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         Youth Clubs Programs:     more books (59)
  1. Boys & girls clubs of America (SuDoc J 26.33:C 62) by U.S. Dept of Justice, 2000
  2. Lessons out-of-school: Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and 4-H Clubs as educational environments by Judith Kleinfeld, 1983
  3. Forging a new path : a guide to starting boys & girls clubs in Alaska (SuDoc HH 1.6/3:F 76/2)
  4. New Hampshire nature calendar: Teach our youth to "watch living things live" by Claire S Batchelder, 1957
  5. Youth in action: Community development by Barbara D'Onofrio, 1974
  6. Linking 4-H youth development programs with adolescent developmental theory: A review of the literature (Agricultural and extension education research series) by Jeffrey P Miller, 1991
  7. A review of theory and research found in selected experimental education, life skill development, and 4-H program impacts literature by David E Weatherford, 1987
  8. Evaluation study of Nebraska 4-H/Japan Labo international exchange program by John D Orr, 1982
  9. Polar Expedition-Polar Bear Cub Club Preschool CD by Group Publishing, 2000-12
  10. Juvenile intervention programs that work: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Youth Violence of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, One ... Club of America, September 28, 1999 (S. hrg) by United States, 2001
  11. Missouri 4-H Adventure Club summer curriculum by Theresa Foltz, 1993
  12. The history of 4-H in Nebraska (Nebraska Cooperative Extension Service 4-H) by John D Orr, 1985
  13. Interest based learning in 4-H (Philosophical paper) by Bert Lynn Jones, 1984
  14. Evaluability assessment in 4-H (Philosophical paper) by Bert Lynn Jones, 1984

61. LionNet - Lions Links: Youth Programs
of South Dakota Recollections of the 1997 MD 5 youth Exchange Camp Other youth programs; Lions clubs Camp Kirk - a camp for children with learning disabilities
LionNet Lions Links: Youth Programs
Drug Awareness
  • Lions-Quest Canada
  • Lions Quest District 5M-13
  • Lions Quest Danmark
  • Australian Drug Awareness Foundation ...
  • - Multiple District 41 Maine, US and Atlantic Provinces of Canada
    Lions Bands
  • The Regina Lions Band - a Lions band from Saskatchewan Canada
  • The Saskatoon Lions Band - an award-winning marching band from Saskatchewan Canada
  • Georgia Lions All State Band
  • Kansas Lions All State Youth Band
  • Lions All State Band Alumni Message Board Lions Peace Poster Contest
  • Australian Peace Poster Site Lions Youth Exchange
  • Youth Exchange, District 323H - India
  • Youth Exchange Lions Club of MD-310, Thailand
  • MD 37 Lions Youth Exchange Program - Alberta, Canada
  • Youth Exchange Denmark
  • Lions Youth Exchange Site of LionNet Italy
  • Lions Youth Exchange Program 2001
  • MD 104 Norway - Youth Exchange Program 2002 ...
  • Lions Youth Exchange Report - A Leo from Turkey reports on a YE visit to Slovenia
  • Lions Youth Exchange Program Brazil
  • MD 36 Oregon Lions Youth Exchange
  • MD5 International Youth Exchange E-Mail Network - South Dakota Lions Youth Exchange Camp
  • "Adventure Melghat" Lions International Youth Camp - District 323-H, India
  • 62. Clubs - Educational Youth Programs - Community Services Directory - Claiborne Pa
    CSD Educational Resources Home youth programs 4-H youth Program Boy Scouts Cub Scouts Boys Girls Club National Guard youth ChalleNGe Education Directory
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       512 North Main    P.O. Box 299    Homer, LA 71040    Ph 318-927-3110    Fax 318-927-3190
    Web Site: HOURS:
    8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Monday - Friday
    The Claiborne Parish Cooperative Extension Service's 4-H Youth Program is designed for boys and girls from ages 9 through 19 and is based on the principle of "learning by doing." 4-H enables young people to learn technical facts and life skills useful in everyday activities. Club and community activities aid in the development of citizenship and leadership skills. 4-H also offers awards in recognition of self-improvement and work well done. The 4-H club program is available to students in public and private schools in Claibome Parish in grades 4-12. Through the 4-H experience club members have the opportunity to become leaders in their local clubs and participate in fun "learn by doing" projects. Special project days, usually Saturday events, are offered during the year as added enhancement for projects. Other activities include a one-week summer camp for outstanding club members in grades 4-6. The cost of the camp is minimal and some 4-Her's win scholarships to attend. Challenge Camp, a special camp designed to meet the needs of seventh graders, is offered on a weekend during the school year. for older members in grades 8-12 who have distinguishes themselves in their project work, competition is offered on the state level.

