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Please note the website will going through some major renovations during the next few months. Thank you for your patience as we know that some of our information may be outdated. We are also working on a french version. The main page will always have the correct information. Thanks!

THE YLC WILL BE CLOSED FROM TUESDAY, AUGUST 19TH AND WILL REOPEN ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15.  YLC INFO WILL BE AT THE LOCAL SCHOOLS STARTING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND

Scroll down below to get some quick info on the YLC's programming 2014-2015!

Lost and found items for summercamp can only be picked up on Monday, August 18 between 9am and 3pm. After that, items will be donated to families in need.


Where have all the good times gone?!?!?

That's a wrap! 612 campers! Thank you parents!!!

Dear parents,

On behalf of Fr. Richard, Anna Tafuto, the coordinating and animating teams, I would like to thank you for your trust and support in giving us the opportunity to welcome your child(ren) into our camp structure! It has been a wonderful “SafeFun” summer filled with memorable moments and everlasting memories! This summer made 24 years of me being involved with camp. I am very blessed to be surrounded by “joyful noise” everyday! This last week has been a very emotional one for our camp staff as the hot days of camp are almost over. But for everyone involved here at the camps and the YLC, this is not a goodbye…but a “see you later”!!!

One of Don Bosco’s famous quotes is that “Education is a matter of the heart.”  We implement his teachings  in order to empower child(ren) to be aware that he/she is unique, appreciated, loved and that they really, really, really are awesome!!!  The YLC is your home away from home J

Please share a few words of gratitude with your animator and coordinators who have given of themselves completely and who have shared their gifts and talents for the betterment of youth today…unselfishly…especially in the wallet!!! It’s not often you hear of a young person working 40 plus hours plus but are only paid 15 or 30 hours a week. That is a true testament of their character and connection to the community! We were a staff of over 70 people…many of them once campers/teenagers in our programs. Hopefully, your child will be next!

In summary, thank you for your prayers and trust. We hope you were satisfied and happy with the summer camp experience we provided. We pride ourselves in being a “real community camp” whose main goal is the happiness of the children and not financial gain. Any “profit” goes back into the programming and activities at the non-profit Don Bosco Youth Leadership Centre’s youth program (dbylc.com). Remember, the place to be in RDP is the YLC! Check out what we do by flipping the sheet over and reading the inserts that came with this newsletter.  I know you will be pleasantly surprised by what we offer (15$ tutoring, sports, clubs and so much more!). Remember….SAFEFUN J

In friendship,  Theo “The Big Cheese” Vecera dbylc.com


 

Quick info! 

YLC programs (September 2014 to May 2015). Some low cost or many free programs! Visit dbylc.com The YLC will be publicizing through the local elementary and high schools in the middle of September. Most of our programs will be begin the week of Monday, October 6th.  The YLC doors will be opened starting Monday, September 22nd.

  • Tutoring (all ages. 15$/hr). Tutors are college and university students. Done at YLC. After school, evening and Saturday mornings.

           

  • Friday night ball hockey program for elementary (grade 3 to 6) and high school boys.

  • Friday night Girls Club. for teenagers. Discussions. Events. Workshops. Outings

  • Funky Dance program (120$ for 25 sessions. Girls only ages 4 to HS). Once a week.

  • Halloween haunted house and Don Bosco Youth Festival fundraisers!

  • “Musicpalooza” music program for high school students. Once a week.

  • Outings. Retreats. Special events. So much more!!!

  • Friday night and Saturday night babysitting services at the YLC! More info soon!

Can you help? Looking for arts and crafts supplies, updated computers, music equipment, sports equipment for our youth and teen programs at the YLC. Receipts and Charity receipts for income taxes are a possibility as well as info on our website. Please contact Theo at ylctheo@hotmail.com or Anna Tafuto at ylcanna@hotmail.com or 514-648-6421  dbylc.com


Can you support the YLC financially?

The YLC will soon begin it's sponsoring campaign and we are looking for kind and generous businesses and companies that are willing to contribute to the positive impact of young people today! You get an income tax receipt and plenty of publicity in return. Please support the youth of our community, please support the YLC. Contact Theo Vecera at ylctheo@hotmail.com or 514.648.6421 if you're interested in learning more. Your 500$+ goes a loooong way!!!




Open Monday To Thursday from 3pm to 9pm.

Come sign up anytime for all our programs! (Dance, tutoring, ball hockey, more!!!)

Click here for our YLC info guide 2013-2014

Click here for our YLC Q+A for parents

CALL US 514-648-6421 FOR MORE INFO ON ALL OUR PROGRAMS!


Want to work as a tutor?

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Click here to join our team! 15$/hr. We get the students for you. You will tutor at the YLC

For more info: Tania Romito (ylctania@hotmail.com) 514-648-6421


Click french or english for the YLC Program Info Guide

The YLC would like to acknowledge the assistance and friendship

of the City of Montreal's R.D.P Sports and Leisure department.

Our partnership is an important and needed collaboration.

We thank them for their resources and gym reservations.

French version of this website coming soon.

 

 

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