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  1. Youth leadership program: A student activity approach to self-improvement and personal growth by Charles B Dygert, 1978
  2. Perspectives and program proposals for an applied research collaboration by the Center for Youth Development and Research and the 4-H Youth Development ... University of Minnesota: A consultant report by Zvi Eisikovits, 1982
  3. Pathfinder day program by Charles C Case, 1989
  4. The youth curriculum sourcebook: A guide for developing nutrition education programs for youth ages six to eleven years by Gloria M Green, 2001
  5. OJJDP and Boys and Girls Clubs of America : public housing and high-risk youth (SuDoc J 32.10:B 71) by Steven Bradford, 1991
  6. The 4-H economic, job and career educational programs for youth series: Guides for Extension staff, volunteer 4-H leaders, other youth workers by Larry Brown, 1978
  7. Recreating the Girl Scout Program: Reaching out to the inner city (Working paper series / Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government) by Dawanna L Carmichael, 1993
  8. Missouri 4-H Adventure Club kindergarten curriculum by Theresa Foltz, 1993
  9. A report of current programs for adolescents and youth-in-crises developed by 4-H participants in the National Youthworker Education Project: Intern report by Maryalice Crofton, 1981
  10. 4-H/EFNEP Summer Nutrition Program: At risk teens reaching at risk youth (Research paper) by Sue Pleskac, 1993
  11. Program overview for establishing a youth traffic safety council: Manual by Glenn Jacobs, 1981
  12. 4-H recreational games: For 4-H'ers, other youth and volunteer leaders (Nebraska Cooperative Extension Service 4-H) by John D Orr, 1985
  13. Literacy clubs for at-risk girls (A series of solutions and strategies) by Bea Naff, 1998
  14. Whittier High School and the 20-30 Club by C. Arthur Remley, 1977

41. Metropolitan Police & Community Youth Clubs
and services vary according to local needs, club facilities, resources stealing and street offences; educational programs dealing with youth crime and
Police and Community Youth Clubs PCYC is a state wide partnership between young people, the community and the NSW Police Service working to assist young people develop the qualities to be responsible citizens and leaders and to avoid becoming offenders or victims of crime. The PCYC is a registered charity and company that supports the NSW Police Service. In general, the Service allocates two officers to each of the 56 clubs located throughout the State. Police personnel are also located at the PCYC State Office to provide administrative and supervisory support. PCYC offer a range of facilities and services for young people that enhance personal and community safety, improve police and community relations (particularly with young people), and provide opportunities to improve the quality of life for young people. While the principle aim for police within PCYC is to provide a means for delivering a policing service to young people
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Bay Area chapter of the National Brotherhood of Skiers. Activity calendar, membership information, youth programs. Nonprofit organization.
National Brotherhood of Skiers (NBS) ~ Western Region
NBS Mission: " To identify, develop and support athletes of color, who will win international and Olympic winter sports competitions, representing the United States"
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    President's Message
    Now, you've done it! You have accessed the All Seasons Ski Club Web Page... You will be infected with a virus that will cause to want to ski, bike, hike, gamble and party.
    You will meet exciting people from all over the Bay Area who share in this illness. All Seasons... because we do exciting, fun things year round.
    So come on... step inside... and get ready for the ride of your life. We do it for the fun. We do it for a purpose! Gary Garrett
    PresidentAll Seasons Ski Club
    All Seasons Ski Club Leadership
    2003-2004 Elected Officers President Gary Garrett Vice President Karen Spencer Secretary Tosha Owens Treasurer Karen Allen Membership Alfred Watts Member-At-Large Sedalia Benton Newsletter Editor Patsy Cunningham
    2003-2004 Appointed Officers Activities DeWayne McDaniels Welcoming Committee Pam Miller-Lewis Youth Director Karen Ambeau Web Master Karen Spencer
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    Club History
    All Seasons Ski Club (ASSC) is one of twenty-three clubs within the Western Region of the National Brotherhood of Skiers, Inc.

