Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha’s Lincoln Park Summer Program Begins
Additional Youth and Teen Programming Begins Monday at the Club
Kenosha, WI – June 6, 2017 – Summer programming for the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha begins on Monday, June 12th. Programming includes Lincoln Park, AM Adventure, Summer Quest Camp and the Teen Center.
The Lincoln Park Summer Program will take place Monday through Friday from 12pm – 6pm for boys and girls ages 6 – 18 at the Oribiletti Center in Lincoln Park of Kenosha. Activities will vary daily and will include basketball, kickball, arts and crafts, music, movies, games, video games, educational activities and more! Free lunch will also be served daily at 1:30pm. The program will run through August 18th.
The Lincoln Park Summer Program is free, and a free yearly membership to the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha will be provided to all youth participating in the program. To register, parents should accompany their child to the first day of the program that they attend and complete the membership form. Lincoln Park is located between 22nd and 18th Avenue, and 67th and 74th Street in Kenosha.
“It was awesome to see over 200 different kids enjoy the activities in Lincoln Park last summer. The many different community partners that were involved help make this a great experience and we can’t wait to get started,” said BGCK CEO, Jake McGhee.
BGCK will also offer AM Adventure from 7am – 12pm Monday through Friday for kids ages 6 – 12. The fee for AM Adventure is $60/week or $16/day per child. Summer Quest Camp will run from 12pm – 5pm Monday through Friday and is now free. The BGCK has waived the $5 per week fee that was in place in previous years. Free lunch will be served daily from 12 – 1:30pm.
The Teen Center, for members ages 13 – 18, will be open from 12pm – 5pm Monday through Friday June 12th – August 25th. Summer Quest Camp and the Teen Center are included with a yearly membership. The membership fee is $20 per child per year.
The Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha is a youth guidance organization dedicated to promoting health, social, educational, vocational, cultural, character and leadership development. The club helps youth improve their lives by building skills, values and self-esteem.
Celebrating 25 years serving youth in Kenosha, the club has launched the “$25 for 25 more years” campaign, with proceeds from the fundraiser going to support expansion of free transportation to three additional elementary schools. Those interested in making a donation can visit www.BGCK25for25.org.