The Kroc Center is committed to building a strong community, and that starts with educating the adults of tomorrow. The Kroc's youth programs combine developmental learning, mentorship, team building and more in a fun atmosphere where kids will feel comfortable learning, being active and making new friends.
Please note: dates and times of activities are subject to change.
For more information regarding youth education opportunities
please call 217-231-5658 or 217-231-5667.
MIDLAND MUSIC INSTITUTE
per camp | $300 value
Register by Friday, May 8
Space is limited. Late registration fee is $50 per camp.
Late registration only available if space permits and must be accompanied with special permission. Call Jakin at 217.231.5667 for more information.
Bring all immunization records, insurance card, and payment.
Children with medication or food allergies will require a doctor's signature.
Week 1 May 26-29
Week 2 June 1-5
Week 3 June 8-12
Week 4 June 15-19
Week 5 June 22-26
Week 6 June/July 29-3
Week 7 July 6-10
Week 8 July 13-17
Week 9 July 20-24
Week 10 July 27-31
Week 11 August 3-7
Week 12 August 10-14
SUMMER 2020 DATES
2020 KEN BIGELOW KID'S DAY
Swimming • Row Boating • Fishing • Hiking
Quincy Noon Kiwanis Club and The Salvation Army have partnered together for a FREE summer outing. Join us for swimming, row boating, fishing, hiking, a cookout, and more!
$5 refundable deposit due at time of registration.
For ages 5-12 years.
Meet at The Kroc Center
Depart 11am | Return 5:30pm.
Calling all youth interested in enriching your days and being a part of an unforgettable experience!
Counselors in training will receive all of the benefits that come with the program as well as hands-on training, mentoring, and leadership development.
VOLUNTEERING & CAMP CHAPERONES
Need more information?
Volunteers are always needed.
Opportunities include K.R.O.C. Kids, Camp Mihaska, Camp Saukenauk.
Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer for any of The Salvation Army Kroc Center activities, camps, etc. must be 18 years of age or older.
In addition, volunteers will need to attend
a Safe From Harm training.
We worship, study, and seek to share Jesus’ love together. Build character, relationships and learn the importance of morality.
Afternoon Prelude | 2:30-4pm
After-school fun, filled with snack, gym, games, and singing all leading up to our exciting character building programs. Children learn about God while enjoying these various rotations and preparing for special Singing Company performances.
Grades Pre K–12 • Various Rooms
Moonbeams | 4-5pm
Children learn to help others, do their best, be kind and good, and grow more like Jesus while earning emblems that teach a variety of new talents.
Boys & Girls Grades Pre K–Kindergarten
Girls develop skills and talents that reflect the love of God in order to grow into strong, ambitious and capable young ladies that display honesty, kindness, courage and knowledge so they can do what is right.
Girls Grades 1–5 • Bluffs Rooms
Adventure Corps: Explorers
Boys explore God's Word and God's world, while developing new skills, talents, and habits that earn them emblems and prepare them for an adventure with Christ.
Boys, Grades 1–5 • Meadows Rooms
Girl Guards | 5:30-7pm
Young women develop skills and talents to grow spiritually, mentally, physically and socially while earning emblems for their accomplishments.
Young Women Grades 6–12 • Bluffs A
Adventure Corps: Rangers
Young men go through a series of achievement awards and levels that help to develop their individuality and potential physically, mentally, spiritually, and socially.
Young Men, Grades 6–12 • Bluffs B
Dive into a digital after-school learning program that empowers children and communities with meaningful and critical life-skills. These engaging, dynamic, and interactive online courses tackle a variety of key points.
All learning courses contain:
• Engaging content with real-world applications.
• Guided activities that reinforce knowledge and skills.
• Personalized learning and interactive gaming simulations.
For more than 45 years, Search Institute of Minneapolis, MN has studied adolescent development and its connection to community change. The framework of 40 Developmental Assets was first published in 1997.
The 40 Developmental Assets serve as the foundational framework for all Kroc programs. Outcomes are based on building assets successfully in young people, and our evaluation plan – Getting to Outcomes, the Thrive Report – demonstrates asset building across program categories to show the performance of The Kroc Center as a whole.
Each day, dozens of classes are offered for all ages, interests and abilities. Find the right class for you today! LEARN MORE ABOUT KROC CLASSES
The Program Guide is the place to look for a variety of one-day and weekly classes. All classes are open to the public.
Look inside for:
• Painting Classes
• Swim Lessons
• School's Out Camps
• Personal Training
• Martial Arts
• Group Fitness Classes
View the Class Schedule for easy-to-read schedules of all group exercise classes–both on land, and in water!
All drop-in fitness and aquatic classes are FREE to Gold Members.
THE SALVATION ARMY RAY & JOAN
KROC CORPS COMMUNITY CENTER