Potter County Boys and Girls Club has opened for its second year of operation at the Alliance Youth Barn in north Coudersport. Directors are reaching out for help from the community and from corporate and business donors. Boys and Girls Clubs provide a safe place to learn and grow; ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals; life-enhancing programs and character development experiences, hope and opportunity. A wide variety of activities are offered, from video gaming to computer programs, hobby groups, life skills, physical activities, education and career focuses, and the arts. Coudersport Alliance Church has donated the use of its youth barn and has been consistently supportive. Contributions can be dropped off or mailed to Northwest Savings Bank, 302 N. East St., Coudersport PA 16915. Checks should be made out to Boys & Girls Club of Potter County. More information is available the organization’s Facebook, titled “Boys & Girls Club of Potter County.”
Boys and Girls Club of Potter County is holding an open house on Wednesday, Oct. 24, to celebrate the importance of after-school programs. It’s scheduled for 5-7 pm at the club headquarters on Avenue A (Rubbertown), Coudersport. Those attending will see the program in action and learn insights and perspectives from students, parents, staff and volunteers. There will be refreshments available and a free-throw shooting contest.
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