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  1. Winter Sports Equipment and Accessories in Italy: A Strategic Entry Report, 1998 by The Consumer Products Research Group, 1999-11-04
  2. Ducks tackle group project.(Sports)(With Kraayeveld out, Oregon turns to four-player rotation on front line): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  3. Unfamiliar faces try to fill familiar spaces.(Sports)(A new group of candidates lines up to take over as Oregon's tight ends): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  4. Portland trying to lure Expos.(Sports)(Relocation: Group, led by David Kahn, wants to bring the major-league franchise to the Rose City.): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  5. UO defense flexes muscles.(Sports)(Scrimmage: A group of experienced defenders give the Ducks' offense problems.): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  6. Masters athletes enter blocks.(Sports)(The age-group national championships begin today at Hayward Field): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  7. The 1997 Nagano Symposium on Sports Sciences by Nagano Symposium on Sports Sciences (1997), 1998-05
  8. The Official Encyclopedia of Sports and Games by Diagram Group, 1983-03
  9. Fox and geese. (how to play a group game in the snow)(Outdoor Sports and Indoor Pastimes.): An article from: Child Life by Eric Dixon, 1996-01-01
  10. Step by Step Tennis and Racket Sports: The Complete Illustrated Guide (Step By Step Sports) by Diagram Group, 2003-01-01
  11. Motor Sports (Sports Facts) by Diagram Group, 1992-10-08
  12. Combat Sports (Sports Facts) by Diagram Group, 1992-10-08
  13. Step by Step Soccer: The Complete Illustrated Guide (Step By Step Sports) by Diagram Group, 2000-11-15
  14. Swimming Games and Activities for Individuals, Partners and Groups of Children (Other Sports) by Jim Noble, Alan Cregeen, 1999-12

41. Community Recreation And Sports Groups
Community Recreation and sports groups. The Vulcan and District Recreation Departmentoffers a widerange of recreational activities for all age groups.
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Community Recreation and Sports Groups
The Vulcan and District Recreation Department offers a wide-range of recreational activities for all age groups.
  • Skating Club
  • Recreation Hockey
  • Karate Club
  • Drop-in Volleyball/Basketball
  • Seniors Drop-in Center
  • Bodyworks Fitness Center
  • Minor Baseball
  • Slo-Pitch League
  • Curling
  • Cultural Events
  • Creative Kids
  • Minor Hockey
  • Track Club
  • Sparks/ Brownies
  • Minor Soccer
  • Scouting Association For further information please contact the Recreation Director at (403) 485-2554 or e-mail at
    Pool Complex
    Ice Plex
    Golf Course
  • 42. Welcome To American Publishers
    Schools, sports groups and local organizations can earn 50% profit selling magazines and music selections; over 800 selections from which to choose.
    Helping schools and organizations raise money is our business. We have helped schools raise money for programs and worthwhile projects for many years. You can rely on APH to bring you quality products and excellent service. APH will help you select the best program to meet your school's or organization's needs. We invite you to join the thousands of schools and youth organizations that have made their fundraising goals come true. Fundraising made easy for schools, school bands, school sports, soccer teams, PTO/PTA groups, church groups, little league, community groups, youth organizations, cheerleading and many more. APH fundraising programs help ensure happy, satisfied customers and long term success for your school or community organization.
    APH commits to making sure your customers receive accurate, timely service and full value for their money.
    At the same time, your school or community organization retains a significant portion of each sale.

    43. Funding For Sports Groups - SYFAB Information Sheet
    Funding for sports groups. What do you need funding for? Groups in SouthYorkshire are covered by Sport England s Yorkshire Regional office.
    Text only version South Yorkshire Funding Advice Bureau
    I N F O R M A T I O N S H E E T S
    Funding for Sports Groups
    What do you need funding for?
    • With any funding application the first step is to establish your funding need. If there is more than one project you need to find funding for then work out which is the priority
    • Then do a careful costing
    • Before you apply to any funder you should spend some time working on making your case to funders, collect statistics to support your case, put it down on paper to form the basis of your application
    • Make sure you show that your group is well run and ready to use the grant if you get it.
    return to top
    Key funders of sports activity:
    Sport England (formerly The English Sports Council) distributes money from the National Lottery to sport in England. The Sport England Lottery Fund is divided into two core funds. Community Projects Fund - for local projects that everyone can access. World Class Fund - aimed at producing the medal-winners of tomorrow. The Community Projects Fund targets the following groups:
    • areas of socio-economic deprivation
    • young people
    • ethnic minority groups
    • people with disabilities
    • women and girls
    and has both revenue and capital programmes. Match funding is required. Groups in South Yorkshire are covered by Sport England's Yorkshire Regional office.

