History

Building a Child-Centered Campus

January 1, 2000:

The Club opened its doors to a 3,000-square-foot Center for the Arts. Divided into a visual arts space and a performing arts space, the building also houses the largest kitchen on campus. This expansion of the main campus allowed the organization to merge the East Flat Rock unit into the Green Meadows facility. Annual membership surged to more than 500, with a uniquely balanced distribution of African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Caucasian and Native American youth.

1998-99:

The Club operated a satellite unit in an old school annex building in East Flat Rock, expanding the Club’s reach into other parts of Henderson County.

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