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Register online at www.bgcportland.org/summer

SUMMER GUIDE

2017


ABOUT US Our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland (BGCP) has been serving youth since 1946. The Clubs are at the forefront of youth development, offering kids and families access to after-school and summer programs designed to help develop the qualities needed to achieve academic success, become responsible individuals and leaders, and live healthy lives.

ABOUT BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF PORTLAND

Today, the Clubs have grown to operate four facilities located throughout the metropolitan area, along with school-based programs in partnership with the Parkrose, Reynolds and North Clackamas Districts.

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OUR FORMULA FOR PROGRAM SUCCESS Boys & Girls Club’s Five Elements of Youth Development SAFE, POSITIVE ENVIRONMENT

OPPORTUNITIES & EXPECTATIONS

Club staff, facilities and programs create stability, consistency and a sense of safety for members.

Club youth acquire physical, social, technological, artistic and life skills. Clubs encourage members to develop a moral character while staff reinforce high expectations.

SUPPORTIVE RELATIONSHIPS Club kids develop meaningful, appropriate relationships with peers and adults. Staff members display caring, appreciation, acceptance and guidance in their interactions with members.

FUN The Club is fun! Fun is what keeps kids coming back. Members develop a strong sense of belonging through connections they establish with staff and peers.

RECOGNITION Club staff and leadership recognize and support young people’s selfworth and accomplishments. Staff members encourage youth and provide positive reinforcement.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area does not discriminate on the basis of color, creed, disability, national origin, race, religion, physical or mental handicap, veteran status, marital status, sex or sexual orientation. The activities offered by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area are open to all youth between the ages of 6 (and in first grade) to 18. We are not limited to any geographic boundaries. Programs provided by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area are not sponsored by the following school districts: North Clackamas School District, Portland Public School District, Hillsboro School District, David Douglas School District, Washougal School District, Camas School District, Parkrose School District, Reynolds School District, Gresham-Barlow School District, and Centennial School District.


CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

About BGCP 2 Summer at the Clubs 4 Summer Structure 5 Registration & Payment 6 Summer Locations 7 Summer Activities 9 Teen Programs 10 East County 12 Employment 13 Summer Camps 14-41 Blazers Club 14-21 Inukai Family Club 22-27 Regence Club 28-35 Wattles Club 36-41 Summer Camp Planner

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MEALS & SNACK SERVED AT ALL SUMMER SITES FREE OF CHARGE

SUMMER AT BOYS & GIRLS CLUB Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland offers high-quality, affordable summer programming at all of our Clubs. In addition to regular Club programs, kids can attend specialized summer day camps and dive into topics including the arts, sports & fitness, science, exploration, leadership and more.

SUMMER AT THE CLUB

IMPORTANT DATES

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June 19 - First day of Summer program for Blazers, Regence and Wattles

June 26 - First day of Summer program for Inukai, Parkrose and Oak Grove

July 3-4 - Clubs closed for 4th of July holiday August 18 - Last day for all summer program

SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 27, 2017. Learn more at www.bgcportland.org/summer


SUMMER OFFERINGS 7:30 am - 9:00 am

9:00 am - Noon

Noon - 1 pm

Noon - 6:00 pm

SUNRISE CLUB

SUMMER CAMPS

LUNCH

MEMBER HOURS

Sunrise Club is an early start to the day with safe and supervised fun! This a great option for parents who work early!

BGCP offers specialized summer day camps that explore arts, sports leagues & fitness, science, exploration, leadership and more. Camp offerings are listed on pages 14-41.

All sites offer free meals and snacks to all youth at our Clubs.

Youth are welcome to drop in to our Clubs at any time during the afternoon for regular Club programming with a $25 annual membership.

$25 PER WEEK

MONDAY - FRIDAY

$65 PER WEEK

MONDAY - FRIDAY

FREE

MONDAY - FRIDAY

FREE

MONDAY - FRIDAY

Note that youth who attend Sunrise Club must also sign up for a summer camp in order to stay all day at the Club.

POLICIES & GUIDELINES Ages & Grades

Clothing & Attire Camps are structured to be active and can be messy. Children may spend time outdoors. Closed toe shoes and comfortable clothing should be worn at camp. Parents may be called if youth clothing is not appropriate for activities.

Arrival Times

Meals

Please do not send youth with toys, electronics or other valuables.

Please make sure your children are here at the camp start times as many camps go off-site.

This summer, all 4 Club houses provide meals and snacks for youth at no additional cost. Please refer to your Club page for more details.

Daily Packing List A water bottle, sunscreen and backpack are helpful items to send with youth. Please label each item with the child’s name.

If your child arrives late you may be responsible for transporting them to their camp site. Unless your child is enrolled in Sunrise Club they should not arrive before 8:50am.

SUMMER STRUCTURE

Clubs are open to youth in grades 1-12, as of Fall 2017.

Electronics

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REGISTRATION & PAYMENT REGISTERING FOR CAMPS All summer camp registrations are now processed ONLINE at www.bgcportland. org/summer, however Clubs will still accept in-person registrations and cash or check payments at the Club.

Membership All youth must be registered members of Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area in order to attend camps and member programming.

Payment & Balances All past outstanding balances must be paid in full before registering for any additional Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland offerings. Any registrations made without resolving outstanding balances will not be honored.

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT

All camp purchases require a 10% nonrefundable deposit and full payment a week prior to the camp’s start date or an up to date payment plan.

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If additional payment options are required, please contact your Club’s Coordinator of Membership and Family Engagement.

Pro-Rated Camp Policy We do not pro-rate camp sessions. All sessions must be paid in full, regardless of attendance.

Becoming a Club Member A Boys & Girls Club membership is just $25 per year for youth and $5 per year for teens. Visit your local Club facility or visit our website to fill out a membership form.

Scholarships Financial assistance is available for all our camps! If you are interested in applying for a scholarship, please visit our website or contact your Clubs and submit a scholarship form prior to registration. All scholarships are processed within 5 business days and are awarded on a need basis. Scholarships cannot be applied to offerings that have already occurred.

Cancellations & Refunds We have a limited availability in our camps. If you wish to un-enroll your child from one of our camps please contact your Club at least seven days prior to the camp’s start date in order to receive a 90% refund or have 100% of your purchase applied to other Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland offerings. If a cancellation is requested less than 7 days prior to a camp’s start date no refunds or transfers will be given. If a registration is not cancelled 7 days prior to the camp’s start date, you are still responsible for all registration and camp fees regardless of camp attendance.

