Monthly Archives: November 2018

Community Club Visits ECHO

By |2018-11-29T20:05:24+00:00November 28th, 2018|Activities at BSAC (All-Stars), Activities at Kingswood|

Students in the BSAC Community Club brought their collected canned goods to ECHO of Brandon. This project was very successful as students learned about fundraising and giving to others in need. We would like to thank everyone who donated to make this possible! A whopping 739.8 pounds of food was donated, which will help 37 families put dinner on their table. Students learned the importance of other non-profit organizations that provide critical resources to our community, and they are eager to begin their next project! Click here for more photos:

Welcome Brenda – BSAC Member Services Director

By |2018-12-17T14:42:00+00:00November 27th, 2018|Aquatics, BSAC Childcare, BSAC Community, BSAC Family, BSAC Members, BSAC News, Featured, Staff|

We would like to welcome our new Membership Services Director, Brenda Bening! She joined the BSAC family in October, bringing many years of customer service and management experience. Brenda has quickly become a familiar face in our lobby as she works hard learning the ins and outs of our organization.

“I’m still learning my new role, but my goal is to push the mission of BSAC,” said Brenda. “I want every family to know they’re part of the BSAC family. Whether it’s their first visit or 100th visit, I want them to

Arts & Crafts – Do You Wanna Make A Snowman?

By |2018-11-29T19:30:06+00:00November 27th, 2018|Activities at BSAC (All-Stars)|

After-school students make a Floridian snowman by using cotton balls, paper, felt, and glue! The children loved pulling apart the soft, fluffy cotton to make their very own fuzzy friend. This easy craft was very popular – click for more photos!

 

LivyO’s Thanksgiving Field Trip

By |2018-11-26T15:19:22+00:00November 20th, 2018|Activities at BSAC (All-Stars)|

Students prepared for Thanksgiving dinner by learning proper etiquette, how to set a table, and how to cook tasty dishes the whole family will enjoy. LivyO’s Catering engaged the children by encouraging open discussions and participation in meal preparations. This field trip was a great opportunity for students to become more comfortable in the kitchen, and we look forward to the next culinary experience at LivyO’s! Click for more photos.