    44. Bolton School Boys' Division
    Camps Journeys. School Teams. Non sports groups. Outdoor Centres. Go back, Boys Home Page, Non sports groups Photographs. Monitors 1929. Monitors 1930. sport groups.htm
    Boys' Division old boltonians association Information Welcome Newsletter Diary Dates Reunions Contact us! Sports Football Rugby Golf Water Polo Committee Current Members Past Presidents Memories Scout Group School Teams Non Sports Groups Outdoor Centres Go back Boys' Home Page Non Sports Groups - Photographs
    Monitors 1929
    Monitors 1930 Deputy Monitors 1955-6 School Monitors 1948-9 ... School Monitors 1947-8

    45. Sports Groups
    sports groups Aikido of Missoula. Contact Raso Hultgren, 5498387,Box 8633, Missoula, 59807. Classes meet six days a week at Union
    Sports groups Aikido of Missoula. Contact Raso Hultgren, 549-8387, Box 8633, Missoula, 59807. Classes meet six days a week at Union Hall, 208 E. Main St., upstairs. A six-week beginner class is offered regularly. Aikido is a noncompetitive martial art. Alpine Club of Missoula. Members participate in various outdoors pursuits, including climbing, skiing, mountain biking, hiking, etc. Web site: Contact Luke Casady, 777-0190. Big Sky Practical Shooting Club. Conducts the sport of practical pistol shooting. Contact Paul Miner, 721-7214, or Joel Peters, 777-0608 or Box 2843, Missoula, 59806. Meets the fourth Thursday of the month, 7 p.m., basement of First Security Bank, Southgate branch. Web site Deep Creek Rifle Range , day use shooting available, $2 per shooter. West Riverside Rifle Range. Both operated by Hellgate Civilian Shooters. Call Roger, 543-3075. Five Valley Velo (cycling) and Team Stampede (triathlon) are groups of athletes of all ages and athletes with common interests in road cycling, mountain biking, triathlon and duathlon. Open to anyone with a positive attitude who is interested in training. President, Fred Michini. Contact Michini at Web site: Box 7225, Missoula, 59807. FC MISSOULA Inc.

    46. Town Of Meadow Lake - Sports Groups
    sports groups. To home page. Meadow Lake sports groups. The followingis a list of various sports groups in the area. If you
    Sports Groups
    Meadow Lake Sports Groups
    The following is a list of various sports groups in the area. If you would like your group listed, or want to change any information shown here, please contact Leah LeHoux at the Town Office, 236-3622. These listings are provided free of charge. Meadow Lake Adult Co-ed Orthodox Ball
    c/o Brent Assman
    17 Ducluzeau Place, Meadow Lake, SK. S9X 1B5
    Home: 236-4218 Meadow Lake Adult Co-ed Slo-Pitch
    c/o Frank Monroe
    507 - 1st Street West, Meadow Lake, SK. S9X 1C9
    Home: 236-2483 Meadow Lake Adult Co-ed Volleyball
    c/o Rosalie Brown
    520 - 5th Avenue West, Meadow Lake, SK. S9X 1A9
    Work: 236-3622 Meadow Lake Adult Recreation Hockey
    c/o Kent Miller 19 Bridger Drive, Meadow Lake, SK. S9X 2A1 Home: 236-3478 Meadow Lake Badminton Club c/o Evelyn MacIntosh 808 Centre Street, Meadow Lake, SK. S9X 1G3 Home: 236-6157 Meadow Lake Basketball Camp c/o Carla Waterman Box 2191, Meadow Lake, SK. S9X 1Z4 Home: 236-3305 Meadow Lake Curling Club c/o Maurice Demmans Box 822, Meadow Lake, SK. S9X 1Y6 Home: 236-2639 Meadow Lake In-Line Adult Hockey c/o Rick Dallyn 12 Ducluzeau Place, Meadow Lake, SK. S9X 1B5

    47. Sports Groups For Seniors In Grey Bruce
    GREY BRUCE SPORTS CLUBS. Golden Agers Bowlers Club Westside Bowl 3766020 Grey GraniteCurling Club 376-3407(yes) Square Dancing Sound Steppers Charle McClure
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    Golden Agers Bowlers Club
    Westside Bowl 376-6020
    Grey Granite Curling Club
    Square Dancing Sound Steppers
    Charle McClure 376-8530(yes)
    Roselawn Bowling Club Bob Malpass 371-8659 St. George's Lawnbowling Club Thomas Benson 376-4383 Senior Games Mike Myatt 376-1440 Seniors' Bowling Clark James 376-6020 Do have a column that you'd like to write or an idea for Canadian Senior Years? E-mail us: This web page was designed and developed by Ericka Hardy in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. She looks forward to developing a site for you! For more information, visit Webcraft or email List of Articles Column Ideas? Classifieds ... World Using Internet Explorer? Click here to make your default homepage. press CTRL D. var site="sm6senioryears" Home Advertising Information Contact Us

