Jacob Grant Community Center and Richmond Hill Teen Center

Jacob Grant Community Center and Richmond Hill Teen Center
185 Ballpark Road in Richmond Hill 
  • Open Monday-Friday, 10:00-6:00pm and For Special Events
  • Two Program Components:  Community Center and Teen Center
  • Center Director:  Amanda Younger
  • Programming is free, open to the community
  • Teen programming is free, open to youth 11-18
  • Outside of building, utilities, and staff (provided by Bryan County Board of Commissioners), operate primarily on donations  

Community Center Programming

  • Provided 10:00am-2:30pm
  • Host community groups –including Senior Citizens Center, Mommy and Me support groups, Girl Scouts, Youth Works, and SD Gunner Fund
  • Host Homeschool Co-op on Monday and Thursday—20 Families participate
  • Narcotics Anonymous meet Monday and Saturday evenings
  • Host Children’s Clothing Exchange
  • Lending Library

Richmond Hill Teen Center Programming

  • Provided 2:30pm-6:00pm
  • 68 registered Middle and High School students (Not necessarily all there at same time)
  • Primarily serve 11-14 year old youth – Partner with School System to have designated bus drop-off site
  • Partner with agencies to provide after-school programming, including 4-H, Warnell Forestry Center, Cooking Matters by Open Hand Atlanta, and Toastmasters International
  • Other activities include Art Club, Lego Club, Movie Nights, Star Wars Club, Book Club,
  • Volunteers teach sewing, public speaking, leadership, creative writing, and other skills
  • Summer Lunch served during summer months