Boys and Girls Club of Gananoque Finally Opens

Boys and girls from age 4 to 12 years old can now have more reasons to smile after class because Gananoque’s Boys and Girls Club has finally opened its doors after being held up for months on end due to the H1N1 flu virus’ persistent presence in Gananoque. In fact, had it not been for this, children would have started enjoying the facility, which is located in the Linklater School’s Room 18 at Stone Street, since the 21st of September.

Luckily, now that the H1N1 shots have been mobilize all over Canada, the organizers and the general population, especially the parents of children, are better at least with spending more time out and about with the new club being one of the destinations to be after school because it opens from 3PM-6PM on Mondays till Fridays.

The Boys and Girls Club of Gananoque is made possible by everyone who have supported the Linklater School, our very own Town of Gananoque, and the United Way of Leeds and Greenville. Thanks to everyone behind these organizations (including all the locals of course being part of the town of Gananoque), children now have more activities to think of even after school is done on weekdays.

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