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Chesterton High School swim team brings workout to new Duneland Boys & Girls Club

Written by Chronicle Staff. Posted in Community News & People in the News

Published on July 05, 2017 with No Comments

Chesterton High School Swim Team is all smiles after a workout on the new Duneland Boys & Girls Club’s Rock Climbing Wall.

Chesterton High School’s Swim Team took their sport training beyond the school pool by bringing their “land conditioning” to the new Duneland Boys & Girls Club! The new Club boasts an Exergaming Studio which blends physical activity with technology, providing a different type of exercising and conditioning for the team sport. In addition, the swim team incorporated the Club’s new rock wall as part of their workout routine for the day. The high school swim team also met with and spent time with Club members.

“Our Duneland Club truly is for the community,” states Ron Ranta, club director of Duneland Boys & Girls Club. “One of our priority outcomes is to help young people develop healthy lifestyles, whether they are a Club member or not. I am proud that our Club offers the type of equipment that Chesterton High School’s swim team finds useful to ensure their upcoming season is successful. I hope more school and community groups take advantage of what our Club offers for the residents of Chesterton.”

If interested in learning more about Duneland Boys & Girls Club’s programs and activity space, contact Ron Ranta by calling (219) 926-9770 or emailing rranta@bgcpoco.org.

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County:

Opening doors to GREAT FUTURES for Porter County’s youth since 1971, our mission is to inspire and enable the youth of our communities to realize their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens. Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County operates four Club locations in Chesterton, Portage, South Haven and Valparaiso; manages a Club in Culver, Indiana; and houses before and after-school childcare programs, known as Kidstop, in nine school locations throughout three school districts. Clubs are open after school and provide a great place for youth in grades K-12 to meet friends and have fun while in a safe, supervised environment. When school is out, our Clubs are in! Clubs are open during holidays and in the summer. For information on membership, volunteer opportunities, please contact your local Club, call (219) 464-7282 or visit bgcpoco.org. Great Futures Start HERE.

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