SERVICES & PROGRAMS
After School Program
$25 a month per child
Payments are taken on the last day of every month.
Summer fees differ.
Students aged 6-18 can be signed up for Boys and Girls Club! To sign up new members, stop by our office located at 605 Cherry Street to fill out some paperwork and get them started! Your child will participate in many programs throughout the school year and summer.
Below are a few programs we run! All our programs are structured to teach members something while having fun at the same time. We participate in STEAM, Keystone, Be A Star and many more. Check them out!
Our after school program runs 3:30 pm- 6:30 pm at The Jim Spence Center. Members receive dinner, homework help and engage in various games and activities throughout the evening.
Our summer program runs 9 am - 5:30 pm during summer break. Members get to enjoy the outdoors, summer brain gain lessons and swimming at the aquatic center!
Monday-Thursday we offer an hour of homework help for all our members.
The club offers a variety of activities that fall into STEAM! Everything from painting, building and making slime can be enjoyed at the club!
Keystone is a leadership club offered to teens aged 14-18. The club focuses on community service. Meetings are held in the teen center every Wednesday at 6:30 pm!
BE A STAR
Be A Star is offered to members of all ages. It is a program that offers many lessons on anti bullying.
All members are able to participate in photography club. Learn all there is to know about using a camera, lighting and more!
Project Learn is a quiet area for members to participate in board games, card games, learning activities and crafts.
YOUTH OF THE YEAR
Every year members aged 13 and older participate in our local YOY competition. The winner moves on to compete at state, regional and nationals. Being a YOY is the highest honor a club member can receive. BGCPC has 11 of the last 14 state winners.
Triple Play focuses on three key areas; mind, body and soul. Members enjoys activities that include physical fitness, cooking skills and self reflection lessons.
Members participate in activities that help them find out what they want to do when they're older! They explore different job options and the benefits for each.