OUR CLUBS


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NORTHTOWN
CLUB

The Northtown Club is the organization's largest and oldest Club, having opened its doors in 2001 to kids ages 6 - 18 years old. A large majority of the Club's membership comes from the surrounding Northeast Spokane community neighborhood and serving up to 250 members in the building each day. It is also a key partner and member of the Hillyard Youth Collaboration which makes it possible to open its doors on Saturday to members - a unique offer amongst most Clubs across the nation.

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LISA STILES-
GYLLENHAMMER CLUB

Dedicated to a beloved Shiloh Hills Elementary School teacher who lost a courageous battle with cancer, the Lisa Stiles-Gyllenhammer Club opened its doors to kids, ages 6 - 18, in 2010. Located in the old Mead Middle School, the Lisa Stiles-Gyllenhammer Club is the second largest Club serving hundreds of kids daily. Welcoming youth from all over North Spokane County, this Club offers the same great programs with one special difference - buses from many neighboring schools end their route at the Clubhouse and therefore transportation opportunities may exist for members.

 

544 E. Providence Ave.
Spokane, WA 99207

P. 509.489.0741
F. 509.487.1464

CLUB HOURS

School Day (Monday-Thursday)
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

School Day (Friday)
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Early Release Day
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Select Saturdays
11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Non School Day
Sunrise Program ($5 fee)
7:00 am - Noon
**Registration forms available at the club and require a signature and payment. 

Drop in Hours
Noon - 6:00 pm

Winter/Spring/Summer Day Camp
7:00 am - 9:00 am: Sunrise*
9:00 am - 6:00 pm: Day Camp

Parent Orientations
Wednesdays at 5:00 pm
Please call to verify date & time

Leadership

Corey Crownhart
Club Director

509-489-0741

ccrownhart@bgcspokane.org

 

Danae Fechner
Program Support Specialist

509-489-0741

dfechner@bgcspokane.org

Transportation

The Northtown Boys & Girls Club does not provide transportation from the Spokane School District, however some transportation methods have been established with specific schools:

Longfellow Elementary

Club Staff walk with club members each day from Longfellow Elementary to the Clubhouse.

Logan Elementary

An activity bus from Logan Elementary leaves each afternoon to Longfellow Elementary. From here, club members only have one block to walk to the Clubhouse.

Garry Middle School

Mondays and Tuesday Club members can ride an activity bus to the Clubhouse. Contact Garry or Shaw Middle School to arrange transportation.

Spokane International Academy

There is a bus stop for the Academy at the front steps of the Clubhouse. Contact Spokane International Academy for more information. *Please note the Club is not open for every early release day for the Spokane International Academy.*

Learn More at the Northtown Boys & Girls Club Front Desk.

 

12509 N. Market
Mead, WA 99021

P. 509.368.9175
F. 509.487.1464

CLUB HOURS

School Day
2:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Early Release Day
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Non School Day
Sunrise Program ($5 fee)
7:00 am - Noon
**Registration forms available at the club and require a signature and payment. 

Drop in Hours
Noon - 6:00 pm

Winter/Spring/Summer Day Camp
7:00 am - 9:00 am: Sunrise*
9:00 am - 6:00 pm: Day Camp

*Sunrise Program and Day Camps

Parent Orientations
Wednesdays at 5:00 pm

 

Leadership

Connie Stark
Club Director

509-368-9175

cstark@bgcspokane.org

 

Whitney Branda
Program Support Specialist

509-368-9175

wbranda@bgcspokane.org

 

Transportation

Transportation IS available for students in the Mead 354 school district to the Lisa Stiles-Gyllenhammer Clubhouse.  Parents/Guardians should ask the office manager at his/her child’s school for information on bussing. 


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Great Futures Start Here! Clubs provide a fun, safe and constructive environment for kids and teens during out-of-school hours. For a membership fee of only $20 a year, the Clubs offer programs and services to help young people succeed in school, develop leadership skills, and maintain healthy lifestyles.