Programs

Please complete and return the attached form to register for Neighbors For Kids’ programs: NFKYouthRegistration-2013

Through the help of our partners and staff, Neighbors For Kids is able to provide programs for all school age children throughout the year. Check out our Kids Zone, Summer Camp, and Teen Center below:

Coordinated Approach To Child Health – CATCH!

During the long, dreary rainy season on the Oregon Coast, it is easy to lose track of our fitness priorities.  So many of the physical activities Left Coasters indulge in to stay fit and healthy are suited for the outdoors, and the weather just doesn’t allow for these opportunities much of the year. Fortunately, Neighbors For …

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Time to plant the garden

Neighbors For Kids Community Garden

The community garden is an element of the My Health, My Life Project, an ongoing program at Neighbors For Kids designed to help prevent childhood obesity, teach and encourage healthy lifestyle choices, and engage children in daily fitness and sports. Children have hands-on work in the garden and learn about sustainable organic gardening, the benefits …

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The Killer Whales Rowing Club

“Killer Whales” on the water again in 2014 The Killer Whales Rowing Club was re-launched this year in the Depoe Bay Harbor.  Thanks to a grant from the Oregon State Marine Board for new rowing skiffs, and to the time and energy of our dedicated volunteers, Beanie Robison and Board Member Liz Martin, the boats “shoved …

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Kids Zone After-School Program

The Kids Zone is one of the most unique after-school enrichment programs in the nation. We serve children from the Lincoln County School District in grades K-12. Our programs include free USDA meals for all participants (a full supper during the school year and snack and lunch during the summer). To register a child for Kids …

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Summer Camp

NFK Registration Form  

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Teen Center

Teens are discussing “Hot Topics” on Thursdays at Kids Zone! Each week Kids Zone teens open a discussion of a new topic pertinent to their experiences and connection to their world. After brief discussion and optional writing prompts, the students have 15 minutes of quiet writing time to address the issue under discussion personally in a casual environment …

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