Best of luck to the players and coaches.
Thank You to all of the families who are registered to play this season!
Game schedules are available on the tab to the left, you can sort by your team!
Any outstanding payments are due prior to the first game.
If you are interested in being a sponsor please click on the sponsorship tab to the left.
Please click on the following link to sign up to cover the snack bar before, during or after your child's game.
MANDATORY BACKGROUND CHECKS for all Volunteers and Coaches at MYC
All Volunteers will need to complete background checks (state laws were updated over the summer and most people will only need to complete the two state background checks that are now available for volunteer status at no charge).
Don't Delay -- visit our Volunteer Background Check page for deadlines and more details!
The annual Media Youth Center Coaches Clinic was held Saturday, October 8th. Thanks to the 4 coaches who took time out of their day to help give back to the coaches of the Media Youth Center and other leagues. This years speakers were:
Phil Martelli - St Joe's Men's Coach
Ohmar Richburg - Penn State Brandywine Men's Coach
Larry Johnson - Penn State Brandywine Women's Coach
Mike Doyle - Penncrest High School Boys Coach
The Media Youth Center & First Lego League will once again be hosting jrFLL, FLL and FTC teams this year. Space is limited and will be made available on a first come, first serve basis.
- jrFLL is for 5 – 10 year olds and registration cost is $75 per person
- FLL is for 10 – 14 year olds and registration cost is $100 per person
- FTC is for 14 – 18 year olds and registration cost is $125 per person
For more information about FIRST Robotics, please visit the organization’s website athttp://www.usfirst.org/
The 2016 Iron Hill Brewfest, which has been a long-standing event that supports the Media Youth Center, was held on Saturday, May 14th.
The trunout was great and everyone had a fantastic time! The thinder storm held out to the last minutes of the event. The Media Youth Center thanks Iron Hill for their continued support
The event, held June 9th was a major success raising over $13,000 for the Media Youth Center. Moreover, for the 3 years Key Advisors has raised close to $50,000, all benefiting MYC.
The Media Youth Center would like to thank James Clary and the KeyAdvisors staff for their continued efforts and generous contributions. This money will help drive the Media Youth Center’s mission of providing a safe environment for youth to expand their minds, grow their bodies and have fun.
(from left) KeyAdvisors Michele Mansi, KeyAdvisors Managing Partner James Clary, MYC Basketball Coordinator Lewis Johnson, MYC President John Gamlin.
Media Youth Center Summer Camp 2016
MYCamp was held for boys and girls entering grades K to 8 in the coming school year.
The camp is based at the Youth Center and the kids used the indoor space on the second floor, gym time, and had a field trip each week, plus one day a week at Knowlton Pool or Riddlewood Swim Club.
Each week is a different theme. Here are some snapshots from the camp. See you next year!
MEDIA YOUTH CENTER OFFICE HOURS
Monday - Friday 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM; weekends vary - usually open during games and practices
You can reach the office at 610-566-5877 or at email@example.com
The vision of the Media Youth Center is to provide a wide array of constructive programs for our youth to explore and enjoy with their family, friends, and neighbors, in a safe environment.
The Media Youth Center develops in our children a healthy respect for, and service to, their community, their self-esteem, and their sense of fair play, by providing recreational programs and other learning opportunities using the people and collective resources of the extended Media community.
The Media Youth Center forbids the use of any information contained on the website for use in solicitation, promotion, messaging, or any other communication with Media Youth Center families, volunteers, staff, stakeholders, or other people engaged, active, or involved with the MYC.