Thanks to a partnership between the Boys & Girls Clubs of Mid Central Coast and the city of Guadalupe, the newly renovated community center at LeRoy Park is now the Ron Estabillo Clubhouse.
This is the third Boys & Girls Club clubhouse operating in Guadalupe. The Memorandum of Understanding between the two organizations allows for the Boys & Girls Club to occupy the building and run its out-of-school programs to serve Guadalupe children ages 6-18.
The community is invited to attend a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting for the Ron Estabillo Clubhouse, 5:30-7:30 p.m, Feb. 24. There will be refreshments, activities and tours of the facility.
The clubhouse is now open and continues to take sign-ups for kids who need safe, high-quality out-of-school care.
Local youth can enjoy the Power Hour, a daily homework help program offered at all Boys & Girls Clubs worldwide, a soccer league, foosball and bumper pool tournaments, a pins league, and the National Fine Arts Program with national curriculum produced by Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Club members benefit from the mentorship and caring provided by the trained youth development professionals who staff the club daily.
The Ron Estabillo Clubhouse will be led by Daisy Perez, a 17-year veteran of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Mid Central Coast.
Sign ups can be done now online by visiting www.centralcoastkids.org/join.
Families needing help signing up, can visit the clubhouse at LeRoy Park in Guadalupe, during service hours, 1-6 p.m.
An annual membership fee for each child is $50, but scholarships are available. No child will ever be turned away because of lack of ability to pay.
For more, email Kelly White O’Neill, email@example.com or call 805-354-7433.