Phyllis Baker, ProCare's facility manager says, "We expect our members to come in but if that's all we expect, than that's not good enough."
It includes a little bit of everything.
"It's a little bit of a nutrition component, exercise component, community service and also friendship based, "says Baker.
It's meant to teach kids to work as a team at times and get along with the group that you are with - whether that's playing tennis or helping each other navigate through an obstacle course. They also teach the right way to exercise and get fit.
It's for kids three years old and up to teens - where there is a special emphasis put on building self esteem.
As Baker explains, "We try to show them the right way, you know all foods fit, to like yourself when you wake up in the morning, when you look at yourself in the mirror and then we can build on that."
You don't have to be a member of ProCare to get into these Healthy Kids Club. It's set to start back up this fall as school begins. Head here for ProCare and all of the kid-friendly activities they have available.