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How To Start Conversation With A Girl In A Bar Or Club
 
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Here's a few openers for starting conversations with women in social situations. http://www.facebook.com/trippadvice
Views: 158916 Tripp Advice
How to Start a Girl Up Club
 
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Interested in starting a Girl Up club? Here is how you can get started. Shout out to former Teen Advisor Ines for creating this video! Girl Up Clubs have a major impact on girls around the world, empowering people in their own communities to rise up in support of adolescent girls in developing countries. Through education, fundraising, advocacy and service, Girl Up Club members develop the leadership skills needed to make a positive difference in the lives of girls everywhere.
Views: 2526 Girl Up
Boys and Girls Club of America - Start The Story
 
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Directed by Scott Burress a producer at CRM Studios, this video really hit home with crowd at the Chairman's Dinner for the "Youth of the Year Awards" in Dallas
Views: 18993 CRM Studios
How to Start a Club - Change 101
 
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Make real change by starting your own social justice club or group. This video shows you how. It's easy!
Views: 36006 WE
Start a Girls Who Code Club! | Applications Open Now!
 
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Clubs are FREE after-school programs for 6-12th grade girls to use computer science to impact their community and join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models. They can be hosted in schools, universities, libraries, community centers, faith-based organizations, or nonprofits. Clubs are led by Facilitators, who can be teachers, computer scientists, librarians, parents, or volunteers from any background or field. Many Facilitators have NO technical experience and learn to code alongside their Club members. Apply today at girlswhocode.com/clubsapply!
Views: 3109 Girls Who Code
How To Flirt In a Bar or Club (Two Simple Steps)!
 
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Alpha M. Confidence Course: http://aaronmarino.com/confidence-course Drink Advisor For IOS: http://bit.ly/1iU5rGj Drink Advisor For Android: http://bit.ly/1up6KXj How To Flirt Without Being Creepy: http://www.iamalpham.com/index.php/topics/how-to-flirt-without-being-creepy-flirting-tips-and-advice/ More Relationship Advice: http://www.iamalpham.com/topics/category/alpham/relationships My Website: http://www.iamalpham.com My Services: http://www.aaronmarino.com Favorite Hair Product: http://www.peteandpedro.com FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/IAmAlphaM Twitter: https://twitter.com/IAmAlphaM In this video men's style, grooming, fitness and relationship expert, Aaron Marino, teaches you two simple steps to successfully flit in a bar or club. Alpha's going to attempt to get you action- no fancy dance moves required! The first thing you need to understand is that the most attractive people are NOT the most successful in a bar or club getting dates, numbers, or actions. The ones who are successful are the ones who signal their availability through basic flirting techniques. Success Boils Down to Four Things: body language confidence courage practice How to Practice? Starts with step one. Survey the scene by walking around the place. Make eye contact with whomever you can. Eye contact is simple AND the 1st & most basic component of flirting. Don't wear sunglasses in a club at night! Prowl around the room making contact with everyone! But don't linger. Time is of the essence. Grab your boys and station yourself near the girl from whom you want attention- about 10 to 15 feet away. Stand at a slight angle so that with a simple turn of the head you have her in your line of sight. Gaze and wait. Be cool when she looks at you by maintaining eye contact and giving a little smirk. Open your posture and face her- wait. In the next 60 seconds, she will glance back at you. If she does, smile! If you get the glance back in 6-0 seconds, walk up and introduce yourself. Never lead with a physical compliment. Instead, be calm, cool, and collected. "Hey, I'm Aaron. What's your name?" If she doesn't glance back at you within that 60 second window, pack up and move on for your 2nd option. You can come back to your 1st choice later in the night. Body Language Dos and Don'ts Do smile and make eye contact Don't mirror someone else's body language Do touch her arm- the safest place to touch in a non-threatening way Don't caress her face Do lightly touch her waist Don't stay too long- flirt meet then mingle then come back and flirt some more Do keep it light and fun Where to Find the Best Bars and Clubs? Drink Advisor is the best way to find the best bars and clubs in your city. The app features bars and clubs in approximately 130 cities worldwide. If you are looking for a place to go, popular spots come up in a city search. The spots include reviews, descriptions, and pictures as well. Alpha loves to find new cool places, and Drink Advisor is perfect! He also loves the feature that breaks down drinks - names, ingredients, facts, and more. The app streamlines planning- check it out by downloading for free.
Views: 1473214 alpha m.
How to Approach Girls (works EVERY time)
 
