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         Youth Clubs Programs:     more books (63)
  1. Supervisors' school club manual;: Youth program by William R Bridges, 1966
  2. Appaloosa Youth Program Horsemanship Manual (Appaloosa Horse Club, Moscow, Idaho)
  3. Staying Shipshape.(Youth Sailor program at the Chicago Yacht Club): An article from: U.S. Kids
  4. Church of the Brethren youth club: An after-school program for children and youth by Emily Mumma, 1977
  5. Adult service clubs and their programs for youth by Ann K Fitzgerald, 1991
  6. Youth Organizations: Scouting, Drum and Bugle Corps, European Youth Parliament, White Stag Leadership Development Program, Key Club
  7. Influence of sports' programs and club activities on alcohol use intentions and behaviors among adolescent males.: An article from: Journal of Alcohol & Drug Education by Deidre Leaver-Dunn, Brian M. Newman, 2007-09-01
  8. More chalk talks: Twenty illustrated chalk talk programs used by the author in her activities in churches, Bible schools, youth camps, conventions, colleges, and clubs by Opal Irene Hull, 1952
  9. A safe haven for youth : boys & girls clubs in public housing communities (SuDoc HH 1.2:Y 8/4)
  10. Extending 4-H to youth in urban low-income families: A study to determine the need for a 4-H club program in the Riverview Housing Development, Springfield, ... of Agriculture, University of Massachusetts) by Dennis E Elgrim, 1966
  11. Job club the effects of an adapted job club program on job-finding performance of learning disabled youth : final report (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:341201) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1989
  12. Organizing a successful 4-H community club program with Native Americans (Informational paper) by Fariba Pendleton, 1993
  13. Blueprint for employment: A Girls Clubs of America program guide by Valerie Oliver-Durrah, 1982

1. Boys & Girls Clubs Of Union County - About Us - Youth Development
Support youth through a series of leadership programs including recycling projects. Provides success narratives and contact details. This site was made by the. National 4H youth Technology Leadership Team


Select Location: Elizabeth Plainfield Rahway Union ... YouthWeb
Youth Development Strategy
  • A sense of competence - Young people feel proud and confident when they acquire new skills and know they can do something and do it well.
  • A sense of usefulness - Young people know that satisfication of doing something of value for others.
  • A sense of belonging - Young people know they are welcome and feel they fit in and are accepted.
  • A sense of power and influence - Young people know their opinions are heard and valued and that they can influence decisions.
Core Beliefs
  • A safe place to learn and grow.
  • Ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals.
  • Life-enhancing programs and character development experiences.
  • Hope and opportunity.
Core Program Areas
  • The Arts
More Information about the Programs We Offer
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2. Awana Clubs International: Helping Kids Across The World Come To Know, Love And
The official web site of Awana clubs International. All the latest information, with resources, news, Category Society Religion and Spirituality youth Awana...... Clipart Resources Club Finder Club programs Contact Awana Newsletter Start your ownClub T T clubs Take it The UA (for kids) Varsity USA youth Ministries What
Awana QuickFIND About Awana Adopt-a-Club Awana Ideas Awana Forums Camp Ministries Career Opportunities Clip-art Resources Club Finder Club Programs Contact Awana CrossTrainers Cubbies Donate Online Discover Awana Facts and Figures FAQ index Fundraising Good News KidsPrint Missionary-in-Training Online Supply Store Press Room Reach-a-Country Resource Center Sparks Sparkles Newsletter Start your own Club Take it to Heart The UA (for kids) Varsity USA Youth Ministries What We Believe Headlines ...
Awana Forums: BIG Question!

Free Awana Ideas Newsletter

A Memorable Year for Awana
The 2002 Awana Annual Report is now accessible online (requires Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® . This year-in-review booklet has it all:
Parenting Pointers
Like adults, children can suffer from heightened levels of stress as the war on terror is waged in Iraq and elsewhere. An article on discusses some of the symptoms that may arise in kids that feel apprehensive about the tense global conflict while sharing ideas and activities that can help your kids overcome their anxiety.

3. NRA Youth Programs
of clubs. As an NRA affiliated club you have access to a variety of resources, programs and training for your youth
Saturday, April 12, 2003 Search NRAHQ NRA Youth Programs offer many opportunities for youths who are interested in the shooting sports and our firearms heritage. NRA Shooting Sports Camps
Through the Shooting Sports Camp program, people of various ages have the opportunity to learn gun safety, participate in shooting sports activities, learn a new discipline or hone their skills. NRA Shooting Sports Camps are conducted through the collaborative efforts of the NRA, local-level shooting and sporting clubs and other organizations. There are a variety of different camp themes, such as Safety and Firearm Education Camps, Basic Shooting Camps, Competition Camps, Hunters Camps, Special Interest Camps or Youth SportsFests . Click here to request a Shooting Sports Camp Planning Guide and Application. NRA Marksmanship Qualification Program
NRA Marksmanship Qualification Shooting is an informal, year-round activity for people of all ages. Qualification shooting is the ideal way to develop and build shooting proficiency by progressing through each skill level, from Pro-Marksman through Distinguished Expert. There are courses of fire for rifle, pistol, shotgun and muzzleloaders, with patches, skill rockers, pins, medals and certificates available for each discipline. Youth Hunter Education Challenge
Improve your hunting skills and learn more about hunting methods and game species with other young hunters. Developed exclusively for hunter education course graduates under 19 years of age, at the regional, state and international levels, YHECs provide graduates with a unique opportunity to test their abilities at a variety of hunting techniques under simulated hunting conditions.

