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Welcome to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Alpena


How to sign up your child:

1.) Call or stop in to the Boys & Girls Club and fill out a membership form ( Phone: 356-0214)


Hours of Operation

(School Year)

Monday: 2pm-6pm

Tuesday: 2pm-6pm

Wednesday: 2pm-6pm

Thursday: 2pm-6pm

Friday: 2pm-6pm

Every other Thursday (depends on holidays)

 6pm-8pm (Teen Nights- TEENS ONLY)

Dinner served at 4:30 daily

Half day the club will open @ 10:30 AM

"No School" and snow days the Club will open @ noon

(on half days, no school and snow days the Club will ONLY be serving dinner, so please make sure your child has lunch or brings a snack)

Please do not send your child sick or if they have been absent from school for any reason! 


CLUB CLOSED

MEMORIAL DAY    MONDAY,MAY 29,2017
SPRING TRAINING TBA ( USUALLY 2 WEEKS LONG)
STAFF DEVELOPMENT MONDAY,JULY 3,2017
INDEPENDENCE DAYTUESDAY,JULY 4,2017
FALL TRAINING TBA (USUALLY 2 WEEKS LONG)
LABOR DAYMONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4,2017
THANKSGIVING DAY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23,2017
STAFF DEVELOPMENTFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24,2017
CHRISTMAS DAY (OBSERVED)MONDAY, DECEMBER 25,2017
STAFF DEVELOPMENT TUESDAY,DECEMBER 26,2017
NEW YEAR'S DAYMONDAY, JAN 1,2017


(Summer Hours)

Monday: 12pm-6pm

Tuesday: 12pm-6pm

Wednesday: 12pm-6pm

Thursday: 12pm-6pm

Friday: 12pm-6pm

Lunch served @ 1:00PM & Snack served @ 4:30PM


Dinner= main entree, fruit, vegetable, 8 oz of milk

Lunch= main entree, fruit, vegetable, 8 oz of milk

Snack= vegetable & 8 oz juice -OR-

fruit & 8 oz of milk -OR-

cracker, cheese and 8 oz of juice

All meals are home made


 

 

                        Rights                                                                          Responsibilities

Members have the right to fair and equal treatment.

 

 

Members are responsible for treating others fairly and equally.

 

Members have the right to be respected.

 

 

Members are responsible for respecting others.

Members have the right to have leaders with appropriate training.

 

Members are responsible for participating in the training.

Members have the right to learn and play in a safe and healthy environment.

Members are responsible for keeping the Club clean and safe.

 

Members have the right to safe equipment.

 

 

Members are responsible for care of equipment.

Members have the right to explore opportunities for growth and development.

 

Members are responsible for being on time, preparing for sessions, listening, following directions and goal setting.

Members have the right to have fun.

Members are responsible for respecting the fun of others.

 

 

Members have the right to participate in decision-making and leadership activity

Members are responsible for participating in the decision making process

 

 

 

 
 
 

Boys & Girls Clubs of Alpena

 

Five Core Program Areas

The Five Core Program Areas provide a framework for programming in Boys & Girls Clubs.  The Clubs have many different programs for boys and girls who have a variety of interests and needs.  The core areas are:

 

Character and Leadership Development empowers youth to support and influence their Club and community, to sustain meaningful relationships with others, to develop a positive self-image, to participate in the democratic process and to respect their own cultural identities as well as those of others.  Examples:  Keystone Club, Torch Club, Youth of the Year, leadership training, community service projects, youth councils, etc.

 

Education and Career Development enables youth to become proficient in basic educational disciplines, to apply learning to everyday situations and to embrace technology to achieve success in a career.  Examples:  Power Hour, homework help, The Ultimate Journey, tutoring, and Project Learn.  Examples:  puzzles, educational games (Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit), motivational reading programs, Kidz Lit, keyboard skills and Internet exploration.  Quality of life can be improved by using computer technology. 

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