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Don Moyer Boys and Girls Club

Cash crunch again threatens local Boys and Girls Club

CHAMPAIGN --- For the fourth time this decade, the Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club is appealing for community help to keep its doors open.

The News-Gazette/Daezyah Woodland, 13, of Rantoul plants zinnias Friday alongside Kate Metz of Champaign, a master gardener intern. Children and staff with the Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club planted the "prosperity garden" Friday with members of the University of Illinois Extension's Master Gardeners on North First Street, just north of the Champaign Police Station.
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Garden grows life lessons for local youth

CHAMPAIGN --- Beautification, nutrition, respect for environment, charity, entrepreneurship. Who would have thought so many life lessons could come from a package of seeds? 

Children from the Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club, that's who.

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Summer program boosts nutrition and excercise in local Boys and Girls Club

By Susan Kantor—The Triple Play Program promotes wellness in children through exercise and nutrition education.

CU Citizen Access/ Participants eat cereal as part of the Don Moyer Boys and Girls Club Triple Play Program
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