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3 steps for how to talk to girls with confidence. This is how to approach girls with confidence. ▼ see below for links & more ▼ MY FREE CONFIDENCE COURSE: ➜ https://www.howtobeast.com/get-confident SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL HERE: ➜ http://www.youtube.com/howtobeast?sub_confirmation=1 MY SOCIAL MEDIA: ➜ Instagram: http://instagram.com/howtobeast ➜ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/howtobeast ➜ Website: http://www.howtobeast.com NEW HERE? My name is David de las Morenas. I'm a strength coach & bestselling author based in Boston. I upload new videos every Monday & Thursday. Song credit: Zookeepers & Heuse - Mercury [NCS Release]
Views: 3595292 How to Beast
How To Get ANY Girl You Like On The Dance Floor
 
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http://puatrk.com/?a=58&c=1&s1=howtogetanygirlyoulikeonthedancefloor Learn the secrets to dance floor game and attract any girl you like in the nightclub... even if you can't dance!
Views: 687967 Richard LaRuina
How To Flirt With Girls At The CLUB 😍 | COCO Chanou
 
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In this video I talk about how to flirt with girls at the club / while going out My jewelry line: http://www.shikkushikku.com http://www.instagram.com/shikkushikku My vlogging channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvLQqo6XnqyWbJjt82IELpg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coco_chanou/ Tumblr: http://www.xxchanouxx.tumblr.com/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cocochanou Snapchat: xxchanouxx ONLY BUSINESS EMAIL: [email protected] This is NOT a sponsored video
Views: 61391 COCO Chanou
Girls Give Their Advice on How to Pick Them Up in a Club.
 
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Men's Room host Mark Sparks drops in Circa Nightclub to ask the girls there some questions about what guys need to do to pick them up in the club. www.mensroom.tv
Views: 3239714 mensroomtv
What To Say To A Girl At A Party (Steal These Lines!)
 
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Here’s the link for Chick Crack ►► http://www.trippadvice.com/chick-crack Hooked Program: http://www.getherhooked.com Parties, social gatherings and networking events are all great ways for meeting girls and expanding your social network. So today I'm going to talk about everything you need to know about how to meet girls at parties, what to talk about and how to make connections with them. We'll cover when to show up to the party, how to start a conversation with a girl you want to talk to and the best line to use for getting her to hang out when the party's over. Help us translate our videos into your language: https://buff.ly/2nunleZ.
Views: 61664 Tripp Advice
How to Join Girls Dancing on the Floor | Club Dancing
 
