We have operated the Community Center in Michigan City since 1966 offering available to senior citizens includes:
· A hot nutritious lunch
· Meeting friends and neighbors
· A place to conduct community meetings
· Computer Classes
· Rental of Center available to the general public
· Summer Youth Program
· Information about activities such as health screenings, trips, and other available services
1702 E. Michigan Blvd
· Lillian Sherrod-Young-Center Program Manager
· Before/after school and summer youth programs
· Summer Youth Recreation/Education Program
Rental of Center available to general public
RECENT CENTER ACTIVITY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
NCCAA is excited to announce our Kids Summer Camp is now in session! Children ages 6-14 can enjoy the summer at the North Central Community Action Agencies Summer Camp. This year we will have the regular coordinated activities, such as the library trips, nutrition sessions, swimming and arts and crafts.
We will also have the usual "Family Pizza and Bingo Night", "The Family Chicken Dinner, Awards and Talent Show Night" and of course the "End of Summer Bowling Trip". Breakfast and Lunch will be provided through the Michigan City Area School District. Each Camper will need to bring a snack for the afternoon break. Campers will be divided into appropriate age groups. Parents and Guardians are welcome to join us at Camp.
The Summer Camp will run 6 weeks beginning June 11- July 20, 2018.
CAMP IS FREE! For more information please call Mary Smith (219) 873-7099.
2018 NCCAA Spring Break Program for the Kiddies ages 6-14 was a total success! We had a Great turn out. Spring Break was April 2-6, 2018 from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The Children played math games, vocabulary games, creative thinking games, puzzles and much more! The Kiddos received a generous donation that included a variety of snacks such as: Fruit, juice, cookies, muffins, crackers, bottled water and more.
Spring Break 2018
The after-school program, “The Benefits of Active Learning,” at the Emmet Wise Community Center ran from 2/5/18 and concluded on 3/7/18. The program was funded in part by the LaPorte County Unity Foundation. The program was well-attended by the 17 registered students, of the 17 attending, 15 had perfect attendance and the other two had only one absence each. This is very encouraging considering the many other activities the youth are involved with. The curriculum used was “More Activities That Teach” by: Tom Jackson, M.Ed. Some of the lessons and activities presented in the curriculum involved Critical Thinking, Decision-Making and more. We had one activity that the topic area was “Problem Solving.” The lesson to the youth is to have the ability to visualize a problem and create a solution, which are not innate abilities within many of our youth. Working with a partner to verbalize ideas and make decisions regarding problems are skills that must be developed in our youth. The “Method” used were to “design” & “build” a “raft” in 7 minutes using straws and masking tape and see if it would float with pennies added on to it. They had to “decide” and “agree” on how many pennies they could add and have the raft still float. The Wise Center has projects on display of some of the activities that was part of the curriculum. Four volunteers assisted the staff during the program. Also, the youth enjoyed the meals served during the program and the incentives given at the end of the program.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM FEBRUARY 2018
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301 Grant Avenue
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