After-school programs impact both children and parents, allowing kids to benefit from homework help, literacy-building and tutoring, as well as enjoy a nutritious snack or meal while socializing with their peers. At the same time, parents are able to enjoy peace of mind at their jobs, knowing their children are safe and well cared for after school is dismissed.
Dance and art classes, choir, instrumental lessons and various sports programs offer children and teens the opportunity to learn discipline and responsibility, grow their teamwork and leadership skills, feed their creativity, strengthen their bodies, and develop interpersonal skills, plus make friends and benefit from the positive influence of adult mentors and leaders.
Day camps and overnight summer camps offer an appealing array of physical activities like swimming and archery that help kids stay physically active while exploring God's world, along with educational activities like art and music that keep their minds engaged. Learn more about the Gene Eppley Camp near Bellevue, Nebraska, and the Black Hills Camp near Rapid City, South Dakota.
Character-building programs include Moonbeams, Sunbeams, Explorers, Rangers and Girl Guards. These programs offer children and teens in pre-K through 12th grade the opportunity to develop strong communication and leadership skills, grow their minds, and explore God's Word, all while having fun and connecting with their peers.
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