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Like these Dance Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1JSDyRv Watch more How to Dance at a Club videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/487722-How-to-Join-Girls-Dancing-on-the-Floor-Club-Dancing Learn how to join girls dancing on the floor in this Howcast club dancing video with expert Tweetie. What's up you all, my name is Tweet Boogie. I represent the South Bronx. I had my first hip hop crew at 14, I've done some work. She's done some work with Jay Z, May J. Blige, Destiny's Child, travelled all over the world because I teach hip hop culture and right now I'm ready to teach you some dances for the club. Let's get it started. So this is a segment where I'm teaching you how to join girls on a dance floor. I'm going to play the part of the male to show you how a male can join girls that are already on the dance floor. So I shall return, you come over here good. I'm going to step up. So he's already doing a twin step, so I see a group of girls and I'm like oh they look pretty and interesting, let me go check them out. So I come in wow and I join them and while I get their attention oh hey good and now I will attract them and they would be like oh you want to join us? Now he's going to change the dance and I want to see if I can catch it. Good, and if I do may be I could get my partner to dance with me. Let's see, oh and now my dance partner is dancing with me and may be the other girls will dance with me too. Now if you chance the sit up again so now we got a little thing going but now it's your turn to show them. So he's going to be the male of course and you can see he's such a gentleman, good. He tried to match me, so he's going to go to the side; I'm going to be the lady. I'm going to do my two step, hey ladies he's going to come in. He's checking us out, we're having a good time, he comes close to me. Hey and I notice him and I'm like who are you. So now I'm going to change up the dance and see what he's reckoned with. So, can he do it? hey he can do it, so now we form a nice bond together. So now that I know that he knows how to dance and we're going to look good together, now I'm dancing with him. So this is the easy way to join girls on a dance floor. So now we need to try this sort of music to see if it actually works. So CJ, drop them. Now I'm dancing with my girls, hey girls and party over here, party over here and party over here and here he comes trying to break in. So I see him, you want to do a two step with me. So now let me try to flip it on him. So I see that he knows how to do the same dance as me and so now I'm dancing with him and I bring him into my circle. So that is a really good way to learn how to dance with the girls on a dance floor.
Views: 1635351 HowcastArtsRec
HOW TO TALK TO GIRLS | NEVER RUN OUT OF THINGS TO SAY | KEEP A CONVERSATION GOING
 
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Find out how to talk to girls, never run out of things to say and keep a conversation going. Talking to hot girls and even guys isn't rocket science, but to master conversation and become an incredible conversationalist, the knowledge in this video should help.
Views: 3852631 FarFromAverage
Great Futures Start Here - Boys & Girls Clubs of America PSA
 
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A new public service announcement, directed by Academy Award winner Ron Howard with the support of producer Brian Grazer and Imagine Entertainment, dramatically illustrates the impact of the Boys & Girls Club Experience in transforming the lives of young people. Debuting on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011, the video features 21 notable Boys & Girls Club alumni including national co-spokespersons Denzel Washington and Jennifer Lopez, along with Ashanti, General Wesley Clark, Misty Copeland, John Paul DeJoria, Cuba Gooding Jr., Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mario Lopez, Ne-Yo, Edward James Olmos, Lucille O'Neal, Shaquille O'Neal, Smokey Robinson, CC Sabathia, Martin Sheen, Courtney B. Vance, Kerry Washington and Shaun White. BGCA's 2010 National Youth of the Year Mona Dixon rounded out the cast. The music heard in the announcement features Beyonce and was written by Diane Warren. The PSA, titled "Great Futures Start Here," was created to draw awareness about the critical issues -- high school dropout rate, childhood obesity, youth violence -- that puts millions of America's kids, and the nation's future, at risk. Kids in every community deserve a chance at a great future. Boys & Girls Clubs provide high-impact, affordable programs, and caring adult mentorship to give kids an opportunity to learn and grow. Every day, Clubs around the world emphasize academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.
BGC14 Shannon and Shannade Best Moments ( Clermont Twins )
 
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No copyright intended ! I own no audio or clips shown in this video. All rights go to Oxygen, NBC and other companies associated with created and distributing Bad Girls Club !
Views: 1992035 BGC CREW
How to Start a Girl Up Club
 
