STEVE & CONNIE FERGUSON CRESTMONT CLUB
1111 W. 12th Street | Bloomington, IN 47404 | (812) 336-6501
2023-2024 After-School Programing Information
A 2023-2024 completed membership application is required to attend BGCB programming in the upcoming school year.
Please note that the Club is closed for the first week of public school at each of our locations (July 31st - August 4th for the Lincoln Street & Ferguson Crestmont Units serving MCCSC and our Ellettsville Unit serving RBBCSC). Please allow for a 24-hour processing of membership before your child's first day of attendance.
HOW DOES MY CHILD BECOME A MEMBER OF THE FERGUSON CRESTMONT UNIT?
All membership applications need to be completed on the MyClubHub parent portal. If you are a new member or a returning member without a MyClubHub account, you can start a MyClubHub account by visiting bgcbloomington.force.com and clicking the “Need a Login?” link. Please use the primary email you have on file with us to match with your previous membership information. You will be able to fill out the membership application once you have a MyClubHub account. Make sure to create the MyClubHub account AND register for membership by clicking “Browse Memberships” on the parent portal landing page. If you already have an account and want to access the membership pages click here.
PLEASE NOTE: There is a 24-hour waiting period from the time a completed membership form is turned in before the member is allowed to begin attending the Club. You will receive a welcome email with the parent handbook.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT SCHOOLS DOES THE FERGUSON CRESTMONT CLUB SERVE?
Schools Served: Fairview, Arlington, Marlin, Tri-North, and Bloomington High School North
Transportation by MCCSC from school to the Club is available from Fairview, Arlington, Marlin and Bloomington North at this time.
We are walking distance from Tri-North and provide bus transportation upon request.
HOW OLD DOES MY CHILD HAVE TO BE?
Ages: 5-18 years olds meeting our eligibility requirements.
WHAT IS THE ANNUAL FEE FOR MY CHILD TO ATTEND?
WHEN CAN KIDS ATTEND THE CLUB?
After-School Hours: 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. | Monday – Friday
Break Camp Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Summer Camp Hours: 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | Monday – Friday
Drop-In Hours (offered break & summer camp days): 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Registration is required for all attendance options. Camp programs require an additional fee.
2023-2024 BGCB Calendar
WHERE IS THE FERGUSON CRESTMONT CLUB LOCATED?
1111 W. 12th Street | Bloomington, IN | 47404
HOW DO I CONTACT THE CLUB?
Membership Desk: (812) 287-7423
Unit Director: LaTonya Benson| firstname.lastname@example.org
You won’t find a better organization in Bloomington that cares about kids from all walks of life. The Club creates programming for children that promote self-respect, education, and community service while providing a foundation for kids to prepare them for their futures.
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The original Crestmont Boys & Girls Club opened in 1990 to serve kids in the Crestmont Public Housing neighborhood located near Tri-North Middle School. The Club formerly operated in one of the duplex units in the Bloomington Housing Authority. With nearly 40 children in attendance each day at the original location, the Club was simply no longer large enough to serve the 240+ kids who live in the Bloomington Housing Authority – not to mention the nearly 700 kids who lived within a 10-minute walk from the Club’s former location.
So, it was time to expand – and expand we did! Thanks to overwhelming community support with donations through the
BIG Futures Capital Campaign, the Steve & Connie Ferguson Crestmont Club opened its doors in September 2017!
This state-of-the-art facility – which can house 200+ kids each day – includes an extensive library, technology lab complete with multiple computer stations, large art studio, ample space for the Teen Club, an entertainment room, teaching kitchen, cafeteria, full-size gymnasium with six basketball goals…plus so much more!
Additionally, the Club features extensive world-class programs covering areas of Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, Good Character and Active Citizenship.