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Boundary Bounce offering Kids Club

Staff Writer | February 23, 2023 1:00 AM

THREE MILE — Kid's Club at Boundary Bounce is a safe and exciting place for young kids to be while parents run errands.

The club is not a full-time day care, rather it is a service for parents for temporary and scheduled child care ideal for a parent running errands in town or going to appointments.

Shonna Vance, co-owner of Boundary Bounce, said the Kid’s Club is willing to work with parents on time slots, but is only open for child service from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Youngsters can be dropped off for set amounts of times Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Parents are asked to call first.

Kids Club is led by Vance. A craft is typically ready and waiting for kids when they arrive, but sometimes they’d rather bounce and play on the inflatables, she said.

Crafts are used as a way for kids to practice motor skills. During snack time, kids will typically read a Bible story.

Vance said some homeschooled families bring younger kids for socialization and activities. As the club grows, she hopes to offer more educational activities.

Boundary Bounce guests are welcome to arts and crafts and read any of the children’s books available. Many of the children's books include Bible stories.

Art classes are also available on Thursdays at 4 p.m.

Kid’s Club is licensed, insured and CPR-certified. For more information, call 986-205-0193 or email boundarybounce@gmail.com

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