PROFILE: St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club


St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club has many hard working locations that provide a nurturing environment where kids can be their unique selves in a safe place. A home away from home, St. Alban’s is a place where kids can laugh, dance, have fun and make new friends!

Girl Power! These girls have great dance moves.

Children are placed into groups based on their age in order to provide them with activities that keep them engaged. A variety of activities are available each day such as: arts and crafts, games in the classrooms, watching movies, sports and more. Although the campers’ favourite seems to be dance!

Everyone’s favourite hobby at St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club is dancing!

Surrounded by strong role models with a philosophy based on acceptance and friendship, the atmosphere of the camp is stress free and exciting! Campers know that when they come to St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club fun and friendships await them.


FOY Staff:
FOY Staff: Zechariah S, Nevada F, Zamora D, Omari A and Tiandra T


St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club

Charles E. Webster – 1900 Keele St, North York, ON M6M 3X7
York Humber– 100 Emmett Ave

July 3rd – August 11th

7 years old – 14 years old

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  1. ?Wonderful, truly wonderful!

    Peace, Joy, Hope, Charity, Appreciation and Humility, Steve De Quintal Teacher, St. Mary Catholic Academy, 66 Dufferin Park Ave. Toronto, Ontario M6H-1J6. 416-393-5528 ext. 84293 “that they may have life and have it the full.” “There were many dark moments when my faith in humanity was sorely tested, but I would not and could not give myself up to despair. In that way lay defeat and death.” – Nelson Mandela ***You can always email but a call or a visit will get a quicker response*** ________________________________

  2. Working for St. Alban’s Boys and Girls club was an amazing experience. The kids made this opportunity worthwhile! I will never forgetting dancing with the 8-9 year olds, especially when Rolex started to play in our classroom. The kids would love playing with my hair, daring me in a game of basketball, doing mini “bestie” handshakes, and even playing the hardest iphone game ever….. “guess the passcode”. The staff that I worked with were pretty chill as well and allowed me to be myself. This was a great experience and I’m glad that I was placed here.

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