4. Sertoma Clubs Support Programs For Youth With Hearing Problems
CONTACT BECKY SOGLIN 2130 Medical Laboratories Iowa City IA 52242 (319) 3356660; fax (319) 335-8034 e-mail Release May 3, 2000 (NOTE TO EDITORS A digital photo of the grant ceremony mentioned in this news release will be
2130 Medical Laboratories
Iowa City IA 52242
(319) 335-6660; fax (319) 335-8034
e-mail: Release: May 3, 2000 (NOTE TO EDITORS: A digital photo of the grant ceremony mentioned in this news release will be available after 1 p.m., Wednesday, May 3. Call (319) 335-6660 to request an electronic transfer.) Sertoma clubs support programs for youth with hearing problems home releases media clips news digest ... about

5. Programs For Youth And Teens At The Tri-City Jewish Community Center (JCC)
youth programs The TriCity Jewish Community Center offers three youth clubs, B'naiBrith youth Organization meetings and much more for children and teens.

Children's Programs


Preschool (2-4 years)

Day School (Grades

Youth Programs
The Tri-City Jewish Community Center
offers three youth clubs, B'nai Brith Youth
Organization meetings and much more
for children and teens. Youth Clubs The Tri-City JCC Youth Department has three fantastic youth groups from which to choose. Club 12 is open to 1st and 2nd graders; Club 34 is open to 3rd and 4th graders; and Click here for more information and membership forms. Or contact Lisa at (480) 897-0588. Sunday Soccer Click here for more information and registration forms , or contact the JCC at (480) 897-0588. B'nai Brith Youth Organization Rezniff AZA for boys and Tovah BBG for girls are the two BBYO groups affiliated with the Tri-City JCC. Weekly meetings are held at the JCC to plan cultural, social, athletic, recreational and religious programs, with many exciting weekend events planned. The BBYO is the oldest and largest Jewish youth organization in the world with over 40,000 members. BBYO is open to all Jewish high school teenagers. Contact the JCC by email or phone (480) 897-0588 for more information.

6. Home
Nonprofit organization dedicated to the service of all youth through quality programs designed to enhance their lives through education, athletics and social interaction.
Search Home Sponsors How You Can Help Who We Are ... Summer Camp Info Our Mission is the Movement's Reason for Being. "To inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens." Time to play ball! Click here for baseball/softball schedules
What are you doing for the summer? How about coming to camp with the Clubs? Click here to get the information Click here for the scoop. Denzel Speaks out for the kids! clicking here Click here to learn more. Keep up to date with everything at the Clubs in Whatcom County... Click here to sign up Kid E-Alerts in your email. The Lynden Club has a new Extension Director - meet her by clicking here a few samples of the fun the 4,700 kids in membership are having at the Clubs
For questions or comments, please click on the box below to email us.
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7. Summary Of Camps, Classes, Clubs, Programs, And Sports
Home OneOn-One Fitness Home Sport clubs Home Feedback Intercollegiate AthleticsHome ** Recreational Sports Home ** youth Outdoor programs Home ** UC
**Homepages/Events/Summaries** Upcoming Events! News Classes/Clubs/Sports - A to Z Facilities Summary Fitness/Programs Summary Membership Summary Sports Summary Cal Aerobics Cal Massage Therapy Cal Rec Club (CRC) Cal STAR CalFIT Health and Fitness Intramural Sports One-On-One Fitness Pool Hours Recreational Sports Facility (RSF) Sport Clubs Student Membership Signup
Camps, Classes, Clubs, Programs, and Sports Summary
Below please find an alphabetical list of all the camps, classes, clubs, programs, and sports offered by the department.
Cal Adventures
Cal Adventures Youth - Cal Adventures is the Outdoor Education Program of the University of California, Berkeley. We promote an atmosphere of learning and fun by emphasizing safety, skills, and environmental consciousness.
- Youth Programs
Cal Aerobics
- Drop-in fitness classes catering to all fitness levels. Classes focus on cardiovascular conditioning, strength and flexibility training, and mind-body awareness. Over 70 classes per week to choose from!
CalFIT: Fitness, Instruction, Training

