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  1. Supervisors' school club manual;: Youth program by William R Bridges, 1966
  2. Staying Shipshape.(Youth Sailor program at the Chicago Yacht Club): An article from: U.S. Kids
  3. Adult service clubs and their programs for youth by Ann K Fitzgerald, 1991
  4. Church of the Brethren youth club: An after-school program for children and youth by Emily Mumma, 1977
  5. Appaloosa Youth Program Horsemanship Manual (Appaloosa Horse Club, Moscow, Idaho)
  6. 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
  7. The club, the leader, the program by Aharon Kessler, 1945
  8. A safe haven for youth : boys & girls clubs in public housing communities (SuDoc HH 1.2:Y 8/4)
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. Organizing a successful 4-H community club program with Native Americans (Informational paper) by Fariba Pendleton, 1993
  12. Blueprint for employment: A Girls Clubs of America program guide by Valerie Oliver-Durrah, 1982
  13. 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
  14. The activities club program;: A report from the Flint Schools' Experimental Program for the Emotionally Handicapped by Charles C Jung, 1964

101. ApHC Youth Program
territories meet to discuss their recommendations regarding programs, rules and Regional Club youth Participation The ApHC encourages youth participation on a

AYA Youth Directors
ApHC Official Handbook - Youth Rules Awards
Youth Association Newsletter
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The Appaloosa Youth Association (AYA)
The Appaloosa Youth Association was established to emphasize good horsemanship through proper methods of training both horse and rider; to provide recognition for young people who own or show Appaloosas; to promote ideals of citizenship, sportsmanship, showmanship, and leadership, and to promote capabilities of youth in breeding, raising, and competing on Appaloosas. A variety of activities are available and may include team tournaments, speech contests, art and essay contests, photography contests, youth clinics, scholarships, horse shows, meetings and banquets. The AYA offers a national point system. Points earned may lead to various lifetime awards, annual high point awards and awards to recognize outstanding youth horses. There are programs designed for the beginning showman as well as those that challenge the most advanced exhibitor.

102. Youth Programs
FIRST helps change the face of science and scientists by inviting role models to participate in club programs and helping girls expand their career options.
Visitor Info
Calendar of Events Planetarium MegaDome Theater Exhibits ... Other Oakland Visitor Attractions
Ask one of the girls in the Female Involvement in Real Science and Technology (FIRST) project what she'd like to be when she grows up. You are likely to hear about a career in science. Unlike many girls who lose interest and confidence in science, girls in FIRST hold onto their dreams of becoming engineers, doctors, and astronauts. With a grant from the National Science Foundation, the FIRST program has created an informal setting for girls to engage in hands-on science at elementary and middle schools in the Oakland Unified School District. The California School for the Blind in Fremont, California joined the FIRST program this year and will continue to be funded through the 2000-2001 school year. FIRST links FIRST Science Clubs Role Models FIRST Science Clubs in Action FIRST Classrooms ... FIRST Partners
Girls FIRST: A Guide to Starting Science Clubs for Girls
Girls FIRST: A Guide to Starting Science Clubs for Girls by Linda Kekelis and Etta Heber.

103. LIFELines
Military youth Program Directory This directory lists the youth programs at military installations and affiliations with 4H and Boys and Girls Club of America
Home Help Site Map Manage Search LIFELines My Community Active Duty Children and Youth Civilian Personnel Command Leadership ... VIrtual Business Owners Communities : Children and Youth Navy Youth
Here's the information on Navy youth programs and relocation tips as well as links to a variety of informative college websites.
Boys and Girls Clubs

Boys and Girls Clubs programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence.
Military Teens on the Move

This Web site, which is sponsored by the Department of Defense, assists military youth with relocation and other teen issues. Assistance is provided through a chat room for communicating with military teens around the world, bulletin board, and links to a wide array of information sources.
Military Youth Program Directory
This directory lists the youth programs at military installations worldwide along with information on the availability of school-age care, sports, relocation/sponsorship, teen centers, and affiliations with 4-H and Boys and Girls Club of America. Two versions of this directory are provided:
The Service edition lists Military Youth Programs by Military Service and the State and foreign country edition lists Military Youth Programs by state and country. To access either directory

