Healthy Lifestlyes

Healthy Lifestyles

Healthy habits curricula is designed to teach young people about the benefits of developing healthy habits such as eating smart and being physically active and equip young people with skills to adopt healthier habits by participating in fun and engaging learning activities both at the Club and at home.

Gardening Club


Gardening is a healthy fun activity for children. It develops new skills about basic science and how to grow and sustain their own food source. Gardening deepens a variety of skills such as planting, mulching, weeding, and then cooking and eating! Some of the produce ingredients that go into the meals are grown by the kids themselves and are hand picked from their gardening clubs as well food from local farms.

Athletics Program


Youth sports play an important role in teaching social, physical and emotional growth in our children.  Through our robust athletics program children can play basketball, volleyball, softball and baseball.  

Participants learn the value of teamwork, responsibility, accountability, commitment and sportsmanship while highlighting the importance of a healthy lifestyle.

Participants are also encouraged to focus on self-improvement, cooperation and support as well as respect of team members, opponents, coaches and self.   

Our athletes learn that they can set a good example for those around them both on and off the field. 

Healthy Foods Program


The Clubs provide nutritious snacks and meals for kids to support active lifestyles. Not only do we provide healthy options, we engage members in cooking to teach essential life skills. We encourage kids to explore their creativity, have fun with, and get excited about cooking. By teaching our youth the benefits of preparing healthy meals and how to do so, we are setting them up for a Great Future.


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There are plenty of activities where children get to play directly with kids their own age as well as programs that integrate all grades together. 

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