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Organization: Boys and Girls Clubs of Thunder Bay  
Phone Numbers: 807-623-0354
Fax: 807-622-5000
Email: tbbgc@tbaytel.net
Website: www.tbayboysandgirlsclub.org
Address:
270 Windsor St
Thunder Bay, ON
P7B 1V6
Intersection: Windsor St and Junot Ave S
Location: North Ward
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Office: Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm
School Year 2016-2017, Sep 12-Jun 30: Mon-Thu (All ages) 2:45 pm-5:30 pm, Mon-Thu 6:30 pm-8:30 pm (Grades 1-2 leave at 8 pm - no JK or SK students) * Fri 2:45 pm-8 pm (JK to Grade 12)
PA Days: 8 am-5 pm (Registered Program
Executives: Albert Aiello - Executive Director
807-623-0354 ext 112
Contacts: Lee Ann Skirving - Program Director
807-623-0354 ext 111 * laskirving@tbaytel.net
Bill Nicholson - Windsor Facility Manager
807-623-0354 ext 115 * bnicholson@tbaytel.net
Service Description: Enhances the quality of life for children and youth through community-based social, recreational, educational, health, and counselling services

Located at Windsor St near Junot Ave S

  • Enhances the quality of life for children and youth through community-based social, recreational, educational, health, and counselling services
  • Promotes self-determination and a sense of belonging and appreciation
  • Provides opportunity for volunteer and seasonal employment
  • Host Site for the Good Food Box program
  • Offers birthday party rentals
  • Offers Safe Arrival walking service from Algonquin and Pius X schools
  • Provides After School Care shuttle service from Five Mile school

  • Programs
    • Recreational: soccer, baseball, floor hockey, gym games, climbing programs, snowboarding, and skiing
    • Educational: study skills program, world of science, cooking class, arts and crafts, computers
    • Camping, swimming, outings in the summer, dance and fitness classes
    • Breakfast Club at various schools
    • Satellite Outreach at various schools
    • Achieve Program (Tutoring)
    • Homework Help

    Community Access Program
    • Provides individuals with public access to the Internet and the skills they need to use it effectively
    • Plays a crucial role in bridging the digital divide
    • Contributes to the foundation for electronic access to government services
    • Encourages online learning and literacy
    • Fosters the development of community based infrastructure
    • Promotes Canadian e-commerce

    Services and Programs:

    Fees: Membership - Annual, Individuals, Families
    Application:
    • All programs require that a membership form be filled out each year
    • Call or visit the website for more information
    Eligibility - Population(s) Served:
    • Main Club: children and youth 4-18 yrs of age
    • Summer Program: children 5-18 yrs of age
    Age: 4.00 - 18.00 years
    Languages: English
    Area(s) Served: Thunder Bay City
    See Also: Fitness Centres and Programs

    This information was last completely updated on November 17, 2016

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