104. Youth Trips, For Schools, Boys Clubs, Boy Scouts, Groups At Three Rivers Whitewa
youth GROUP ADVENTURES WITH THREE RIVERS WHITEWATER Three Rivers Whitewater, Inc. Whitewater rafting is a great activity for youth groups.
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Three Rivers Whitewater, Inc. is a well-established outfitter specializing in personalized, safe and unforgettable trips. Unparalleled hospitality and service is our goal. Our management and staff are personally committed to ensuring that all of our guests receive the best customer service possible. From your first phone call to your departure, we will give you friendly, courteous service and go that extra step to ensure that all of your needs are met. Your safety is equally important to us. To ensure that our guides have the most knowledge available to safely guide our guests down the rivers, we are the only outfitter in Maine that arranges and pays for all of our guides to be nationally certified in Swift Water Rescue.
Whitewater rafting is a great activity for youth groups. They learn teamwork and paddling skills while having the time of their life. Three Rivers Whitewater would like to be your host and work with your group to design an outdoor experience centered around whitewater rafting trips down the Kennebec River. We offer a wide range of exciting trips and packages.
We understand that youth groups have rules and guidelines that they are required to follow. For this reason our guides understand, and agree, that when we have youth groups staying and rafting with us there are never any inappropriate jokes or swearing. All of our employees are neat and appropriately dressed.

105. Calgary Boys And Girls Club Community Services - Providing Hope For A Positive T
Since 1939, Boys and Girls Club Community Services A multitude of vital programs which address serious served more than 29,000 children, youth and families in
June 12, 2004
Our Mission is to ensure that all children and youth have equal opportunity to develop the skills, resources and relationships necessary to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring individuals. Since 1939, Boys and Girls Club Community Services (BGCCS) has addressed the risks and sometimes overwhelming challenges our world presents to children. A multitude of vital programs which address serious issues that impact our children are offered in more than 80 Calgary communities. Last year alone, BGCCS served more than 29,000 children, youth and families in the City of Calgary. Boys and Girls Club Community Services have met all standards of the Charity Review Program of the Better Business Bureau. For more information on this, please contact the Better Business Bureau directly at 531-8780. © 2004 - Boys and Girls Club of Calgary Community Services ~ Design by Avitrax Web Design

106. Champaign County 4-H And Youth Programs
More and more youth are experiencing the benefits of 4H participation through community club programs, after school activities and 4-H School Enrichment
About 4-H/Youth Programs
4-H in Champaign County is growing. More and more youth are experiencing the benefits of 4-H participation through community club programs, after school activities and 4-H School Enrichment programs.
We reach youth through membership in community 4-H clubs.
  • There are 30 different traditional clubs in the area. Volunteers in the community meet with these youth monthly.
    The 4-Her selects a project from over 100 categories in the Illinois Clover
    ). 4-Hers plan what they want to learn and how they will accomplish this task.
    Many of them participate in an exhibit show sometime during the summer months. Their projects are judges and they receive awards.
    Over 100 4-H youth participated in the Illinois State Fair in 2003. They exhibited many projects including horses, beef, swine, sheep, photography, clothing, flower arranging, and many more. Several presented the project demonstration or public presentation speech.
    More than 8,000 young people in Champaign County participated in the 4-H School Enrichment Program during the 2002-2003 school year. Teachers may use curriculum materials we provide to them about subjects like identification of trees, nutrition, and intergenerational understanding of the elderly.

107. WISE KIDS Training And Consultancy
programs developed can be bilingual (English and Welsh) where appropriate. If you, your organisation, youth club or online centre would like to
AIMS CONTACT WISE KIDS Training and Consultancy WISE KIDS provides training and consultancy to develop and promote programs to raise awareness of Internet safety issues and positive use of the Internet. These programs are appropriate for community groups, librarians, youth organisations, local education authorities and schools and businesses across Wales and elsewhere. Some of these programs include: An Internet WISE training day which covers some of the following elements
  • understanding what the online safety issues are: e.g. chat danger, porn hijacking, spam, viruses and hoaxes, collection of personal information, inaccurate information, race and hate propaganda sites understanding how access to these sites happen, learning how to evaluate websites and email understanding how to minimise the dangers to young people, including filtering options, the use of family friendly search engines, secure email learning how to report spam, harassment, abuse and child pornography.
"Youth Internet Expert Empowerment program"

