Timber Bay

Brooklyn Center

Community Group

About Our Group

Are you concerned about your teen? Navigating life is already a challenge without the setbacks many of us face during this key stage of life.

Timber Bay in Brooklyn Center mentors and provides programs for Middle School students, High School students, and parents year round. This is accomplished during the school year in our after school programs and during the summer months at our camp, on out of town trips, and in-town social events.

How to join:Reach out to Wayne Thyren, Area Director, if your student would like to join us.

Contact Person : Wayne Thyren
Email: [email protected] // Call/text: 612-720-2896

Connection Point

When/What:

Monday

  • Large Group 10 - 12th grade

Tuesday

  • Large group 6 - 9th grade
  • Cooking Class

Wednesday

  • DJ Club
  • Open Gym

Thursday

  • Topgolf
  • Music Lessons

Events & Trips

Take a weekend retreat with us throughout the year to Timber Bay Camp & Retreat Center.

  • Deeper Life
  • Fall Kickback |  Winter Blast   |  Summer Camp

 

Join us this summer for some adventures:

  • Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness
  • Sport Camps
  • Family Camp

Activity Form

All students must have a completed "Activity Form" in order to participate in Timber Bay activities. Fill out this form and return it to your Community Group Director.

Brooklyn Center

Area Group Leadership

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Wayne Thyren

Brooklyn Center Area Director
[email protected] // (612) 720-2896
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Nathan Schlatter

Brooklyn Center
[email protected] // (952) 807-5371
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Christina Apikelis

Brooklyn Center
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Erica Koch

Brooklyn Center
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Paul Thyren

Brooklyn Center
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Renee Wixon

Brooklyn Center Volunteer
A message from Wayne:

Timber Bay has been in Brooklyn Center as BCHS Community Partner since 2011. Our trained staff often meet them in Middle School and stay connected with them until graduation. Statistics collected by the school show great improvement with those who attend our programs and a high percentage go on to further their education after high school. Also, because of life skills they learn, they are better prepared for the challenges of today and for their future.

-Wayne