Kenosha, WI – January 7, 2021 – Beginning Monday, January 11th, the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha will return to serving youth after school and no longer be open for virtual learning support during the school day. These changes coincide with KUSD’s plans to return to hybrid learning. BGC Sports leagues will also resume operations. Masks, social distancing and other COVID related guidelines are still in place as necessary. The virtual learning support site was a success with over 75 youth attending the program.
Gus the Bus will be back in action beginning Monday, offering free transportation to the Club from these elementary schools: McKinley, Grewenow, Bose, Roosevelt, Grant, EBSOLA Dual Language, Brass, Vernon and EBSOLA Creative Arts. Students who were signed up for transportation at the beginning of the school year are still registered and may use the bus and attend the Club right away on Monday. New members may sign up for transportation at the front desk of the BGCK, space permitting.
The Youth & Tween Centers will be open from 2:30 – 6:45pm Monday through Thursday and from 11:30am – 4:45pm on Fridays. The Teen Center will be open from 3 – 8pm Monday through Thursday and from 2 – 6pm on Fridays. Active Club memberships are required for all and are $20 per child per year.
BGC Sports soccer and basketball leagues have resumed operations. Updated schedules can be found online at BGCsports.org. Adult pickleball will return to normal hours and senior walking will once again be available.
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. When you support the Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha, you support the kids who need us the most and their great futures ahead. Visit www.BGCKenosha.org/donate to donate today.