108. Forestry Youth Programs - Junior Forest Wardens
A list of club locations and club level contacts can be found below. View a summary of the Forestry youth staff responsibilities and organization chart here.
Contact Us
Location: Alberta Government Sustainable Resource Development Wildfires Forestry Youth Programs ... Junior Forest Wardens Last Review/Updated: December 16, 2003
Staff Each of the following people will be able to provide you with information regarding Junior Forest Wardens, Long Lake Camp, Outreach Program, Junior Forest Warden positions and other major events. Please contact the representative nearest you for club support and information on forming a JFW club. A list of club locations and club level contacts can be found below. These numbers are accessible, toll-free, by first dialing the RITE system at 310-0000. Area Name Phone Fax E-mail Head Office Daena Locke
(Edmonton) Southern Regional
Co-ordinator Cory Doll
(Calgary) Assistant Southern
Co-ordinator Peggy Dolen
(Calgary) Central Regional
Co-ordinator Kathy Hendren
(Edmonton) Northwest Regional
Co-ordinator Rick Moyse (Peace River)

109. Houston Astros Community Youth Programs - Coca-Cola Buddies
Community. youth programs Coca-Cola Buddies Club. Astros Buddies Club Be part of the team and join the 2004 Coca-Cola Astros Buddies Club.

110. City Of Fresno-Parks Youth Programs
youth programs Sunset Neighborhood Center Teen Club. The club meets twice a month and the club is open to all teens from the ages of 13 through 19.
Contact Information 2326 Fresno Street
Fresno, CA 93721
Phone 559-621-2900
FAX 559-498-1588
Links Parks Home Page Park Listing Community Center Listing Park Map ... Parks Events Youth Programs Sunset Neighborhood Center Teen Club The club meets twice a month and the club is open to all teens from the ages of 13 through 19. They discuss health education and drug intervention topics, and plan dances and fundraisers to sponsor field trips to San Francisco and Santa Cruz, and camping excursions. Highway City Neighborhood Center Teen Club This teen club meets twice a month on the 2nd and 4th Thursday to discuss upcoming fundraisers such as basketball tournaments, pizza book sales and car washes. They plan fields trips to Magic Mountain, Santa Cruz, Hearst Castle and Giants Baseball Games. The club gets involved in community service projects such as cleaning yards for senior citizens in the area. The club also has plans for workshops and invites various organizations such as the Fresno Police Department Gang Task Force to speak to the youth regarding gang violence prevention programs every other month. Ted C. Wills and Pinedale Community Centers and Einstein, Lafayette, Quigley Parks Teen Clubs

111. BGCA | Specialized Programs
and proven Targeted Outreach program identifies and recruits delinquent youth, or those at risk of delinquency, into ongoing Club programs and activities.
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Through ClubTech, and thanks to a more than $100 million donation from Microsoft These initiatives emphasize community mobilization and family involvement as strategies Clubs can use to better serve more young people and broaden the impact of all Club programs. View artwork from the 2002-2003 National Digital Arts Festivals. Virtual Gallery Gang Prevention/Intervention Through Targeted Outreach
In response to the number of youth gangs growing in cities and expanding to suburban and rural communities, BGCA has developed a special gang prevention and intervention initiative targeting youth ages 6-18. Through referrals from schools, courts, law enforcement and community youth service agencies, the tested and proven Targeted Outreach program identifies and recruits delinquent youth, or those "at risk" of delinquency, into ongoing Club programs and activities. This initiative is sponsored by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice. Family Support
Family support activities, programs and events are designed to benefit Club members by promoting family stability, cohesion and connection. Examples include family fun nights, parenting classes, referral services, job skills training programs and single-parent support groups. This program is funded by The Annie E. Casey Foundation.

