I wrote this review while participating in a campaign for Mom Central Consulting on behalf of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. I received a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.
After School Programs From BGCA
I’m mentioned a few times that I grew up in a very small town in Maine. To give you some perspective on just how small, there are roughly 1400 people living there today. There is a grocery store, two gas stations, a diner, a pizza place, and a handful of other random stores. So, you know, small.
What we didn’t have were many after-school options. If you weren’t playing a sport or didn’t have a job then there wasn’t much to do. Fortunately most kids had parents that made sure where they were and what they were up to, but that wasn’t the case in every situation. And regardless of checked in on, or not, it would have been great to have someplace to go where we could participate in fun activities, reinforce the skills and behaviors we learned in school, and to be active outside of the 20 minutes of recess we had each day.