8. American Volkssports Association Walking Clubs And Walking Volksmarch Events
Directs viewers to events sponsored by the American Volkssport Association. Links include a tutorial, FAQ, definitions, walking clubs, youth programs, articles and membership information.
AVA Home

Find Walking Events

Find Walking Clubs

What it's About
2003 Convention

for clubs and officials
New Balance

Advertisers: Walking Adventures Walking - Enjoy the Spirit of Walking Sponsored by: Hot Club News : the latest updates from AVA Come walk with the clubs and walkers of the American Volkssport Association. Meet friends and walk scenic trails at your own pace for health, fitness, and fun. The AVA's network of 350 walking clubs organize more than 3000 walking events per year in all 50 states, as well as occasional bikes, skis, and swims. All events are open to the public - come walk with us! A member of the International Federation of Popular Sports (IVV) American Volkssport Association 1001 Pat Booker Road, Suite 101 Universal City, TX 78148 Fax (210) 659-1212 Information Line: 1-800-830-WALK var site="sm5avahome"

9. Oski Home Page
Home RI programs youth Exchange. Rotary youth Exchange Board of Directors agreed to recommend youth Exchange to clubs worldwide as a worthwhile international activity
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2003 Youth Recreation Registrations are Now Available to Everyone
Help save the skate program! Find out more here
New Oski Postings
Visit our updated Program Only Membership Information page to find out about membership benefits. Community Adventureships Our " One low-price gets all " deal for classes and rentals at the Cal Adventures UC Aquatic Center. Check it out! Updated Photo Gallery
Come and see the latest additions to our summer's series of photos of youth and adults participating in our many activities. Adult Programs
UCAC is closed until March 1, 2003. But our Spring, Summer, and Fall 2003 classes are now ready for sign-ups! Our Full Moon Paddles still have openings. Marina directions Tides at Berkeley Marina Forecast Class Handouts (PDFs)
Custom Events and Mobile Climbing Wall
Specialized custom adventures for UC students, faculty, and staff

10. MCYSA - Morris County Youth Soccer Association
Calendar, registration, forms, coaches, parents, referees, clubs, teams, fields, and programs. New Jersey.

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11. Association Of Alberta Youth Basketball Clubs
AYBC has been established as a representative body of youth basketball clubs in Alberta. The Association was formed to enhance and promote the development of elite athletes through club organizations. based ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA youth BASKETBALL clubs (AYBC) has been established member clubs to deliver quality developmental programs to athletes. Alberta clubs are meeting the
Association of Alberta Youth Basketball Clubs
-Home -Tournament Listing -Tournament Draw -Directors -Links ... -Contact Us
This is to advise that the Alberta based ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA YOUTH BASKETBALL CLUBS (AYBC) has been established as a representative body of youth basketball clubs in Alberta. The Association was formed to enhance and promote the development of elite athletes through club organizations. We look forward to working in cooperation with other basketball organizations and those interested in the advancement of basketball. We are excited about the work of our association and the people who have joined us in this important undertaking. Our founding and executive members have extensive experience in the sport of basketball as high level coaches, former elite athletes, athletic program managers, and successful business people. We have an outstanding array of individuals who form our Special Advisory Committee. We are confident in our ability to produce significant results for the benefit of young basketball players. Things are busy in AYBC. We are undertaking to develop a strategic plan and a business plan for the association. You may contact us at the address shown in here or via e-mail.

12. The Ontario Track 3 Ski Association
Volunteer, nonprofit Canadian organization that teaches children and youth with disabilities to down-hill ski. Provides association history, news, events, list of clubs that host the programs, photos, and schedule.
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13. RI: Youth Exchange
Information about the student exchange through this International service club.Category Reference Education programs High School......Home RI programs youth Exchange. enriched by the generosity of Rotary's youth Exchangeprogram. Administered by Rotary clubs, districts and multidistrict groups
Students About Youth Exchange
Types of Exchanges

Travel Opportunities

Host Families Rotarians Alumni Youth Exchange Web Sites Download Contact Us Students Host Families Overview


Rotarians Alumni Youth Exchange Web Sites Download Contact Us Students Host Families Rotarians Get Involved

Youth Exchange Officers

YEO Pre-Convention
... FAQ Alumni Youth Exchange Web Sites Download Contact Us Students Host Families Rotarians Alumni Welcome Back Continuing Involvement Youth Exchange Web Sites Download Contact Us Students Host Families Rotarians Alumni Youth Exchange Web Sites Multidistrict District Volunteer ROTEX Download Contact Us Students Host Families Rotarians Alumni Youth Exchange Web Sites Download Download Center Download these documents as pdf files: Exchange Student Guide Primer for Host Families Youth Exchange Handbook Contact Us Students Host Families Rotarians Alumni Youth Exchange Web Sites Download Contact Us Home RI Programs Youth Exchange
Rotary Youth Exchange
Since 1927, students and host families all over the world have had their horizons broadened and their lives enriched by the generosity of Rotary's Youth Exchange program. Administered by Rotary clubs, districts and multidistrict groups, the program today involves more than 82 countries and over 8,000 students each year.

