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Mount Kisco Boys/Girls Club Helps Decorate Doors

The Teen Center's decorated door represents the start of a great future at the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester in Mount Kisco.
The Teen Center's decorated door represents the start of a great future at the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester in Mount Kisco. Photo Credit: Boys & Girls Club Blog
The seventh-graders' decorated door shows some of the fun activities that Boys & Girls Club offers.
The seventh-graders' decorated door shows some of the fun activities that Boys & Girls Club offers. Photo Credit: Boys & Girls Club Blog
Sixth-graders show their team spirit with the saying "We Take the Flight Together."
Sixth-graders show their team spirit with the saying "We Take the Flight Together." Photo Credit: Boys & Girls Club Blog
Fifth-graders designed their Blue Door to represent their spirit for Boys & Girls Club.
Fifth-graders designed their Blue Door to represent their spirit for Boys & Girls Club. Photo Credit: Boys & Girls Club Blog
Fourth-graders show that every future begins with dreams through their decorated door.
Fourth-graders show that every future begins with dreams through their decorated door. Photo Credit: Boys & Girls Club Blog
Third-graders show their spirit for Boys & Girls Club by making their door a representation of the pool table.
Third-graders show their spirit for Boys & Girls Club by making their door a representation of the pool table. Photo Credit: Boys & Girls Club Blog
Second-graders made their door a shining light for positive thoughts and sayings.
Second-graders made their door a shining light for positive thoughts and sayings. Photo Credit: Boys & Girls Club Blog
First-graders paint their hands and decorate their door with Boys & Girls Club's motto.
First-graders paint their hands and decorate their door with Boys & Girls Club's motto. Photo Credit: Boys & Girls Club Blog
Kindergartners designed their door with a curtain and fingerpaints to represent their spirit and love for the club.
Kindergartners designed their door with a curtain and fingerpaints to represent their spirit and love for the club. Photo Credit: Boys & Girls Club Blog

MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- The spirit of the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester was in full force in its Blue Door Contest, which allowed children in each after-school program to design their own doors. 

Grades kindergarten through seven and the teen center participated in the contest.