Have Fun, Come Hang!
Monday - Friday | 2 - 6pm
No School & Early Dismissal | 12 - 6pm
Closed Weekends, Federal Holidays & PACAF Family Days
next door to Anderson-Crawford Elementary School & across the street from Ben Eielson Jr/Sr High School
CYPBMS is a Department of Defense (DoD) information system. It is designed for parents to have one account, Air Force wide, with an easy transistion from installation to installation. This parent account will be used for all registration and payment processing for all Child & Youth Programs (CYP).
New users, please call our front desk staff for details on creating an account in CYPBMS prior to logging in to the Parent Portal.
Parents must create a CYPBMS account to register through the Parent Portal. Please call for current, monthly class dates & times.
A fusion of graceful ballet movements and energetic hip-hop dance, offers diverse dance styles for creative expression.
Bond with your child while they explore basic gymnastics skills, fostering motor development and parent-child connections. Open to those walking through 4 years old. Parents are required to participate.
Open to boys age 6 and older with Coach Jocelyn to develop strength, coordination, and flexibility through gymnastic exercises.
Torch Club gives youth, ages 9-13, the opportunity to develop their leadership skills through service to their Youth Center and community. Torch Club members learn to work together to plan and implement activities in four areas: education, health and fitness, service to club and community, and social recreation.
Air Force Teen Council is a network of teens from AF bases around the Midwest working to resolve issues and voice teen concerns to the highest levels of AF leadership on behalf of teens locally and worldwide.
Keystone is Boys & Girls Club of America’s (BGCA) premiere teen character and leadership program. The program helps develop good character and positive leadership skills for young members ages 14 to 18. Teens learn the value of good citizenship and community service and are encouraged to participate in activities in four key focus areas: community service, academic success, career preparation and teen outreach.
Develops teens’ leadership skills through experiences in and out of the club. This leadership development program includes hands-on activities, exploring topics such as identity, passion, personal branding, voice, teamwork, goal setting, as well as activities to prepare them for the Youth of the Year selection process.
Each year, one deserving teen will be selected to represent Eielson AFB as their Military Youth of the Year. The Youth of the Year will then be able to compete against other military bases at Regionals for a chance at additional scholarships.