Boys and Girls Aid’s goals are to strengthen the role of adults in the lives of children; provide safe, stable living environments; and advocate for the needs of Oregon’s children. Simply, Boys & Girls Aid’s core purpose is to impact the well-being of children in need.
At Cypress Branch, members impact the well-being of children by:
- Educating the membership and the Charbonneau community about the work of Boys & Girls Aid through monthly meetings and articles in The Villager.
- Planning fundraising events, such as the annual Crab & Rib Dinner, to benefit Boys & Girls Aid.
- Providing special moments for the children through giving holiday sports bags, Easter Baskets, skills training and monthly homemade dinners for the youth in residential care.
- Creating a community that cares about fellowship and strengthening the lives and relationships between our members.
The By-Laws of the Cypress Branch Auxiliary of Boys and Girls Aid is available in the “Membership Directory”.
Diann Harland, President
Margie Wiesenthal, President Emeritus & Historian
Jan Bliss & Cherie Sanville, Co-Vice Presidents
Elisa Dale, Secretary
Terri Royse & Leslie Walker, Co-Treasurers
Zoe Niklas, Publicist
Elaine Swyt, Communications
Bridge Marathon – Anne Shevlin & Lee Harker
Crab & Rib Dinner – Anne Shevlin, Chris Bosak & Elaine Swyt
Easter Baskets – Terri Royse
Holiday Sports Bags – Diane McMichael
Transitional Living Places (TLP) – Robyn Andrus & Mary Fieweger