Owensboro-Mike Horn Unit

The Owensboro Boys Club opened in 1967 in a building donated by Trinity Episcopal Church. The unit was soon renamed The Cliff Hagan Boys Club, in recognition of Cliff Hagan, an Owensboro native and standout basektball player at Owensboro High School, the University of Kentucky and in the National Basketball Association. Over the years, the club grew and changed locations. In 1993, the club opened its programs and services to girls and became The Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club. In 2005, we opened our doors at our current location, Mike Horn Unit.





Fundraising Events



Vacation Getaway Raffle

Purchase your $50 raffle tickets (ONLY 800 tickets available) for a chance to win one of our four vacation packages sponsored by BB&T Now Truist. All proceeds will benefit the Mike Horn location in Owensboro.

Our four vacation packages are:

-Disney World: two 3-day park hopper passes, 1 room at the resort for 4 day/3-nights, and round-trip airefare for 2 people

-Gulf Shores: 1 week condo stay with two-bedroom panoramic ocean view room

-Gatlinburg: 5 day/4-night stay in a 1-2 bedroom cabin

-Las Vegas: 4 day/3-night hotel stay and round-trip airfare for 2 people


Click here, "Vacation Getaway!!" to purchase your tickets.


Feel free to contact the Mike Horn location at (270) 685-4903 if you have any questions or concerns.





36th Annual Golf Classic

Join us for our 36th Annual Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club Golf Classic on Friday, May 14, 2021 sponsored by Southern Star Central Gas Pipeline. [The rain date is Monday, May 17th]

Again this year, the golf classic will feature two flights. The morning flights begins with an 8:30am shotgun start, and the afternoon flight begins at 1:30pm. Lunch for both flights will be at 12:00pm. Individual or Team Entry is $150 per player. A Full Hole Sponsorship is $300 and a Half Hole Sponsorship is $175.


If you can't join us for the golf outing, please consider making a donation to the Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club summer scholarship fund or the endowment fund.





Amazon Smile

If you already have an Amazon or Amazon Prime account, all you need to do is start your shopping at smile.amazon.com and the donation will be made at no extra cost to you! Once on the link, use the search engine and type in Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club.

From your Destop: Go to your account and select the option to Change your Charity. Then just type in Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club.


From your mobile browser: Select Change your Charity from the options at the bottom of the page. Select a new charitable organization to support. Select the Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club.


Amazon will give the Club 0.5% of each purchase you make! Happy Shopping!!



The Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club sponsors several fund raising events each year. For more information on any of the events, please call Roth Administrative Office in Owensboro at 270-685-4903. All monies raised benefits the Cliff Hagan Boys & Girls Club.




A Look Inside The Club

2021 Annual Meeting Awards


Corporate Sponsorship Award- We started a corporate sponsorship program and these companies have stepped up and provided substantial donations to offset the growing costs special events and expanding programs such as free summer activities, SMART Moves, and computer technology. We are very grateful for their support.


  • German American
  • Wellington Parc
  • Don Moore
  • Atmos Energy
  • Richard House Family
  • Kentucky Legend
  • BB&T Now Truist
  • Buffalo Wild Wings
  • Southern Star
  • Independence Bank
  • Domtar
  • Yager Materials
  • U.S Bank

  • President's Club Award- Awarded annually to corporations and/or individuals in recognition of outstanding service to youth through substantial financial gifts. We would like to thank the following for their generosity and continuing support.


  • Field & Main Bank
  • William A. Fidler
  • PNC Bank
  • Bob Hudson
  • The Cecelian Bank
  • Yager Materials

  • D&K Realty
  • Steve Fry
  • Kingston Harney
  • Limestone Bank
  • Terry Woodward
  • Michael & Connie Huskins
  • Brenntag Mid-South Inc

  • Mike Horn Philanthropic Award- Given to individuals who gives of themselves generously to the Boys & Girls Club, the community, and to those less fortunate. Their actions will change many lives today and will have an impact on thousands of lives to come.


  • Jon Lawson
  • BB&T Now Truist
  • Jagoe Homes
  • Lilly Foundation
  • King's Drugs
  • Spinks Family

  • Outstanding Board Member Award- Awarded to board members who excel in helping the Club move foward in its Mission.


  • Chris Poynter
  • Herbie McKee
  • Steve Gold
  • Shelbie Carroll

  • Community Leadership Award- Given in recognition of strong leadership, commitment, and dedication "beyond onself" in moving our community forward and helping those in less fortunate situations.


  • RAGÚ
  • Atmos Energy



  • 2020-2021 Basketball Season

    Season CHAMPS!


    CONGRATULATIONS to the Bulldogs on a perfect season! These young men capped off the year with a championship in the 9-11 division.


    A special thank you to Great American Bank, all players, coaches, guardians and volunteers for making this another outstanding basketball season. Your commitment allowed over 225 youth the opportunity to take part in something special during this difficult year.



    Learning Center

    WE ARE BACK!


    We welcomed back some of our club members in September to a not so "traditonal" format but as a Learning Center at our Owensboro location. We are able to provide our club members with reliable internet access, staff who are dedicated to helping them with their virtual experience and coursework, and an environment that promotes learning, with few distractions. We offer TWO learning sessions throughout the day. Club members may attend ONE or TWO sessions. We are also now providing transportation after school with participating schools!



    STEM-Creative Minds at Work

    Club members had a blast making their own Solar Ovens! STEM education focuses on the introductory level STEM courses, as well as awareness of the STEM fields and occupations. What seperates STEM from the traditional science and math education is the blended learning environment and showing students how the scientific method can be applied to everyday life. It teaches students computational thinking and focuses on the real world applications of problem solving.



    For more information on becoming a club member, please call Roth Administrative Office in Owensboro at 270-685-4903.