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May 6, 2017

How this quiet Bellevue teen got his confidence - and governor's award

February 1, 2017

Enhancing Humanities at The Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue

January 1, 2017

A Warm Welcome to 2017 from The Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue!

November 2, 2016

Officer Craig Hanaumi, Bellevue's skateboarding cop visits Clubs

October 10, 2016

The Bellevue Boys & Girls Clubhouse is Complete

July 11, 2016

Boys and Girls Club of Bellevue's Giving Day! 

June 1, 2016

Club receives prestigious awards for program excellence & marketing

May 9, 2016

New Main Clubhouse to Open in Bellevue

 

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May 6, 2017

How this quiet Bellevue teen got his confidence - and governor's award

Here's a victory for the quiet kids: Mentors at the Bellevue Boys & Girls Club helped Moses Shiong go from introverted youth to confident teen. Now he's won an award from Gov. Jay Inslee and started "Be Heard" to help other quiet kids speak up.

Moses Shiong didn’t feel supported at home. His parents, Hmong refugees from Laos, didn’t seem to understand their American son. He said they were disappointed that he wasn’t a traditional first son, strong, showing no weakness. His mentors said the parents didn’t seem to notice him withdrawing, locking himself in his room to cry.

By his sophomore year of high school he was skipping first-period English, too exhausted mentally and emotionally, he said, from arguments at home. When his father had a heart attack and could no longer work, Shiong blamed himself and doubled his hours at a Bellevue pizza restaurant to help his family financially.

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