Granville County Unit

Great Things Happening At The Granville Unit!

Impact Report

STEM Is In!

Click the image below to view this years Impact Report!

It’s safe to say that STEM is becoming a fast favorite at the Granville Boys & Girls Club! Our club members are specifically enjoying science projects this month. They have focused on gravity, water, and engineering. Pictured below you can see our club member Alice with her engineering project. Creating structures out of marshmallows develops kids’ engineering skills and enhances their critical thinking. It’s the perfect way for them to keep their EDGE during the school year. 

Mardi Gras Bash 2019

Locations

Oxford Club

105 West Street
Oxford, NC, 27565

West Oxford Elementary School

412 Ivey Day Rd

Oxford, NC 27565

Creedmoor Elementary School

Butner-Stem Middle School

305 E Wilton Ave

Creedmoor, NC 27522

501 E D St.

Butner, NC 27509

Contact Us:

Membership Information

Telephone: (919) 482-0851

Fax: 919-690-0010

 

Hours of Operation

After-School

Monday - Friday
2:30pm - 6:30pm

Membership Fees

Annual Fees: $10.00

Weekly Fee: $10.00

Membership Application

Click here to download a membership application.

Meal Program

Summer Camp

This club provides daily hot meals to students.

For more information, visit our Summer Camp page. 

Unit Director

                   Club Staff

Phillip Chavis

Phillip Chavis Jr. is a native of Oxford and a product of the Granville County Public School system and community. Phillip is a 2007 graduate of JF Webb High School. 

After graduation he furthered his education by attending Livingstone College. As a student Phillip participated in many community outreach programs such as voter registration and Salisbury, NC’s Annual “Big Read” festival. In 2009 he became a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and in 2012 he graduated from Livingstone College with a BA in History.

After completing his undergraduate studies, Phillip worked as a Precertification-Tech with Aetna/CVS Insurance. While working in the health/medical field, he felt a different calling – one towards giving back and giving hope. Phillip began working with the nonprofit organization Triangle Literacy. Through this union, Phillip was able to give back to the community by partnering with Granville County School system as an Instructor and Project Manager. Three years later, Phillip became acquainted with the Boys and Girls Clubs through their summer outreach program “Summer of Reading & Fun” - which was a program that encouraged summer reading and educational enrichment.


Phillip is currently serving as the new Unit Director for the Boys and Girls Club in Granville County, a position that he has been preparing for his entire life! He was asked the question “What is your favorite part about working with the Boys and Girls Club,” he replied, “Showing a member that I really believe in him/her, even when they don’t make the best choices.” He also enjoys playing games, laughing, and having dance battles.

Favorite Quotes:

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. – Jeremiah 29:11

“I am the eminent expression of Friendship. Character and temperament change under my dominant power. Lives, once touched by me become tuned, and are thereafter, amiable, Kindly, Fraternal.”
- House of Alpha by Sydney P Brown

Youth Development Professionals

Brenchell Bullock
Joy Bullock-Eleby
Jasmine Horton
Antwain McCrimmon
Jamise Royster
Tyianna Smith

Front Desk

Ms. Deborah Brown

Bus Driver

Wanda Robinson

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