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Boys & Girls Club to host spring break day camp

The Boys & Girls Club of Central Wyoming's 'School’s Out, Club’s In' spring break day camp will provide kids of all ages with opportunities for learning and fun while school's out.

Boys and Girls Club of Central Wyoming (Tommy Culkin, Oil City News)

CASPER, Wyo. — Casper-area students in grades K–12 are invited to spend spring break at the Boys and Girls Club of Central Wyoming. During the holiday week, March 27–31, the club will host its “School’s Out, Club’s In” spring break camp.

Attendees will be able to enjoy fun and engaging activities, field trips, learning enrichment sports, recreational games and more.

“School’s Out, Club’s In” will take place at the main branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Wyoming, located at 1701 East K St., from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. A healthy morning and afternoon snack and lunch will be provided each day.

“’School’s Out, Club’s In’ is a great opportunity for kids to continue their learning while having a lot of fun during the day,” club vice president of operations Derek DeBoer said.

The cost is $10 per day, with a yearly $10 Club membership.

People can learn more about the club’s programs at the club on its website. For more information, people can contact Cheryl Hackett at 307-235-4079 or bgccw.org.