Sign up for the wrong camp? NO PROBLEM! Don’t re-register, let your BGCP Club staff know at least 7 days before that camp’s start date and we will transfer your registration to the camp of your choice.


SUMMER LOCATIONS

SUMMER CAMP SITES 2017 Our Blazers, Regence, Inukai Family, and Wattles Clubs are open for new summer enrollment! School site programs, including Oak Grove, are only open to a limited number of youth and will not have open enrollment. If your child is a member at one of our school sites, please contact your Club directly for summer opportunities.

BLAZERS CLUB

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WATTLES CLUB

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9330 SE Harold St. Portland, OR 97266 503.775.1549

INUKAI FAMILY CLUB 560 SE 3rd Ave. Hillsboro, OR 97123 503.640.4558

5250 NE MLK Jr. Blvd. Portland, OR 97211 503.282.8480

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 8203 SE 7th Ave, Suite 100 Portland, OR 97202 503-232-0077

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REGENCE CLUB 4430 N. Trenton Portland, OR 97203 503.853.8678

SUMMER LOCATIONS

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SUMMER PROGRAMS

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SUMMER PROGRAMS Offered at Club sites in the afternoon during member hours, free of charge.

SUMMER BRAIN GAIN

SOCCER FOR SUCCESS

Summer Brain Gain is offered at all Club sites for elementary kids daily, free of charge, in order to help curb summer learning loss! No sign up is required.

Soccer for Success is offered at Club sites free of charge in order to help kids stay active. Ask your Club for details.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland is commited to keeping kids’ brains active and engaged this summer! Summer Brain Gain gives kids the chance to have fun while learning through fun experiments, inventing, and exploring the world around them.

Each module takes a project-based learning approach to develop critical problem-solving and creative-thinking skills; youth engage in a process of learning through discovery, imaginative expression, group work and a final project or production.

Healthy Living Participants learn about eating right and other ways to stay healthy, and they gain important decision-making and relationship skills from their interactions with coach-mentors and peers. Mentorship They teach kids the fundamentals of soccer, but also strive to help children build confidence and recognize the value of hard work, teamwork and persistence in achieving personal goals. By learning what it takes to play a team sport, kids are also being prepared to be productive citizens. Community-focused Coach-mentors meet with families regularly to educate parents and guardians about how to embrace an active and healthy lifestyle and nurture their child’s personal growth.

Questions? Ask your Club for more details.

SUMMER PROGRAMS

Summer Brain Gain is 8 one-week modules with fun, themed activities for elementary school members.

Soccer for Success is a free after-school program that is proven to help kids establish healthy habits and develop critical life skills through caring coach-mentors and family engagement.

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TEEN PROGRAMS SUMMER LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS SUMMER PROGRAM Do something new each week with your fellow Club teens as you plan and implement service projects and grow your leadership skills through team challenges. Learn how to inspire others to greatness, make tough decisions, and develop creative solutions to tricky problems. Make a difference this summer and find out what it takes to be a leader in your Club and in your community. Sign up at your local Club in the Teen Center!

7th - 12th GRADE ALL CLUBS

YOUTHFORCE UNIVERSITY Engage in weekly trainings that will enhance your personal brand with teens from across the Portland Metro. Each session will bring in unique speakers that will discuss their path and share tips for success. We collaborate with community partners to support youth with college and career planning, networking, financial and workplace etiquette, and community engagement. Teens also engage in social justice and equity conversations. A summer’s end party will highlight the hard work!

9TH-12TH GRADE ALL CLUBS

TEEN PROGRAMS

TEAMWORKS

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The TeamWork Internship Program is a unique partnership between Boys & Girls clubs of Portland YouthForce and Timbers FC, offering teens meaningful entry-level work experiences with the Guest Services Department during Timbers and Thorns games. Interns are supported by adult mentors, positive peer and professional networks, and receive on the job training. Connect with Director of Teen Services – Career & Education staff Rachel Centariczki (rcentariczki@bgcportland.org OR 503.969.5292) to learn how to apply.

AGES 16-18 ALL CLUBS To sign up for these opportunities, contact your local Club. Club info on page 7. Questions? Contact Matthew Heady at mheady@bgcportland.org or call your Club.


TEEN SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES

College Tours

Visit community colleges, universities and trade schools each week this summer! Trips to schools around the Northwest will provide options for post high school success.

Career Shadows & Business Trips

Community Service

Based on YOUR interest, teens will take trips to businesses around the state to meet with professionals about how they reached their position.

Volunteering to give back to our community while supporting other great partners in the process enables all to benefit! Engage in self-driven and collaborative service throughout this summer.

Environmental Engagement

UPS Road Code – Teen Driver Training

Teens will be taking weekly trips to enjoy the great outdoors. From the Coast to the Cascade Range, and beyond, our summer will get some fresh air in your lungs and a new appreciation for our backyard.

Take part in the premier teen driving program that teaches safe driving techniques to thousands of participants each year. New sessions take place each month. Stay tuned to your Teen Center for details!


EAST COUNTY PROGRAMS SUMMER KIDS IN THE PARK! FREE LUNCH AND ACTIVITIES FOR YOUTH Enjoy the sunshine with your family! Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland is teaming up with City of Gresham to offer FREE recreation and lunch for youth ages 1-18 Monday to Friday during the summer! No registration required. Sack lunch is provided by U.S. Department of Agriculture lunch program. This is a great family activity, and parents are encouraged to attend with children. Older children may attend on their own with parental discretion.

PARKS Vance Park 1400 SE 182nd Ave.

Main City Park 219 S. Main Ave.

Red Sunset Park 2403 NE Red Sunset

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ROCKWOOD

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

coming fall 2017

SE 165th St. & SE Stark St.

167TH AVE

EAST COUNTY PROGRAMS

MORE INFORMATION AT GRESHAMOREGON.GOV/SUMMER-KIDS-IN-THE-PARK

LEARN MORE AND GET INVOLVED: www.bgcportland.org/catalyst


NOW HIRING! All locations

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland is looking for fun, caring, enthusiastic people to join our team for summer camps at several Club sites across the Portland region.

POLICIES, GUIDELINES, REGISTRATION & PAYMENTS

JOIN OUR 2017 SUMMER STAFF!