    43. Youth Programs
    Our own national SSA programs include JUNIOR SOARING TEAM (FAI under26 In essence, it is an excuse for clubs and FBOs to contact local youth and invite
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    Last Updated January 21, 2004 Soaring as a sport fosters the best in young adults, and adding young pilots to our membership has manifold benefits. The SSA is very proud to sponsor and support many youth programs and activities: The SSA has signed partnership agreements with several youth and aviation groups, such as: (fuller list at Youth Committee home page)
    • CIVIL AIR PATROL [SSA Partner]. This USAF auxiliary organization caters to aerospace-minded youth ages 12 to 21. The joint SSA-CAP glider program offers a structured flight experience for CAP cadets, as well as liability and workman's compensation protection for Civil Air Patrol orientation pilots. During the summer, Civil Air Patrol offers multiple Flight Academies nationwide providing actual flight training. Since the 1996 signing of the SSA and CAP agreement, CAP cadets represent the largest segment of the SSA's growing Youth membership. Visit CAP's web site at

    44. Welcome To Boys And Girls Club Of Omaha!
    Provides programs and activities for youth in the Omaha area.
    Boys and Girls Clubs of Omaha has a mission A mission to help young people of all backgrounds, especially those coming from disadvantaged circumstances. We believe all kids deserve their chance to develop the qualities they need to become responsible and productive citizens and leaders. Chartered in 1961, Boys and Girls Clubs of Omaha, Inc. is an affiliate of Boys and Girls Club of America. We provide development services to kids, giving them an alternative to the street. It's a safe place for kids to play organized sports, develop leadership abilities, and even find the counseling they may need. 56% of club members come from single-parent families 39% of club members come from families receiving public assistance 57% of club members come from minority families Home Clubs Core Programs Events ... Make a Donation

    45. Residents Children/Youth Programs
    youth DropIn programs. Friends. Information on youth activities, drop-in centres and Community youth clubs. youth Drop-In programs PDF. Children/youth programs.

    46. Indiana Youth Soccer
    Information for teams, clubs, players, and parents, including tournament listings, links, and information on IYSA player development programs.
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    47. Boys And Girls Clubs Of Canada
    to help children and youth develop positive attitudes and and Girls Club members at ten clubs across Canada have greater access to vital programs and services
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    Street Proofing Your Child The status of boys in Canada is in decline Visit Our Youth Zone ... DA Contest Winners FIND A CLUB
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    PROGRAM INNOVATIONS Robert Meek Youth Centre
    In 1999, the Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Kingston began an investigation into securing a program facility for youth. The Robert Meek School had been vacant for four years, was constantly vandalized and its grounds served as a spot for drinking, drug use and prostitution. It had the highest crime rate of any police zone ... more
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    FEATURED PARTNER Bell Canada has been a proud supporter of Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada for more than 20 years and Founding Sponsor of the Bell Canada Awards of Excellence more Other Partners Each year the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada Foundation provides support to Clubs that enables them to offer enhanced programs and safe, well-equipped club environments to young people. The Foundation also provides funding to Regions and the national office on an annual application basis, which contributes to the ...

    48. Vermont Outdoor Adventure Programs For Kids & Youth Groups
    Presently the department has two fishing programs to introduce town recreation committees, 4H clubs, and scouts are the cornerstone of the youth Fishing program
    Programs for Youth, Summer Camps, Education and Skill Development
    Contact us at: or 1-800-425-8747 Vermont Recreation Directory HERE Home Vacation Packages Skateboard Parks Youth Programs Vermont offers a wide variety of outdoor programming for kids, from adventure and nature based education to skill development and health issues. You will also find summer camps and school programs.
    Thanks for visiting and have fun. Consider the Vermont Youth Conservation Corps Adirondack Youth Group Challenge June to Oct. Kid's Fishing Events For Teens: Canoeing with the
    James Bay Cree
    July 4-17, 2004
    For teens completing grades 9-11
    Hulbert Outdoor Center, Fairlee, Vermont, will sponsor a new and exciting trip this year. This trip is designed for youth who enjoy adventure, wilderness canoe camping and learning in a non-traditional environment. We will travel to the or 802-333-3405. List of Programs Adirondac Rafting Co. Lake Placid, N.Y., Whitewater Rafting
    Awakening Sanctuary
    North Ferrisburg, VT., Outdoor Fun, Labyrinths and More

    49. "Army Hawaii Youth Sponsorship" "Youth Sponsorship In Hawaii" "Hawaii Youth" Haw
    youth programs and clubs. youth Sports Fitness ~ youth Sports and Fitness Offers a variety of individual sports, team sports, sports
    Home Youth Sponsorship Form Contact Us Military Teens on the Move ... Email Contact Youth Programs and Clubs ~ Youth Sports and Fitness Offers a variety of individual sports, team sports, sports clinics, and group lessons.
    Middle School and Teen Programs ~ Our Middle School and Teen Programs offer activities that foster positive self-identity, educational, technological, employment, social, emotional, and cultural competence, community and civic involvement, health, and well-being.
    School Age Services ~ School Age Services offer:
    • Before School Program After School Program Full-Day Program offered during school vacation periods, State holidays, and teacher training days Summer Day Camp
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    50. America’s Best Youth Clubs
    Teams have captured three US youth Soccer titles (1994, 2001 and 2002). Only club with boys and girls programs ranked in top 10.

