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Executive Director

Wanda Newton


Franklin Square Club

215 N. Calhoun Street

Baltimore, MD 21223

(410) 728-4888

Glen Burnie Club

511 S. Crain Highway

Glen Burnie, MD 21060

(410) 768-0477

Middle River Club

1400 Fuselage Avenue

Baltimore, MD 21220

(410) 682-2450

The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs

The programs at the Boys and Girls Club enrich the lives of young people. The club serves children from economically challenged and culturally disadvantaged families improving their health, welfare, and quality of life. It offers them an opportunity to interact with other youth in a structured and supervised environment. Many of the children attending the club have few alternatives for their free time when they are not in school. Each of the three Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs work collectively with families, schools, and outside agencies to provide Baltimore Area at-risk youth, ages 6 to 18, provide youth with fun educational, recreational, cultural, and technological experiences - helping them to build new friendships, learn new skills, and explore their own talents and strengths. The Clubs' various programs and activities are designed to prepare at-risk youth for a successful transition into adulthood. On-site libraries and computer labs help foster academic achievement, while on-going group activities such as sports teams, job training, healthcare and leadership workshops help to promote teamwork, healthy lifestyle choices, and community involvement.

Club programs include, but are not limited to:

Power Hour, a daily requirement for all youth attending the clubs, offers daily tutoring and homework help;

Smart Girls, focuses on pregnancy prevention and family education; it emphasizes how to be smart women in our society;

Passport to Manhood, focuses on helping boys become responsible men

Smart Moves, is a coeducational program that focuses on drug & alcohol education;

Athletics including basketball, golf instruction and practice, touch football kickball;

An array of Educational, technological, arts, and crafts activities;

Functional living skills such as sewing, buying foods at the grocery store, nutrition, and understanding the value of money;

Drama, dance, and other theatrical performance activities

Community Outreach that includes dinners and social events for the parents and general community as well as community service in the neighborhood (i.e. cleaning up the local park)

A wireless Computer Lab;

Kids in Control, a program that teaches children responsibility;

A Teen Room; Gang Prevention Programs;

Board games, billiards, table tennis, and table hockey;

Athletic activities that include a basketball team, golf team, hit-pitch-and-run, track camp, and others

Informal rap sessions with children and teens where participants can feel safe about sharing their questions and experiences;

Field trips to museums, the zoo, thematic and recreational parks, the circus; Disney on Ice; Towson State University Track meets, films, and sport tournaments;

Day camp hours are available during the Summer months.


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