Its mission is evolving, but Boys & Girls Clubs’ core values haven’t changed in 75 years



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GREENFIELD — It wasn’t all that many years after Darren Turner started playing ball at the Boys & Girls Clubs in Greenfield that the place got into his blood.

He became a “club kid” in 1975 and went from shooting hoops to joining the staff when he was 13.

Almost 40 years later and now the agency’s executive director, Turner is leading the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hancock County into its 75th year as it continues making a difference in young people’s lives.

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