To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.
We serve over 1,800 members, ages six to eighteen. We have an average daily attendance of more than 300 kids.
Our facility is 25,000 square feet and includes two gymnasiums, teen center, games room, learning center, computer lab, arts and crafts center, T.V. lounge, kitchen, meeting room and offices.
Membership Beneifts of Becoming a Member
When a child joins the Club, he or she can expect to find FIVE of the things they need most in life: friendship; a clean, safe, and positive environment; variety of quality programs; fair, consistent discipline; and adult role models who care about them and want them to succeed in life.
Core Programs Offered
- Character and Leadership Development
- Education and Career Development
- Health and life Skills
- The Arts
- Sports, Fitness and Recreation
- Basketball: January - March *45 Teams / 348 Players
- Indoor Soccer: April - June *100 Teams / 878 Players
- Volleyball: October - December *22 Teams / 144 Players
- Baseball: March - December *2 Teams/50 Players
*Most Recent League Statistics
School Year: Monday - Friday *2:00PM - 8:00PM
Saturday: (January - June) 9:00AM - 3:00PM
* club opens at 1:PM on Tuesdays and 12:NOON
on Minimum Days and Non-School Days
Summer: Monday - Friday 7:30AM - 5:30PM
Membership dues are $30 per year and are good for 365 days from the date of enrollment. Athletic league fees are $65 per sport. Financial assistance is available.
Open Door Policy
Activities are provided on a drop-in basis allowing members to come and go as they please. The Club is not a day care center and is not responsible for the whereabouts of its members. Parents who want their children to remain at the Club should give their children strict instructions to stay at the Club. Members may attend the Club as often as they wish and remain as long as they like during open hours.
Members are expected to respect the staff, Club facility and other members. Membership is a privilege; if it is abused, the member will lose the ability to attend the Club and participate in activities.