WHAT YOU’LL GET TO DO You’ll work with a team of dedicated staff to be a youth mentor and run summer camps focused on the arts, sports, character & leadership, STEM, and more. YOUR IMPACT At Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland, every day is an opportunity to make a difference and empower youth to Be Great! LEARN MORE: WWW.BGCPORTLAND.ORG/EMPLOYMENT


BLAZE RS CLU B CAMP HOURS (M-F) 9 am-12 pm

CLUB HOURS (M-F)

Sunrise Club: 7:30-9 am Member Hours: 12-6 pm

CAMP PRICE $65 per session

CLUB PRICE

Sunrise Club: $25 per week Member Hours: Free (w/membership)

TEEN CAMPS

View page 10 for more info

IMPORTANT DATES

June 19 - First day of Summer July 3-4 - Club close for 4th of July holiday

August 18 - Last day for all summer program

To register for summer camps, visit:

www.bgcportland.org/summer.

5250 NE MLKJr Blvd Portland, OR 97211 (503) 282-8480

CAMP INFORMATION MEALS & SNACKS PROVIDED Blazers Club is proud to be a SFSP summer food site. Lunch and snack are provided for all youth at this Club

CLOTHING Camps are structured to be active and can be messy. Children may spend time outdoors. Closed toe shoes are required for all outdoor and sports camps.

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT REGISTERING Please visit our website at www.bgcportland.org to register and pay. All youth must be members of Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area in order to attend camps and member programming.

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SUPPLIES A water bottle, sunscreen and backpack are helpful items to send with each member. Please label each item with your member’s name.

BECOMING A MEMBER A Boys & Girls Club membership is just $25 per year. Visit your local Club facility and fill out a membership form. SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships are available. Please contact your local club for more details. Please apply prior to registering for camps.


Blazers Club Camps June 19-August 18

Week 1 June 19-June 23 Strong Start

Sports of All Sorts

Be Smart, Eat Art

Let’s make sure our youngest members get off to a great start! Learn the best ways to be a Boys & Girls Club Member in order to have the most amount of fun while adjusting to a new environment and new people.

There is no “ I” in team. Learn the fundamentals of popular team sports and participate in fun, exciting competition. 

Paint with frosting, sculpt some edible dough and eat rainbow colored pancakes during this camp that will fill your stomach and your mind with fun, creative projects.    

AGES 6-7

AGES 8-12

AGES 8-12

Science Under the Sea AGES 9-12

Mystery abounds in the dark, deep of the ocean. Embark on a scientific exploration of the plants and animals hiding below the surface.

Week 2 June 26 - June 30 Basketball AGES 6-12

Center Stage! Drama & Improv

AGES 6-9

Gross, what’s that?! Learn about all things disgusting: blood you can drink, snot you can feel, and all the sticky, messy slimy goop you can handle.

AGES 9-12

Come learn the craft of being a theater artist! Through improvisation, storytelling, and acting exercises, campers will create characters and skits to perform for an audience.

Field Trips AGES 9-12

A different adventure every day! We will explore all the fun places Portland has to offer: parks, museums, special exhibits and more!

TEEN PROGRAMS OFFERED AT BLAZERS EVERY WEEK. LEARN MORE ON PAGE 10.

BLAZERS BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

Half court, full court, the key and the baseline. Basketball   skills, drills and thrills for all.

Icky Sticky Gooey

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Week 3 July 5 - July 7 Animal Kingdom

Survivor Challenge Dance it Out! AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

Wacky Science

Learn about some of our most beloved endangered animals while enjoying arts, crafts, projects, games, and more!

In this camp, you will be challenged to outwit, outlast and outplay each other during this week of challenging puzzles, obstacles courses and teamwork games.

Campers will learn to stay positive, and set aside their worries  through the power of dance. Make up your own moves, let loose, and plan a dance party for the end of the week!

Can you make things rust instantly? What about taking the DNA out of fruit cells?  Learn all about the scientific method as you conduct crazy experiments with things found around your house.  Mad scientists rejoice!

BLAZERS BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

AGES 6-8

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AGES 9-12

Week 4 July 10 - July 14 Soccer

Paints and Prints

Engineering Fun!

Park Hoppers

Improve your soccer technique through games, drills, and scrimmages. By the end of the week, you’ll be playing like a pro!

Tempera paint, printing inks and watercolor crayons are just a few of the mediums that will be available to explore during this five day journey into the world of painting and printmaking.   

Rockets? Check. Catapults? Check.  Towers and Bridges? Double-Check.  A camp full of fun physics puzzles and engineering challenges to work your brain?  All systems go

Portland is full of parks to explore! This small group camp will visit hidden gems & PDX favorites. Playgrounds, fields and fountians galore!

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

AGES 9-12

AGES 6-9


Week 5 July 17-July 21 Volleyball

Global Explorers

Let’s Go Lego

Park Hoppers

Serve, set, spike! Learn all the techniques and teamwork skills of this popular sport in this fun camp. Did you know some of your favorite BGCP Staff actually play together on a volleyball team?

Zip around the world in this camp as we explore a different culture each day through games, art, music, food and history.

Construct to your hearts content with everyone’s favorite building blocks. Campers will be given creative freedom as well as interesting challenges for engineering their structures.

Portland is full of parks to explore! This small group camp will visit hidden gems & PDX favorites. Playgrounds, fields and fountians galore!

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-9

AGES 9-12

LAUGH HARD.

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BLAZERS BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

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Week 6 July 24-July 28 Flag Football

Clay Creations

Space Exploration

Farm Tours

Skills, drills and scrimmages fill this exciting week on the fields and in the gym. Learn the fundamentals of the game, and get ready to scrimmage!

There are so many different kinds of clay! Experience them all while learning new skills and making some amazing art to take home. 

Venture into the universe to learn about planets, stars, and galexies through art projects and activities. At the end of the week, you’ll be an all-around outer-space expert!

Visit local area farms! Explore the farming lifestyle and experience picking your own fresh fruits and veggies.

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

AGES 9-12

AGES 6-9

Week 7 July 31-August 4

Week 8 August 7-August 11

Summer Olympics

Dinosaurs Rock!

Field Trips

Craft-O-Rama

Want to learn more about the monsters and minerals that existed on earth 144 million years ago? This camp will fill your noggin with fun facts about fossils and prehistoric creatures.

A different adventure every day! We will explore all the fun places Portland has to offer: parks, museums, special exhibits and more!

Your creative mind will explode with possibilites and you will celebrate all things shiny, glittery, soft and brightly colored. Make some crafts and have an amazing time.

AGES 6-12

Comics & Cartoons AGES 6-12

Ever wonder what it takes to become a cartoonist? Do you aspire to create graphic novels? Join this camp to learn the basics for creating stories and characters through the art of drawing.

