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Children participating in the Sports Club after school program play games using a parachute with the supervision of counselor Michael Gutierrez on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Children get to choose from 5 different activities at the club. The space Sports Club utilizes on Pine Ridge road is a large enough to bring all the activities in-doors when it rains. Sports Club is a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead. Many parents, unhappy that Sports Club is not offered at their child's school, drive their kids to the nonprofit's building on Pine Ridge Road for after school supervision.

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Dania Maxwell/Staff Children participating in the Sports Club after school program play games using a parachute with the supervision of counselor Michael Gutierrez on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Children get to choose from 5 different activities at the club. The space Sports Club utilizes on Pine Ridge road is a large enough to bring all the activities in-doors when it rains. Sports Club is a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead. Many parents, unhappy that Sports Club is not offered at their child's school, drive their kids to the nonprofit's building on Pine Ridge Road for after school supervision.

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Sara Phillips, left, and Elise Richards, right, read books during a homework rotation at the Sports Club after school program on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Sports Club is a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead. Many parents, unhappy that Sports Club is not offered at their child's school, drive their kids to the nonprofit's building on Pine Ridge Road for after school supervision.
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Counselor Megan Hall, second left, assists Kynslie Akers, Casey Williams, and Bella Velazquez, left to right, with crafts while at the Sports Club after school program on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Sports Club is a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead. Sports Club started to bus students from Naples Park, Veterans Memorial and Laurel Oak elementary schools so the students can continue with program. Many parents, unhappy that Sports Club is not offered at their child's school, drive their kids to the nonprofit's building on Pine Ridge Road for after school supervision.
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Children participating in the Sports Club after school program play games using a parachute with the supervision of counselor Michael Gutierrez on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Children get to choose from 5 different activities at the club. The space Sports Club utilizes on Pine Ridge road is a large enough to bring all the activities in-doors when it rains. Sports Club is a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead. Many parents, unhappy that Sports Club is not offered at their child's school, drive their kids to the nonprofit's building on Pine Ridge Road for after school supervision.
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Ashley Singer, 10, plays ping-pong at Sports Club, a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Many parents, unhappy that Sports Club is not offered at their child's school, drive their kids to the nonprofit's building on Pine Ridge Road for after school supervision.
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Johnathan Konopik, left, and Ethan Hurst, right, complete their homework at Sports Club, a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Many parents, unhappy that Sports Club is not offered at their child's school, drive their kids to the nonprofit's building on Pine Ridge Road for after school supervision.
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Children participating in the Sports Club after school program play under a parachute on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Children get to choose from 5 different activities at the club. The space Sports Club utilizes on Pine Ridge road is a large enough to bring all the activities in-doors when it rains. Sports Club is a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead. Many parents, unhappy that Sports Club is not offered at their child's school, drive their kids to the nonprofit's building on Pine Ridge Road for after school supervision.
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Children wait their turn to enter the bounce house at Sports Club, a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Many parents, unhappy that Sports Club is not offered at their child's school, drive their kids to the nonprofit's building on Pine Ridge Road for after school supervision.
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The children participating in the Sports Club after school program get to choose from 5 different activities on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Depending on the time that their parent picks them up, they usually are able to get to 3 different activities. On rainy days, the space on Pine Ridge Road is large enough to move the outdoor activities indoors. Sports Club is a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead. Many parents, unhappy that Sports Club is not offered at their child's school, drive their kids to the nonprofit's building on Pine Ridge Road for after school supervision.
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Ashley Singer, 10, plays ping-pong at Sports Club, a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Many parents, unhappy that Sports Club is not offered at their child's school, drive their kids to the nonprofit's building on Pine Ridge Road for after school supervision.
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April Coady, left, walks her son Wyatt, right, to their car after playing at Sports Club, a nonprofit after school program that was dropped as a provider at numerous elementary school sites this year when the district opted to run in-house programs instead on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in Naples. Coady said her son has been in the program since he started school.

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