    63. 4-H Youth Programs
    4H youth programs. 4-H started in 1902 with Corn clubs initiated by the United States Department of Agriculture to In 1917, the 4-H youth Program was born.
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    4-H Youth Programs
    Jodi Schulz
    4-H Youth Agent
    Jodi Matthews
    4-H Program Assistant
    515 Center Avenue, Suite 301
    Bay City, Michigan 48708-5124
    (989) 895-4026 Voice
    (989) 895-4217 Fax 4-H started in 1902 with "Corn Clubs" initiated by the United States Department of Agriculture to teach modern farming methods to young people in the hope that they would, in turn, teach their parents those methods to increase crop production. In 1917, the 4-H Youth Program was born. As the decades have passed and lifestyles have changed, 4-H has evolved into the largest co-educational organization in the world, with 4-H in some form found in eighty-three countries around the world. 4-H Clubs
    4-H Clubs are groups of young people who share a common interest in a project area. Clubs are led by volunteer 4-H leaders. 4-H clubs are unique because 4-H members choose what they want to learn about and each club has a different focus. 4-H members learn by doing . Club meetings involve hands-on activities, not lectures. Clubs begin their activities at different times during the year and the number of meetings varies from club to club.

    64. 4-H Youth: Youth Development
    to camps, special interest programs, project clubs, and community clubs, the 4H school enrichment program is another way to teach life skills to youth.
    Current Situation Calendar of Events Frequently Asked Questions Publications ...
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    4-H Youth:
    Youth Development
    Current Situation
    4-H is the youth component of the Mississippi State University Extension Service, with academic ties to Mississippi State University. The purpose of 4-H is to help youth develop life skills that will help them become productive, responsible adults. These life skills include developing positive self-concepts, establishing effective interpersonal relationships, and learning practical skills for life. The Mississippi 4-H program combines the cooperative efforts of youth, volunteer leaders, Mississippi State University and Alcorn State University, federal-state-local governments, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Youth ages 8 through 18 can be active members of 4-H club programs. Special programs are available for youth beginning in kindergarten. In addition to camps, special interest programs, project clubs, and community clubs, the 4-H school enrichment program is another way to teach life skills to youth. 4-H values its relationship with Mississippi's schools and welcomes the opportunity to provide educationally sound, research-based, action-oriented curricula for use in classrooms.

    65. Clubs
    youth Track Field , Cross Country , Schedules,Results, Rankings, Applications, AAU, USATF, Hershey. youth clubs and Recreation Track programs.
    Place Your Banner Here! Harris Reports: Youth Track is your first choice for youth track and field information and now we are your top choice to host your team, business or personal website. Easy to use tools, large file space, hundreds of possible designs, upload photos, etc for as little as $10.66 per month. Check it out. Check prices and account support now. Send us your data today so that others with similar interests will know how to contact you. If your team does not have a website, you may want to visit the HR Sites link above to have one set up. Youth Clubs and Recreation Track Programs Home Track News HARRIS REPORTS Magazine Forms ... Nov 16th Fair Haven, NJ Youth XC Championship Club directory information will be posted on this page. If your club has a website, we will link your site. You can submit the following information in the chart below to See team directory below (Listed by state) Submit your information today.

