With the new Boys & Girls Club opening up in the West Chester/Liberty Township area, kids will have more opportunities to develop as young adults.
The Boys & Girls Club of America welcomes Lakota students to their new West Chester/Liberty Township facility, located at 4845 Smith Road, which kicks off its summer session on June 2. The result of efforts from longtime Lakota teacher Ashley Lang, the Club is open to Grades 2 – 6 and anticipates serving 300 members with an average daily attendance of 125 kids. Membership is $50 per year and includes after school programming. This year’s summer program has additional fees and runs Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., June 2 – Aug. 8 (closed on July 4). Scholarships are available.
Visit bgcwl.com for details!
Photo above: Devon Beck, program director, and Michelle Seither, operations director of the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Chester/Liberty were part of a painting party at the new center. (Photo courtesy of Oak Tree Communications)