Tri County Tech and the Boys and Girls Club of Nowata are teaming up to change lives in Nowata County.
The Boys & Girls Club of Nowata and Tri County Tech have announced a partnership to construct a joint-use facility in Nowata aimed at inspiring children and adults to achieve their full potential by providing quality youth development services and life-changing learning experiences.
The state-of-the-art facility, approximately 22,500 square feet in size, will be constructed at the site of the existing Boys & Girls Club. This facility will include dedicated spaces for both Tri County and the Boys & Girls Club of Nowata, along with shared spaces such as classrooms, a commercial kitchen and community meeting rooms.
John Woolman | Board of Directors member for both the Boys & Girls Club and Tri County Tech
Brynn Barron, Executive Director of the Nowata Boys & Girls Club, said the local Club is committed to serving more kids, more often, with greater impact.
Brynn Barron | Executive Director of the Nowata Boys & Girls Club
With a projected groundbreaking this summer and anticipated completion date no later than the summer of 2021, the Boys & Girls Club and Tri County Tech leaders have embarked upon a capital campaign to fund the estimated $4 million construction cost of the proposed facility. Fundraising efforts have met with success, with just under $2.8 million in funds committed to date.
Lindel Fields | Tri County Tech Superintendent & CEO