    66. CommonBond Communications, Inc. - Credit Union Youth Programs
    With a Credit Union youth Club, you can communicate with your Kids and Teens using these unique programs designed to educate and entertain.
    Credit Union Kids Club and Credit Union Teens Club With a Credit Union Youth Club, you can communicate with your Kids and Teens using these unique programs designed to educate and entertain. Making use of the dynamic capabilities of the Internet and professionally designed print materials, your Credit Union can be sure to offer high-quality programs to build on your most valuable asset - your members. Credit Union Kids Club A Web and Print Based Program geared towards ages 12 and under. Focusing on savings and fun, your Credit Union can teach your youngest members about money at an early age and prepare them for their teen years. Visit Credit Union Kids Club Informational Site Credit Union Teens Club A Web and Print Based Program for ages 13-19. Focusing on financial issues important to Teens, your Credit Union can communicate and educate your Teen Members about money and their future. Visit Credit Union Teens Club Informational Site CommonBond Product Quick Links Web Solutions CUWeb Custom Development CU Kids Club CU Teens Club WebCalcs Print Solutions Just For Kids Just For Teens Just For Seniors MarketingKit CommonBond Communications, Inc. - PO Box 251 - Albuquerque, NM 87103 - 1-800-947-3182

    67. Activities
    youth DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY Over the past 39 years, the Boys Girls clubs of the East Valley has been providing youth with programs to help them become
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    Clubs provide diverse activities that meet the interests of all youth. Core Programs engage young people in activities with adults, peers and family members that enable them to develop self-esteem and to reach their full potential. Based on physical, emotional, cultural and social needs and interests of girls and boys, and recognizing developmental principles, Clubs offer program activities in five areas: [ more details Character and Leadership Development
    Education and Career Development
    Health and Life Skills
    The Arts
    Sports, Fitness and Recreation Trained professional staff incorporate these core program themes into daily activities allowing youth to learn in a fun and educational environment.
    Sense of Usefulness - the opportunity to do something of value for other people. Sense of Belonging - a setting where young people know they "fit" and are accepted.

    68. US Youth Soccer TOPSoccer
    Indoor programs; Outdoor program; Camps; Skills only. 3. Grants are available through US youth SOCCER. others in the local community (Lions clubs, Rotary clubs, etc
    US Youth Soccer TOPSoccer US Youth Soccer TOPSoccer US Youth Soccer TOPSoccer Brochure
    Buddy of the Year Award Program

    CYSA-S/JUSA First Annual TOPSoccer Fest

    2004 Grant Application ( .pdf .doc
    2002 US Youth Soccer Uniroyal® TOPSoccer Grants

    2001 US Youth Soccer Uniroyal® TOPSoccer Grants
    2003 TOPSoccer Grant winners State Association Program Title Applicant California - North Stockton Youth Soccer TOPS Stockton Youth Soccer Association California - South TOPS Long Beach Youth Soccer Organization Connecticut NW District TOPS NW District Connecticut Junior Soccer Association Eastern Pennsylvania Ridley United TOPSoccer Ridley United Soccer Club Inc. Eastern Pennsylvania TOPSoccer Lighthouse Soccer Club Eastern Pennsylvania TOPSoccer Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center/Hempfield SC Florida TOPS Central Florida United Soccer Club Georgia GA Youth Soccer "TOPSoccer-Rama" GA Youth Soccer TOPSoccer Committee Kentucky TOPS Graves County Soccer Association Louisiana TOPSoccer in a Box Louisiana Soccer Association Maryland Soccer Possibilities for Children w/ Disabilities Innovative Learning Inc./The Harbour Schools

    69. MS Balkan SayYes Partner
    collaborate with other youth organizations and clubs and participate in all projects SAY YES is the only youth organization, which is a member of programs
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    Creative Youth Club "Say yes"
    What is C.Y.C. "Say yes"? Creative Youth Club "Say yes" is the club of youth and all those who feel like that, regardless of the color of their skin, nationality, religion opinion or any other difference. "Say Yes" is non-government, non-parties, independent organization legally registered in Bosnia-Herzegovina as a civic association.
    Chairman: Jan Zlatan Kulenovic
    General Board: Sabina Cudic,
    Maja Kordic, Aida Pilav,
    Jelena Santic
    Secretary: Melisa Podrug
    Public relations: Sandro Stojkanovic, Denis Halilovic Date of birth: February 5th 1999 Place of birth: Sarajevo Contact address: Telephone: ++387 33 218 499 Fax: ++387 33 665 189 E-mail: Number of members: 150 members All Members are students in secondary school or at the University Say Yes is a club "of youth for youth" because it is founded and led only by youth