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5 Steps to Starting a Club What is Girl Up? A campaign sponsored by the United Nations Foundation that funds programs that promote the health, safety, education, and leadership of girls in developing countries. It consists of a community of passionate advocates and youth leaders, just like you! * Meet your school and Girl Up Requirements. * For Girl Up: * Host five Girl Up activities * Can be of any of the four pillars: education, advocacy, service, and fundraising * Complete semester and activity reports * Can be found in the Girl Up community * Recruit new members * Use social media * Talk to your friends * Promote via school news/broadcasting * Put up posters * Talk/email teachers asking them to promote the club * Participate in the Girl Up community. Perks: * Get updates from Girl Up, use resources for your club and any activities, participate in club challenges, get points for doing activities, apply for club grants to use for club-related expenses, get support! * Participate in fundraising challenges * For your school: * Club name * Club leader(s) * # of club members (5 for Girl Up, 15 (ex) for school) * Contact info * Adult advisor * Paperwork * Have your first board meeting * Board (or club officers), usually consist of : * President * Vice President * Treasurer * Secretary * Historian * TIP: Make committees for the different pillars: Education, Service, Fundraising, and Advocacy (ensures that you complete activities in the diff. pillars and that your club members are more involved in what they actually want to be a part of) * Have the meeting before school starts * Use the board meeting as way to get closer to your club officers — they’re the backbone of your club (this ensures that everyone feels included) * Make decisions on: * club dues * club shirts * potential club activities * the club’s structure: how often you meet, when and where you meet, etc. * Make a year plan * Make a plan * Include: * meeting dates * event dates * national & international holidays, special days, etc. * Make the plan accessible to club members and club officers * Make sure you have regular meetings * Plan your activities in accordance with Girl Up challenges and activities to earn extra points in the Girl Up community * Make your first meeting * this is the most important meeting — consider it as the recruitment meeting (where the bulk of your members will come from) * Suggestion: Making a PowerPoint. Include: * Information about Girl Up * What your club stands for (your spec. values) * What you’re planning on doing for the year (activities, events, etc.) * Announce your club dues, shirts, other costs, etc. * Don’t make it boring! Include music, videos, food, etc. Captivate your audience! * Stay active! * Complete activities * Use social media to display your successes and connect to other clubs * Interact within the community -The Girl Up community has tons of resources — more useful to this chat is the “Club Starter Guide” -If you have any questions, you can email me at [email protected] -You can follow me on Twitter, Instagram, and the GU community with @shaylazamoraa
Views: 41 Shayla Zamora
Dreamdoll Got Her Start On Bad Girls Club From Bullying Castmates
 
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Dreamdoll talks with Southside Dash Radio Watch Full Interview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvEibUO7DfQ ► Listen LIVE: http://dashradio.com/southside ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/southsidedash ► CALL IN LIVE 678-999-8053 #SouthsideRadio #DASHRADIO
Views: 5505 ALL URBAN CENTRAL
Bad Girls Club S1 Ep.1 Part (1-2) {The Start!} (RE-UPLOAD!)
 
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RE-UPLOAD! This season only had 3 Episode so I will Try and Upload all of them Today! :D ENJOY This season wasn't really that good to me lol!
Views: 6159 Jeff23
Denzel Washington - Great Futures Start Here - Boys & Girls Clubs of America
 
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Denzel Washington sat down with Boys & Girls Clubs of America in June 2011 while participating in a PSA shoot with 20 other prestigious Boys & Girls Club alumni. Debuting on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011, the video features 21 notable Boys & Girls Club alumni including national co-spokesperson Jennifer Lopez, along with Ashanti, General Wesley Clark, Misty Copeland, John Paul DeJoria, Cuba Gooding Jr., Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mario Lopez, Ne-Yo, Edward James Olmos, Lucille O'Neal, Shaquille O'Neal, Smokey Robinson, CC Sabathia, Martin Sheen, Courtney B. Vance, Kerry Washington and Shaun White. BGCA's 2010 National Youth of the Year Mona Dixon rounded out the cast.
Great Futures Start Here - Boys & Girls Clubs of America PSA (60s)
 
