Empowering young people to support their Club and community, sustain relationships, develop a positive self-image and respect others.
Giving kids a safe haven to learn and to dream is the first priority. Providing opportunities and activities to enhance their education and explore career aspirations helps them meet their potential.
Creating a sense of self-respect by caring for their bodies, living healthy, setting goals, and making good decisions when faced with challenging choices.
Cultivating self-expression, creativity and multicultural appreciation through an array of visual, performing, literary and digital arts.
Developing a passion for fitness and recreation as a way to be healthy, relieve stress and create a sense of teamwork and sportsmanship.
The Logan Square Club was founded in the old Shakespeare Police Station in 1948 and moved to its present location, an old synagogue building in 1955. The Club serves residents of the Logan Square, Avondale and Humboldt Park communities.
The Club is a place where I can speak my mind. In the Club, I talk to the staff about almost anything: my problems with my family and even problems with them. The Club means a lot to me, and I don’t know who I would be without the Club today.