We are open! Although our programming isn’t full back to normal, we are now open in all our communities for all families, regardless of occupation. Safety measures, including social distancing, increased cleaning, and per-room limits are in place at all of our sites.

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Boys and Girls Clubs of Mason Valley


YERINGTON, Nev. – From birth to graduation, youth and teens of any age in Yerington will soon be able to be Boys & Girls Clubs of Mason Valley members.  BGCMV will soon break ground on the E. L. Wiegand Early Learning Center, providing another option for parents in a strained early childhood care system. The center will be

$20,000 to go toward additional costs like meal program YERINGTON, Nev. – Continuing a long-standing relationship with Boys & Girls Clubs of Mason Valley, the Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation has gifted the youth organization $20,000 for COVID-19 relief efforts. It’s no shock that BGCMV, which serves youth in Yerington, Hawthorne, Silver Springs and Dayton, has taken

16 spots available for seven-week program YERINGTON, Nev. – Seeking to help meet the need for a safe, enriching place for children in Yerington, Boys & Girls Clubs of Mason Valley will open a summer program for kids ages three and four. The summer program is made possible thanks to a generous gift from the Estelle

After two and a half months of being closed, the Yerington Movie House will reopen its doors on Friday, June 12. The Yerington Movie House, which is operated by and directly benefits Boys & Girls Clubs of Mason Valley, will reopen with safety measures and social distancing will be in place including limiting the one-screen

United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra stepped up in a big way Tuesday, granting $10,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs of Mason Valley for the Club’s expanded food program.

Check out episode 103 of The Reno Slant, where host Nathan Shoup chatted with our very own Travis Crowder about the cancelation of Night in the Country and what it means to our Club and communities.

In accordance with the Phase One reopenings in the State of Nevada, we’re very happy to announce The Attic Thrift Store will open its doors again, under strict guidelines and social distancing, on Tuesday, May 12. We know the service The Attic provides for our communities, and all proceeds from The Attic go to Boys

Boys & Girls Clubs of Mason Valley will continue to serve its communities’ most vulnerable by delivering and handing out meals five days a week while sites are closed due to the state of Nevada’s COVID-19 measures.