And Thank you to all our supporters and partners for enabling our facility to serve Bartlesville children and families another year. We're looking forward to seeing you here often during our 66th Year of providing educational and social opportunities and activities for our community. Come out and lend your wisdom and experience to the nurturing and education of our future leaders.
For more than 60 years, the Westside Community Center has been an integral part of the Bartlesville community. We are a safe and nurturing place where people gather to laugh, listen, learn and lean on each other when necessary. Today, the Center takes the lead in opening doors for its members through educational, social, recreational and cultural activities.
The W.E. Pro$per Class of 2016-17 is in its fourth month of training!
November featured a presentation on "Goal Setting" provided by board leader Ben Onukwube and his wife Mirelle, who works for the Bartlesville Community Foundation. By next June, this class of apprentices will have 24 hours of job training provided by local business professionals. If your service or business would benefit from 100 hours of free assistance by one of these ambitious young people contact the Center by phone or email.
Become a member of the Westside Community Center and participate in the empowerment of our community and youth. Call, drop us a note, or come by the Center to find out more, or to join or renew today. Both individual and family memberships are available.
Do you want to make a difference in the future ... in our community ... right now? Volunteer at the Center! We can use your skills and talents. For information, click here.
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Our Community Advanced Study Hall (C.A.S.H.) is equipped with personal computers, laptops, e-readers and WiFi, with facilitators, to make it easy for ambitious students to pursue self-education during extra-curricular hours and school vacations: Free.
C.A.S.H. is open year round.
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Community Advanced Study Hall volunteer, Joanne Anstine, enjoys a crafting class with Jane Phillips and Kane students who get assistance completing their assignments after school. Students are provided transportation from their respective schools, as well as a hot meal, along with homework assistance.