Tomah Club’s History
The Boys & Girls Club of the Tomah Area was founded September 2000 at 105 West Milwaukee Street. The Club received a great discount on the purchase of the building, which was the former Tomah Clinic, from Jean Mubarek. Jean and her husband, Dr. Jameel S. Mubarak, started the Tomah Clinic in the 1950s, which later became the Mubarak Clinic.
The Boys & Girls Club of Tomah started “The Club” Teen Center October, 2005 at 1102 Superior Avenue. The facility was leased for $25.00 per usage to hold high school dances every Saturday night. The Boys & Girls Club chartered “The Club” Teen Center as an extension December 2006 and increased hours to 3 days per week. The Boys & Girls Club purchased the building at 1102 Superior Avenue October 2007 and in September 2008 “The Club” Teen Center opened to youth Monday through Friday with special events on Saturdays.
The Boys & Girls Club of Baraboo/Sauk County entered into a management agreement with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tomah on February 1, 2008. The two organizations worked together for 14 months and decided to merge to form the Boys & Girls Club of West-Central Wisconsin on June 22, 2009.
Still Changing Lives
Each day after school and during the summer, Boys & Girls Club members have the opportunity to learn, grow and give back to the community through programs that focus on academic success, healthy habits and lifestyles and good character and citizenship.
105 West Milwaukee St.
Tomah, WI 54660
PO Box 765
Tomah, WI 54660
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Lindsey Guden – (608) 374-4386 ext. 206 – Email