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CALLING ALL ELVES!!!
The Yorktown Teen Center could use your help…we need giftwrapping supplies. Our YTC elves will be busy wrapping holiday gifts for JV Mall shoppers. We are in need of gift paper, gift, bags, bows, ribbons and tape. We appreciate all your donations and wish you a happy, healthy holiday season! For your information, below is our schedule. If you would like to volunteer for an hour or two, please follow this link and fill out the form.


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December 19 5pm-10pm
December 20 5pm-10pm
December 21 5pm-10pm
December 22 5pm-10pm
December 23 9am-3pm
December 24 9am-10pm

Thank you.

    
PARENTS AND MEMBERS PLEASE READ:    
Our Open Door policy states that 6 & 7th graders will not be allowed to leave the Center once it gets dark, unless they are leaving to go home. And that 8th graders must sign out and back in each time they leave the premises unless they are going home for the evening. 
THE YORKTOWN TEEN CENTER IS OPEN!

Wednesdays and Thursdays 3:30 to 6:30

Fridays 3:30 to 9:30

Please complete our membership form. Both the parent/guardian and the Teen attending the Center must sign the application.   Center is open to all 6th – 12th graders in and around the Yorktown area. 

*Application and membership fees are waived for members who are now High School Seniors.

 Membership forms are available at the YTC.  

Our mission is to provide safe, positive, enriching, fun, supervised programs for teens.

Open to 6th to 12th graders:

  • Access to our lounge to have a safe place to go in town.
  • Supervised use of gym and lounge.
  • Homework help.
  • Community Service opportunities.
  • Adult supervision.

We expect our teens to act in a safe, responsible and respectful manner.

We were named 2013 Organization of the Year by the Yorktown Chamber of Commerce

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YTC Board of Directors (pictured above from left to right):

Samuel Matsa, Perry Matsa, Michael Montaruli, Melissa Montaruli, Adriana Beaudreault, Aaron Bock, Katherine Quinn, Mary Rossetti, Nicole Fasce (Program Director), Lisa Rapping, Judy Arnold, and Sonia Gitner

 

Perry Matsa, Aaron Bock and Samuel Matsa from the Yorktown Teen Center are pictured with George Troyano, the President and Publisher of The Journal News/lohud.com, during a Gannett Foundation Grant ceremony in White Plains, Feb. 17, 2016.

Perry Matsa, Aaron Bock and Samuel Matsa from the Yorktown Teen Center are pictured with George Troyano, the President and Publisher of The Journal News/lohud.com, during a Gannett Foundation Grant ceremony in White Plains, Feb. 17, 2016.

 

 

 

 

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FIRST FRIDAYS CAFE

 

Open Gym

OPEN GYM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR PARTY

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GOOD FRIENDS, GOOD TIMES!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CANDY MAKING WORKSHOP

CANDY MAKING WORKSHOP