14. AYB Home
Includes links to programs, clubs, upcoming events and various bowling links.
Atlantic Youth Bowling introduces its new web site. Feel free to browse the site for information regarding the Association Programs and Clubs Upcoming Events or simply to check out other related bowling links Your comments are encouraged. If there is something you would like to have added to this site, please email us at
49 Propect Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, E3B 9M4
Phone: (506) 451-1341, Fax: (506) 451-1325, Email:
Send mail to Atlantic Youth Bowling with questions or comments about this web site.
Last modified: October 18, 1998

15. RI: Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA): Programs Worldwide
organized and to learn how to improve existing programs. attendees is usually doneby Rotary clubs, District 1260 This RYLA program, open to youth ages 1830
Home Programs Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) Programs Worldwide Information Participate District RYLA
Chairs Resources Download Contact Us Information About RYLA History Featured RYLA RI RYLA Committee ... FAQ Participate District RYLA
Chairs Resources Download Contact Us Information Participate Organizing a RYLA Programs Worldwide 2003 International RYLA District RYLA
Chairs Resources Download Contact Us Information Participate District RYLA
Chairs Introduction Planning Calendar Report Form Resources Download Contact Us Information Participate District RYLA
Chairs Resources Discussion Forum RYLA Merchandise

Official breed registry and membership association for the American Quarter Horse. Includes information on programs sposored by the AQHA including youth, American Quarter Horse racing, American Quarter Horse showing, and recreational riding. Listing of upcoming events and competitions, member clubs, and associated links.

Baton Rouge Site for First AQHA Equestrians with Disabilities Competition

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17. Greater Rochester ::: Yfcrochester Home Page
A ministry to teenagers in New York. A description of the organization, and information on programs, clubs, and events offered.
Greater Rochester
Youth for Christ is not only spiritually mentoring pregnant and parenting teens, but now, offers monthly meetings and mini-workshops to prepare parents and expecting mothers for the task ahead.
From time to time, we like to share with you the story of a changed life. Our PERSONAL STORIES section highlight more kids and adults who are excited to talk about their experience with Greater Rochester Youth for Christ. Click here for Jessica's story
DID YOU KNOW... There is an average of 1000 teen (ages 10-19) births per year in the Monroe Community. Our Teen Moms program is working to change this statistic. You can make a difference too! Volunteer and witness the power!

18. Oakland County 4-H Youth Programs, Michigan
Fun, handson activities and educational programs for youth ages 5-19; adult and teen volunteers, Workforce Prep., Careers, Science, Personal Development, 4-H clubs, Teen Leadership, Global Awareness, Animal Science. 4-H provides youth development programs that involve volunteers in
4-H Youth Programs
Oakland County, Michigan
Click on the clover to experience the power of 4-H! Welcome to the Oakland County
4-H Youth Programs Homepage! Oakland County 4-H is a program of Michigan State University Extension. 4-H provides youth development programs that involve volunteers in providing positive, experiential, educational opportunities for and with youth. Our mission is to create environments, through collaboration, that build strong, healthy youth who are proactive in a complex and changing world. We would like to invite you to take a few minutes and explore the many program opportunities that we have to offer. If you have any questions, we encourage you to phone us at (248) 858-0889.
o o o o o More Valuable Resources
About Oakland County 4-H Oakland County 4-H
Program Goals
Program Information Summary Sheet ... and Organizations Volunteer Resources Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer Orientation Express Our Staff Oakland County 4-H Staff List 4-H Calendar Of Events Calendar of Events Some of our webpages require free Acrobat Reader software.

19. Salvation Army Greensboro Corps
The Salvation Army in Greensboro, North Caroline, has 7 Boys and Girls clubs, an Emergency Assistance program, Disaster Services, a Red Shield Lodge, Church Services, and youth programs.

20. Optimist International® - Friend Of Youth - Forms & Publications
9307 IBMCompatible Optimist/programs Logos on 3 ½ Disk. youth clubs SowThe Seeds Of Optimism With An Optimist youth Club! Brochure (136K);
@import url(optimist.css); FORMS AND PUBLICATIONS Our downloadable forms and publications are stored in the Adobe Acrobat® Portable Document Format (PDF). PDF files require the Adobe Acrobat® Reader Program to view and print them. If you do not have this program, you must get it in order to use these files. Click on the yellow "Get Acrobat® Reader" icon to the right to get Adobe Acrobat now. 2002-2003 ADMINISTRATIVE PUBLICATIONS

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