What’s Happening?


~Beautiful You and Real Steel make a comeback!!!

These are special programs that are “girls only” and “boys only” for members 4th grade and above. They will meet once a month.


~It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas~

PLAY: This is a program where members will work on a short holiday play to be performed at a later time.


Original Youngsters: Members work on a variety of holiday songs to sing and dance to, coordinated by a former member of Tipton HS’s Young Originals. In the past, this program has performed at the Tipton County Foundation and for community members at the Boys & Girls Club.


***8th Annual Gala***

Community Members enjoy a cocktail hour and formal dinner, as well as a silent and live auction to raise funds for the Boys & Girls Club of Tipton. This year, the Gala will also be in celebration of our 25th Anniversary and the retirement of Richard (Dick) Parker.


What Happened?


~Members passed out flyers as they walked in support of the Club at the Pork Festival parade.


~30 members made and tested paper rockets in our STEM program. They had fun with a purpose!


~Members earned points for their teams and each week a team as well as overall winner in both age groups were awarded prizes in Color Wars.   Members who are a part of our 21 CCLC program are participating in all sorts of programs for a quality experience at the Club. They are learning that GREAT FUTURES START HERE!

Special Dates


October 2nd -18th:

Registration and Payment period for Fall Break


October 25th-27th:

Fall Break: We will be open 7:30-5:30 each day.

**This is a pre-register and pre-pay program.**       Participants must have membership and payment turned in by 10/18 to   register.


October 26th:

Friendly Fright Night: Creepy Carnival 6:00-8:00


October 31st:

Halloween activities. Check Facebook and other information sources for more info coming soon.


~Keystone Club will be sponsoring their first event on Tuesday, October 17th during Teen Tuesday.


**Teen Scene will be on Friday, October 13th. Sign up and pay $5 to reserve a spot to visit a Haunted House at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum.


~Beginning this month, members 6th grade and older will have multiple ways to volunteer around the Club and track their time. If your member is mature and looking to be a part of the CIT program or gain experience for job and college applications, this is a great opportunity.