Welcome to the Woody Hall Unit

"We are what we repeatedly do.  Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit."    -- Aristotle

All Boys & Girls Club sites will be 

CLOSED August 17-21

and will resume school year hours

August 24.

Our club services youth ages 7-12.  7 year olds require proof of age, 12 year old must be going into 6th grade or below during Summer.  Membership fee is $20 per year.  Active Duty Military and Reserve dependants are FREE!  Please stop by and fill out a form or click HERE to register online!

The Woody Hall Unit provides diverse activities that meet the interests of all youth. Our activities are designed to educate, build self esteem and socialize our members with one another.


Transportation Registration for 2015-2016

School Year now open.  Click HERE for more


Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Texas announces the 2015 Jr. Youth of the Year 
Mr. James Jones - Woody Hall Unit
"To whom much is given, much is required."  Luke 12:48 


We provide Supper and Snack on

School Days for club members.  

Supper is served 3-4 pm, Snack is served 5-6pm
Be Social
The GAMES ROOM consists of air hockey, foos-ball, pool tables, and game tables, where there are many game room tournaments. There is also a VENDING AREA in which children can enjoy a snack or meal. A nutritious snack is provided during the school year; breakfast and lunch during the summer, free of charge.
Be Creative
ARTS & CRAFTS is full of amazing activities to express your creativity. Whether you draw, sculpt, paint, sew, crochet or build, there is a craft for you. There is also a Lego building station, which we like to call the "Imagination Station".
Be Smart
The EDUCATION ROOM is equipped with a state of the art computer lab and a vast library. During the school year Power Hour, a nationally based homework and tutoring program is offered. Children can receive individual help with daily assignments and earn Power Bucks to spend on incentives. Smart Moves, Smart Girls, Tutoring, Club Zoom, Money Matters, Computer Basics, and Internet Safety classes are offered as well in the education room.
Be Competitive
The ARCADE is an area of competitive fun. We offer X-Box, Game cube, PS 1&2 games to play. There are weekly Dance Dance Revolution, connect 4, checkers and racing game competitions.
Be Active
The GYMNASIUM is divided into the EAST and WEST COURTS. Sporting Events, Drop in Games, Sports Clinics, Triple Play challenges, Exercise, Low Structured Games, and Freetime are some of the activities offered.
Be A Swimmer
The NATATORIUM has an olympic sized lap pool and a smaller heated pool. Adult Water Aerobics, Swimming Lessons, Lifeguard, CPR/AED Training, and open swim for all ages are some of the activities offered. *Additional fees may be applied to activities/ programs.
Be Athletic
SPORTS The Woody Hall Unit provides youth with the opportunity to participate in instructional tackle football, cheerleading, Barracudas swim team and co-ed basketball leagues.
Youth of The Month
 Each month, we nominate one member for Youth of the Month. This member shows us that young people can be productive, responsible, and caring citizens by setting a good example for everyone. They exhibit leadership skills and are always willing to help when needed.
The Torch Club is a small group of Club members aged between 10-12 who agree upon, develop and implement their own programs and activities. Groups focus on developing the character and leadership skills of members. Torch Club members help build positive character traits and interpersonal skills among pre- teens. They are excellent role models and ambassadors for promoting character, tolerance, diversity, and inclusion among peers.                      

Current Programs

Power Hour
Power Hour: Making Minutes Count helps Club members ages 7-12 be more successful in school by providing homework help and tutoring and encouraging members to become self-directed learners.  Monday - Thursday 3:30 to 5 pm.
SMART Girls & Passport To Manhood
SMART Girls is a program is designed for young girls ages 9-12. Passport to Manhood is a program designed for young men ages 10-12. Our goal is to empower our young club members to speak up, and speak out about issues that are important to them. Several different topics will be discussed. These topics include, but are not limited to peer pressure, the media's influence on self esteem and self image, personal health and hygiene, and eating disorders just to name a few.

Similar to Stay SMART, but this program is designed to target 7-10 year olds. Topics of discussion include self esteem, character, needs vs. wants and more. Don’t miss out! Tuesdays from 5-7 pm.


A grant based, age specific program for 11-12 year olds. Our goal is to empower young people to make good decisions about drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and relationships. We will discuss topics such as the impact of mass media on society, improving self image, coping skills, friendships and community. This program will begin on December 2nd and will be held on and Thursdays from 5-7 p.m.

Beyond Broccoli
A program designed to incorporate healthy living and active learning, emphasizing good nutrition, proper portioning, regular physical activity and improving overall well-being.  Every other Thursday at 4:30.


Triple Play
A game plan for the "Mind, Body and Soul."  Educates youth about how to make healthier nutrition choices and encourages fitness and active play.


Money Matters
Money Matters promotes financial responsibility and independence among Club members by building their basic money management skills. Participants learn how to manage a checking account, budget, save and invest. Every other Monday from 4:30-5:30 pm.


Zumba-Tomic classes are rockin’, high-energy fitness-parties packed with specially choreographed, kid-friendly routines and all the music kids love, like hip-hop, reggaeton, cumbia and more.

Other Activities Also Available…
Cooking Classes
This program takes place in our full service kitchen, where members will create the finest dishes from grilled cheese sandwhiches to homemade apple pie.
Garden Club
Members learn about the importantance of our enviroment by planting and maintaining a garden.
Sewing Classes
Zumba-Tomic cl
Sign Language
Science Club
Hands on science experiments and fun that range from floating raisins, to creating goo, to powering a clock with a potato.  This program educates members about the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. 
Writing to Penpals
D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything And Read)
A National Award Winning Program that encourages members to read on a daily basis.  
Spanish Classes
Arts & Crafts

Movie Nights
Fridays starting at 5:15pm. Each week we will offer a different movie for our members to enjoy. Club members have a say in what movie to watch, by placing their requests in the movie bucket.

Sports Leagues
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Texas provides youth with the opportunity to participate in instructional Tackle Football, Cheerleading, Swim Team and Co-ed Basketball leagues.

Co-Ed Basketball League
dates Dec. 1st - 18th 3-7pm, Dec. 21st - 31st- 12-5pm
Season runs Jan. - Mar.

2nd Grade League {May not turn 9 before September 1, 2014}
3rd/4th Grade League {May not turn 11 before September 1, 2014}
5th/6th Grade League {May not turn 13 before September 1, 2014}

Tackle Football
Registration dates Aug. 3rd - 21st 12pm - 5pm,  Aug. 24th- 31st 3pm-7pm
Late Registration dates Sept. 1st - 11th 3pm-7pm

Season runs Sept.- Nov. 

Division determined by AGE and WEIGHT.

7 & 8 YR  0 - 110 + High School
9 YR 0 - 74 High School
9 YR 75 - 130 + NCAA
10 YR 0 - 110 NCAA
10 YR 111 - 150 + NFL
11 YR 0 - 89 NCAA
11 YR 90 - 150 + NFL
12 YR 0 - 150 + NFL


7-12 yrs old Register Football in August
Season runs Sept.- Nov.

Barracudas Swim Team

7-17 years old
Register in April

Swim meets during Summer

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