Farm Tours AGES 9-12

Visit local area farms! Explore the farming lifestyle and experience picking your own fresh fruits and veggies.

AGES 6-9

Basketball AGES 6-12

Half court, full court, the key and the baseline. Basketball   skills, drills and thrills for all.

AGES 6-12

Minecraft Mania! AGES 6-12

Mine blocks of diamond, fend off creepers and endermen, and build to your heart’s content! Let your creativity run rampant in the wonderful world of Minecraft.

BLAZERS BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

Train like an Olympian by competing in events, challenging your skills, participating in a medal cereomony, and learning the rich history of the Olympic games.

AGES 6-9

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Week 9 August 14-August 18 Music Makers AGES 6-9

BLAZERS BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

Let your musical spirit run wild while exploring the basics of rhythm, tempo, sound, musical notation and more! The world is your instrument as you sing songs, drum beats and enjoy musical group games with fellow music enthusiasts!

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Forts & Mazes

Taste of Summer

Field Trips

Design, build and test your own forts and mazes. The engineers of the past will inspire amazing ideas and help you understand the architecture of real structures.

Fresh fruits and vegetables abound in this week’s menu creations. Light, refreshing food that put you in the mood for fun in the sun!

A different adventure every day! We will explore all the fun places Portland has to offer: parks, museums, special exhibits and more!

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

AGES 9-12

More Friends…more fun!

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Co-rec Sports for Adults 21+ Volleyball

Kickball Softball Flag Football www.UnderdogPortland.com

Dodgeball

5261 NE MLK Blvd, Portland


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I N U K A I F A M I LY C L U B CAMP HOURS (M-F) 9 am-12 pm

CLUB HOURS (M-F)

Sunrise Club: 7:30-9 am Member Hours: 12-6 pm

CAMP PRICE $65 per session

CLUB PRICE

Sunrise Club: $25 per week Member Hours: Free (w/membership)

560 SE 3rd Ave Hilsboro, OR 87123 (503) 640-4558

TEEN CAMPS

View page 10 for more info

IMPORTANT DATES

June 26 - First day of Summer July 3-4 - Club closed for 4th of July holiday

August 18 - Last day for all summer program

CAMP INFORMATION MEALS & SNACKS PROVIDED Inukai Club is proud to be a SFSP summer food site. Lunch and snack are provided for all youth at this Club.

CLOTHING Camps are structured to be active and can be messy. Children may spend time outdoors Closed toe shoes are required for all outdoor and sports camps.

SUPPLIES A water bottle, sunscreen and backpack are helpful items to send with each member. Please label each item with your member’s name.

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT To register for summer camps, visit:

www.bgcportland.org/summer.

REGISTERING Please visit our website at www.bgcportland.org to register and pay. All youth must be members of Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area in order to attend camps and member programming.

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BECOMING A MEMBER A Boys & Girls Club membership is just $25 per year. Visit your local Club facility and fill out a membership form. SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships are available. Please contact your local club for more details. Please apply prior to registering for camps.


InukaiJuneClub Camps 24-August 18 Week 1 June 26 - June 30

Week 2 July 5 - July 7

Summer Time Food

Clay Creations

Engineering Fun

There are so many different kinds of clay! Experience them all while learning new skills and making some amazing art to take home. 

Rockets? Check. Catapults? Check.  Towers and Bridges? Double-Check.  A camp full of fun physics puzzles and engineering challenges to work your brain?  All systems go.

AGES 6-8

Lemonade, watermelon and hotdogs. Light, refreshing food that puts you in the mood for fun in the sun. 

Puppet Masters

AGES 9-12

Soccer

Bring to life your own creative characters by constructing original puppets, and learning to operate them like a pro for the end-ofweek puppet show!

Improve your soccer technique through games, drills, and scrimmages. By the end of the week, you’ll be playing like a pro!

AGES 9-12

Soccer

AGES 6-8

Improve your soccer technique through games, drills, and scrimmages. By the end of the week, you’ll be playing like a pro!

Summer Time Food AGES 9-12

Lemonade, watermelon and hotdogs. Light, refreshing food that puts you in the mood for fun in the sun. 

Puppet Masters AGES 9-12

Bring to life your own creative characters by constructing original puppets, and learning to operate them like a pro for the end-ofweek puppet show!

FIELD TRIPS EVERY WEDNESDAY Sign up and pay at the Club. $15

INUKAI FAMILY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

AGES 6-8

AGES 6-8

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INUKAI TEEN CAMPS Camps are held daily at the Inukai Family Club in the morning from 9:00 am - noon.

L.E.A.D. LEADERSHIP EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT

INUKAI FAMILY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

Do something new each week with your fellow Club teens as you plan and implement service projects, explore colleges and career options, and grow your leadership skills through team challenges. Learn how to inspire others to greatness, make tough decisions, and develop creative solutions to tricky problems. Make a difference this summer and find out what it takes to be a leader in your Club and in your community.

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To register for teen camps, visit: www.bgcportland.org/summer. 7th-12th grade $25 per week

L.I.T LEADERS IN TRAINING Participate in our LIT program and experience a fun and fulfilling summer. In this program participants will learn about different aspects of youth development and how programs run. BGC staff will support LIT members in gaining important resume-worthy skills and experiences that will assist in applying for future jobs, scholarships and college. The program will include services projects, field trips and more. Skills include: leadership skills • confidence • planning and organization • time management teamwork / conflict resolution • communication skills • professionalism Scholarships are available. $100 tuition includes Club t-shirt and entrance into field trips they may be asked to attend as part of L.I.T. responsibilities. Limited number of spaces. Apply early to receive a program acceptance interview.

To apply for the L.I.T. program, visit: www.bgcportland.org/summer. 7th-12th grade $100 for the summer Questions? Contact Amanda Mondragon at amondragon@bgcportland.org or call the Inukai Family Club at 503-640-4458


Week 3 July 10 - July 14

Week 4 July 17-July 21

Global Tasters

Engineering Fun

Icky Sticky Gooey

Global Tasters

Breakfast in Brazil? Lunch in Morroco? Dinner in Thailand? I hear snacks are the best in Japan. Zip around the globe cooking and eating food that is celebrated in other cultures and munching on things that you never thought would be delicious.

Rockets? Check. Catapults? Check. Towers and Bridges? Double-Check. A camp full of fun physics puzzles and engineering challenges to work your brain? All systems go.

Gross, what’s that?! Learn about all things disgusting: blood you can drink, snot you can feel, and all the sticky, messy slimy goop you can handle.

