Summer Camp 2017
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Saturday, May 27, 2017



Where are the programs located?

1) MAIN CLUBHOUSE - Roosevelt Williams Park


Banning- After School Only until 6:00pm (ASES requirements)


a) Central Elementary School

b) Coombs Intermediate School

c) Hemmerling Elementary School

d) Hoffer Elementary School

e) Nicolet Middle School

f) Cabazon Elementary School


Beaumont -6:30AM 6:00PM (Pay to play programming)


a)       Anna Hause Elementary  School

b)      Brookside Elementary School

c)      Palm Elementary School

d)      Sundance Elementary School

e)      Three Ring Elementary School

f)       Tournament Hills Elementary School


What is there to do at the Club?

  • Members get homework assistance in our Power Hour program 
  • Arts-n-Crafts
  • Sports leagues and tournaments
  • Singing, acting, dancing in our performing arts programs.
  • Become one of tomorrow's leaders with our Torch Club
  • Learn to make proper decisions in our SMARTMoves programs

 Why would a child want to join?

Our Youth Development Professionals make the Club The Positive Place for Kids and provide a caring and supportive environment for our youth.  In addition to our Youth Development Professionals, the Boys and Girls Clubs of America offers tested, proven nationally recognized programs in five core program areas:

         Character and Leadership

         Education and Career Development

         Health and Life Skills

         Sports, Fitness and Recreation

         Specialized Initiatives

         Club Tech

         Planning and Evaluation





Are sports available?

We provide inner club leagues for Baseball, basketball, soccer, and football in which we play against the other sites in the community as well as other Boys and Girls Clubs in the surrounding cities.  We offer daily activities outside, when weather permits, promoting sportsmanship, teamwork, self-confidence and friendship. 


How old do youth members have to be?

The Club offers programs to youth in Kindergarten and grades 1 through 12. At our school sites you must be a student at the school to be in the program.



Do you perform Medical Assistance?

The Boys and Girls Club is not permitted to administer medications of any form.  Please make sure your child can administer their own medications before he/she enters the program.


Is the program open during non-school days?

The Boys and Girls Club is closed when the schools are closed.  There is a stand alone site located in Banning at 1101 E. George St. that will remain open except for all major holidays.


What happens during minimum days?

Your school site will open when school is released.


How can I help?

You can make a donation! You can volunteer your time! You can attend one of our events! You can even consider a career with the Boys & Girls Club!


How can I make a donation?

Mail to:

PO Box 655

Beaumont, CA. 92223 - Tax ID# 20-3812932


How can I volunteer with the kids?

Contact the site manager where your child attends, call us at the Clubhouse: 951-922-3259 or email us at admin@bgcsgpass.com




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