One Wiregrass organization is making sure students have a safe place to go for Spring Break.
Next week, the Boys and Girls Club of the Wirgrass is opening its doors early.
Students will get a chance to play in the game room, gym and outside.
There are also a few special activities planned like fishing and having the Dothan Police Department show off their equipment.
Program organizers are hoping this is an educational alternative to staying at home.
"We offer this during any intersession time and especially when the weather is nice kids like to get outside we try to offer a good educational and recreational program for them and it keeps them busy here," Justin Hayes, program director.
Kids can spend the day at the club for just $10.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Wirgreass are offering a Spring Break Daycare Program.
Cost will be $10 per day.
Students will be divided by age groups and have indoor and outdoor activities.
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