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  1. Marketing the Texas Reading Club: A guide for youth services specialists by Viki Ash-Geisler, 1993
  2. A study of the management, structure, and program: Catholic Youth Organization, Archdiocese of Indianapolis by Jack R Wentworth, 1978
  3. Yearly program and instructions for boys' and girls' club work in Utah, 1917 (Utah Cooperative Extension Service Circular Series) by J. C Hogenson, 1917
  4. Youth development program expansion: A study of the use of para-professionals in youth program expansion and development from middle class areas and critical areas of St. Louis, Missouri by Isabel A Jones, 1969
  5. Appaloosa Youth Program Horsemanship Manual by Ed Roberts, 1965
  6. Do you know what your outcomes are? The impact of Oregon 4-H residential camp programs on positive youth development. : An article from: Camping Magazine by Mary Olszewski Arnold, Virginia D. Bourdeau, et all 2006-01-01
  7. Fun With Faith Club
  8. A comparative study and field testing of recruitment, training and retaining of low-income volunteer in 4-H youth programs by Anne L Heinsohn, 1981
  9. Youth program management : January 1990 - July 1991 : a professional research and knowledge taxonomy for youth development (SuDoc A 17.18/2:P 94/manag./990-91) by Rebecca Thompson, 1991
  10. The importance of leisure education in extension youth programs in the United States by Denny Lee Parnell, 1975
  11. Attitudes toward Blacks of white adults involved in 4-H youth programs: A 4-H intern report by Gene C Whaples, 1974
  12. K-3rd grade youth program by Shirley B Rouse, 1996
  13. The role of the Extension youth program aide in Washington state by Elaine I-Ling Wang, 1971
  14. The situational attitude scale (SAS) as an attitude measurement tool for adults involved in extension 4-H - youth programs: 4-H intern report by Gene Child Whaples, 1974

21. Youth Programs - Leo Clubs
Find a local youth program to join (if you're a young person between the ages of 12 and 28), learn how to organize a new Leo club (if you're a Lions club member), view the alwayschanging Leo About. Lions. Vision. programs. youth. programs. Other. programs. Resources. News Events. Leo clubs. Peace Poster. youth Exchange. youth Camps
Contact Us Home Site Map
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With the click of a mouse, you can:

  • between the ages of 12 and 28)
More than 5600 Leo clubs have fun while serving their communities in 137 countries. Joining a Leo club is a great way to:
  • become involved in your community help your neighbors serve as a community leader.
About Leo Clubs Leo Membership Leo Club Activities Leo Leadership ... Updates For Leos

22. Summary Of Camps, Classes, Clubs, Programs, And Sports
Men s Club, - Women s Club youth Camps - During Spring Break and the summer months, youth and Outdoor programs offers athletic summer camps for certain
**Homepages/Events/Summaries** Student Membership Signups Upcoming Events! News Classes/Clubs/Sports - A to Z Facilities Summary Fitness/Programs Summary Membership Summary Sports Summary Cal Aerobics TM Cal Massage Therapy TM Cal Rec Club (CRC) TM Cal STAR TM CalFIT TM Health and Fitness Intramural Sports One-On-One Fitness TM 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
TM - 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!
TM : Fitness, Instruction, Training

