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W. W. Woolfolk Boys & Girls Club

The mission of Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta is to provide a quality developmental program which empowers metro Atlanta youth, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to become productive adults. The W.W. Woolfolk Boys Club opened its doors in February 1975 and welcomed girls in 1991 becoming the Woolfolk Boys & Girls Club. The Club was named in honor of Judge William. W. Woolfolk, who was a juvenile judge in Fulton County. More than 800 kids attend the Club annually and have access to a variety of programs and activities focused on positive youth development.

Moving in the Spirit provides weekly dance classes for young people involved at the Woolfolk Club.