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Concession Stand Project Breaks the $15,000 Mark - Let's Finish Strong - Donate Now

The present concession stand at the Boys Town football field served the kids and fans well and is in need of replacement. Response to this campaign is tremendous and now we are getting close to the goal line. Make your donation now!

Weekly Dowd Chapel Mass Online

Keeping with the tradition of participating in religious services, Boys Town Catholic youth are getting Sunday mass celebrated by Father Boes and the priests on Boys Town's staff streamed directly into their homes. View the mass online.

Looking for a great steak? Look no farther.

Want to skip a trip to the grocery store during the pandemic? You can stock up on some great steak values and support Boys Town at the same time. For every sale that is made $20 will go to support Boys Town's programs.
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Deadline July 1, 2020


The Boys Town National Alumni Association Scholarship Fund is accepting applications for the fall semester term.  The deadline to submit your application is July 1, 2020.  The Scholarship Fund, founded by the Boys Town National Alumni Association in 1965, is a separate 501 (c) (3) governed by its own Board of Directors and meets three times a year to evaluate scholarship applications.  Applicants can apply for up to $4000/calendar year of scholarship assistance.  Applying for a scholarship is simple and online. 

Click on the following link to review the requirements for application and to begin the application process.  Scholarship Application
 

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Thoughts from Servant of God Edward J. Flanagan...

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Mel Hamilton, '65, Noted in Article About Wyoming Black 14  (Casper Tribune, Casper, Wyoming)  New

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