23. Rotary District 5040 - Club Directory
Information on scholarships, student exchange programs, club projects, and youth services. Contact information for member clubs.
Help Club Meeting Time 100 Mile House Thursday 12:10 PM Burnaby Friday 12:15 PM Burnaby Deer Lake Thursday 7:15 AM Burnaby Metrotown Wednesday 12:15 PM Burns Lake Tuesday 12:00 PM Delta 2000 Thursday 7:00 AM Fort St. James Wednesday 7:30 AM Gibsons Thursday 6:30 PM Kitimat Tuesday 5:30 PM Ladner Tuesday 12:00 PM Mackenzie Wednesday 12:00 PM New Westminster Thursday 12:00 PM New Westminster - Royal City Wednesday 7:00 AM North Vancouver Monday 6:30 PM North Vancouver - Lionsgate Friday 12:15 PM Pender Harbour (Madeira Park) Friday 12:00PM Powell River Wednesday 6:30 PM Prince George Tuesday 12:15 PM Prince George Nechako Wednesday 7:30 AM Prince George New Caledonia Monday 5:30 PM Prince George Yellowhead Thursday 12:15 PM Prince Rupert Thursday 12:15 PM Prince Rupert Hecate Strait Tuesday 12:05 PM Quesnel Thursday 12:00 PM Quesnel Sunrise 2000 Tuesday 7:15 AM Richmond Wednesday 12:15 PM Richmond Sunrise Thursday 7:00 AM Richmond Sunset Wednesday 5:45 PM Sechelt Tuesday 6:00 PM Smithers Wednesday 6:15 PM Smithers Alpine Tuesday 7:15 AM Squamish Thursday 12:15 PM Steveston Tuesday 7:00 AM Sunshine Coast Sechelt Thursday 11:30 AM Terrace Monday 12:15 PM Terrace Skeena Valley Wednesday 7:00 AM Tsawwassen (Delta) Thursday 7:15 AM Vancouver Tuesday 12:10 PM Vancouver Arbutus Friday 12:14 PM Vancouver Cambie Tuesday 6:00 PM Vancouver Chinatown Wednesday 12:15 PM Vancouver Collingwood Thursday 12:15 PM Vancouver Fraserview Wednesday 6:00 PM Vancouver Quadra Tuesday 7:30 AM Vancouver South Tuesday 12:15 PM Vancouver Sunrise Wednesday 7:25 AM Vanderhoof Wednesday 12:15 PM West Vancouver Wednesday 6:15 PM

24. 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 nai Brith 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. 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.
  • Looking for Summer Day Camp or the Summer Stock Children's Theatre? Find them

25. Home
The oldest YMCA teen association in the USA. Information about programs including clubs, conferences, and training programs.



NEW! Feedback Programs CONA GFIC KUNA KYA LTC Mentoring STTS/STTC Y Club Updated: May 7, 2004 Kentucky YMCA Youth Association, Inc.
91 C. Michael Davenport Blvd.
P.O. Box 577
Frankfort, KY 40602
Phone: 502.227.7028
Fax: 502.227.7030 E-mail: Since 1890, we have encouraged the spiritual, intellectual, social and physical development of young people through community service, government awareness and leadership training. The Kentucky YMCA Youth Association, Inc. operates the oldest and largest YMCA teen organization action program in the nation. We have helped organize and develop Y-Clubs in the schools and other programs throughout the Commonwealth since 1912. The Kentucky YMCA believes in its members being active and visible throughout the community. Helping others through service learning projects, speaking out on current issues and attending statewide programs that promote leadership building skills and cultural awareness are a few of the ways that today's young people can become actively involved. Our organization sponsors the Kentucky Youth Assembly and the Kentucky United Nations Assembly where students can get hands-on experience in local and global issues. We build strong kids TEENS , strong families, strong communities Legal Notice Suggestions concerning content of this website should be directed to

26. The Law - Police And Citizens' Youth Club
youth Leadership programs. Investigations into Establishment of New clubs. Any other Directives of Western Australia Police Service and Council of Management.
Police And Citizens' Youth Club
The Federation of Western Australian Police and Citizens' Youth Club (PCYC) was formed in 1941 under the authority of the Police Minister of the day Mr W Kitson. On formation, the organisation was known as "Police Boys' Clubs", later changed to "Police and Citizens' Boys Clubs" to recognise the citizens' contribution and in 1957 again changed to "Police and Citizens' Youth Clubs" to facilitate female membership. The organisation is an "incorporated" and "registered charitable" body working within the guidelines of a Constitution with Policy directed by a "Council of Management". The Council of Management is chaired by the President, the Commissioner of Police, and comprises senior police officers and prominent members of the business community.
The objectives of the Federation are to conduct and maintain a viable club structure capable of delivering the following :
  • To provide clean healthy recreation for young people.
  • To teach young people about good citizenship and observance of the laws of the State.
  • To encourage an appreciation of music, literature, art and culture amongst young people.