Breakfast in Brazil? Lunch in Morroco? Dinner in Thailand? I hear snacks are the best in Japan. Zip around the globe cooking and eating food that is celebrated in other cultures and munching on things that you never thought would be delicious.

AGES 6-8

AGES 9-12

Sports of all Sorts AGES 9-12

Craft-O-Rama AGES 6-8

Your creative mind will explode with possibilites and you will celebrate all things shiny, glittery, soft and brightly colored. Make some crafts and have an amazing time.

There is no “ I” in team. Learn the fundamentals of popular team sports and participate in fun, exciting competition.

AGES 6-8

Sports of all Sorts AGES 6-8

There is no “ I” in team. Learn the fundamentals of popular team sports and participate in fun, exciting competition.

Your child has you, and you have WIC — a nutrition program for women, infants and children. Pregnant? Breastfeeding? Family with a child under age five?

503-846-3555

www.co.washington.or.us/WIC wic@co.washington.or.us

Mighty Modern Artists AGES 9-12

Experience the lives and art of some of our most accomplished artists. Their voices and talent will inspire new creative techniques and projects to fill you with pride.

INUKAI FAMILY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

Call Washington County WIC Today!

AGES 9-12

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Week 5 July 24-July 28

Week 6 July 31-August 4

Be Smart, Eat Art

Wacky Science

Minecraft Mania!

AGES 9-12

AGES 6-8

AGES 9-12

Paint with frosting, sculpt some edible dough and eat rainbow colored pancakes during this camp that will fill your stomach and your mind with fun, creative projects.

Can you make things rust instantly? What about taking the DNA out of fruit cells?  Learn all about the scientific method as you conduct crazy experiments with things found around your house.  Mad scientists rejoice!

Mine blocks of diamond, fend off creepers and endermen, and build to your heart’s content! Let your creativity run rampant in the wonderful world of Minecraft.

Paint with frosting, sculpt some edible dough and eat rainbow colored pancakes during this camp that will fill your stomach and your mind with fun, creative projects.

Gymlympics

Project Runway

Train like an Olympian by competing in events, challenging your skills, participating in a medal cereomony, and learning the rich history of the Olympic games.   

Ready to get your designs runwayready? Learn the ins and outs of fashion design, and prepare your work for a friday fashion show.

AGES 6-8

Project Runway AGES 6-8

INUKAI FAMILY BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

Ready to get your designs runwayready? Learn the ins and outs of fashion design, and prepare your work for a friday fashion show.

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Gymlympics AGES 9-12

Train like an Olympian by competing in events, challenging your skills, participating in a medal cereomony, and learning the rich history of the Olympic games. 

AGES 6-8

Be Smart, Eat Art

AGES 9-12


Week 7 August 7-August 11

Week 8 August 14-August 18

Top Chef

Minecraft Mania!

Myths & Legends

Top Chef

Compete in teams to make the tastiest, most creative, or most insane food creation. Race against the clock with secret ingredients, guest judges, and prizes of all sorts!

Mine blocks of diamond, fend off creepers and endermen, and build to your heart’s content! Let your creativity run rampant in the wonderful world of Minecraft.

Dive into a world of historical imagination, exploring stories of strange customs, exotic creatures, and larger than life characters.

Compete in teams to make the tastiest, most creative, or most insane food creation. Race against the clock with secret ingredients, guest judges, and prizes of all sorts!

Paints and Prints

Games of All Names AGES 9-12

Tag, you’re it! Wanna play? Be the star of the playgound and park after paticipating in this five day camp. Play some familiar games and learn some new ones.

AGES 6-8

AGES 6-8

Tempera paint, printing inks and watercolor crayons are just a few of the mediums that will be available to explore during this five day journey into the world of painting and printmaking.

AGES 9-12

Tag, you’re it! Wanna play? Be the star of the playgound and park after paticipating in this five day camp. Play some familiar games and learn some new ones.

AGES 6-8

Games of All Names AGES 6-8

AGES 9-12

Paints and Prints AGES 9-12

Tempera paint, printing inks and watercolor crayons are just a few of the mediums that will be available to explore during this five day journey into the world of painting and printmaking.

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REGENCE CLUB CAMP HOURS (M-F) 9 am-12 pm

CLUB HOURS (M-F)

Sunrise Club: 7:30-9 am Member Hours: 12-6 pm

CAMP PRICE $65 per session

CLUB PRICE

Sunrise Club: $25 per week Member Hours: Free (w/membership)

4430 N Trenton St Portland, OR 97203 (503) 853-8678

TEEN CAMPS

View page 10 for more info

IMPORTANT DATES

June 19 - First day of Summer July 3-4 - Club close for 4th of July holiday

August 18 - Last day for all summer program

To register for summer camps, visit:

www.bgcportland.org/summer.

CAMP INFORMATION MEALS & SNACKS PROVIDED Snack & supper are provided for all youth at this Club. All youth will have the opportunity to receive free lunch served at a local park.

CLOTHING Camps are structured to be active and can be messy. Children may spend time outdoors. Closed toe shoes are required for all outdoor and sports camps.

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT REGISTERING Please visit our website at www.bgcportland.org to register and pay. All youth must be members of Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area in order to attend camps and member programming.

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SUPPLIES A water bottle, sunscreen and backpack are helpful items to send with each member. Please label each item with your member’s name.

BECOMING A MEMBER A Boys & Girls Club membership is just $25 per year. Visit your local Club facility and fill out a membership form. SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships are available. Please contact your local club for more details. Please apply prior to registering for camps.


Regence Club Camps June 19-August 18

This summer, the Regence Club is partnering with the Blazers Club to offer a wider range of camps for youth. Regence youth and staff will be transported to select camps at Blazers each morning at 8:45 am. Camps in boxes are hosted at the Regence Club. All others are hosted at Blazers.

Week 1 June 19-June 23 Let’s Go Lego AGES 6-12

Construct to your hearts content with everyone’s favorite building blocks. Campers will be given creative freedom as well as interesting challenges for engineering their structures. Held at the Regence Club

Strong Start*

Be Smart, Eat Art*

Let’s make sure our youngest members get off to great start! Learn the best ways to be a Boys & Girls Club Member in order to have the most amount of fun while adjusting to a new envirnment and new people.

Paint with frosting, sculpt some edible dough and eat rainbow colored pancakes during this camp that will fill your stomach and your mind with fun, creative projects.    

AGES 6-7

Sports of All Sorts* AGES 8-12

Science Under the Sea*

AGES 9-12 Mystery abounds in the dark, deep of the ocean. Embark on a scientific exploration of the plants and animals hiding below the surface.

