Breakfast Club and No School Days
This program is provided by the Boys & Girls Club of Albany during No-School Days and Summer Day Camp.
$6.00 per day for Breakfast Club
Members must bring their own lunch on No School Days
Prepay 24 hours ahead in order for your child to participate in the Breakfast Club
No transfer of days
NO REFUNDS OR DROP-INS ARE ALLOWED FOR BREAKFAST CLUB
Drop in hours for no school days are 10am – 6pm – there is no charge for these hours for current BGCA members.
Additional charges are applied if your child is not picked up by the scheduled pickup time. There will be a $5 fee for every 15 minutes your child is here past the scheduled closing time.
The Breakfast Club staff will provide breakfast and supervised activities, such as games, movies, arts, crafts, etc. The Breakfast Club lasts from 7:00 am – 10:00 am every morning (Monday thru Friday).
Who Can Join?
Anyone entering the 1st through 12th grade can join the Club for only $25 per year (9/1 thru 8/31). Arrangements can be made if you can’t afford the membership fee. Our doors are open to boys and girls of all races, religions, and ethnic cultures.
When Can I Go?
The Club is open during hours when kids most need a place to go: after school from 2:45 – 7:00 pm, from Monday through Thursday, from 2:45 – 6:00 pm on Friday, and all day on most non-school days and during summer. For specific hours and program information, call the Club at 541-926-6666, between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm. We accommodate for early release days.
How Do I Join?
Stop by the Club and see what’s happening. We’ll be happy to give you a tour.
Parent orientation is required with a membership for children attending our after-school or summer program.
Orientation takes place every Monday & Thursday from 6pm-7pm during the month of September and will continue throughout the year every Monday from 6pm-7pm (5pm-6pm during the summer).
CHARACTER & CITIZENSHIP
T3 - Training Teens for Tomorrow
The T3: Training Teens for Tomorrow program is dedicated to educating and motivating youth in Albany to pursue their dreams. Through hands on work experience at the Boys & Girls Club of Albany and weekly trainings the T3 Interns will be given the necessary skills to compete in our economy.
Torch Club members learn to elect officers and work together to implement activities in four areas: service to Club and community; education; health and fitness; and social recreation.
YOUTH FOR UNITY
This program builds the capacity of local Clubs their members appreciate themselves as unique and social individuals, understand diversity in society, recognize bias and unfairness and take personal leadership in confronting bias.
Drama education builds self-confidence, sparks creativity and boosts academic achievement. The DramaMatters Afterschool Program Guide is a weekly program consisting of 60 minute sessions segmented for beginner, intermediate, and advanced members.
This unique leadership development experience provides opportunities for young people ages 14 to 18. Youth participate, both in and out of the Club, in activities in three focus areas: academic success, career preparation and community service. With the guidance of an adult advisor, Keystone Clubs aim to have a positive impact on members, the Club and community.
HEALTHY KIDS CLUB
Year round nutrition education provides our kids daily opportunities to learn the benefits of healthy eating and being physically active. In addition, Healthy Kids Club members learn basic food preparation skills.
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Competitors are chosen based on outstanding attendance and ability to learn the fundamentals of kitchen safety and nutrition taught during Healthy Kids Club. Only five teams will compete and they are comprised of one Healthy Kids Club member and no more than four family relatives.
The Garden Club cultivates nutrition through planting the food we eat. With the help of Linn County Master Gardner’s Healthy Kids Club Gardeners learn to grow healthy fruits and vegetables. Once the produce is ready to eat we pick and prepare our produce in the HKC nutrition classes.
SMART Girls offers young women – ages 8 to 17 – guidance toward healthy attitudes and lifestyles, eating right, staying fit, getting good health care and more.
In each of the five tutorials (Design Tech, Photo Tech, Music Tech and Movie Tech), members advance through three levels of animated lessons online atwww.myclubmylife.com and participate in instructor-led group activities.
NATIONAL FINE ARTS
Using the interactive National Fine Arts Program Guide, staff can guide youth through the various art projects with step by- step instructions and instructional videos.
The Power Hour materials provide practical tips and best practices for recognition and incentives, behavior management, volunteer recruitment and training, collaboration with other organizations and use of technology and the Internet.
My.Future provides Club staff and members with the ability to develop strong, grounded digital literacy competency through project-based learning experiences. Members produce portfolios of projects and present their projects to earn digital badges. Digital badges can unlock exciting Club technology or leadership opportunities.