a coco christmas

Children at the LeMoyne Multicultural Community Center earned Coco bucks to spend on small trinkets for Christmas gifts for their family members and friends

camp challenge

Students participating in Camp Challenge at LeMoyne Multicultural Community Center in Washington perform for their friends and family at the end of camp.

HOMEWORK AND MORE

Students receive help on homework assignments and access to educational, sport and recreational programs. A six-week Track and Field Program was one of our big successes: Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and former University of Pittsburgh Running Back, Roger Kingdom states, "If you can reach these young kids and get them inspired, it gives them an alternative to being led by the wrong crowd."Kingdom, who is now head track and field coach at California University of Pennsylvania, hosted the introduction of the LeMoyne Community Center's six-week track and field program, taught by volunteers.

"These kids showing up here are our future. We have to take care of them or we don't have a future."

Washington County Police Chief James Blyth

inter-generational programs

a measure of success

The LeMoyne Community Center recognizes the need for youth to have a positive outlet for their energy and creativity, and it is largely due to Camp Challenge that the local crime rate has declined.Positive outcomes achieved by the Center will continue to be evaluated by a number of factors, including the number of participants it serves daily and annually. Washington County school districts have agreed to provide report cards each period for every student who attends the Center. Those statistics will be used as a concrete metric to determine student progress and to develop current and future programming.

American girl

Girls in this program will read a book around which they will follow a curriculum, including making meals from the corresponding culture & era and arranging a theater show of the plot.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

These are the videos that were created by some our students in our broadcasting class. The class was taught by Mr. Chris Moore formally from WQED who challenged the youth to put together their own advertsiments based on the classes provided at the Lemoyne Center. The students used their own phone cameras, chose their own topics, and had the initative to finish their projects in a short period of time for the 2016 Black History Month Program.

Our Mission:

The Lemoyne Community Center is developing, shaping, defining, and stabilizing our community with education, arts, health, and recreational programs.