Teens: 6th - 12th Grade

One Time Annual BGCA Membership Fee: $25.00

Monthly Teen Center Fee to be determined and announced soon.  

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Lane County are open to all youth 6 years-old (and have started Kindergarten) to 18 years old (and in 12th grade). Membership forms must be completed by a parent or guardian annually and dues must be paid to become a member. The Boys & Girls Club of Western Lane County membership year runs from September 1st through August 31st. After school registration begins on August 11th for the 2020-2021 school year.

TEEN PROGRAM FEE: To be determined and announced soon.

We are a private non-profit 501(c)3 agency and receive funds from sponsoring businesses, individuals, grants, service clubs, foundations, special events, and caregivers/parents/guardians. Our programs are not funded from state or federal dollars. Although we receive support from our community, our Club relies on the income from program fees in order to sustain operations and provide quality programs.

All fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.  Payment for Membership, Sports, After School and Summer Programs, or any other event, must be paid IN ADVANCE.


  • PROGRAM HOURS: To be determined. Monday – Friday
  • PROGRAM GRADES: Teens: 6th - 12th Grade
  • Must have a current membership on file ($25 annually) Payment due upon application


  • PROGRAM HOURS: To be determined. Monday – Friday
  • PROGRAM GRADES: Teens: 6th - 12th Grade
  • Must have a current membership on file ($25 annually)



SMART Girls helps girls develop toward healthy attitudes.

SMART Girls is a small-group health, fitness, prevention/education and self-esteem enhancement program designed to meet the developmental needs of girls in three age groups, spanning ages 8 to 18. Through dynamic sessions, participatory activities, field trips and mentoring opportunities with adult women, Club girls explore their own and societal attitudes and values as they build skills for eating right, staying physically fit, getting good health care and developing positive relationships with peers and adults.



Passport to Manhood encourages boys age 8 to 14 to develop and mature into young men.

Passport to Manhood represents a targeted effort to engage young boys in discussions and activities that reinforce character, leadership and positive behavior. Each participant receives a “passport” to underscore the notion that he is on a personal journey of maturation and growth. Each of the program’s 14 sessions use interactive activities to focus on a specific aspect of character and manhood. It also includes a service project where boys learn the importance of giving back to the community.



 Garden Club

Participants in this program learn about the entire gardening processes and extra food grown in the gardens is donated to local food pantries to help hungry families. 




Members learn dance techniques of various genres and rehearse for live performances at events and celebrations. 


 Culinary Arts

Teens will be inspired to continue their love of cooking and baking and you will get delicious foods for your entire family.







Air Academy 

The Florence Air Academy, led by COLs (Retired) T.F. “Sam” Spayd and Terry Tomeny, will be a two-week course teaching Boys & Girls Club members the principles of aviation and information on careers in the aviation industry. Classes will include a tour of the Coast Guard Helicopter, flying Remote Controlled planes, piloting drones, and the chance to fly one-on-one with an instructor pilot! The Academy activities will be a combination of classroom study, interspersed with hands-on activities and flight operations.




    Money Matters promotes financial responsibility and independence among Club members ages 13 to 18.

Young adults in the U.S. today are facing a perfect storm of personal and social pressures that can compromise their financial well-being: record lows in savings, record highs in student and consumer debt, increasing living costs and uncertain employment prospects. Money Matters helps young people learn financial literacy, so they can make good financial choices as adults. Participants learn how to manage a checking account, create a budget, save and invest, start small businesses and pay for college. Teens who complete Money Matters show improved financial management skills, including saving money and sticking to a budget.