    s upport to county 4H programs working with military staff to establish 4-H clubs on military more infromation, visit the USDA/Army youth Development Project
    Home Contact Us Site Map Search ... CYFAR Program Overview Military Youth/Family Programs National Staff State Projects Search CYFAR Advanced Search Quick Links Choose one: Research Education Extension Consumers Youth Small Business International Ext. Offices Partners Extension/4-H Support For Military Youth And Family Programs How to Reach Extension 4-H and Family Programs: State 4-H Leaders State 4-H Leaders at Land-Grant universities in all states and territories provide state-wide programmatic leadership and administrative support for 4-H youth development programs. Use the State 4-H Web Map to locate state 4-H contact information. State 4-H Military Liaisons The 4-H Military Liaison is a 4-H specialist who acts as a liaison between local Army and Air Force installations, counties, and CSREES/USDA, and provides guidance and assistance in establishing 4-H clubs and programs on military installations. Locate your State 4-H Military Liaison. State Family and Consumer Sciences Leaders Family Consumer Science State Leaders at Land-Grant universities in all states and territories provide state-wide programmatic leadership and administrative support for family development and resource management programs. Find your

    52. CSREES - USDA - CSREES And Military Youth Programs
    A partnership between USDA and the US Army provides technical assistance to Child youth Services programs and helps establish 4H clubs on Army Installations
    Home Contact Us Site Map Search ... Children, Youth, and Families at Risk CSREES and Military Youth Programs Youth Technology Programs Search Programs Advanced Search Quick Links Choose one: Research Education Extension Consumers Youth Small Business International Ext. Offices Partners CSREES and Military Youth Programs CSREES has developed partnerships with both the Army and Air Force to support youth and family programs on military installations around the world. In addition to wise use of public resources, these collaborations promote mission readiness for the men and women serving in U.S. military operations. With the support of 4-H extension professionals, military staff provide strong educational programs for children so that military men and women can pursue their critical, high-risk assignments knowing that their children are in safe and nurturing environments. 4-H clubs provide quality educational experiences using research-based curricula in photography, computer technology, arts, and citizenship for military youth ages 5-19. The goal is for military youth to join a 4-H club and to be able to continue their 4-H work wherever they move when their parents are deployed. Extension provides resources and programs in a wide variety of subject areas that can benefit military staff as they serve their youth and families. Each state 4-H leader has named a state 4-H military liaison to coordinate extension and military partnerships in the state and serve as a liaison for local installations, counties, and CSREES. The liaisons also provide guidance and assistance in establishing 4-H clubs and programs on military installations. See

    53. Arts&Cultural
    Hattie Harris Musicals Hattie Harris Charitable youth programs formed Good Spirit youth clubs International for the purpose of musically uniting young people
    Home Contact Us Join Us Site Guide Hattie Harris Good Spirit Youth Clubs International volunteer efforts. We do not have fundraisers or solicit donations. National Projects invite Youth Ambassadors to participate in local communities. "The American Family" National Programs serve with the highest integrity. Youth Ambassadors plan a national thank you day twice a year - every fall and every spring semester. A congratulatory message from Governor Edward G. Rendell appears on the web site with a copy of our "Proclamation of Appreciation" "Command Center Leaders" Community and Regional Projects Harmony Sing-off at Town Fairs and Community Dickens Caroling Week are designed to help musically unite America. Strolling Singers in the Park offers a special hospitality to visitors and out-of-town guests. Harmony Hospitality Hour introduces musical opportunities in an informal comfortable manner. Community Ice Cream Socials offer informal get to know you opportunities. An Annual Old Fashioned Picnic in the Park is always great fun. As young people request opportunities to learn 4-part harmony and participate in programs, we will contact cooperating musical organizations.

