Auburn/Lewiston Clubhouse

Since 1995, the Auburn/Lewiston Clubhouse has offered after-school programs for children and teens, ages 7-18. The Boys & Girls Club provides a safe environment for young people to learn, build character and be with friends after school and during the summer. With an annual membership to the Clubs, members can enjoy the learning center for homework assistance, the art room to create something exciting, get active in the Club's gymnasium, and enjoy a nutritious snack each day.

Membership Fee
$5 per year. No boy or girl is turned away if unable to pay
the fee.
How to Register
Please complete a membership application (by clicking Member Application below), and return it to the Clubhouse.
Clubhouse: (207) 782-2446
Address: 43 Second Street, Auburn

After School Programs
Monday - Friday, 2:00 - 8:00pm
Grades 6 or below: 2:00 - 6:00pm
Open Wednesdays at 11:30am for Early Release in Auburn

Haunted HELLO-ween!
Saturday, Oct. 29th
11am - 3pm
co-sponsored by the United New Auburn Association

Small Group Programs 
Power Hour homework help
Cooking Club
Harry Potter Science Club
Photography Club  
Surprise Club
Book Clubs
Passport to Manhood
Art Projects
Annual Pool Competition
Hiking Trips
Torch Club
Keystone Club
Money Matters
+ much more!
Who Operates Our Clubs?
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Maine (BGCSM) is a non-profit organization incorporated under the laws of Maine. BGCSM subscribes to the philosophies and principles of Boys & Girls Clubs of America and is an accredited member. However, BGCSM is privately owned, governed and operated by a local Board of Directors composed of leading and dedicated community leaders. 

Clubhouse:(207) 782-2446
Address: 43 Second Street, Auburn (see Locations for map)

For More Information
Please contact Unit Director Maura Moody or Program Director Joyce Campbell, or call the Clubhouse. 

The Club picks up each day from these schools (subject to change):

Farwell Elementary
Geiger Elementary
Martel Elementary
Montello Elementary

Fairview Elementary on Wednesdays for Early Release days.  Sherwood, Walton, Edward Little + Auburn Middle Schools have a bus that drops off at the Club.

Academic Success

Programs that help Club members graduate from high school ready for collage, trade school, military or employment.

Good Character + Citizenship

Programs that help Club members be engaged citizens involved in the community, register to vote and model strong character.

Healthy Lifesyles

Programs that help Club members adopt a healthy diet, practice healthy lifestyle choices and make a lifelong commitment to fitness.
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