We are an artS program which encompasses all of the arts. Our classes are separated by age groups. We have 5-9 school age children, 10-12 pre-teens and then 13-17 are our teenage group.
We work to make our city beautiful. Taking the scraps we find on the streets from, wood, tires, metal, any and everything.
Pictured here are the mountain of tires we collected and painted white in order to add colorful designs later.
Voice, Music, and piano Production
Pictured here is Good News Tyler (Jordan Tyler) a rap artist who came out to our club.
* They get a chance to act-out in a positive encouraging way as a learning tool
Christmas play from 2015. "No Vacancies at the Manger INN"
Pictured here are members of the praise dance team, we incorporate all forms of dance.
Fine art learning is a way to teach artistic skills in conjunction with some academic material. Fine art will teach and help improve learning through drawing and painting, how to transfer learning in and through the arts to other disciplines and creating an understanding of human behavior, thinking, potential, and learning especially through the close observation of works of art and various forms of involvement in arts experiences. They will learn color mixing and design techniques.
Pictured here is world famous light-weight champion, Mia St. John and her daughter who came and spoke with the children about depression with a lesson in painting.
Can You Hear Me..? Mentoring Classes
Round table discussions about life and
Pictured here is our school age children with their mentor instructor.
No information is shared or discussed outside of this class by staff or club members.
We have an amazing volunteer staff of mentors, pastors, and ministers. We offer group and one-on-one mentoring to the children and their families. We also have resources for the families in regards to housing assistance, drug and alcohol treatment centers, shelters, food banks, family resource center, job training, free clinics, etc.
Our mentor-ship program consist of the older youth assisting the younger youth in areas such as homework, etiquette, and how to act accordingly.