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A new public service announcement, directed by Academy Award winner Ron Howard with the support of producer Brian Grazer and Imagine Entertainment, dramatically illustrates the impact of the Boys & Girls Club Experience in transforming the lives of young people. Debuting on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011, the video features 21 notable Boys & Girls Club alumni including national co-spokespersons Denzel Washington and Jennifer Lopez, along with Ashanti, General Wesley Clark, Misty Copeland, John Paul DeJoria, Cuba Gooding Jr., Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mario Lopez, Ne-Yo, Edward James Olmos, Lucille O'Neal, Shaquille O'Neal, Smokey Robinson, CC Sabathia, Martin Sheen, Courtney B. Vance, Kerry Washington and Shaun White. BGCA's 2010 National Youth of the Year Mona Dixon rounded out the cast. The music heard in the announcement features Beyonce and was written by Diane Warren. The PSA, titled "Great Futures Start Here," was created to draw awareness about the critical issues -- high school dropout rate, childhood obesity, youth violence -- that puts millions of America's kids, and the nation's future, at risk. Kids in every community deserve a chance at a great future. Boys & Girls Clubs provide high-impact, affordable programs, and caring adult mentorship to give kids an opportunity to learn and grow. Every day, Clubs around the world emphasize academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada - Great Futures Start Here: Taylor Hall
 
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We told him to shoot for the stars. He shot for the net instead. Taylor Hall, #1 NHL 2010 draft pick Former member of Boys & Girls Clubs of Calgary This video by Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada (www.bgccan.com) imagines Taylor Hall as a young boy to show how Boys and Girls Clubs create positive opportunities for children and youth to dream, grow and achieve their full potential. Hall was the NHL’s #1 draft pick in 2010 and is a former member of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. The hockey star currently plays for the Edmonton Oilers and is a proud supporter of Boys and Girls Clubs. The national charity, Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada (BGCC), launched a series of 3 public service announcements celebrating the impact of Boys and Girls Clubs on the lives of some of its accomplished alumni. In addition to Taylor Hall, Great Futures Start Here also features 30-second vignettes about former Club members: #1 NBA draft pick Anthony Bennett; and award-winning child psychiatrist Dr. Jean Clinton. The national charity has a 110-year history of supporting young people’s healthy development, which helped attract top creative talent to produce the videos on a shoestring budget. DARE Toronto, Director David Hicks and Sons and Daughters Productions generously waived their fees on this project. Twenty young members of the Boys and Girls Club of East Scarborough also contributed to the making of the PSAs by showing up very early on a cold and snowy Sunday morning in November to be extras in the PSAs filmed at the Club. Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada is dedicated to supporting and encouraging children and youth as they grow and develop. We are a national charity serving 200,000 young people in 650 locations across Canada. We listen to their opinions and ideas, applaud their accomplishments, lend support during their struggles and provide ways for them to explore their interests and talents. With this encouragement, young people develop the confidence and sense of belonging that helps them succeed in school, form positive relationships and mature into responsible, caring adults. For over 110, years we have welcomed children, youth and their families into clubs that reflect the diversity of Canada in small and large cities, rural communities and First Nations reserves. Visit www.bgccan.com and follow us at www.facebook.com/bgccan and www.twitter.com/bgccan.
Boys & Girls Club - Building Strong Partnerships to Start GREAT FUTURES for Our Youth
 
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The Club partners with the Oshkosh Area School District, the Oshkosh Police Department, the Tri-County Community Dental Clinic, Catalpa Health and many different members of the community to impact youth in our community and help them start their GREAT FUTURES!
Views: 209 BGC Oshkosh
START THE STORY - WATTS/ WILLOWBROOK BOYS & GIRLS CLUB
 
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Established in 1947, Youth of the Year is BGCA's premier recognition program for Club members, promoting service to Club, community and family; academic success; strong moral character; life goals; and poise and public speaking ability.
Views: 388 Denzell Otis Perry
Bad Girls Club ep. 11. (Don't start with me)
 
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The girls go to Cancun!! But of course, a bad girl can't be in cancun and not get in some sort of trouble. Andrea and Karry fight, but why.
Views: 822 Simscitee
Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada - Great Futures Start Here: Anthony Bennett
 
