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LINCOLN CLUBHOUSE

 

Kindergarten - 4th Grade

Site Director: Gretchen Yoder

Site Phone: (715) 736-7445

Site Hours: M-F 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Site Location: 426 N Wilson Avenue, Rice Lake WI 54868

Site Director Email: 

gretchen@bgcbarroncounty.org

Member of the Month:

Easton L.

A DAY AT LINCOLN

SCHEDULE (School Year)



2:45 - 4pm - Bus Arrivals, Free Play, and Meal Time

4pm - 4:30pm - Project Learn

4:30pm - 5:30pm - Program

5:30pm - 6pm - Snack Time and Free Play

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Behind the Blue Doors of Lincoln...

Here at the Lincoln Clubhouse, we hope you are staying nice and cozy this winter season! If you haven’t seen it yet, we have updated all of our information on the Boys & Girls Club website found at http://www.bgcbarroncounty.org. Please check it out! We have been keeping our members learning and having fun while coaching with our enrichment programs. Below you can find the inside scoop on the January happenings at the Lincoln Clubhouse!  

 

In our Art program, our members learned about Aurora Borealis. After discovering some fun facts, members used their blending skills to create their own northern lights. They also were excited to learn about famous artist, Picasso, and the most well known paintings he did! Members then were able to use their artistic skills and create their own Picasso face masterpiece! Later in the month, everyone celebrated “National Hugging Day” by making a paper hug. Members first drew their own faces on a piece of paper, then glued their handprints and thought of a loving message to write to a family or friend. More than just a way to show you care, our members also learned how hugging can improve mental health, as well as the importance of asking our friends for a hug before just giving one. This was a valuable lesson for all to find that some people would enjoy just a simple high five or a compliment.

 

 In our STEM Program, members put their engineering skills to the test when learning all about sleds and how they’ve been used all throughout history. They then got the chance to design a sled of their own, and were able to see if it would get down our “hill” in a safe, but fast, manner. Keeping up with the engineering theme in January, our members then learned about blueprints! Using this newfound information, they worked together to create a park by first turning an idea into a blueprint. With their blueprint, members then had to decide on the rules and locations of their unique parks. With the number of members that we have at the Lincoln clubhouse Boys & Girls Club, it is great being able to see what all of their imaginations create!

Ladies and gentlemen, can I have your attention, please! 

We would like to announce our member of the month as Easton L.! Easton likes our Club Tech program the most because he loves working on computers. While playing games through Stride Academy, he likes the reading questions the most. Easton is a great member of the Lincoln Clubhouse! He is always staying on task and being respectful. Thank you, Ethan, for being you! We are proud to call you one of our club kids!