North Lake Tahoe Boys & Girls Club: Dodgeball, Karla Hernandez, Events
The Boys and Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe is looking for dedicated volunteers for our new reading program starting in January 2009, Tahoe Reads!This project aims to increase literacy acquisition skills in kindergartners and first graders through small group and one-on-one reading time. Volunteers are asked to commit one hour a week from January until May to read individually or in small group settings with kindergartners or first graders.Morning and afternoon slots are available. Please contact Laura Buckner at 546-4324 if you are interested in helping our community read! This project is sponsored by the Truckee Tahoe Community Foundation.
Karla Hernandez, age 10, was selected as Novembers Club Kid of the Month. Karla comes to the Club every day and is polite, sweet and helpful while she is here. She goes to Power Hour every day to do homework and gets help with her assignments whenever she can. She loves to participate in Mad Libs Monday in the Tech Center and is a great kid to have at our Club. Congratulations Karla and thank you for being you! Each week, all staff members get together and select a Club kid of the week who demonstrated a great attitude and willingness to help out at the Club. Monthly, one student is selected to be kid of the month. This process is a part of our annual Youth of the Year program. Last year the North Lake Tahoe Boys and Girls Club produced the California State Youth of the Year Jasmine Marquez. It is a part of a national program sponsored by Boys and Girls Club of America and the Readers Digest Foundation.
Special DatesDec. 13: DODGEBALL! Everyones favorite fundraiser is back. Players over 18 years of age, organize your team to compete for North Tahoes most prestigious title, Dodgeball Champions of North Lake Tahoe. Team registration is $200 and all money goes to support programs and services at the Boys and Girls Club. Registration begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday morning; play begins at 10 a.m. Each player will receive a commemorative T-shirt and tube socks. Contact Ben Visnyei or Mindy Carbajal for more information at 546-4324.Dec. 22 and 23: FREE holiday program for all Boys and Girls Club members. The Club will be opened all day from 8 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. for free. Kids come to the Club for games and fun all day long. We will provide breakfast and Project MANA will provide lunch to all children. Sign up is not required. You simply imply must be a member to attend.Dec. 24 to 26: The Club will be closed. Happy holidays!Dec. 29 to 31: FREE holiday program for all Boys and Girls Club members. The Club will be opened all day from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for free. Kids come to the Club for games and fun all day long. We will provide breakfast and Project MANA will provide lunch to all children. Sign up is NOT REQUIRED. Simply must be a member to attend.Jan. 5: 2009 basketball season begins. For registration information, practice and games schedules, contact Ben Visnyei. Jan. 16: International Winter Festival 6:30 p.m. at the Club. FREE! Bring the whole family to celebrate all world cultures, their cuisine and customs. Jan. 25: Powder Hounds (ski-snowboard team) begins at Northstar-at-Tahoe. Every Sunday until March 22. 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. To register, please contact Ben Visnyei.
Power Hour: Every Monday through Thursday 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Kids get points for doing homework and tutoring assistance in all subjects. Boys Indoor Soccer (Teens Only). Every Monday and Friday 5 to 8 p.m. Indoor soccer for boys only spectators have to pay $2. Girls Indoor Soccer (Teens Only). Every Tuesday 5 to 7 p.m. Indoor soccer games for girls only spectators have to pay $2.
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