Week 2 June 26 - June 30 Games of All Names AGES 6-12

Tag, you’re it! Wanna play? Be the star of the playgound and park after paticipating in this five day camp. Play some familiar games and learn some new ones. Held at the Regence Club

Basketball* AGES 6-12

Half court, full court, the key and the baseline. Basketball   skills, drills and thrills for all.

Icky Sticky Gooey* AGES 6-9

Gross, what’s that?! Learn about all things disgusting: blood you can drink, snot you can feel, and all the sticky, messy slimy goop you can handle.

Center Stage! Drama & Improv* AGES 9-12

Come learn the craft of being a theater artist! Through improvisation, storytelling, and acting exercises, campers will create characters and skits to perform for an audience.

Field Trips* AGES 9-12

A different adventure every day! We will explore all the fun places Portland has to offer: parks, museums, special exhibits and more!

*Camp held at Blazers. Regence youth will be transported from Regence every day at 8:45 am.

REGENCE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

There is no “ I” in team. Learn the fundamentals of popular team sports and participate in fun, exciting competition. 

AGES 8-12

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COLUMBIA POOL SWIM TRIPS EVERY WEDNESDAY Sign up and pay at the Club. $3 per member

Week 3 July 5 - July 7 Summer Olympics! AGES 6-12

Train like an Olympian by competing in events, challenging your skills, participating in a medal ceremony, and learning the rich history of the Olympic games.

REGENCE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

Held at the Regence Club

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Animal Kingdom*

Dance it Out!*

Learn about some of our most beloved endangered animals while enjoying arts, crafts, projects, games, and more!

Campers will learn to stay positive, and set aside their worries  through the power of dance. Make up your own moves, let loose, and plan a dance party for the end of the week!

AGES 6-8

Survivor Challenge* AGES 6-12

In this camp, you will be challenged to outwit, outlast and outplay each other during this week of challenging puzzles, obstacles courses and teamwork games.

Wacky Science*

Soccer*

Engineering Fun!*

Improve your soccer technique through games, drills, and scrimmages. By the end of the week, you’ll be playing like a pro!

Rockets? Check. Catapults? Check.  Towers and Bridges? Double-Check.  A camp full of fun physics puzzles and engineering challenges to work your brain?  All systems go

Week 4 July 10 - July 14 Space Exploration AGES 6-12

Venture into the universe to learn about planets, stars, and galexies through art projects and activities. At the end of the week, you’ll be an all-around outer-space expert! Held at the Regence Club

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

Paints and Prints* AGES 6-12

Tempera paint, printing inks and watercolor crayons are just a few of the mediums that will be available to explore during this five day journey into the world of painting and printmaking.   

AGES 9-12

Can you make things rust instantly? What about taking the DNA out of fruit cells?  Learn all about the scientific method as you conduct crazy experiments with things found around your house.  Mad scientists rejoice!

AGES 9-12

Park Hoppers* AGES 6-9

Portland is full of parks to explore! This small group camp will visit hidden gems & PDX favorites. Playgrounds, fields and fountians galore!

*Camp held at Blazers. Regence youth will be transported from Regence every day at 8:45 am.


PORTLAND TIMBERS YOUTH SOCCER CAMPS – SUMMER 2017 WEEKLY CAMPS THROUGHOUT SUMMER Who: Boy and Girls, ages 5 – 13 Time: Half-Day 9am – 12 pm, Full-Day 9am – 3pm Location: Providence Park, Portland Metro Area (Hillsboro, Beaverton, SW Portland, SE Portland, NE Portland, Clackamas *Cost: Half-Day - $150, Full-Day - $200 *Costs may vary depending on field, times, dates, and locations

Special Appearances: Timber Joey, TImbers, T2, and Thorns players may make appearances at camps – depending on their schedules. Register Online: Go to Timbers.com → Youth → Camps For more information about Timbers camps, feel free to contact Youth Camps at camps@timbers.com.

REGENCE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

TIMBERS.COM | @TIMBERSFC

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FIELD TRIPS EVERY FRIDAY Sign up and pay at the Regence Club. Prices vary.

Week 5 July 17-July 21 Dinosaurs Rock! AGES 6-12

Want to learn more about the animals and minerals that existed on earth 144 million years ago? This camp will fill your brain with fun facts about fossils and prehistoric creatures.

REGENCE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

Held at the Regence Club

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Volleyball*

Let’s Go Lego*

Serve, set, spike! Learn all the techniques and teamwork skills of this popular sport in this fun camp. Did you know some of your favorite BGCP Staff actually play together on a volleyball team?

Construct to your hearts content with everyone’s favorite building blocks. Campers will be given creative freedom as well as interesting challenges for engineering their structures.

AGES 6-12

Global Explorers* AGES 6-12

Zip around the world in this camp as we explore a different culture each day through games, art, music, food and history.

AGES 6-9

Park Hoppers* AGES 9-12

Portland is full of parks to explore! This small group camp will visit hidden gems & PDX favorites. Playgrounds, fields and fountians galore!

Week 6 July 24-July 28 Bike Camp with Community Cycling Center AGES 9-12

Tour local trails, neighborhoods, and parks in dialy biking expeditions. In addition, learn about bike saftey and maintenance to be the best biker you can be! Bikes and helmets included in camp and are yours to keep after the week is over.

Flag Football

Space Exploration

Skills, drills and scrimmages fill this exciting week on the fields and in the gym. Learn the fundamentals of the game, and get ready to scrimmage!

Venture into the universe to learn about planets, stars, and galexies through art projects and activities. At the end of the week, you’ll be an all-around outer-space expert!

Clay Creations

Farm Tours

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

There are so many different kinds of clay! Experience them all while learning new skills and making some amazing art to take home. 

AGES 9-12

AGES 6-9

Visit local area farms! Explore the farming lifestyle and experience picking your own fresh fruits and veggies.

Held at the Regence Club

*Camp held at Blazers. Regence youth will be transported from Regence every day at 8:45 am.


Week 7 July 31-August 4 Comics & Cartoons AGES 6-12

Ever wonder what it takes to become a cartoonist? Do you aspire to create graphic novels? Join this camp to learn the basics for creating stories and characters through the art of drawing. Held at the Regence Club

Summer Olympics*

Dinosaurs Rock!*

Train like an Olympian by competing in events, challenging your skills, participating in a medal cereomony, and learning the rich history of the Olympic games. 

