A Day of Fine Arts With Henry Asencio
Henry Asencio was born in Los Angeles and raised in Santa Maria Valley. He is an award-winning artist whose work is revered throughout the United States and Europe. His portraiture work is frequently sought out by art lovers near and far. Henry has a two-year wait list for new original pieces and has donated several pieces of art work to BGCSMV’s Annual Auction & Gala.
As a BGCSMV Club Alumni, Henry knows how important the Club is to local children and teens. On 6/23, Henry spent the afternoon teaching a charcoal drawing class to 20 Club members at our Evans Park location. He included some ideas the kids might use to participate in Katy Perry’s collaboration with Boys & Girls Clubs of America for her #WitnesstheFuture Concert Tour.
Katy Perry, also a Club Alumni, is encouraging her fans to take action
and make a difference in the lives of our nation’s youth by supporting Boys & Girls Clubs. The partnership is intended to motivate people to take action and get more involved.
Over 350 Books Donated at Book Drive
Some of our teen Club members pose with the books donated during our Book Drive on May 27. Thank you to BGCSMV Board Mem
Members Linda Cordero, Dave White, and Conrad Stephens for donating over $400 dollars in books. Thank you also to Jason Davie and Adam White of the Abel Maldonado Community Youth Center, who donated about 140 books. Overall, the total for books donated at all sites, and school sites, was about 350 Books!
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Maria Valley currently provides programs for over 2,000 registered children ages 6 – 18 in Santa Maria and Guadalupe. An additional 5,000 children benefit from Club sponsored sports programming.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Maria Valley’s mission is to enable all young people, especially those that need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, & caring citizens. For more info on BGCSMV, please call 805-354-7421 or visit bgcsmv.org.