112. Kids Running - Running Programs
Other Model programs To Help you Build your Running Program. Superior Track and Field Summer Program youth Club. Catskills Mile Series youth Club.
Build a running program at home or at school
Starting a School Running Program, Part 1
Part 2
Best Practices: Giving Back to the Kids by Carol Goodrow Run to Read and Write! Mrs. Goodrow's Classroom Family Fun Run Combining Running and Literacy Parker School's Mileage Club Recess lap program and special on parents running with kids at recess. HAVE AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5K for a fundraiser. Here's how we did it at out town. RED RIBBON Our FLAGSHIP running/literacy program. New for 2002. Perfect for home, school, club or team settings. Run the Seasons A KidsRunning.Com Original
Perfect for classroom or home use. Run 100 days and enrich your love of nature. Log-a-Mile Another popular classroom or home program. Keep track of your distance and fill in our charts. Rainbow Cave A run to read and color program. This program is for our youngest runners. Kids run distances of 50 meters and read 'color' words while they color in their distance charts. What are you going to do with your toe token? Birch Grove Primary School's Recess Lap Program. Photos of a recess program. Take a look and consider starting a recess lap program at your school. PE CENTRAL's Log It Program. Get Kids Moving!

113. RegionOnline, National Network Of Regional Communi An Affiliate Of
Cheerleading and football programs provided. Non profit innercity youth group in need of funding/short term sponsors average donation Pacific Rowing Club.

114. Liverpool Public Library Youth Programs
All programs are subject to change. Reading Club runs June 28 August 7. Pick up a youth Services summer calendar in the Children s Room in May.
For details on Youth Services programs please phone 457-0310, ext. 120. When registration is required, Liverpool Central School District residents may register the first day. Non-residents may begin to register the following day. Unless specified, all programs are held in the Carman Community Room. All programs are subject to change. Special program funding provided by the Friends of the Liverpool Public Library.
Program Name Description Location/Date/Time Registration Information Drop In For Crafts!
Preschool through grade 6
All materials provided. . Welcome summer by crafting a summertime shaker, a chimp bag puppet and color a summery picture.
No registration required. Drop in for Mother Goose Carman Community Room Date Time Thursday, June 17 10:00 - 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 17 11:00 - 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 26 11:00 - 11:30 a.m. No registration required. New York is Read White Blue 2004 Summer Reading Club Signup Come to the Summer Reading Club kickoff. Register for the children's or teen summer reading clubs and stay for arts and crafts. Reading Club runs June 28 - August 7. Pick up a Youth Services summer calendar in the Children's Room in May. Preschool-grade 12 Carman Community Room
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

115. Alcohol And Youth Programs
Friday Night Live (FNL) Partnerships Part of a statewide network of FNL partnerships, YLI s Friday Night Live and Club Live programs engage youth in examining
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Youth Programs The programs listed below provide excellent opportunities for young people and adults to work together in environmental Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) prevention. These organizations also promote social change in the fields of youth development, violence prevention, school reform, and youth civic engagement. MARIN COUNTY AND BAY AREA Youth Leadership Institute's (YLI) Friday Night Live (FNL) Partnerships
Part of a statewide network of FNL partnerships, YLI's Friday Night Live and Club Live programs engage youth in examining the social and environmental messages that support substance use and in developing policy solutions to community issues. Youth participants organize and implement projects designed to have a sustained community impact. YLI operates FNL partnerships in San Francisco, Marin, and San Mateo counties. For more information, contact Director of Prevention Eddie Kaufman , visit the YLI Web site , or contact YLI at: 246 First Street, Suite 400

116. The National 4-H Web
Submit A Workshop Proposal and present at the 2004 National 4H Conference This site was made by the National 4-H youth Technology Leadership Team and is

About 4-H
News Resources Technology
2004 National 4-H Technology Conference
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or visit the conference website
This site was made by the
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and is hosted by NC State University
The 4-H Name and Emblem are protected by federal statute 18 U.S.C.707.

117. The Benevolent & Protective Order Of Elks Of The USA
May 24, 2004. Home Our programs, our history, and membership information. A directory of local lodges and State Associations. Donate
June 12, 2004
BPO Elks of the USA
Welcome to the BPO Elks of the USA. With more than 1.1 million members in more than 2,100 local lodges nationwide, the Elks are one of the largest and most active fraternal organizations in the world! WHAT'S NEW? More News!
Visit the Elks Veterans Memorial
in Chicago, IL!
Visit the Elks National Home in Bedford, VA!
Every time you use the card, you'll contribute to the Elks at no additional cost.

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