27. Arlington Soccer Association - Official Web Site
Runs soccer programs for youth players in Arlington and Falls Church. Details about clubs and teams, game schedules, fields, and coaches and referees.
Arlington, Virginia
Updated: • Boys:



Travel Soccer Club
Other Area Youth
Soccer Websites
National Capital Soccer League. Boys travel soccer.
SFL WAGS Washington Area Girls Soccer. Girls travel soccer. 2004 Spring Season • Schedules: Boys Girls • Standings: Boys Girls • Seedings: Boys Girls Memorial Day Weekend - Public School Year Ends - June 18, 2004 • Inclement weather hotline: 703 228-4715 Arlington County Sports Division Photos Return to top Neighborhood Recreational Soccer En español • The Arlington Soccer Association believes in teams organized by neighborhoods.

28. Welcome To MWR Keflavik, Iceland
Information about recreation and athletic facilities, tours, clubs and dining, and youth programs.
CHECK OUT THE MWR TOUR OFFICE FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL NEEDS WHILE HERE IN ICELAND! IT IS A GREAT PLACE FOR MAPS, ACCOMMODATIONS AND ALL THE INFO YOU NEED! HOME Jobs at MWR MWR FACILITY LINKS Arctic Outfitters Auto Hobby Shop Bowling Alley Childcare ... Library Playzone Personnel Privateer's Pub Roller Skating Rink Running Track ... Navy Flying Club ADDITIONAL
Channel 20 Movies Base Information Links Iceland Information ... Upcoming Events HOURS OF OPERATION FOR FRIDAY, JUNE 11
Gym/Pool - Closed
Auto Hobby Shop - Closed
Teen Center - 6pm-midnight
Top Of The Rock - 9pm-2am
Three Flags Club - 11am-9pm
O'Malley's Pub - 5pm-12am
Privateer's Pub - 7pm-2am
Arctic Bowl - 12-10pm
Arctic Outfitters - Closed Windbreaker - 11am-10pm Tour Office - 8am-5pm Internet Desk - 8am-1pm Galleria/Ceramics/Wood Shop/Stained Glass - Closed Library - Closed Polar Roller Rink - Closed Child Development Center - Closed Youth Center - Closed MWR Admin - Closed CLICK BELOW TO GET THE BOOTH REGISTRATION FORM
Childcare is critically limited!

29. JDC | Programs Worldwide | Former Soviet Union | FSU Overview | Going Regional:
JCC Student youth Club Association was decided to join youth clubs together from each time to share a different subject), regional programs, development of




... > Uzbekistan back to index Going Regional: Local Student Youth Clubs Build Connections
It was the first time they had ever come together: All directors of spontaneous, community based, JCC student youth centers. By the end of the seminar not only were the student directors great friends but they had established an association of student youth club centers in Northern and Eastern Ukraine. Not a small accomplishment for a group of fifteen leaders in their 20's. Throughout the two-day seminar they shared similar experiences that shaped their Jewish identity in Soviet Russia. Anna, from a small town in Eastern Ukraine, shared a story about the first time she felt her Jewish identity: when she was a little girl she was kicked out of the sandbox where she was playing with a friend because she was a 'Jew'. The leaders shared their most successful programs with each other, giving suggestions and problem solving as they went along. These presentations culminated into a clearly defined guide to planning a successful student youth club program. As the group discussed their group identity, whom they represent, their vision, and how they can help each other, the idea of an Association sprang-up. After a discussion about the idea, the student leaders voted on a chairman and began defining goals and ways the association will be able to assist them to manage their youth clubs in their communities. The goal of the Regional JCC Student Youth Club Association was decided: to join youth clubs together from Northern and Eastern Ukraine to help them develop in their communities. Some of the tasks that the association will help them with are: creating a program bank, regular meetings (each time to share a different subject), regional programs, development of new programs, inter-city programs, foreign relations, professional training for leaders (Judaism, music, art, etc.), new outreach method research, and organizational consulting.

