The Boys and Girls Club of Van Buren offers a Summer Program for ages 6-18 in the summer between the hours of 8am-6pm
· We have 8 unique program areas including Learning Centers, Games Rooms, An Art Room, Technology Center, STEM Lab, & A Full Size Gymnasium.
· We offer nationally recognized BGC Clubs and Programs with something available for all ages.
THE 2020 SUMMER PROGRAM IS SCHEDULED TO END ON JULY 31, 2020. WE WILL BE OFFERING AN ADDITIONAL TWO WEEK PROGRAM FROM AUGUST 10, 2020 TO AUGUST 21, 2020 DUE TO THE DELAYED OPENING OF OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. DO NOT REGISTER FOR THE TWO WEEK PROGRAM WITHOUT CONFIRMED ELIGIBILTY. TO RECEIVE ELIGIBILTY CONFIRMATION PLEASE CONTACT CINDY FALDON, DIRECTOR@VBCLUB.ORG OR 479-474-9401 EXT. 10
All Members of the Boys and Girls Club of Van Buren Summer Program receive Breakfast, Lunch, and a Snack as part of the State of Arkansas SFSP Program
If you are not a member and would like to receive info on getting free meals for children 18 years of age and younger please click the Free Meals link below.
The Boys & Girls Club of Van Buren is accepting bids for food service items. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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