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We like to think we’re his original teammates. Great futures start here. Anthony Bennett, #1 NBA 2013 draft pick This video by Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada (www.bgccan.com) imagines Anthony Bennett as a young boy to show how Boys and Girls Clubs create positive opportunities for children and youth to dream, grow and achieve their full potential. Bennett was the NBA’s #1 draft pick in 2013 and is a former member of Jane and Finch Boys and Girls Club in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The basketball star currently plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves and is a proud supporter of Boys and Girls Clubs. The national charity, Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada (BGCC), launched a series of 3 public service announcements celebrating the impact of Boys and Girls Clubs on the lives of some of its accomplished alumni. In addition to Anthony Bennett, Great Futures Start Here also features 30-second vignettes about former Club members: #1 NHL draft pick Taylor Hall; and award-winning child psychiatrist Dr. Jean Clinton. The national charity has a 110-year history of supporting young people’s healthy development, which helped attract top creative talent to produce the videos on a shoestring budget. DARE Toronto, Director David Hicks and Sons and Daughters Productions generously waived their fees on this project. Twenty young members of the Boys and Girls Club of East Scarborough also contributed to the making of the PSAs by showing up very early on a cold and snowy Sunday morning in November to be extras in the PSAs filmed at the Club. Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada is dedicated to supporting and encouraging children and youth as they grow and develop. We are a national charity serving 200,000 young people in 650 locations across Canada. We listen to their opinions and ideas, applaud their accomplishments, lend support during their struggles and provide ways for them to explore their interests and talents. With this encouragement, young people develop the confidence and sense of belonging that helps them succeed in school, form positive relationships and mature into responsible, caring adults. For over 110, years we have welcomed children, youth and their families into clubs that reflect the diversity of Canada in small and large cities, rural communities and First Nations reserves. Visit www.bgccan.com and follow us at www.facebook.com/bgccan and www.twitter.com/bgccan.
Great Futures Start at Rotary Boys & Girls Club
 
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OUR MISSION: To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. For almost 60 years, the Rotary Branch of the Boys and Girls Club serves more than 650 inner-city children and teenagers in the Central Area of Seattle. Over 90% of our members are from ethnic minority backgrounds. More than 50% live in single parent homes, extended family situations, or foster care. With the many pressing issues facing the youth in our community today it is critical that we all assist in the positive guidance, development, and safety of our school-aged children. The Rotary Branch gives youth the opportunity to have a safe place to call "my club," where quality programs help them make "today's dreams tomorrow's reality."
Views: 383 RotaryBGC
Boys & Girls Club of Newburgh...Great Futures Start Here.
 
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Please help us strengthen our community by donating or volunteering!
Brigade Boys & Girls Club's Great Futures Start With YOU!
 
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Go to www.brigadebgc.org/donate-now to invest in the Great Futures of our youth and teens!
Views: 72 BrigadeBGC
When Your Kids Start Watching Bad Girls Club
 
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I DO NOT OWN THIS VIDEO but it funny.
Views: 296 drkingdom5
Shaquille O'Neal - Great Futures Start Here - Boys & Girls Clubs of America
 
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Shaquille O'Neal sat down with Boys & Girls Clubs of America in June 2011 while participating in a PSA shoot with 20 other prestigious Boys & Girls Club alumni. Debuting on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011, the video features 21 notable Boys & Girls Club alumni including national co-spokesperson Denzel Washington and Jennifer Lopez, along with Ashanti, General Wesley Clark, Misty Copeland, John Paul DeJoria, Cuba Gooding Jr., Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mario Lopez, Ne-Yo, Edward James Olmos, Lucille O'Neal, Smokey Robinson, CC Sabathia, Martin Sheen, Courtney B. Vance, Kerry Washington and Shaun White. BGCA's 2010 National Youth of the Year Mona Dixon rounded out the cast.
Jennifer Lopez - Great Futures Start Here - Boys & Girls Clubs of America
 
