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Moseley Center

Frequently Asked Questions
Who can attend the Moseley Center Boys & Girls Club in Garden City this summer?

Any incoming 1st through 12th grade child for the 2017-18 school year may enroll until we have reached capacity.

Where can I go to get more information about the Club?

You can visit www.adaclubs.org to get information regarding the Boys & Girls Club as well as access our Parent Portal for establishing or renewing memberships and adding services.

How much does a membership cost and when does the summer program operate?

The cost of a summer membership at the Moseley Center Boys & Girls Club is $25 for our general operating hours while space exists!  The program runs from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday from 6/5/17 to 8/11/17.  We are closed on July 4th.  We have extended care options available for a 10-week summer fee of $294, extending our hours of operation from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm.  You can register online through the parent portal once you have attended a new member orientation or have a returning member to the Club.

What do I do if I cannot afford a membership for my child?

The Boys & Girls Club is designed to be affordable to all families. However, if you have a need for financial assistance, contact Noel Bolduc at the information provided. No child will be denied a general membership due to inability to pay and scholarship funds may exist to help with the cost of extended care.

Noel Bolduc
Unit Director
Moseley Center Boys & Girls Club
(208) 376-4960
Noel@adaclubs.org
Office Hours: 9:30 am-5:30pm Monday-Friday

Can I enroll my child up before going to an orientation?

No, you must attend an orientation before enrolling any new members. The only exception is if an older child has already attended a previous summer or at another Ada County Club. Other Clubs from around the state or nation do not count. We do recommend that all members attend an orientation at new sites since each location is unique, but it is not a requirement for renewing members.

Can my child with special needs attend the program?

As long as your child is able to abide by the Club rules and can function in a large group setting, he or she may attend. We do not turn any members away, and continued membership is based upon the child’s ability to abide by our member code of conduct and follow the four Club rules.

I heard that the Club is only for low-income families. Is that true?

The Boys & Girls Club is open to children from all backgrounds. While it is affordable for low income families, it is not limited to a specific income bracket. We welcome all members to attend without qualification!

I heard that the Club staff members are all teenagers. Is that true?

The majority of our staff members are current college students or graduates who have a passion for working with youth and who are CPR/First Aid certified and trained to professionally manage large groups of children. We value professionalism and seek to hire individuals who have a well-rounded sense of responsibility and integrity, and who are mature enough to work in a professional setting. We DO have a small number of youth who volunteer their time, but they are never responsible for the supervision of members, and function only as a support to our paid staff.

How can I get involved in the Club?

There are many ways to get involved! Donations are always welcome, as are volunteers and opportunities for our kids to get involved in the community. Please visit our website or reach out to Noel Bolduc at the information provided below if you would like more information on being involved with the Club or have any further questions!

Noel Bolduc
Unit Director
Moseley Center Boys & Girls Club
(208) 639-3173
Noel@adaclubs.org
Office Hours: 9:30 am-5:30pm Monday-Friday

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