The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale Registering Now for Youth Summer Camp

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Camp registration is in full swing, giving parents an option for their children during the summer months.

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The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale is hosting enrollment for youth into their summer camp program.

The summer months can be vital times for youth to learn and grow and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale has an environment for youth to continue to expand on what they have learned throughout the school year and prepare for the upcoming school year. The Clubs specialize in Brain Gain, not only keeping learning levels intact, but increasing learning throughout the summer so as to give Club members a leg up on the upcoming school year. Brain Gain activities are found throughout the summer camp curriculum, being found in fun-filled activities that promote science, technology, math and reading learning.

While attending summer camp, members will not only engage in educational and team building activities, but they can also participate in activities that will keep them physically and mentally fit. Studies show that students who attend summer camps tend to be more social and outgoing while activities help promote a sense of teamwork as well as friendly competition. The members are placed in age appropriate groups where they will participate in activities that are specifically geared for their age group. Some of the activities include basketball, bowling, golf, arts and crafts, computer activities, educational components, field trips to museums and fun outings, summer camp dances, picnics and ice cream socials.

The costs and dates for each clubs’ camp varies, with most camps beginning in May and last through early August. For more information on summer camp programs, visit the branch location nearest you or online at:

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale:
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale was established in 1954 serving 282 youth in order to keep them productive and safe during critical non-school hours. Since then, our organization has added, built and expanded Clubs, served thousands upon thousands of more children and teens, and expanded our reach to communities across the Northeast Valley and in Indian Country. Today, we serve more than 18,000 youth providing the same mission services established 60 years ago. In over 60 years, our commitment to providing quality opportunities for youth has never wavered. For more information, visit

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