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Jennifer Lopez sat down with Boys & Girls Clubs of America in June 2011 while participating in a PSA shoot with 20 other prestigious Boys & Girls Club alumni. Debuting on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011, the video features 21 notable Boys & Girls Club alumni including national Jennifer's co-spokesperson Denzel Washington, along with Ashanti, General Wesley Clark, Misty Copeland, John Paul DeJoria, Cuba Gooding Jr., Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mario Lopez, Ne-Yo, Edward James Olmos, Lucille O'Neal, Shaquille O'Neal, Smokey Robinson, CC Sabathia, Martin Sheen, Courtney B. Vance, Kerry Washington and Shaun White. BGCA's 2010 National Youth of the Year Mona Dixon rounded out the cast.
Misty Copeland - Great Futures Start Here - Boys & Girls Clubs of America
 
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Ballerina Misty Copeland sat down with Boys & Girls Clubs of America in June 2011 while participating in a PSA shoot with 20 other prestigious Boys & Girls Club alumni. Debuting on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011, the video features 21 notable Boys & Girls Club alumni including national co-spokesperson Denzel Washington and Jennifer Lopez, along with Ashanti, General Wesley Clark, John Paul DeJoria, Cuba Gooding Jr., Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mario Lopez, Ne-Yo, Edward James Olmos, Lucille O'Neal, Shaquille O'Neal, Smokey Robinson, CC Sabathia, Martin Sheen, Courtney B. Vance, Kerry Washington and Shaun White. BGCA's 2010 National Youth of the Year Mona Dixon rounded out the cast.
85 Years - Great Futures Start Here - Boys & Girls Clubs of Muncie
 
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85-years later and we’re still creating Great Futures! 💙 The Boys & Girls Clubs of Muncie will continue to transform the lives of Muncie kids thanks to your generous contributions! Learn more at https://www.bgcmuncie.org.
Boys and Girls Club of Peel - Great Futures Start Here
 
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ABOUT US Changing lives of young people since 1983, the Boys and Girls Club of Peel is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that engages at-risk children, youth and families from low-income communities. We provide a safe place for these individuals to participate in impactful, fun activities that support the development of confidence, learning and positive relationships. We are currently serving the City of Mississauga, City of Brampton and the Town of Caledon. We are always looking to expand our services across the Region and further grow and develop relationships with our current and future Partners.
Views: 48 Michael Gyovai
Ashanti - Great Futures Start Here - Boys & Girls Clubs of America
 
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Ashanti sat down with Boys & Girls Clubs of America in June 2011 while participating in a PSA shoot with 20 other prestigious Boys & Girls Club alumni. Debuting on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011, the video features 21 notable Boys & Girls Club alumni including national co-spokesperson Denzel Washington and Jennifer Lopez, along with General Wesley Clark, Misty Copeland, John Paul DeJoria, Cuba Gooding Jr., Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mario Lopez, Ne-Yo, Edward James Olmos, Lucille O'Neal, Shaquille O'Neal, Smokey Robinson, CC Sabathia, Martin Sheen, Courtney B. Vance, Kerry Washington and Shaun White. BGCA's 2010 National Youth of the Year Mona Dixon rounded out the cast.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix: Great Futures Start Here
 
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CVS Health is proud to support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix (BGCMP) which provide structured, comprehensive development programs for youth ages 5-18. The BGCMP's mission is to provide quality after-school programs, under the supervision of a caring, professional staff, that provide a nurturing environment for educational and personal development.
Great Futures Start Here!  Boys & Girls Club of Garfield 2013
 
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"Great Futures Start Here" The 2013 Annual Campaign for the Boys & Girls Club of Garfield This is your opportunity to make a lasting difference in the life of a child. As an adult, you know having a dream gives you a sense of purpose for a lifetime. A child's voice relays wisdom that resonates for generations. Our Boys & Girls Club helps our children by equipping them with the tools to succeed both academically and civically. "Great Futures Start Here," and you can help make dreams a reality with a donation to the 2013 Annual Campaign.
Views: 477 Paul J Casey
Boys, Girl Clubs Start New Program To Get Kids Ready For College Early
 
