TreeHouse Kids Program Builds Character and Skills for Children in Grady & Caddo Counties
The Salvation Army of Grady & Caddo Counties is proud to offer a weekly youth program that focuses on character building for children in our community. Our new TreeHouse Kids Program is designed to teach children to be Built for Life & Rooted in Christ.
As part of the program, we also offer an Arts & Music Program (known as AMP). This program includes beginner band for Grades 3 and up, "boomwhackers" for Pre-K through 2nd grade, as well as singing company, drama, and art. These activities not only provide a fun and engaging way for children to learn about Christ but also teach them important life skills that will help prepare them for the future.
"We believe in providing children with a safe and appropriate environment where they can learn and grow," said Lt. Crystal McFarland, Corps Officer for The Salvation Army of Chickasha. "In the fall, we even held an etiquette class to teach them about proper table manners and setting tables."
Currently, the Treehouse Kids Program is "traveling around the world" to learn about different cultures, and we are excited to announce that our big family night will be on May 9th, where the children will showcase what they have learned and perform for their families.
At The Salvation Army, we are dedicated to helping children develop strong values and skills that will last a lifetime. We believe that by providing them with a solid foundation in Christ and important life skills, we can help them achieve their full potential and become responsible, contributing members of society.
We invite all children in the community to join us for TreeHouse Kids and AMP, and we encourage parents to get involved and support their children's growth and development. Together, we can build a brighter future for our children and our community.