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CAMBA Beacon 271 at the John M. Coleman Campus

1137 Herkimer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11233
T: (718) 345 – 5904 F: (718) 345 – 6306

Program Summary: Beacon 271 is a hub for youth, adults and families to access integrated and comprehensive services, including:

• An after-school program for elementary and middle school youth
as well as a summer camp for middle school- and elementary
school-aged youth. Evening activities include “Books and
Basketball,” drumline, martial arts, GED prep and computer cafe
• A Saturday program featuring an award-winning
archery program, along with other offerings for the
community: meetings, health fairs and other special events

Eligibility: Grades K-12 and Adults
Referrals Accepted: Yes

This program is funded by the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development.

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