As you play Freerice and answer questions correctly, banner ads from our sponsors appear on your screen. The money generated from these sponsors is then donated to the World Food Programme, who use it to help the world reach zero hunger. In the game, these donations are represented with grains of rice. The amount of … Read more
Character & Leadership
While learning to code, imitating algorithmic processes, and designing original technologies, members build key social and emotional skills like teamwork, perseverance and the ability to identify and solve problems. During the “Hour of Code” youth are exposed to computer science through accessible, drag and drop coding and games.
AMP is an innovative wellness program designed by Door County Medical Center’s Exercise Physiologist Adam Peronto to help youth become physically active. AMP is a collaborative program provided by Door County Medical Center and the Boys & Girls Club in conjunction with Bridges to Health. Providing an opportunity for Children to be active while having … Read more
This will be the polished version of the game with all the new creative ideas tested and added from last game day. The members will teach the 4th and 5th graders the improved rules as they will be invited down to play the game!
We will continue playing games but, new rules and creative ideas will be added from what the members came up with during our brainstorming session the previous game day.
Running from zombies, navigating a maze looking for keys to escape while avoiding the Crypt Keeper, solving riddles to get to the next room hoping that it will lead to the way out or, gathering up all the power ups so, you can turn the tables on the evil Grog! These games and more await … Read more
An ongoing program for this age group. We focus on recognizing our own feelings as well as those of others. How to solve simple problems with friends and what to do when the problem seems too big. We discuss the topic of bullying with the help of our Community Partners, the Sturgeon Bay police department, … Read more
Door County Civility is a community-based initiative formed in the spring of 2013 under the umbrella of the Door County Community Foundation. It’s mission is to foster and incorporate the principles of civility into the fabric of everyday life in Door County. Since we focus a lot on Kindness, Problem Solving and Conflict Resolution in … Read more
Torch Clubs are chartered, small-group leadership and service clubs for boys and girls ages 11 to 13. A Torch Club is a powerful vehicle that helps Club staff meet the special character development needs of younger adolescents at a critical stage in their life.