Want to learn more about the monsters and minerals that existed on earth 144 million years ago? This camp will fill your noggin with fun facts about fossils and prehistoric creatures.

Comics & Cartoons*

Farm Tours*

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-9

AGES 9-12

Ever wonder what it takes to become a cartoonist? Do you aspire to create graphic novels? Join this camp to learn the basics for creating stories and characters through the art of drawing.

Visit local area farms! Explore the farming lifestyle and experience picking your own fresh fruits and veggies.

*Camp held at Blazers. Regence youth will be transported from Regence every day at 8:45 am.

REGENCE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

ages 9-12

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Week 8 August 7-August 11 Forts & Mazes AGES 6-12

Design, build and test your own forts and mazes. The engineers of the past will inspire amazing ideas and help you understand the architecture of real structures. Held at the Regence Club

Field Trips*

Craft-O-Rama*

A different adventure every day! We will explore all the fun places Portland has to offer: parks, museums, special exhibits and more!

Your creative mind will explode with possibilites and you will celebrate all things shiny, glittery, soft and brightly colored. Make some crafts and have an amazing time.

AGES 6-9

Basketball* AGES 6-12

Half court, full court, the key and the baseline. Basketball   skills, drills and thrills for all.

AGES 6-12

Minecraft Mania!* AGES 6-12

Mine blocks of diamond, fend off creepers and endermen, and build to your heart’s content! Let your creativity run rampant in the wonderful world of Minecraft. dance party for the end of the week!

Week 9 August 14-August 18 Global Explorers

REGENCE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

AGES 6-12

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Zip around the world in this camp as we explore a different culture each day through games, art, music, food and history. Held at the Regence Club

Music Makers

Taste of Summer

Let your musical spirit run wild while exploring the basics of rhythm, tempo, sound, musical notation and more! The world is your instrument as you sing songs, drum beats and enjoy musical group games with fellow music enthusiasts!

Fresh fruits and vegetables abound in this week’s menu creations. Light, refreshing food that put you in the mood for fun in the sun!

AGES 6-9

Forts & Mazes AGES 6-12

Design, build and test your own forts and mazes. The engineers of the past will inspire amazing ideas and help you understand the architecture of real structures.

AGES 6-12

Field Trips AGES 9-12

A different adventure every day! We will explore all the fun places Portland has to offer: parks, museums, special exhibits and more!

*Camp held at Blazers. Regence youth will be transported from Regence every day at 8:45 am.


7429 N Leavitt Ave Portland, OR 97203 PH 404.316.3972

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REGENCE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

Books, Toys, & Tech for Tinkers & Makers

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WAT T L E S C L U B CAMP HOURS (M-F) 9 am-12 pm

CLUB HOURS (M-F)

Sunrise Club: 7:30-9 am Member Hours: 12-6 pm

CAMP PRICE $65 per session

CLUB PRICE

Sunrise Club: $25 per week Member Hours: Free (w/membership)

9330 SE Harold St Portland, OR 97266 (503) 775-1549

TEEN CAMPS

View page 10 for more info

CAMP INFORMATION

IMPORTANT DATES

MEALS & SNACK PROVIDED Wattles Club is proud to be a SFSP summer food site. Lunch and snack are provided for all youth at this Club

June 19 - First day of Summer July 3-4 - Club close for 4th of July holiday

August 18 - Last day for all summer program

CLOTHING Camps are structured to be active and can be messy. Children may spend time outdoors Closed toe shoes are required for all outdoor and sports camps.

SUPPLIES A water bottle, sunscreen and backpack are helpful items to send with each member. Please label each item with your member’s name.

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT To register for summer camps, visit:

www.bgcportland.org/summer.

REGISTERING Please visit our website at www.bgcportland.org to register and pay. All youth must be members of Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metropolitan Area in order to attend camps and member programming.

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BECOMING A MEMBER A Boys & Girls Club membership is just $25 per year. Visit your local Club facility and fill out a membership form. SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships are available. Please contact your local club for more details. Please apply prior to registering for camps.


Wattles Club Camps June 19-August 18 Week 1 June 19-June 23 Jump Shot

Puppet Masters

Let’s Go LEGO

Space Exploration

Set a screen, fake out your opponent, hit a jump shot and get fit. Basketball for those just starting out and for seasoned players.

Bring to life your own creative characters by constructing original puppets, and learning to operate them like a pro for the end-ofweek puppet show!

Construct to your hearts content with everyone’s favorite building blocks. Campers will be given creative freedom as well as interesting challenges for engineering their structures.

Venture into the universe to learn about planets, stars, and galaxies through art projects and activities. At the end of the week, you’ll be an all-around outerspace expert!

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

Week 2 June 26 - June 30 Clay Creations AGES 6-12

Gotta Dodge ‘Em All!

Think you have what it takes to be hero? or is mischief more your style? Find out in this action packed camp where you will play with “hulk slime”, create your own alterego, and find out what makes a hero super!

Run, jump, throw, and duck during this week-long crash course in Dodgeball. Every day, you’ll learn exciting variations of this classic gym game.

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

Forts & Mazes AGES 6-9

Design, build and test your own forts and mazes. The engineers of the past will inspire amazing ideas and help you understand the architecture of real structures.

TEEN PROGRAMS OFFERED AT WATTLES EVERY WEEK. LEARN MORE ON PAGE 10.

WATTLES BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

There are so many different kinds of clay! Experience them all while learning new skills and making some amazing art to take home. 

Super Heroes vs. Villains

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Week 3 July 5 - July 7 Taste of the Rainbow AGES 6-12

Summer Olympics

Mural Painting

What does violet taste like? Could it be blueberry pie with strawberry ice cream topped with vanilla chocolate sprinkles?  Prepare to taste the colors of the rainbow and learn your way around the kitchen. 

Train like an Olympian by competing in events, challenging your skills, participating in a medal ceremony, and learning the rich history of the Olympic games. 

Collaborate with a team to paint one, larger-than-life work of art at your Club!

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

Dungeons, Dragons, & Detectives AGES 6-12

Gather some friends, roll dice, have an adventure! Join us in this classic game of myth and magic. Create a daring and creative character, explore a fantasy world, solve puzzles and follow clues!

Week 4 July 10 - July 14 Comics & Cartoons

Field Games

Dinosaurs Rock!

Clay Creations

Ever wonder what it takes to become a cartoonist? Do you aspire to create graphic novels? Join this camp to learn the basics for creating stories and characters through the art of drawing.

Fresh air, sunshine, and games galore... what could be better? Learn to be a team player while soaking up the beautiful summertime weather.