30. Camp Fire USA North Oakland Council
Nonprofit youth organization. programs include clubs, camp, selfreliance and character education.
Home The History of Camp Fire Frequently Asked Questions Self-Reliance Programs ... Contact Us A Tradition of Lighting the Way Our Mission: Camp Fire USA builds caring, confident youth and future leaders. The Purpose of Camp Fire: The purpose of Camp Fire is to provide, through programs of informal education, opportunities for youth to realize their potential and to function as caring, self-directed individuals responsible to themselves and to others; and, as an organization, to seek to improve those conditions in our society which effect youth. About our Council: Camp Fire USA North Oakland Council is a nonprofit, youth development organization that provides a variety of programs benefiting children and youth. We are located in Waterford, Michigan and service the school districts of Avondale, Pontiac, Clarkston, Fenton, Lake Orion, Oxford, Brandon, Rochester, ... Waterford and West Bloomfield, Swartz Creek, Columbiaville, Lapeer and Imlay City. Camp Fire programs build self-esteem, promote healthy lifestyles, develop character, teach leadership skills, and emphasize social responsibility. And they’re FUN!

31. Youth Programs Overview, Des Plaines, Illinois (IL)
Community Overview Calendar clubs and Organizations Communications Education Historical Events Taste of Des Plaines Transportation Utilities youth programs.
Youth Programs Overview Police Youth Programs Youth Design Team
Youth Programs
The City of Des Plaines is committed to supporting youth programs. This section lists various activities and programs in which young people can get involved. Life In Des Plaines Your Local Government Your City Services
Economic Development
... Send feedback regarding this website by clicking here. City of Des Plaines
1420 Miner St.
Des Plaines, IL 60016
Site Use Policy
This page last modified 06/01/04 .
All information © 2004 Des Plaines, Illinois Site Design/Development by

32. Home Page
This is the home of 4H in Mecklenburg County including the Charlotte metropolitan region of North Carolina. In this urban environment, 4-H reaches youth of many backgrounds with hands-on, experiential, and FUN learning in many subject areas. Features calendar, clubs, teen programs, camping, staff list, news and announcements.
Mecklenburg County
4-H Youth Development
4-H is an exemplary youth development program for all children ages 5-18. 4-H Events Camping Clubs Teen Programs ... Staff To find out more about how you can get involved, contact one of our staff directly. 4-H in North Carolina
National 4-H Council

4-H Centennial

4-H in the USA
Mecklenburg County's proposed budget for 2004-2005 would eliminate North Carolina Cooperative Extension from the county. To learn more about Extension and its broad impact in Mecklenburg County, see our quick facts sheet or our annual report. The Board of County Commissioners will vote on the budget June 15, 2004. For more information on the budget process and for Board of County Commissioners contact information, go to What is 4-H? Frequently Asked Questions
Who is served by 4-H? Check out the 2003 statistics from the National 4-H Council and our current Mecklenburg County 4-H Fact Sheet
View the latest 4-H Update in Adobe Acrobat format
Mecklenburg Succeeds with Southwest District 4-H Horse Show
Mecklenburg County 4-H hosted a record number of 4-H riders from 14 counties during the SWD 4-H Horse Show on May 1 and 2, 2004. For pictures

33. Boys & Girls Clubs Of Greater San Diego
Serving youth between the ages of six and eighteen at locations throughout the county. programs and locations.
About Us Locations Supporters Newsletter ... sdyouth net
contact us
Sammy's Send A Kid to Camp

