Partnership for Kids


During the month of April, watch for our banners, in-store shelf signs, table tents, and investor cards.

Please help our kids by supporting our participating investors listed below.
It’s a great way to help give kids a positive place to spend their free time.


Sponsored By:

Summer Program Registration

Our Summer Program is a safe place for children 5 to 18 years of age to attend during the summer and interact with positive adult role models.

Click on the branch that fits you:

Youth of the Year

Youth of the Year
Youth of the Year is the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s premier youth recognition program.  It promotes and celebrates service to Club, community, and family, academic performance, moral character, life goals, poise and public speaking ability.
Our organization selects one Youth of the Year from members ages 14-18 who then proceeds to a state-wide competition.  If chosen as the state winner they will have the opportunity to compete in a regional competition.  The five regional winners across the country then compete for the National Youth of the Year.  This honor is installed by the President of the United States of America.


2019 Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley Youth of the Year Candidates

Tori Blewitt
2019 Clarkston Club Youth of the Year

Tori Blewett is a 15-year-old Club Member who has been attending the Clarkston Boys & Girls Club for nearly 10 years. Tori is involved in several Club programs including Keystone Club, Girls Club, Go-On, and Jr. Staff.  Along with these programs, Tori also participates in various different community service projects and fundraising events that are available through the Club. Tori is passionate about working with youth and serves as an excellent role model for our younger Club Members.  Each day she strives to make the Clarkston Club a positive place for staff and Club Members alike. Outside of the Club Tori is a member of her high school’s Skills USA program and enjoys playing volleyball, softball, and basketball as well. One of Tori’s greatest strengths is her strong work ethic which shows in everything she does. Our Club is a better place because of Tori and we are proud to call her our 2019 Youth of the Year.

Tarriq Wells
2019 Lapwai Club Youth of the Year

Tarriq Wells has been an active member of the Lapwai Boys & Girls Club for the past 9 years.  He is a regular attendee of his Clubhouse, participating in its life-enhancing programs and activities.  His time spent at the Club has helped him build positive character and strong leadership skills. Tarriq is a laid back, easy going and silent young leader.

As a Jr. Staff, Tarriq has worked alongside program staff in implementing programs and activities for Club Members. He has helped assist in T.R.A.I.L. (diabetes prevention) and Triple Play. He is the Vice President of his Club’s Keystone Club, helping coordinate service projects.  He is also a participant in the Smart Moves and Ballers Night programs, where he has acquired ways to deal with peer pressures. As part of his participation in the Youth of the Year program, Tarriq would like to advocate the positive impact his Clubhouse has had on his life and to raise awareness for other youth on the benefits of participating at the Boys & Girls Club.

Tarriq is a helpful person who leads by example for his peers, younger members and staff.  He is a great Club Member and representative for his Boys & Girls Club, family, friends and community.

Jessica Schumacher
2019 Lewiston Club Youth of the Year

Jessica Schumacher is a 14-year-old member from the Lewiston Boys & Girls Club. She has been a member since the beginning of this school year, and currently is a freshman at Sacajawea Junior High School. Jessica is a positive role model to anyone that she comes in contact with, and she stands out among her peers with her empathy towards others and her outgoing personality. She stays very involved at the Club, having participated in programs such as Keystone Club, Girls Club, Power Hour, and Youth of the Year. She is invested in giving back to the community and has spent time volunteering at local organizations like the Life Choices Clinic and The ROC. Jessica has faced many odds when it comes to her mental health and fitting in at school but she has been a shining example of overcoming those odds with her positive attitude.  Her resiliency has made her Youth of the Year quality since she stepped through our doors. Jessica is an outstanding representative for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley.

Press Release – Annual Awards Banquet 2019

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley Recognize Local Youth, Board Members, Staff & Volunteers

Date: January 18, 2019

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley and P1FCU honored outstanding youth members, staff and volunteers at their Annual Awards Dinner on Friday, January 18th, at the Clarkston Quality Inn.  In 2018 the Club served over 5,900 youth in our community, and this event was an opportunity to recognize the dedicated individuals who make that outreach happen.  The event was sponsored by P1FCU.

