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Vergennes youth club gets grant, has big plans

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB Member Josh Goff, left, pictured with Cooper Corcoran and Nicholas Fuller, helped inspire the Vergennes-area youth club’s upcoming trip to South Dakota with his 2023 rendition of Mount Rushmore. Photo Courtesy of the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Vergennes

Back on July 5, 1999, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Vergennes first opened its doors under the guidance of founder Sam Allo. It was then based in the Vergennes National Guard Armory on Monkton Road.

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