​                    Our Staff

 The Dillon County Boys and Girls Youth Center with a Board of Director’s to oversee daily functioning along with management. The Boys and Girls Youth Center founder is Eugene Campbell. The CEO is Kenneth L. Smith.  Mr. Smith is  Retired Military,  with over 20 years of active service in the United States Army.   He  also has over 20 years working in a leadership role, from   Platoon Sergeant, Drill Sergeant and Captain on the Security   Forces.  Mr. Smith has mentored many youth and young adults,   presently he is volunteering his service as a Pretrail   Intervention counselor ( PTI) a community base program for   at Risk Teenagers in Dillon, South Carolina. Mr. Smith has first   hand experience with at risk teenagers and teens who have   experienced physical and mental abuse. Mr. Smith works hard to give back to his "Community"

 

 

                             Operations

 

The Dillon County Boys and Girls Youth Center operates on 4 day per week schedule.  Daily operations starts at 3:00 and will include snacks, educational training, tutoring  Stem and self-help classes. We are Located in Latta ,SC. Our facility  can accommodate up to 40 youth with a multipurpose room and a full kitchen. The Dillon County Boys and Girls Youth Center have a number of Volunteering  staff ranging from Students, Teachers and Professional Counselors.  Our goal is to support local business and agencies by purchasing our needed supplies locally. When we buy locally we give back to our community.

 

 

 

 

Send us an email:

dcbgyc@gmail.com

" Let's Read" 

"RUBY AND ROSE LITERACY PROGRAM":

The goal of the Ruby and Rose Books Aloud Program is to:

 Increase students access to a wide range of high-quality books

  • Help build personal libraries for children all school year long

  • Allow children to develop a love of reading

  • Engage parents in reading to their children through a build-at-home library

  • Improve children’s language skills and academic vocabulary (e.g. critical to understanding concepts and content in subject areas).

 4K is an important and challenging year for reading. Over the past several years, your child has been solidifying foundational skills like decoding and fluency. With hard work and the help of Ruby and Rose Literacy Program, we hope to make this possible.

We have given away over 5,000 books to 4K and 5K students in Dillon County to start a "Personal At Home Library ".
​               Reading in FUN-Da-Mental

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Email us:  dcbgyc@gmail.com   /  P.O. Box 862  Dillon, SC  29536

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