2019 Youth of the Year

The highlight of the evening was hearing speeches by three candidates competing for the title of 2019 Organizational Youth of the Year for the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley.  Jessica Schumacher (an 8th grader) from the Lewiston Club, Tarriq Wells (a sophomore) from the Lapwai Club, and Tori Blewett (a sophomore) from the Clarkston Club all gave powerful and moving speeches discussing how the Club had played a significant role in their lives.  The actual competition had been judged on the Wednesday prior, with the evening’s announcement of the winner.  The judge’s panel included Steve Aubuchon – Avista, Tim Winter – Superintendent of Clarkston School District, Rick Wassem – Basalt Cellars, and Kathy Poe – Long time Club supporter.

Steve Aubuchon shared highlights of each candidate before presenting the 2019 Organizational Youth of the Year award to Tori Blewett of Clarkston.  The judges had a wonderful experience throughout the selection process, getting to know these amazing young ambassadors for the three Clubs and our community.  Tori, Tarriq, and Jessica are truly an inspiration. Tori Blewett will go on to represent us at the Washington State Competition in Seattle next month.  Best of luck Tori! We are all cheering for you!

Volunteer of the Year
Jon Evans, the Executive Director for the Boys & Girls Clubs, recognized the LC Crew with the 2019 Volunteer of the Year award for their outstanding service to the Club and community.  Willie Deibel accepted the award on behalf of the LC Crew.

Coach of the Year
Club Athletic Directors, Ray Pedrina and Jesse Styner, presented James Ankney with the Coach of the Year award.  James has been a soccer coach for the Club on a number of occasions since 1999 and just recently volunteered to fill a need as a basketball coach.

Staff Member Awards
Jon Evans, the Executive Director for the Boys & Girls Clubs, presented the Management Staff Member of the Year Award to Nicki Shears.  Nicki, has been with the Club for nearly 2 years as the Finance Director.  Nicki always pours her heart and energy into the Club and really has a passion for the youth, staff, and community she serves.

Makenzie Fuller, the Clarkston Unit Director, presented the Clarkston Staff of the Year Award to Hunter Sisemore.
Issac Sisto, the Lapwai Unit Director, presented the Lapwai Staff of the Year Award to Kaitlynn Connerley.
Largent Reeb, the Lewiston Unit Director, presented the Lewiston Staff of the Year Award to Kimmy Schaub.

McQuary Scholarship Award Winners

The Kip & Aluerdine McQuary College Scholarship Program is in its 34rd year.  Along with their son, Don McQuary, we at the Club are honored to continue their legacy of supporting our community’s youth with this wonderful gift each year.  The scholarships are awarded to selected staff that apply, who are currently registered in secondary education opportunities.  The following staff members were selected as recipients of the Kip & Aluerdine McQuary Memorial Scholarship fund for 2019.

Kimberlee Schaub, Lewiston Club
Andrew Simpson, Clarkston Club
Haley Evans, Lewiston Club
Bryn Cornelia, Lewiston Club
Bryson Sischo, Clarkston Club
Aubrey McKague, Clarkston Club

Our three Club Youth of the Year representatives, Tori, Tarriq, and Jessica, also were awarded scholarships for their higher education from the Kip & Aluerdine McQuary Scholarship Program.  Thank you to the McQuary family for this long honored tradition of supporting the ongoing education of our youth and staff!

Thank you Chris Loseth and P1FCU for sponsoring this great event, and for all who attended, to celebrate the recognition of the outstanding youth, staff, and volunteers in our community.


Pepsi Fall Soccer League

ATTENTION COACHES: Vollmer Bowl cannot be used for youth soccer or football practices!!!

League Info \ Schedules \ Standings \ Coaches Corner

League Info:

WELCOME to Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley Pepsi Small Sided Soccer!

Our Soccer Program has grown to become the largest and most popular soccer league for youth in our Valley. Last year alone we had 1,749 players and 200 teams participating in our fall & spring leagues!


  • K-4th:  Each grade is separated league. Teams are co-ed
  • 5th-6th:  graders combine and are non co-ed
  • 7th-9th:  graders combine and are also non co-ed (If number of participants allows).

Boys & Girls in grades K-9th grades are eligible to play, no tryouts. Players must turn 5 years of age by October 27th.  Each league is separated by grade.