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Going to college can be a very competitive endeavor. -- especially for students who want in to the UC system. KCAL9's Craig Herrera explains how the new program works.
Views: 41 CBS Los Angeles
John Paul DeJoria - Great Futures Start Here - Boys & Girls Clubs of America
 
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John Paul DeJoria, Mr. Paul Mitchell, himself, sat down with Boys & Girls Clubs of America in June 2011 while participating in a PSA shoot with 20 other prestigious Boys & Girls Club alumni. Debuting on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011, the video features 21 notable Boys & Girls Club alumni including national co-spokesperson Denzel Washington and Jennifer Lopez, along with Ashanti, General Wesley Clark, Misty Copeland, Cuba Gooding Jr., Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mario Lopez, Ne-Yo, Edward James Olmos, Lucille O'Neal, Shaquille O'Neal, Smokey Robinson, CC Sabathia, Martin Sheen, Courtney B. Vance, Kerry Washington and Shaun White. BGCA's 2010 National Youth of the Year Mona Dixon rounded out the cast.
Great Futures Start Here - Behind the Scenes
 
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Boys & Girls Clubs of America takes you behind the scenes of our biggest Public Service Announcement ever! A new public service announcement, directed by Academy Award winner Ron Howard with the support of producer Brian Grazer and Imagine Entertainment, dramatically illustrates the impact of the Boys & Girls Club Experience in transforming the lives of young people. Debuting on Wednesday, Sept. 21, the video features 21 noteable Boys & Girls Club alumni including national co-spokespersons Denzel Washington and Jennifer Lopez, along with Ashanti, General Wesley Clark, Misty Copeland, John Paul DeJoria, Cuba Gooding Jr., Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mario Lopez, Ne-Yo, Edward James Olmos, Lucille O'Neal, Shaquille O'Neal, Smokey Robinson, CC Sabathia, Martin Sheen, Courtney B. Vance, Kerry Washington and Shaun White. BGCA's 2010 National Youth of the Year Mona Dixon rounded out the cast. The PSA, titled "Great Futures Start Here," was created to draw awareness about the critical issues -- high school dropout rate, childhood obesity, youth violence -- that puts millions of America's kids, and the nation's future, at risk. Kids in every community deserve a chance at a great future. Boys & Girls Clubs provide high-impact, affordable programs, and caring adult mentorship to give kids an opportunity to learn and grow. Every day, Clubs around the world emphasize academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.
6 Signs A Girl Gives When SHE Wants YOU To Talk To Her!
 
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How To Start A Fire In The End Times
 
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cold? need to warm up some freeze dried fava beans? Here's a fun new way to start a fire after the apocalypse, when we live in a world of smoldering junk metal and hopefully a few 9V batteries ;) fire starter kits and complete survival packages available for purchase at www.endtimesgirlsclub.com/webstore
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Great Futures Start at Boys & Girls Clubs
 
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As part of BGCA's Sept. 15 (Washinton, D.C.) advocacy event, Mona Dixon, BGCA's 2010-2011 National Youth of the Year, describes the advantages and opportunities she found at her Boys & Girls Clubs.
Magic Johnson - Great Futures Start Here - Boys & Girls Clubs of America
 
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Earvin "Magic" Johnson sat down with Boys & Girls Clubs of America in June 2011 while participating in a PSA shoot with 20 other prestigious Boys & Girls Club alumni. Debuting on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011, the video features 21 notable Boys & Girls Club alumni including national co-spokesperson Denzel Washington and Jennifer Lopez, along with Ashanti, General Wesley Clark, Misty Copeland, John Paul DeJoria, Cuba Gooding Jr., Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Sugar Ray Leonard, Mario Lopez, Ne-Yo, Edward James Olmos, Lucille O'Neal, Shaquille O'Neal, Smokey Robinson, CC Sabathia, Martin Sheen, Courtney B. Vance, Kerry Washington and Shaun White. BGCA's 2010 National Youth of the Year Mona Dixon rounded out the cast.