Boys & Girls Club Held Its 42nd Annual Stake N’ Burger

The Boys and Girls Clubs recently hosted their 42nd annual Stake N’ Burger dinner at the East Lake Clubhouse, a cherished tradition that brings together community members in support of vital ongoing programs. From summer camps to STEM initiatives and teen leadership development, the dinner serves as a cornerstone event, raising crucial funds to sustain and expand these enriching opportunities for youth. The evening drew over 350 guests, including esteemed board members, influential civic and corporate leaders, and passionate supporters, all coming together to make a positive impact on the lives of young people in the community.

Mark Brock was honored this year as a long-time board member and dedicated volunteer.

Mark’s tireless efforts and unwavering commitment have played a significant role in advancing the mission and empowering the youth of Chattanooga.

Jasmine Thomas, Youth of the Year, was awarded the Lisa Brock Memorial Scholarship by Gail Jenkins, Board member. 

Chattanooga Ballet-affiliated club members showcased their talents to dinner guests. Meanwhile, the Boys & Girls of Chattanooga proudly maintain a collaborative partnership with the esteemed Chattanooga Ballet, recognizing the transformative power of ballet in enriching the lives of youth and fostering creativity, self-expression, and confidence within the community.