The right kind of role model

In 1984, as far as I was concerned, Stayci was a goddess. Every Friday night at the skating rink, she ruled the place in her stranglingly tight Jordache jeans. Pimple-faced teenaged boys practically ate out of the palm of her hand, lacing their fingers hopefully through her belt loops.

Nevermind the cigarette permanently dangling from her lip. Nevermind her foul mouth or her tendency to point at people with her middle finger. Nevermind her penchant for kegstands and dimebags and ice-blue eyeliner. None of that was on my radar.

Help send top Club teens to Anaheim, CA for a Keystone Service and Leadership Conference this spring

Teens Set Sights on California Service and Leadership Conference
Pancake breakfast proceeds to offset travel expenses.

Meet our 2014 Youth of the Year

Aleigha Edwards, an 18-year old senior at Hendersonville High School, was named the Boys & Girls Club of Henderson County Youth of the Year on January 20th. Edwards now advances to compete for the North Carolina title in March.

“Without the Boys and Girls Club I honestly do not know where I would be,” Edwards said. “With the club I am focused, compassionate, empowered and inspiring. I am now walking out of the doors of the club a proud and confident leader.”