Monday Jun 22 2009 comments Up in the club By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A Lights, camera, action. Rhys Lucena-Jones directs his own movie in the digital arts class at the Boys and Girls Club. The class taught by Daniel Patterson will have kids make their own movies and teach them Internet safety as well. A stage surrounded with grass provides more areas for kids to play or just hang out. A center court yard acts as the common meeting place to organize the next activities for the kids at the club. Armed with digital cameras, kids are ready to learn and produce their own movies through the digital arts class. Pictured left to right are Dayanara Campos, Mary Riggins and Emma Accacian. One of the biggest upgrades at the new Boys and Girls Club is the gym, giving kids like Chris McDonell, 11, a separate area for recreation. Boys and Girls Club staff member Nevada Inocencio slaps high-five with Giovanni Moreno, 9, in the choir room of the club's new facility Monday afternoon. Nevada knows the importance of being a role model for kids at the The Boys and Girls Club, because he was once a member while growing up. The front entrance of the new Auburn Boys and Girls Club on Lincoln Way in Downtown Auburn. Possibly the best part of the new Boys and Girls Club location is the gym located right next to the club's main building.