Six guaranteed games played Saturdays:


COMPETITIVE – 3rd – 8th

  • 3rd-8th grades:  Standings, scorekeeping & end of season Club Cup 4th-JH (fun tournament style playoff).
  • Cup team ranking is based on standings from the first five games.
  • Playoff games may take place on Friday evenings or in double header form on Saturdays.

Visit our Coaches Corner for team standings, info and updates. 3rd Grade is the introduction to the competitive aspect of soccer, standings and scorekeeping will be in effect but there will be no end of season Club Cup tournament.


  • K-2nd receive game T-shirts
  • 3rd-Jr High receive game jerseys

Shin guards under socks are required to participate.


Participation in all club programs including athletics requires a current Club Membership.

  • Fall Soccer fee is $60.00, which includes a T-shirt.
  • Discount of $5 for each additional child registering from the same household.

LATE Participation after the registration deadline cannot be guaranteed. Late registrations may be taken for an additional $10.00 fee.


The Boys & Girls Clubs do their best to place each child on the appropriate team based on these criteria:

  • First, their grade in school
  • Second, the school they attend
  • Last, vacancies on teams
  • Late registrations will be placed in any open vacancy


**Text LCVSOCCER to 84483 for Alerts on cancellations, upcoming deadlines, and other important info!
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Important Soccer Dates:

September 15: First Day of Games

October 27: Last Possible Day of Games

Tournament Schedule: Updated 10/23/18


The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley are proud of everyone involved in our athletic programs. In an effort to encourage and create a positive, safe & enjoyable environment we present the No Tolerance Policy for all athletic events. We want everyone involved to enjoy athletics in a mature and responsible manner. Thank you for setting a good example of sportsmanship.
We encourage and expect all coaches, spectators and players to:

  • Know and follow the rules and the intent of the rules, respect players, fans, referees and the referees decision
  • Place safety, enjoyment and education of others above all else, including winning, Remember that children play for FUN
  • Never engage in unsportsmanlike behavior, Never use abusive or foul language
  • Encourage in a manner that inspires without belittling others, Encourage players to respect opponents, coaches and referees
  • Avoid criticizing players for mistakes, mistakes are part of learning, Be supportive of teams & represent yourself in a positive manner

Inappropriate behavior may result in expulsion from the current game and/or future games. If needed, a meeting with the Athletic Director will be set up to discuss further action. Decisions made will be fair and in the best interest of the program and its members.
The Boys & Girls Clubs appreciate your support of this MANDATORY policy. Thank You.
Great Futures Start Here-

Athletic Director – Fall Soccer
Raymond Pedrina
Phone:  (208) 746-2301 ex 212
Mail:  1021 Burrell Avenue, Lewiston, ID 83501

Annual Auction




Live Auction Items | Auction Catalog | Sponsor

 We are looking forward to a fun and exciting event with many great items up for bid in the live and silent auction; all to support our three Valley Clubs and youth members! 


The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley’s 40th Annual “Ruby Royale” Dinner & Auction will be held on Saturday evening, November 2nd, at the Nez Perce County Fairgrounds in Lewiston, ID.

Last year more than 600 guests attended the gala event, which again this year will feature both a live and silent auction, and is slated to raise more than $415,000 for Boys & Girls Club programs.

Funds raised provide youth development programs that help members, more than 4,200 kids locally, become more responsible, caring and productive citizens.

Sponsored By:

Event Sponsor

Diamond Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors       

Gold Level Sponsors
Banner Bank
Clearwater Paper
Idaho Forest Group
Regence Blue Shield of Idaho
Rogers Motors
Pathologists’ Regional Laboratory
St. Joseph Regional Medical Center
Tri-State Memorial Hospital

Silver Level Sponsors
DeAtley Crushing/Atlas Sand & Rock
D.A. Davidson
Disaster Response
Edward Jones
Granite Concepts
Knife River
Perfection Tire
Pepsi (Idaho Beverage Company)
S.P.O.R.T Physical Therapy
Washington Trust Bank
Western Construction of Lewiston

