"Believe in your infinite potential.

Your only limitations are those you set upon yourself."

- Anonymous

Fun and Recreation
All recreational activities at The Vault are free to junior high and high school students which include:
  • Gaga Ball
  • Mini Bowling
  • Ping Pong and Pool
  • Foosball and Air Hockey
  • Checkers and Chess
  • Retro Gaming and Wii
  • Board Games
  • Shuffleboard
  • Carpetball
  • Giant Connect Four
  • Karaoke
  • Prize Vault
*Special community events such as concerts may require a low-cost cover fee.*
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Educational and Enrichment Classes
Educational and enrichment classes are offered during the school year and career camps are offered in the summer to give students the opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in different areas and career fields. Classes are taught by local professionals and are provided through partnerships with various businesses and community groups such as 4-H, Clinton YMCA, Ted's Garage,
TS Institute, and Vespasian Warner Library. 
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Examples of classes include:
  • Yoga and Art
  • Skilled Trades
  • Medical/CPR Training
  • Culinary Arts
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance and Business
  • Law Enforcement
  • Animal Science
  • Computer Science 
  • Golden Gears Café business and leadership training
Golden Gears Café
The Golden Gears Café is a student-run café which offers free and low-cost snacks, drinks, and desserts. Since it is a student-run café, it also provides students with the opportunity to learn skills in culinary arts, marketing, customer service, business, and leadership. 
Our menu includes teen favorites such as:
  • Chicken Strips & Chips
  • Chicken & Waffles
  • Pizza Rolls
  • Pretzels
  • Nachos
  • Ice Cream Sandwiches
  • Milk Shakes
  • Old-Fashioned Soda and Soft Drinks
  • Boba Tea, Boba Scream, and Cup o' Boba
  • Various free snacks such as fresh fruit, chips, granola bars, popcorn, fruit snacks, cookies, etc.
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Community Service
Students are encouraged to give back to the community through acts of service. 
These opportunities include:
  • Monthly Serve Days (making hand-warmers for the homeless, making twiddle muffs for Alzheimer's patients, creating charcoal drawings, writing notes to send to our soldiers overseas, and decorating cookies at Christmastime for local families who have lost loved ones, etc.)
  • Helping at various local agencies and organizations such as The Friendship Center, Liberty Village Assisted Living, and "Celebrate Clinton"
  • Helping individuals in the community (moving furniture and doing yard work)
  • Providing a "cooling station" for refreshments and children's activities during the annual Apple and Pork Festival in Clinton
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Student Ambassador Program
This program is an opportunity for junior high and high school teens to embody The Vault's purpose through leadership and kindness, not only within The Vault but in the community and in their schools, as well. 
Responsibilities include:
  • Planning and participating in Student Ambassador Leadership meetings
  • Acting as role models, mentors, and tutors for their peers
  • Assisting with special events and programs
  • Helping with fundraisers, community needs, and workdays, as needed
  • Reporting at Vault Board meetings
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