City launches new after-school program

Fain, Kimberly
August 2006
Burnet Bulletin (Texas);8/9/2006, Vol. 134 Issue 32, p10A
The article reports on the launch of the Teaching Academic Curriculum to Kids Through Leisure and Exercise after-school care for children program at the Galloway Hammond Recreation Center in Burnet, Texas. It will offer homework assistance, snacks and supervised recreational activities such as swimming and outdoor games. Details for registering in the program is provided.


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