    54. El Pomar Foundation
    Specifically, the annual funding will be utilized by each Club to enhance the implementation of many existing Boys Girls clubs programs such as youth of the
    Youth Development Fund
    Enhancing After-School Programs for Youth
    For more information call:

    Toll Free: 800/554-7711
    (Local no.) 719/633-7733

    55. @LA Children/Kids/Youth Resources In Southern California: Los Angeles County, Or
    Glendale youth Resources Directory Glendale youth Coalition. Key clubs Kiwanis clubs Builders clubs of the YMCA Parent/Child programs (Indian Guides) YMCA Y
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    - newspaper Los Angeles Family Magazine Pasadena Kid's Pages , Pasadena RanchoKids Online , Rancho Cucamonga , Pasadena - after school programs, activities South Bay Kids - A free family resource guide for children's stores and services in the South Bay. The Daisy Chain Los Angeles The Kid Connection - San Gabriel Valley The Kids Directory The Orange Cat - San Gabriel Valley UrbanBaby Los Angeles Whats Up for Kids - South Bay Index Child Welfare Abuse Addictions Adoptions America's Promise ... A Place Called Home (APCH) , South Central ABLE (Association for Better Living and Education International) , Hollywood Achievement Council, The

    56. Winnipeg Boys And Girls Clubs Programs- RBI Baseball
    and Acceptance Boys and Girls clubs encourage and foster crosscultural understanding and appreciation. Our programs are accessible to all youth and reflect
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    Winnipeg Boys and Girls Clubs
    One of the most significant developments in Canada's Boys and Girls Clubs movement was the creation of our Core Values. The Core Values guide our relationships with children, youth, family and community and define our reason for being. They represent a standard by which all Boys and Girls Clubs' services will be measured. Our values are...
    • We Care About Children and Youth
      Boys and Girls Clubs' services are available to all young people, with special support offered to those with unique needs. Young people naturally seek excitement, friendship, and support. Happily, the chance to offer encouragement, direction and counseling comes as a result of gaining their trust.
    • We Acknowledge a Sense of Self-Worth is Fundamental to Individual Dignity
      We hold that an individual's sense of self-worth is fundamental and Boys and Girls Clubs support this basic value.
    • We Understand Children and Youth Need to be Heard
      We believe that every young person has the right to be listened to- to be heard and responded to, as someone who really matters and as someone whose ideas could make a difference.
    • We Believe a Sense of Belonging is Essential to Healthy Growth
      We acknowledge the need of all young people to be accepted and liked, and to become competent, both among their peers and in the eyes of adults. We are sensitive to the isolation of the individual who is different in any way, and we endeavour to create in our services an atmosphere which fosters a sense of belonging and acceptance.

    57. Winnipeg Boys And Girls Clubs Programs- Youth Recreation Activity Worker Program
    The Winnipeg Boys and Girls clubs also manage a few programs that benefit youth and young adults from our administration office.
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    Winnipeg Boys and Girls Clubs- Other Services
    The Winnipeg Boys and Girls Clubs also manage a few programs that benefit youth and young adults from our administration office. These are not club-based programs, but rather work to provide supports and opportunities to specific youth populations in Winnipeg. These programs include:

    58. USATF - Youth
    clubs Find a club near you. Pursuit of Excellence Travel Grant Winners 2002 Verizon youth Series Continues programs Read for Speed (student literacy program).

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    59. Youth Services Programs & Clubs
    programs Movies. facilitated by stamp expert, Bruce Menia, past officer of numerous stamp clubs and societies Please call youth Services at (518) 4562400, ext
    PROGRAMS Spring Break Events - Radio Disney Miss Leslie's Sing Along Bunny Hop Storytime ... Riverway Story Telling Festival - Spring Stories for Families Weekend Craftstation - Bunny Magnet MOVIES Freaky Friday CLUBS Chess Stamps Teen Advisory Committee Spring Break Event s Radio Disney Is Coming!
    Wednesday, April 14th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm
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    Miss Leslie's Sing-a-long
    Tuesday, April 13th at 10:30 am
    Bunny Hop Storytime
    Wednesday, April 14th from 6:30 pm Hop! Hop! Hop! Do the bunny hop at our annual Bunny Hop Storytime on Wednesday, April 14th at 6:30 pm.
    Pre-schoolers and their parents will have a wonderful hopping time this evening. Weekend Craft Station Say goodbye to winter and come join the fun during April. As we look forward to spring, we have lots of terrific activities planned. Our monthly craft station will put your creativity to work. Stop by any time on April 3rd and 4th make a bunny magnet. Registration is not required.

    60. Boys & Girls Clubs Of San Francisco
    cultural identities. Clubhouse programs include youth of the Year, Keystone Council, Torch Club and Community Service. Educational and
    Our Programs
    Our mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
    Character and Leadership Development
    Educational and Career Development
    Health and Life Skills
    The Arts
    Sports, Fitness and Recreation
    Teen Programming Citywide Services
    Through BGCSF Citywide Services, youth have the opportunity to access a larger network of services and facility resources, through the coordination with sports, youth, employment, health and mentoring services. Many of these programs provide valuable services to the community, while maximizing the opportunities created by the eight Clubhouses. Club C.A.S.H
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