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Reviewed June 26, 2015
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What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
$45 for one week of summer day camp for one kid, valid at following locations ($80 value)
- Apache Junction
- North Tempe
- Queen Creek
$57 for one week of summer day camp for one kid, valid at the following locations ($100 value)
$17 for one week of summer day camp for one kid, valid at the Sacaton and Komatke locations ($50 value)
From May 26 through July 31, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley run summer camps where kids can participate in everything from swimming and sports clinics to reading programs and field trips. All locations provide lunch, and some provide breakfast.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 14, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 8 per person. Limit 1 Groupon per child. Not valid for members that have already used a Groupon. New clients only. Valid only for option purchased. Registration required; subject to availability. Valid for ages 6-12 years. Extra $25 annual membership fee and registration paperwork required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley
A safe space. That's what Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley give to more than 36,000 kids each year. But along with keeping kids out of harm's way after school lets out, the Boys & Girls Clubs enrich children's lives though their programs. Kids get creative in arts classes, learn social interaction and fitness skills in sports programs, and prepare for the future with technology courses that ensure they won't buy stock in companies that only produce floppy discs.
The Boys & Girls Clubs impact kids beyond afterschool care. In addition to the East Valley clubs having the first Arizona club to serve a Native American community, the clubs' Ladmo branch has Mona Dixon, who was named National Youth of the Year for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America in 2010.
Her path of success, encouraged by the Boys & Girls Clubs, led her from a girl homeless and worried about her family's survival to a young woman with a full ride to college and named one of the Top 28 Most Influential Black Women in America by Essence magazine.