Memberships are available to youth ages
5-18 years old. Memberships run for 12
months. Annual club membership fees are
$25 per child.
Transportation will be provided from
Lebanon Community Schools to The Boys &
Girls Club. Transportation will be
provided from Lebanon Middle School and
Lebanon High School vial the Boys &
Girls Club van.
Keystoning is the Boys & Girls Club
Movement’s most dynamic teen program.
Keystone is a chartered small-group
leadership and service club for boys and
girls ages 14-18. Keystoners elect
officers and plan and implement their
own activities in six areas: service to
Club and community, leadership
development, education and career
exploration, unity, free enterprise and
Torch Clubs are chartered small-group
leadership and service clubs for boys
and girls ages 11-13 focusing on
character development. A Torch Club is a
powerful vehicle through which Club
staff can help meet the special needs of
younger adolescents at a critical stage
in their development. Torch Club members
learn to elect officers and work
together to plan and implement
activities in four areas: service to
Club and community, education, health
and fitness and social recreation. Torch
Club Awards are presented annually to
Torch Clubs with outstanding programs
and activities in the four areas.
The Club offers a nine week summer
program that provides members with a fun
safe environment during the summer
hours. There is an optional field trip
each day of the summer with costs
ranging from $5 to $25 per child. We
serve breakfast, lunch and dinner each
day free of charge. The program runs
from 6:30 AM - 3:00 PM. The
cost is $15 per day, per child. The Club
is also open from 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM for
any member at no additional cost.
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copy of the flyer!
Kids provides education, youth
development, and career explorations
services to youth grades 1 - 8. This
program is based on Boys & Girls
Clubs of America's Power Hour Program.
Power Hour is a National Boys & Girls
Club Program aimed at encouraging club
members to become self directed
learners. The daily attendance is logged
and prizes are awarded to the members
who have earned enough points.
activities will be provided in the Club
Gamesroom. Activities include pool
tables, air hockey, bumper pool, board
games, Xbox 360 & much more. These
activities will include gamesroom tournaments that will be
supervised by Club staff.
Triple Play is a health and wellness
program designed to empower young people
to make informed decisions about their
physical, mental and social well-being.
The goal is to improve Club members'
knowledge of healthy habits, good
nutrition and physical fitness; increase
the number of hours per day they
participate in physical activities; and
strengthen their ability to interact
positively with others and engage in
imagination run wild! This Program
provides youth with the opportunity to
expand their imaginations, while
enjoying the freedom of creativity found
through the fun of arts & crafts.
provides experiences in health &
fitness, homework assistance, games and
a nutritional meal 5 days a week free of
The SCORE Scholars Mentoring Program was
established in 2011 through a
partnership with the Boone County
Mentoring Initiative in order to address
the growing high school dropout rate. At
the elementary level, SCORE focuses on
character enhancement and life skill
development in preparation for a more
successful middle school and eventually
high school experience.
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Newspaper Club is a group of members who
are in charge of producing a monthly
club newsletter. All of the articles are
written by members of the club.