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Save $100 on Girl Scout Camp Foxtail Registration

Save $100 on Girl Scout Camp Foxtail Registration

It’s your summer, love it!

Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada is offering special anniversary pricing on Camp Foxtail registration as a celebration of 100 years of Girl Scouting. Save $100 on resident summer camp with session prices ranging from $50 to $295.

Camp Foxtail is located in the cool in the cool Spring Mountain Range, just 45 minutes from Las Vegas.

Summer sessions run through August 17 and a 10-day pre-registration is required.  Registration is available at girlscoutsnv.org.

Boys & Girls Clubs Offer Summer Programs for All Ages

Boys & Girls Clubs Offer Summer Programs for All Ages

School is over for most kids, which leaves a lot of parents wondering how to occupy their time during the summer.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Henderson is offering several options for parents at a reasonable price. There are clubs and partner programs around the Las Vegas Valley, from Southern Highlands to North Las Vegas.

The summer program has specially designed activities for all ages, from 5 to 18 years old. The hours at most locations are from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Most locations start their summer programs Monday and continue through Friday, August 24. Registration is open throughout the summer. It is either $10 or $20 per child depending on the age of the children. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. No child will be turned away for an inability to pay.

School Police to Host Forum on Teen Drug Use

School Police to Host Forum on Teen Drug Use

 

The Clark County School District Police are hosting a community forum about current drug trends.

The forum starts at 7 p.m. Thursday at the small theater on the Valley High School campus, 2839 Burnham Avenue. The forum is the second of five hosted by the school police, focusing on talking to parents about trends in drug use by teens.

There will also be a chance for people at the event to ask questions and share experiences. Doors to the school will open at 6 p.m.  

Upcoming Children's Shows Spoof Fairytales

Upcoming Children's Shows Spoof Fairytales

 

“Teatime with Fairytale Royalty” will be the next production show put on by the students of East Career & Technical Academy.

The children’s show contains a pair of one-act plays, as well as audience interaction and snacks. Both plays spoof traditional fairytales. Shows take place at 2 p.m. March 22, 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. March 23, and noon March 24.

General admission tickets cost $8 and reserved seating can be purchased for $12 before March 15, and both include a meal along with the show. Some tickets will be available at the door. Tickets can be purchased at the East Tech Main Office, 6705 E. Vegas Valley.

Teen Leaders to be Honored at Boys & Girls Club Event

Teen Leaders to be Honored at Boys & Girls Club Event

 

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Las Vegas will hold its second Steak & Burger Event at 6 p.m. March 8.

This event will showcase the Youth of the Year nominees from Boys & Girls Clubs of Las Vegas. Youth of the Year is the premier recognition program for club members, promoting service to club, community and family; academic success; strong moral character; life goals; poise; and public speaking ability.

Teens are seated with adults to enjoy a dinner of steaks for the teens and burgers for the adults. The event is an opportunity for teens to learn networking skills, etiquette and interaction with positive role models.

Engelstad Clubhouse Teens Design Exclusive Justin Bieber T-Shirt

Engelstad Clubhouse Teens Design Exclusive Justin Bieber T-Shirt

 

The kids win a special prize for their design.

Erika, Andrea and Jazmin, members of the Ralph & Betty Engelstad Boys & Girls Club, were named winners of the “Justin Bieber T-Shirt Contest” sponsored by Madame Tussaud’s and Kirvin Doak Communications.

Read more at The Boys and Girls Club blog

Bored Kids Have Plenty of Choices in Southern Nevada

Bored Kids Have Plenty of Choices in Southern Nevada

Throughout the valley, kids with time on their hands during winter break can find fun.

"I'm bored. What are we doing today?"

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal