LINCOLN CLUBHOUSE

 

Kindergarten - 4th Grade

Site Director: Alex Schwark
Site Phone: (715) 736-7445
Summer Site Hours June 7th - Sept 1st: M-F 7:30AM to 6:00PM
Fall Site Hours (Starting Sept 2nd) - 3:00PM to 6:00PM
Site Location: 426 N Wilson Avenue, Rice Lake WI 54868
Site Director Email: alex@bgcbarroncounty.org

Wagner W.

Jaxon S.

Macey B.

 

Chase L.

 

A DAY AT LINCOLN

After School Schedule

3:00-4:00 ~ Lunch & Recess

4:00-4:45 ~ Project Learn This is a time for member to work on school work and practice reading, writing, and mathematical skills. 

4:45 - 5:30 ~ Special Programs 

(Includes Club Tech, Art, STEM, Social Skills, Triple Play)

5:30-6:00 ~ Snack and Dismissal 

Sign Up for 2020-2021 Memerbship at BGC!! 

Due to COVID-19 there is only a select amount of spots, first come first serve.

Behind the Blue Doors of Lincoln...

Hey there! 

Farewell 2020 & Hello 2021!
 

We hope that you all had a great holiday season and are as excited about 2021 as we are. Last year brought so many changes, but because of people like you that believe in what we do at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Barron County, we can continue to be there & provide a safe place for our members! For that, we want to say: 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUOUS SUPPORT! 
 

Now before too much snow falls, here is a quick recap of January!

In our Art program, created by Victoria, our members revisited the classic fable called Tortoise and the Hair. They then created a felt storyboard and characters to tell a story of their own! They also got a chance to shake things up a bit by making tambourines while learning some fun facts! Although beans were spilled, the members still had a great time! With our STEM Leader Courtney's expertise, our members learned how Arctic animals stay warm! With this experiment, our members got to see how arctic animals use blubber as insulation to keep them warm in the winter. Our members used Crisco as their insulation,  then placed their hands in ice water. They then had their own little “Polar Plunge”, each member was timed to see how long they could last. 
 

Our Americorps Program Leaders, William & Jacob, started small group programs teaching our members American Sign Language. William has began reviewing the alphabet and animal signs! Jacob taught our members how to make some tasty yet healthy snacks! Our members used apples, peanut butter & tortillas to create a nice treat to end the day. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Ladies and Gentlemen drum roll, please! 

We are pleased to announce our month of January's Members of the Month: 

Wagner W:
Arrives at the club with a smile on his face & ready to play!  He is always willing to try a new program with a positive attitude during power hour or program time. 

Jaxon S:

Is always ready to lend a hand! Whether it be another member or BGC Staff, Jaxon is ready to get the job done!

Macey B:

She is always kind towards staff as well as members! Macy arrives ready to try something new and willing to help. We love seeing the effort she puts into all her projects.

Chase L:

Always leads by example and is very respectful to staff and other members. He is always making us laugh and bringing positivity to his group! 

 

Great job, Boys & Girls! For showing others what a club member is all about! 

 WE ARE PROUD OF YOU 

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