The Tioga County Boys and Girls Club is working with the Owego Apalachin Central School District to provide more after-school opportunities for children.

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The school district and Boys and Girls Club are kicking off a new program that opens the club facilities on Eire Street in Owego to students in grades three to six weekdays from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Registered students can play on the playground, participate in organized Club activities, get help with their school work, get creative in the arts & crafts room, heat up a game of pool, ping-pong or air hockey or just settle back and read a book.  Snacks are also provided.

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Parents can sign their children up online by October 29 for the programs that begin November 8.

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