"By supplying academic, athletic, social and other opportunities for youth in our communities, the road to success in their future can be smoother."

~Brian Dillon, former Board Member



Dion Reynolds - President

Dion Reynolds serves as Board Chairman for the Boys and Girls Club of Rosebud.  He was born and raised on the Rosebud Reservation and has deep understanding of his people and what is needed for positive changes in his community.  Dion spent over 18 years in the US Marine Corps where he served as Marine Drill Instructor and deployed to various parts of the world.  In his travels, he developed a very open perspective on life and culture.  It is his belief that all people and cultures can grow and develop by learning from one another.  His educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology Management and an Associates Degree in General Education.  He works full time for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe as the Information Technology Director but his heart's full time passion is for the youth.      

Lois Antoine - Vice President

Lois Antoine is the founding mother of the White Buffalo Calf Woman’s Society, the first Native American battered women’s shelter in the nation.  She holds a BA in Psychology and an MSW.  Lois is the sister of 11 siblings, mother of 5 sons, 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.  The White Buffalo Calf is still sheltering women and their children on the reservation.  Lois is also a cofounder of the Lakota Women for Change who petitioned for and helped change the Tribal Constitution.  She became the first woman on the Rosebud Sioux Tribe to hold an officer position when she became Tribal Treasurer.  Lois a licensed worship leader and Bible school teacher for the Episcopal Church.  Lois has been working to establish the Boys and Girls Club of Rosebud since 1998. 

Dr. Nora Antoine

Dr. Nora Antoine chairs the business department at Sinte Gleska University.  When she is not teaching and managing her department, Nora is a sought-after speaker in the area, presenting regularly at regional forums.  Nora and her husband make their home in White River.  Having lived and raised her family on the Rosebud Reservation, Nora is invested in our youth.  She is passionate about our Club and improving life for the Sicangu Oyate.

Burdette Clifford

Burdette Clifford has worked with the club for over 7 years in different capacities.  He currently serves as a rehabilitation counselor and project investigator for System of Care, Tiwahe Glunkinipi.  The Tiwahe Glunkinipi is a counseling program for children and their parents through the Sinte Gleska University.  Burdette has an MS degree in rehabilitation counseling as well as a BS degree in psychology both of which he earned at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  Prior to his current employment he served as the Dean of Human Services Department and student advisor for the Sinte Gleska University.  His deepest passion is educating youth and assisting them in developing skills that will help them lead successful lives.

Paul Mitchell

Paul Mitchell is the senior Pastor for Tiwahe Circle Fellowship based in Mission. Paul and his wife Gloria, have dedicated their time and efforts to helping the people of the Rosebud Reservation to a healthy spiritual growth and life changes. committing time to working at the JDC and adult corrections in surrounding communities. 

Lloyd Guy

Lloyd Guy has worked on the Rosebud Reservation for the past three years as the Presenting Officer in Children’s Court. He was a member of the Gene Eppley South Omaha Boys Club as a youth in Omaha, Nebraska. He knows first-hand how the Boys and Girls Club can impact the lives of our youth in a substantial way.


He has a B.A. in Political Science and English from Creighton University as well as a Juris Doctorate from the University of South Dakota. He is licensed to practice law in the State of Nebraska, in Rosebud Sioux Tribal Court, and in Winnebago Tribal Court. He is also a member of the National Indian Child Welfare Association and has represented the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in ICWA cases in Colorado and Nebraska. Lloyd Guy has a passion for education and the doors that it can open. He believes that every child deserves an opportunity to rise up and accomplish everything they desire to achieve.

Serena Harmon

Serena Harmon, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, is manager and co-owner of Rosebud Rental, a local equipment rental business.  In this capacity she uses her strong entrepreneurial skillset to serve the community, while also stimulating the local economy. She is excited and honored to be able to utilize these skills to serve the Boys and Girls Club of Rosebud. She always strives to instill a good work ethic and sense of purpose in those around her, as she believes doing good, meaningful work is paramount.  When she isn’t busy with work, she enjoys the outdoors, spending time with her large circle of family and friends, running and hiking with her dog Lucky, spending time gardening , and working on her never-ending home projects.

Scott Herman

Scott Herman is the Vice President of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe.  Prior to work with the tribe, he spent many years working in our local school system, including as head principal of Rosebud Elementary.

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