The Boys & Girls Clubs of West Alabama has announced that registration is open for their 2022 Summer Program. According to the press release, the summer program included “fun activities and a curriculum designed to prevent summer learning loss and prepare members for academic success in the fall.”

The summer program is “implemented under the guidance of certified teachers to ensure continued learning.” Membership is available at the following locations: Jaycee Park, Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School, Southview Elementary School, Hale County Middle School, and Greensboro runs from June 1 through July 29. Summer programming will begin at The Hub at Stillman Heights on June 6.

“Membership in Boys & Girls Clubs of West Alabama is extremely affordable. Summer fees vary by Club location,” said the Press Release. To learn more call (205) 553-3838 or at

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The Boys & Girls Clubs of West Alabama offers “academic programming, summer activities for all members include field trips, indoor and outdoor recreation, organized sports teams and swimming.” In addition, “healthy meals are provided daily.”

(Source) Press Release sent to Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa. Click here for more info from the Boys & Girls Club of West Alabama.

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