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The following is a summary of one of many cases across the country compiled in a Hearst Connecticut Media investigation of sexual abuse connected in some way to local affiliates of Boys & Girls Club of America, their staff, volunteers, members and/or attendees. Boys & Girls Club of America said that it does not keep a public list of sexual abuse incidents connected to clubs. If you have a story to share, or have information related to this or other incidents, contact us here.


An employee of the Boys & Girls Club of San Antonio was arrested and charged with sexual assault of a child in July after he allegedly abused a 14-year-old club volunteer, according to an arrest warrant.


The girl, who told police she had known Keno for about four weeks, said he had made sexual solicitations via Snaphat prior to the assault. Police allege that Keno abused the girl and then dropped her off at a school adjacent to the club on Martin Luther King Drive. The girl returned to the club and told a co-worker what had happened, and they called police, according to the warrant.


"The Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio became aware of an allegation against an employee by a minor volunteer last month. Upon learning of this allegation which took place offsite, we immediately took action contacting the authorities and the minor volunteer's parent," said Angie Mock, CEO of the club. "Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio is fully cooperating with law enforcement authorities as they complete their investigation."


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Mock said all employees and volunteers must undergo a thorough criminal background check, and strict supervisory policies are designed to ensure the maximum safety and protection of club members and staff.


"The crowd sauntered toward the door," reported a reporter for The Canton Repository that night of March 30, 1951. "It wasn't like other nights at the Blue Arrow Club on 13th St. NW, a short distance outside the city limits. The usual gay banter and easy camaraderie of the good-humored keno crowd had lost its edge.


"For this was the end of the road, barring legal action which will permit continued operation of the game. Sheriff H.W. Grossglaus earlier in the evening had read a notice to John Nickles, co-operator of the club with Elmer Daily, a former city policeman, which lowered the boom on the place."


For years, the popular club "had been a mecca for those who wooed Dame Fortune," the newspaper said, noting that patrons came to the club as much to enjoy it as "a social center where they could have a good time at a reasonable cost even if they didn't win any money."


Before the Blue Arrow Club was padlocked for illegal gambling in 1951, the plush night spot outside Canton kept more than four dozen employees busy operating it as a bingo parlor and place for playing keno.


The Plain Dealer article that followed reported that Stark County's "notorious keno place," which was "one of Ohio's biggest" gambling spots, paid income taxes on business revenue of $480,000 during one of its early years of operation in 1941. According to one online inflation calculation site, that's equal to nearly $9 million in today's dollars.


By the time the article was published in the Plain Dealer in 1944, the business had "grown into a $750,000-a-year racket" that, despite its incorporation being filed under provisions for nonprofit organizations, the club and its operators paid huge income tax bills without claiming charitable donations made mostly to churches and put toward promotion of sporting events.


"Reporters who arrived at the club prior to the sheriff's appearance (on Friday) noted punchboards and tip cards being played in a room adjoining the main keno parlor," the Repository reported. "The illegal gambling devices were whisked out of sight by employees as soon as they saw the newsmen.


"The Blue Arrow, which was bombed once early in its 14-year existence, has varied its prizes from time to time," the Repository reported at the club's closing. "There was a $1,000 Sunday night prize for a while. During another time it offered automobiles."


"Bingo and keno players came from all walks of life," said the front-page article on Sunday April 1, 1951, already speaking of the Blue Arrow in the past tense. "Business men and women from social circles could be found at the tables. To them it was a good form of relaxation. Just enough concentration was required to be mentally stimulating and there always was light, pleasant conversation between games."


"It was evident that several hundred Canton men and women -- the last most predominating -- who have spent most nights of the week at the club are not going to face very gracefully the prospect of evenings spent reading, knitting or making hooked rugs.


The state this week launched Club Keno and pull-tab lottery games in about 1,000 bars and restaurants that serve alcohol. A state computer draws random Keno numbers, with a new set flashing onto closed-circuit TV screens every five minutes between 6:05 a.m. and 1:45 the next morning. The state plans to have the games in 2,000 clubs in a year and eventually to reach 3,000.


The revised Senate Bill 1312 would create a new State Electronic Keno Commission to regulate and oversee keno games statewide. It would require that revenue be divided among the state general fund, public safety and full-day kindergarten. The bill's sponsor, Sen. Sonny Borrelli, R-Lake Havasu City, said the new commission would decide how and where the game is played.


Some video keno machines look like and work almost identically to video slot or poker machines, allowing players to pull a lever or push a button and watch a row of symbols spin as lights flash and music plays. The real game is played via a random-number generator and a tiny digital keno card displayed somewhere on the edge of the screen. The players win based on the results of that card.


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