The Oscar Cross Boys and Girls Club has been a vital force in the Paducah McCracken County community for over sixty years. Their annual golf scramble raises for the many programs and activities the club sponsors.

This year’s scramble is being held on July 23, at the Paducah Country Club. There will be kid friendly activities starting at 9:30 am. Over 30 kids from the Club will come out for games and private lessons with local golf pros. Lunch begins at 11 am and the golf scramble will begin at 12:30 pm.


The scramble is hosted by Edward Jones Financial Services. Special thanks also go to Royal Oaks Chevrolet, Coke, Golf Mart and to their numerous hole sponsors and teams. There will be prizes for longest drive, along with hole in one prizes.

Teams consists of four members: men or women or both. You can become a bronze sponsor for $200 which will also include sponsor signage. For $1000, you can become a silver sponsor and have a registered team of four. This includes sponsor signage along with eight mulligans.


A gold sponsor is $2,500 and includes a team of four, sponsor signage, and eight mulligans, along with additional promotional materials.

Burgers, Brats & Dogs!

Atmos Energy will be cooking burgers, brats, and hot dogs for the golfers and kids. Don’t forget dessert! Look out for the Paducah Bank ice cream van that will be stopping by with some goodies. 


The youth from Oscar Cross will learn a bit of golf, eat well, enjoy spending time with the golfers and golf pros, and have a fantastic time. 

 “The support from this event directly influences the lives of our kids,” OCBGC Director Bjarne Hansen told me. “The Oscar Cross Boys & Girls Club offers rich and varied recreational and educational programs in a safe, after-school and summer setting for our city’s youth.”

For more information about this event, call 270.444.9124.  

Oscar Cross Boys & Girls Club

The Oscar Cross Boys and Girls Club has been a part of the Paducah McCracken County community for sixty years. It began with a dream of Oscar M. Cross, a probation officer, who saw a need for young men to set higher goals for themselves and prepare for their future. 

Upon affiliation with the National Boys and Girls Club of America in 1953 more youth, both male and female, became active members. They were introduced to ideals of good character, academic achievement, and citizenship. 


It is the Oscar Cross Boys and Girls mission to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to be all that they can be as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. They also provide our kids a sense of belonging, usefulness, social competence, and power to influence the world around them.