7/5

Thank you Regal Entertainment Group! Regal Entertainment Group Gives Club Members an Opportunity to Combine Movie Fun with Summer Learning

Thank you Macy's for your continued support

We’re excited to announce that Macy’s generous on-going support of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County continues, with a recent pledge of $24,642.50 through the Macy’s Thanks for Sharing campaign at the Alderwood and Everett locations!  Through this gift, Macy’s and their customers are enabling better futures for kids in our community. Thank you, Macy’s!!

Huskies' Romar to give talk in Everett (Everett Herald) - SEBGC 5/25

UW Men's basketball coach speaking at a fundraiser for area South Everett/Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club.


Club members learn to think on their feet - SEBGC 4/9

South Everett/Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club members participate in the Drama Matters program.

"Celebrating the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club" - Marysville Globe 3/1/12

"Celebrating the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club" - Marysville Globe 3/1/12

As the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club celebrated the impending 20th anniversary of the Boys & Girls Clubs partnering with all Native American tribes, National Boys & Girls Clubs President and CEO James Clark visited the Tulalip Boys & Girls Club on Tuesday, Feb. 21, to report that the club will become a living example for new Boys & Girls Clubs on tribal lands across the state.  Click More for additional information.



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