Boys and Girls Club of the Northern Cheyenne Nation provides a safe place for children of all ages to learn, develop and grow, have fun, and make new friends. Our programs reflect our cultural values and meet the needs of the communities we serve.
Our main goal is to encourage our Cheyenne youth to discover their own creativity and sense of purpose and to develop leadership skills that provide an understanding of our culture, traditional values and sense of responsibility for self, others, and for our homeland. The Cultural Learning Project focuses heavily on hands-on learning activities combining field trips, peer led projects, presentation campouts, and lock-Ins.
The Boys and Girls Club offers summer day camps to various Cheyenne land sites, to give club members opportunities to learn stories and traditions from Cheyenne elders.
Cheyenne Language Program
Power Hour and the Computer Learning Center -
In partnership with Chief Dull Knife College, the club offers a Cheyenne language program for club kids.
Exercise and Activities
T.R.A.I. L.- Together Raising Awareness for Indian Lives
Swimming – This is a local physical activity in which club members participate in swimming activities provided at the St. Labre Soaring Eagle Center.
SMART Moves - Skills Mastery and Resistance Training
Healthy Habits - Learning a healthier way to eat and exercise.
Teen Summer Camps
Torch Club is a “club within the Club” for club members between 11 - 13 years old, helping to meet the special character-development needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their life.