For more information call: (619) 298-3520 or
Email: Lauren Benson You Go Girls! Track Meet Alumni Spotlight: Sean Salisbury More than thirty girls competed in the seventh annual "You Go Girls!" Track Meet sponsored by the Linda Vista Branch. More... Former Charger standout and current ESPN sportscaster Sean Salisbury grew up in Escondido, where he was a member of the Escondido Boys Club. He gives back to the community by sponsoring an annual celebrity golf tournament. More... We love old cars! More News... Cars for Kids!
•Receive a tax deduction
•We handle DMV paperwork
•Free towing
Call (760) 746-3315 or (619) 298-3520 New Poway Branch grand opening Indoor soccer arena opens Upcoming Special Events Board Profile: Tom Hazard Quick Menu Special Events Sports Report Employment My Email Youth of the Year

34. Laurel Boys And Girls Club
A non profit organization, affiliated with the Prince George's County Boys and Girls clubs, that administers a program of athletic activities for area youth. Overview of its 12 sports programs and contact details.
WELCOME to the Laurel Boys and Girls Website. Mission



Sign up now for the our Summer Sports Camp
Camp runs from June 21st to August 13th for boys and girls ages 5 to 14. Camp hours are 9:00 am to 4:00 pm with before and after care available. Click here for more information.
Fall registration starts July 24th
Click HERE
hosted by the Poms on June 26th, click here.
Early registration for Football starts June 26th. Click HERE for info! This page last updated 6/11/04 Free Web Page Hit Counter 701 Montgomery St., Laurel, MD 20707 Telephone Fax

35. Ehove Career Center - Connect For Success!
youth clubs All students at EHOVE are members of Career and Technical student students enrolled in business, office, and technology education programs at the
Program Pathways Student Handbook Student Assignments Upcoming Events ... Media Center/Reference Resources Youth Clubs
All students at EHOVE are members of Career and Technical student organizations. This provides opportunities for Leadership Development, social interaction and skill devleopment through local and state regional competition.
usiness P rofessionals of ... merica is a national student organization for students enrolled in business, office, and technology education programs at the middle school, secondary school, and post-secondary school levels.
Distributive Education Clubs of America
is a national association of marketing education students that provides teachers and members with educational and leadership development activities to merge with the education classroom instructional program. Skills USA V ocational I ... merica is a national organization serving nearly 250,000 high school and college students and professional members who are enrolled in training programs in technical, skilled, and service occupations, including health occupations.

36. Shreveport-Bossier Children's Programs And Activities!
Listing of clubs, youth programs, recreation, sports, activities, and local school information for the region.
Louisiana Moms Program
see if your family qualifies
Dick Blick Art Materials
Free 480-page Art Supply Catalog!
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37. Sno-Gopher Ski Club
Information on youth and adult ski programs, upcoming events, and membership.
About Sno-Gopher Ski Club
The Sno-Gopher Ski Club was founded in 1965. It is one of the largest Black ski club in the United States. The 1995-96 ski season marked the Sno-Gopher Ski Club's 30th year of growth and continuing commitment to skiing, and to aspiring skiers of all ages.
The Sno-Gopher Ski Club was founded to provide opportunities for skiing enthusiasts to ski more regularly and less expensively. The Sno-Gophers have traveled all over North America as well as Europe. Because of the club's extensive skiing program and the skiing proficiency of its members, the Sno-Gopher Ski Club is recognized as one of the nation's leading ski organizations. The Sno Gopher Ski Club is one of the founding members of the National Brotherhood of Skiers (NBS) and is dedicated to promoting the sport of skiing within the African-American community. But the Sno-Gopher program is not limited to skiing. The club's calendar includes year-round activities such as biking, camping, picnics, rafting, roller skating, roller blading, tennis, horseback riding, and a variety of other fun filled endeavors. The intent of these efforts is to provide enjoyment and build camaraderie among members throughout the year. For more information on the Sno-Gopher Ski Club or it's activities, or call the Sno-Gopher Hot line at (312) 683-5231. Or, email the club's Internet point of contact

38. Youth Wrestling Clubs
Spotlighted youth Wrestling programs POTTSVILLE WRESTLING CLUB. youth Wrestling programs, Alabama Wrestling. Eastside Wrestling Club in California.
Youth Wrestling Program Links
High School Wrestling Program Links