    70. FHI - Chapter 8: Youth-friendly Programs
    Welcome boys and develop programs targeting them. Contraceptive information at schools, sports events, youth clubs, concerts or other places where young people
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    71. Youth Clubs
    youth clubs. 4H youth programs 1200 North Telegraph Road, Department 416 - Pontiac MI 48341 - (248) 858-0889 Oakland County 4-H is a program of Michigan State
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    4-H Youth Programs

    1200 North Telegraph Road, Department 416 - Pontiac MI 48341 - (248) 858-0889
    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.
    Boy Scouts of America

    PO Box 43-1173 - Pontiac MI 48343-1173 - (248) 338-0035
    The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to instill positive values in young people and prepare them to make ethical choices during their lifetime sothey may achieve their full potential. The values we strive to instill are based on those founded in the Scout Oath and Law. Behind the Scouting Program are Scouting'sthree aims: to build character, to foster citizenship, and to develop fitness.
    Boys and Girls Club of Orion/Oxford

    P.O. Box 554 - Lake Orion MI 48362 - (248) 391-6881
    Camp Agaway Boy Scouts
    P.O. Box 43-1173 - Pontiac MI 48343-1173 - (248) 338-0035

    72. Youth Prevention Programs
    youth Groups/clubs Offered for specific grade levels and serving youth who generally live close to one another or attend the same school. programs are led by

    73. PCYC - Police & Community Youth Clubs NSW Australia
    as the Police Boys Club, today’s Police and Community youth clubs (PCYC) are of team and individual sports, video projects, music programs, selfdevelopment
    2004 b What is PCYC? Originally established in 1937 as the Police Boys Club, today’s Police and Community Youth Clubs (PCYC) are centres for 'life opportunity, growth and development' for young people in communities right across NSW. At a PCYC young people can join in a wide range of team and individual sports, video projects, music programs, self-development programs, homework clubs and alternative education programs that teach basic literacy and numeracy skills as well as vital life skills, like how to relate to peers, parents, teachers and the wider community. PCYC means less truancy, less crime, and more confident, capable kids. There are 55 clubs throughout NSW. As a result of public support and donations, more than 1,400 kids from disadvantaged backgrounds are given free membership each year. PCYC is the largest youth organisation in NSW, with over 30,000 members, 120 Police officers, 2,500 volunteers and 400 paid staff.
    MISSION PCYC is a statewide partnership between young people, the community and the NSW Police Service working to assist young people to develop the qualities to be responsible citizens and leaders and to avoid becoming offenders or victims of crime.

    74. Boys & Girls Clubs Of Springfield Missouri - Service To Youth From At-risk Circu
    organization with a primary mission of service to youth from at The Boys Girls clubs of Springfield of today provides its services and programs from its
    Home Mission History Programs ... Links Poem written in the Learning Center at The Stalnaker Unit Sertoma Club Lights Up Opening Night Baseball Click here for more photos Club Members Celebrate Two Way Street Graduation at the Tower Club Click here to view more photos
    (pdf) Youth ages 6-18 may register at any Unit. Fees are kept low so no child will be denied membership.
    • School Year Fee - $ 5 per semester) Summer Fee - $25 per week. Scholarships are available. For more information, please contact the Units.
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    Please join us on Tuesday, June 15th 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. for the Grand Opening Krispy Kreme "will be donating a percentage of opening day sales from the north & south Krispy Kreme stores to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Springfield."
    Tuesday, July 20, 2004
    7:00 p.m.
    Cooper Tennis Center More information
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    3rd Annual Sheriff’s Motorcycle Ride
    Sunday, July 18th

    75. Junior Sailing Programs SFSailing Banners. youth Sailing programs. The following links are sailing organizations and clubs that have youth or junior sailing programs.
    Crew List

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    Youth Sailing Programs
    The following links are sailing organizations and clubs that have youth or junior sailing programs. Some may require club membership while others are open to the general public. If you know of any other organizations that promote youth sailing, please let us know.

