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EYC Grand Opening in 2016
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Escalon Youth Center Wall Art
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Pastor Jim and Brenda Davis at Escalon Youth Center's Grand Opening in August 2016
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Pastor Jim Davis standing in front of the future site of Escalon Youth Center
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Panoramic View of EYC
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Escalon Youth Center (Inside)
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Volunteers are Needed

It takes a lot of volunteers each week to keep the EYC running.  We always need adult volunteers to help with manning the snack bar, monitoring students, and cleaning up each weekday.  

Volunteers are required to complete the following:
• Volunteer Application Form
• Background Check (Fingerprinting)

• Provide names and information for personal reference checks​

• Review and sign Trinity Church’s Children’s/Youth Protection Policy
• Online Mandated Reporter Training (admin-level)
• A brief interview

If you are interested in volunteering at Escalon Youth Center, please contact Brenda Davis at 209.495.3861 to start the application and background check process.

EYC Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 2016
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Outside View of the Escalon Youth Center
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Students enjoying EYC
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Demolition of the old Escalon Motel in July 2015 (future site of EYC)
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Pastor Arney & Dana Corbin and Pastor Jim & Brenda Davis - Demolition Day / July 2015
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Demolition of the old Escalon Motel in July 2015 (future site of EYC)
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ESCALON YOUTH CENTER

Located at:

1328 Escalon Avenue, Escalon, California

The Escalon Youth Center is a safe place for teenagers in Escalon. It is available for students in middle school and high school, and is open Monday through Friday during lunch and after school.  Closing time is typically 6:00 PM.

 

Escalon Youth Center is set up with pool tables, a ping pong table, gaming systems, couches and chairs where students can hang out and be comfortable, corn hole boards, some musical instruments, sets of bistro tables, and so much more.  All of this is FREE for students.  There is no charge for entry.  The youth center does not require students to check in and out. They are welcome to come and go as they please.

A simple snack bar is also available for students to purchase beverages, packaged snacks, and a few heated food items.

Nathan Haley serves at the youth center's on-site manager.  He has served in this capacity since November 2021.  Todd O'Neill was the youth center manager before him, serving from its opening in August 2016 until summer of 2021. We have a number of volunteers who come in to work the snack bar, help with projects, and supervise students.  A good number of them are senior citizens from our church and the community who want to make themselves available and impact the lives of students in our town.  We always have room for more adult volunteers.

Escalon Youth Center is owned by Trinity Church, which manages this site as a ministry to the town of Escalon.  It is funded by members of Trinity Church, many other churches in town, local clubs, as well as by personal donations.  We are blessed to have many people partner with us.  These generous donations keep this ministry up and running.

Donations

Donations for the Escalon Youth Center must be made payable to TRINITY CHURCH.  Please note "EYC" or "Escalon Youth Center" on the memo line to be sure your contribution goes directly to the youth center account. 

 

Donations can be hand-delivered to Trinity Church's office (1900 California Street, Escalon) or EYC (1328 Escalon Avenue, Escalon). 

 

If you wish to mail your donation, please mail it to:

Trinity Church

Attention: EYC

1900 California Street

Escalon, CA 95320

The Backstory of Escalon Youth Center

THIS PORTION OF OUR WEBSITE IS STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION. 

PLEASE VISIT US AGAIN SOON FOR THE BACKSTORY OF THE ESCALON YOUTH CENTER.

The Escalon Youth Center is a story of redemption.  Every part of it was orchestrated by God.  It started with a dream that God dropped in the heart of Pastor Jim Davis in September of 2013.  Pastor Jim said that God showed him a mental picture of the old Escalon Motel and He revealed that it was to be used for ministry to students in our community - a safe place for them to hang out and be mentored.