Youth Wrestling Program Links

Spotlighted Youth Wrestling Programs
POTTSVILLE WRESTLING CLUB South Dakota Youth Wrestling
Pembroke NY Youth Wrestling

California Shooters
Wolverine Club, VA

Youth Wrestling Programs
Alabama Wrestling Eastside Wrestling Club in California Poway Slammers Club in California Outlaw Wrestling Club in Alaska San Gabriel Valley Kids Wrestling Homepage in California Terminators Wrestling Club in California Tri-City Powermasters Youth Club in California Cortez Wrestling Club in Colorado Metro Junior Youth Wrestling League in Colorado Rehoboth Beach Wrestling Club in Delaware St. Elizabeth's Junior Wrestling Club in Delaware Florida Jets Wrestling Club Renegade Wrestling Club in Florida Sarasota Wrestling Club in Florida Dacula Youth Wrestling in Georgia Arlington Heights Youth Club in Illinois Northwestern Wrestling Club in Indiana Blackhawk Wrestling Club in Illinois Crossface Wrestling in Illinois Franklin Park Raiders in Illinois Lincoln-Way Wrestling Club in Illinois Moline Youth Club in Illinois Naperville Wrestling Club Panther Wrestling Club in Illinois Rock Island Junior Rocks in Illinois Villa Lombard Wrestling Club in Illinois Panther Wrestling Club in Indiana Franklin Central Wrestling Club in Indiana Little Tiger Wrestling Club in Iowa Titans Tri-State Wrestling Club (Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota)

39. | Youth Club Descriptions
Red Cross clubs for students to take on Red Cross projects in their Middle School programs may include preteens. Lead by youth and adults working together.
Youth Club Descriptions 615 Pine Street * Port Huron, MI 48060 Phone: (810) 985-7117 * Fax: (810) 985-9612 Our Services Armed Forces Emergency Services Biomedical and Blood Services Disaster and Emergency Services Health and Safety ... Youth Services Youth Services Join Our Team! Youth/Teen Clubs Training Measles Initiative ... Youth Blood Education Youth/Teen Clubs The Youth Services Department at the St. Clair County Chapter of the American Red Cross allows youth and teens to get involved in various clubs: Administration Blood Information and Sponsors Teen Clubs Fundraising ... International Club Descriptions Administration
  • Responsible for the daily office operations, interviews, record keeping, data management, and general administrative duties
Teen Clubs
  • Middle and High School Students Red Cross Clubs for students to take on Red Cross projects in their individual schools Officers and plans are selected in the schools Middle School programs may include pre-teens
Junior Red Cross
  • Elementary School Students Learn about the Red Cross in their schools or at the Chapter House Lead by youth and adults working together
Youth Support
  • The Chapter supports many youth and youth related programs such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, March of Dimes, Woodlands Developmental Center, St. Clair County Community Foundation Youth Advisory Committee, and others.

40. Fallon
Information about NAS Fallon's MWR events, movies, fitness and sports, restaurants and clubs, bowling, lodging, hobby facilities, and youth programs.

Tickets What's New Resources ... Job Opportunities Welcome to Fallon
Known as the "Biggest Little Air Station in the World," NAS Fallon is home to the Navy's Top Gun and Top Dome schools and is where Carrier Air Wings train for air operations. Located about 70 miles from Reno, Nevada in the High Desert, Fallon is located in close proximity to the Lake Tahoe Recreation ski resorts and recreation areas.
There's plenty to do at Naval Air Station Fallon from an outdoor recreation that runs tours and rents skis, boats, campers and camping equipment for your outdoor adventure. There's swimming, outdoor sports, fields and court and even a Go-Kart Track. The Desert Rose Theater is an oasis in the desert with surround sound, comfortable seats and the all important air conditioning. There are three top notch clubs, an ITT office with discount tickets to area attractions and ski resorts and more.
Whatever your fancy, find more at NAS Fallon. Click on your subject area for your ticket to High Desert entertainment.
Fallon Events MWR Personnel Newsletter NAS Fallon Web Site ...
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