Want to learn more about the monsters and minerals that existed on earth 144 million years ago? This camp will fill your noggin with fun facts about fossils and prehistoric creatures.

There are so many different kinds of clay! Experience them all while learning new skills and making some amazing art to take home.

WATTLES BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

AGES 6-12

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AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

CHEF SPECIAL Cooking Classes EVERY WEDNESDAY Cupcakes, fondue, cakes, pizza, cheesecake, quesadillas, sugar cookies, smoothies, dirt, and more!


Helping our community comes with the territory.

122nd & Airport Way 503-257-6511 Gresham 503-618-0939 Portland Downtown 503-224-4245 ColumbiaBank.com Member FDIC

Equal Housing Lender

WATTLES BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

Around here, “business as usual� means giving back to the community. It means leading by example. Paying it forward. And doing good, where good is needed most. Our commitment to local philanthropy is as important as our commitment to our customers.

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Week 5 July 17-July 21 How Does Your Garden Grow? AGES 6-12

Earn yourself a green thumb by mastering the art of gardening. Campers will learn the basic science of growing food and flowers.

Animal Kingdom

Games of All Names

Trail Hiking

Learn about some of our most beloved endangered animals while enjoying activities based on National Geographic’s Animal Jams.

Tag, you’re it! Wanna play? Be the star of the playground and park after participating in this five day camp. Play some familiar games and learn some new ones.

Explore the beautiful and diverse trails right here in our neighborhood!

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

Week 6 July 24-July 28 Icky, Sticky, Gooey

Dance It Out

Myths & Legends

Gross, what’s that?! Learn about all things disgusting: blood you can drink, snot you can feel, and all the sticky, messy slimy goop you can handle.

Campers will learn to stay positive, and set aside their worries  through the power of dance. Make up your own moves, let loose, and plan a dance party for the end of the week!

Dive into a world of historical imagination, exploring stories of strange customs, exotic creatures, and larger than life characters.

WATTLES BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

AGES 6-8

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AGES 6-12

AGES 9-12

Gotta Dodge ‘Em All! AGES 6-12

Run, jump, throw, and duck during this weeklong crash course in Dodgeball. Every day, you’ll learn exciting variations of this classic gym game.

Harry’s Fresh Foods will be hiring over the summer!

Come apply in person or call 503-445-9236 (Ask for Lynn or Randy) Multiple Opportunities

• • • • • • • • • •

Packaging $10.50 to $14.42 Prep Department $10.50 to $14.42 Cooks $15.91 to $18.13 Fill and Seal Machine Operators $16.27 to 18.13 Kitchen Stewards $10.50 Sanitation $13.50 to $15.90 Floaters (Must be flexible) Float for Prep, Packaging, Stewards $10.00 to $14.42 Stand-Up Reach Lift Drivers/Order Pullers $15.91 to $18.13 Quality Assurance $14.42 to $18.54 Maintenance Wage DOE

Work history information required during interview and application process. *After 90 day Trial Period each employee has the opportunity to receive a generous benefits package as part of their permanent employment offer.


Week 7 July 31-August 4

Week 8 August 7-August 11

Engineering Fun!

Music Makers

Field Games

Let’s Jam! Learn the basic of music and playing in a band. Try out guitar, piano, drums or your own singing voice! Write songs together, and express your creative potential!

Fresh air, sunshine, and games galore... what could be better? Learn to be a team player while soaking up the beautiful summertime weather.

AGES 6-12

Jumpshot Basketball

Rockets? Check. Catapults? Check.  Towers and Bridges? Double-Check.  A camp full of fun physics puzzles and engineering challenges to work your brain?  All systems go.

AGES 6-12

Be Smart, Eat Art

Learn about some of our most beloved endangered animals while enjoying activities based on National Geographic’s Animal Jams.

AGES 6-12

Paint with frosting, sculpt some edible dough and eat rainbow colored pancakes during this camp that will fill your stomach and your mind with fun, creative projects.    

Set a screen, fake out your opponent, hit a jump shot and get fit. Basketball for those just starting out and for seasoned players.

Animal Kingdom AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

Taste of the Rainbow AGES 6-12

What does violet taste like? Could it be blueberry pie with strawberry ice cream topped with vanilla chocolate sprinkles?  Prepare to taste the colors of the rainbow and learn your way around the kitchen.

AGES 6-12

Let’s Go LEGO AGES 6-12

Construct to your hearts content with everyone’s favorite building blocks. Campers will be given creative freedom as well as interesting challenges for engineering their structures.

Monster Stomp

Iron Chef

Monsters can be fun and scary. Anime, dress up, make up, comics and more! Explore monster culture and have a creepy crazy time!

Compete in teams to make the tastiest, most creative, or most insane food creation. Race against the clock with secret ingredients, guest judges, and prizes of all sorts!

AGES 6-12

AGES 6-12

Dance It Out AGES 6-12

Campers will learn to stay positive, and set aside their worries  through the power of dance. Make up your own moves, let loose, and plan a dance party for the end of the week!

Summer Olympics AGES 6-12

Train like an Olympian by competing in events, challenging your skills, participating in a medal ceremony, and learning the rich history of the Olympic games. 

WATTLES BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

Week 9 August 14-August 18

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CAMP PLANNER Fill out, tear out, put it on your fridge!

DATES

CAMP 9:00 am - noon

CLUB LOCATION

SUNRISE? 7:30 - 9 AM

NOTES

June 19 - June 23

June 26-June 30 First week at Inukai Club

July 5 - July 7

Clubs closed on July 3-4

July 10 - July 14

July 17 - July 21

July 24-July 28

July 31 - Aug. 4

Aug. 7 - Aug. 11

Aug. 14- Aug. 18

Need more than one planner? Ask your Club!


SUMMER CAMP SITES Map denotes all Clubs that have open enrollment for summer camps. School site programs, including Oak Grove, are only open to a limited number of youth and will not have open enrollment for the general public.

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BLAZERS CLUB

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REGENCE CLUB

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INUKAI FAMILY CLUB

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WATTLES CLUB

5250 NE MLK Jr. Blvd. Portland, OR 97211 503.282.8480

560 SE 3rd Ave. Hillsboro, OR 97123 503.640.4558

4430 N. Trenton Portland, OR 97203 503.853.8678

9330 SE Harold St. Portland, OR 97266 503.775.1549

www.bgcportland.org @bgcportland

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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE 8203 SE 7th Ave, Suite 100 Portland, OR 97202 503-232-0077

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