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Empowering Greeley’s Teens: Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County Unveils New Teen Center

Updated: Jul 5

What seemed like a typical day in Greeley with kids playing games and parents enjoying live music, was anything but usual for teens at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County.  On this Saturday afternoon—the community was celebrating something big—the grand opening of The Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County’s new Teen Center facility in Greeley. 


The center gives teens in Greeley, and nearby communities, a place to call their own. The 15,000-square-foot building was originally built as a roller-skating rink in the 1921. Now, the newly refurbished center is a place for teens to connect with their community, learn new skills, and stay active.  

The grand opening event, sponsored by longtime partner, Comcast NBCUniversal, featured live music, a live painter, appearances from Denver Broncos cheerleaders, and food trucks.  


“We’re grateful for the wonderful longtime partnership we’ve enjoyed with Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County, investing in programs that provide access for youth to a variety of technologies and help them build valuable digital skills. The new Teen Center offers a wide range of terrific opportunities and resources for teens. Comcast is proud to help celebrate the grand opening of this wonderful new space for youth in Greeley!"   

 See the full article by Zach Pagano here.


Written by Zach Pagano, Public Relations Manager | Comcast Mountain West Region

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