Silent Auction Sponsor
Black Rifle Coffee Company
Columbia Bank
Clearview Eye Clinic
CENTURY 21 Price Right
Kenaston Corporation
Meyers-Folsom Dental Clinic
Phoenix Radiology
Valley Facial Plastics and ENT

Paddle Sponsor

Media Sponsor
Advantage Advertising

In-Kind Sponsors
Advantage Advertising
Blue Ribbon Linen Supply
Bob’s Garage Doors

Happy Day Catering
Paulucci’s Tux
Printcraft Printing
The Diamond Shop
Western States Cat

Additional Sponsors
CENTURY 21 Price Right- Joyce Keefer
CENTURY 21 Price Right- Beverly Ausman
Pacific Cabinets, Inc.
Lewis-Clark Terminal
Stella-Jones Corporation
Pacific Northwest Farmers Cooperative
Serenity Place
LC Equipment Repair
Quality Concrete Products
DC Wellness Center
Avista Utilities
St. John’s Hardware
Summit Funding
Allwest Testing & Engineering
Steiners Electronics
Teri & Jeff Nesset
Jeremy Nesset-DA Davidson
Howard & Barbara Hayes
Land Title of Nez Perce County
Dr. Craig &  Deana Flinders
DC Wellness Center
Lewiston RV
Curtis Concrete Construction
Black Rifle Coffee Company
Martin Insurance Inc.
John Creaser-Clearwater Insurance
Troy Insurance Agency, Inc.
Stonebraker McQuary Insurance
Rick Woods-Farmers Insurance
Steve Forge-State Farm Insurance
Creason, Moore, Dokken & Geidl, PLLC
Phyllis Evans
Hahn Rental Center
Nelly Broadcasting
Gesa Home Loans
Quality Behavioral Health



Great Futures Campaign

Great Futures Campaign

America’s kids are in crisis. Our nation’s state of poor academic performance, obesity, drug use, and youth-related violence are cause for alarm and national action. A key component of the solution is out-of-school time.

Yet every day, 15 million kids (1 in 4) leave school with no place to go, putting them at risk of being unsupervised, unguided and unsafe1. During the summer, an alarming 43 million (3 out of 4) kids in America lack access to summer learning programs2, increasing their risk of learning loss and putting them at a disadvantage before the school year starts.
Today, Boys & Girls Clubs of America launches the Great Futures Campaign to call attention to the crisis facing kids and “redefine the opportunity equation” by elevating the role of out-of-school time in reversing these negative trends. The Great Futures Campaign, the Campaign for America’s kids, will mobilize the nation in support of after-school and summer programs that tackle these issues to inspire and empower more youth toward success.
“At Boys & Girls Clubs, we believe that every young person in America deserves a great future and that ensuring a safe, productive place for them to spend out-of-school time is a vital, yet overlooked, factor,” said Jim Clark, President and CEO for BGCA. “As the nation prepares to go back to school, we want to ensure that after school is part of the discussion because School + Out-of-School = Great Futures. We’re launching the Great Futures Campaign to galvanize the nation in support of out-of-school time programs to change the future for our kids and our country.”obesity, drug use, and youth-related violence are cause for alarm and national action. A key component of the solution is out-of-school time.


Keep the Ball Rolling


Saturday August 27, 2016

During Lewiston’s Hot August Nights

Info / Adopt a Ball / Sponsors / Gallery

major sponsors

WIN $500 In Cash!

Or one of the following Gift Certificates:

  • P1FCU – $250 Visa Gift Card
  • Happy Day Corporation – $250 Visa Gift Card
  • Brock’s/Brava’s Town Squre – $250 in Gift Certificates
  • Clarkston Auto Sales – $250 Visa Gift Card

If your ball is one of the first five balls to reach the finish line you’ll be a winner!

Adopt a ball for $5 or 5 for $20

Course Sponsors:
  • Clearwater River Casino
  • Printcraft Printing
  • Twin River National Bank
  • Columbia Bank
  • Century 21 Price Right Realty
  • Quality Inn & Suites

Promo Gallery:

Lewiston Branch:
1021 Burrell Ave Lewiston, ID 83501
Phone: (208) 746-2301
Clarkston Branch:
1414 Highland Ave. Clarkston, WA 99403
Phone: (509) 758-9647