    76. Sponsored Youth Programs
    Sponsored youth programs. Our Citizens of Tomorrow Our Future. KKids Our Elementary School programs. Builders clubs Our Middle School/Junior High programs.
    Kiwanis Club of Greater Clemson
    Sponsored Youth Programs
    Our Citizens of Tomorrow... Our Future

    Our Elementary School Programs Central K-Kids Clemson K-Kids Six Mile K-Kids Pendleton K-Kids "Builders Clubs"
    Our Middle School/Junior High Programs R.C. Edwards Builders Club Riverside Builders Club "Key Clubs" Our High School Programs Daniel Key Club Pendleton Key Club "Circle K Clubs" Our Collegiate Level Programs Clemson Circle K Club Southern Wesleyan University Circle K
    If you have any problems, suggestions or comments concerning this page, please contact Jennie Tinsley

    77. The Boys And Girls Clubs Of Oakland Core Programs
    Our Core programs Vehicles for Development. Character and Leadership Development empowers youth to support and influence their Club and community, sustain
    Our Core Programs
    Vehicles for Development
    • Character and Leadership Development empowers youth to support and influence their Club and community, sustain meaningful relationships with others, develop a positive self-image, participate in the democratic process, and respect their own and others' cultural identities.
      Education and Career Development
      enables youth to become proficient in basic educational disciplines, apply learning to everyday situations and embrace technology to achieve success in a career.
      Health and Life Skills
      develops young people's capacity to engage in positive behaviors that nurture their own well-being, set personal goals, and live successfully as self-sufficient adults.
      The Arts
      enables youth to develop their creativity and cultural awareness through knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts, craft, performing arts, and creative writing.
      Sports, Fitness and Recreation
      develops fitness, positive use of leisure time, skills for stress management, appreciation for the environment, and social skills.
    Character and Leadership Development Junior Staff and Junior Leader Career Development:
    The Junior Staff component provides paid employment opportunities for deserving members 14 years of age and older. The Junior Leaders component provides volunteer opportunities for younger members who aspire to Junior Staff status. This program assists members in the exploration of the human service field in preparation for a leadership role as professional or volunteer.

    78. Related Links: Children And Youth Program Resources
    The mission of the Boys and Girls clubs is to inspire and enable all youth up to age 18 Over 25 programs are offered nationwide in the following areas
    Children and Youth Resources These links provide information on children and youth programs potentially available for military-civilian partnership efforts to enhance services for military children and youth. Federal initiatives and Web sites for children are also included. Although the Department of Defense does not endorse these Web sites, military agencies are encouraged to work with these and other civilian agencies to expand services, to enhance staff training, and to share information on effective programs and practices. Please note: The following links will take you out of the Military Children and Youth Web site. Come back to see us soon!
    Private Organization Links 4-H Clubs
    4-H Clubs are dedicated to helping youth age 5 to 21 reach their potential. 4-H provides opportunities for youth to develop life skills and learn by doing through a range of activities offered at camps, state 4-H youth gatherings, and national 4-H Conferences. Technology related opportunities are available as well. 4-H Clubs exist on local, county, district, state, national, and international levels. See Web site for contact information in your area. Aspen Youth Services

    79. BGCA | Programs
    Boys Girls clubs of America has a lineup of tested and proven nationally recognized programs that address today s most pressing youth issues, teaching young
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    About Our Programs
    More than 25 national programs are available in the areas of education, the environment, health, the arts, careers, alcohol/drug and pregnancy prevention, gang prevention, leadership development and athletics. Choose from the list below to learn more about each program:
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    80. Rotary International: Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA): Programs Worldwide
    organized and to learn how to improve existing programs. attendees is usually done by Rotary clubs, District 1260 This RYLA program, open to youth ages 1830
    Contribute Shop Club Locator Discuss ... 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 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 Download Contact Us Information Participate District RYLA Chairs Resources Download Download Center
    Download these documents as pdf files: RYLA Brochure RYLA Guidelines Contact Us
    Programs Worldwide
    Below you'll find a sampling of events that illustrate the variety of RYLA programs around the world. Before developing a program in your community, Rotary International recommends organizers visit other RYLA events to investigate how other events are organized and to learn how to improve existing programs. For a summary of RYLA events held during 2000-01, download the

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