Algonquin Site

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Our Algonquin site opened up at the beginning of the school year, Fall of 2022. We are excited to serve new Club members at Eastview and Algonquin Lakes Elementary, and utilize this location to serve as our community outreach center and our athletics program. 


Algonquin Site

300 Jefferson Street, Algonquin, IL 60102




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School Year Hours

Monday – Friday

Standard Hours:  2:15 – 6:00 pm

Hours may vary based on school district schedule and hours.

Club Membership

1st – 5th Grade

Social Media

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Cindy Ortega
Unit Director

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Cindy started working at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dundee Township in September 2015 at Perry Elementary and has loved working ever since. Cindy was promoted to Lead Program Staff at the Parkview location and then promoted as the Unit Director at Parkview. During her time at the Parkview site, she was a big advocate of the My.Future (digital and technology) program. In 2019 Parkview had placed 3rd in the nation for achievements in MyFuture, a BGCA program.

In 2023 Cindy transferred to our Algonquin Site, where she hopes to have an impact on the members she serves. Cindy enjoys watching movies, playing outdoor games, and painting. Her favorite time of year is the Christmas season, where she loves to celebrate with members. Cindy’s goal is always to make every member feel valued, heard and to have fun while at the Club.

Sam Lobo

Site Director

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Jon Nawrocki
Site Director
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Jon Nawrocki has dedicated his life to being a positive influence while working towards improving the lives of youth and young adults. With over fifteen years in the development, training, and growth of the community, he has gained the tools needed for him to be an effective mentor. He discovered a passion for helping others while working at Resurrection Center of Crystal Lake. He led retreats for groups of kindergarteners through the age of young adults. In his time at Resurrection Center, he also conducted mentoring sessions for small and large groups and helped others learn and build relationships through team building.

Jon then began running day and weekend camps for at-risk youth, volunteering with the Appalachia Service Project on mission trips, and donating his time at many local non-profits. Throughout the years, Jon has made an impact in people’s lives by building positive relationships, being a person others could turn to for advice or encouragement, and providing a fun atmosphere for learning. His philosophy is creating a standard where the focus is on discovering one’s full potential, the empowerment of education, and finding their passion.

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