    48. University Of Bath Alumni Relations - Sports Groups
    only one! There are a number of alumni sports groups that meet up eachyear to reenact past glories or simply to visit old haunts.
    Does your kit still fit? If you still hold fond memories of scoring a winnning try or saving a last minute penalty, you're not the only one! There are a number of alumni sports groups that meet up each year to re-enact past glories or simply to visit old haunts. We have provided information on groups that we know of, but if you are a member of a group not listed, please let us know at and we will add you to the site. Bath Meles Boat Club You can view the club's website at: and contact them via High Fives For BOBCAT BOBCAT (Bath Old Boys Competitive Annual Tournament) celebrated its fifth anniversary this year and produced the closest and most exciting finish to date. First held in 1996, BOBCAT is a reunion weekend with a twist. Comprising ten-twelve Bath 1995 alumni from a pool of 16. In a unique reunion format, a sports competition is held over two days with the winner receiving a shield and the loser a large wooden spoon - along with the ignominy of having to organise the following years tournament! Held over the years at Centre Parcs and the University of Bath, activities include clay pigeon shooting, golf, badminton and tennis. For the less athletic, crown green bowls, pool and ten-pin bowling present the chance to make up ground.

    News / AU sports groups. AU sports groups Hello beautiful people’s.Your hardworking Sports Sabb along with the AU Exec have decided

    50. Air Charter Specialists Throughout New Zealand For Sports Groups, Conference And
    Air Charter Specialists Skylink - Air travel, group travel, conference incentivegroups, sports teams or VIP flights. New Zealand Travel Planner,|1|

    51. Sports Groups
    sports groups.

    52. Meetings, Support & Sports Groups, Workshops & Conferences
    Table of Contents Click on links below. MEETINGS. SUPPORT GROUPS. sports groups.WORKSHOPS. CONFERENCES. BACK TO TOP sports groups. A great selfesteem builder!
    Attend one now
    NYACK SEPTA Contact Septa 845-268-8503 or 845-358-3849 or email:
    Visit the SEPTA website for more info
    Please stay posted for information about upcoming SEPTA meetings.
    Join one today
    Rockland County
    Parent Support Network, Inc.
    A network of parents whose priority is supporting, educating and advocating for each other while raising children and adolescents with serious learning, emotional, social, behavioral and developmental disorders.
    For information about Parent Support Network and a calendar of events:
    or contact: Micki Leader at 845-359-6090
    Manhattan, NY
    Asperger Syndrome Support Group of New York City
    High Functioning Autism Pervasive Developmental Disorder
    e-mail to:
    Hudson Valley - Near Kingston-Woodstock
    The Asperger Network
    Contact: Mary Mistler 845-339-6728
    A great self-esteem builder!

    53. Enquiries
    Corporate Social Clubs sports groups Mix Mingle sports groups, Social Clubs,Shift Workers, Hospitality, etc. Are you stuck for ideas for your next event?
    Home Classes Timetable Social Club ... Sudio For Hire Sports Groups, Social Clubs, Shift Workers, Hospitality, etc.
    Are you stuck for ideas for your next event? We appreciate that new ideas can be hard to find to make your next event unique. At Salsa Rhythm we have put aside a week at the end of each term especially for social clubs or sports groups etc to partake in an awesome week of fun". Each class can be tailored to your needs.
    2. Each session is for 1 hour 30mins. 6-7.30pm or 8-9.30pm, other times are available by arrangement.
    3. Tell us if you would like to have the session exclusively for your group or combined with another.It doesn't matter if your group is large or small because this is a great way to get to know the people you work or compete with better in a relaxed social environment. But the more people you book the cheaper it is!
    $15 p.p. for groups 10 or less

    54. Sports
    Tennis Beach Volleyball Courts; Bonnyville Tennis Club; Outdoor Skateboard Park;sports groups; Bonnyville Golf and Country Club. ©2001 Town of Bonnyville.
    You Are Here: Home Administrative Staff
    Public Works

    Parks and Recreation
    Bonnyville Municipal Library

    Sports Click on the links below to go to:

    55. Vertical File--Michigan Recreation And Sports Groups
    Michigan Historical Collections. Michigan Recreation and sports groupsVertical File. This vertical file contains clippings, pamphlets
    Michigan Historical Collections
    Michigan Recreation and Sports Groups Vertical File
    This vertical file contains clippings, pamphlets, reprints, and other miscellaneous materials relating to Michigan recreation and sports groups including professional sports teams. To retrieve material from this section of the vertical file, fill out a call slip including the topic and the call number listed. For material described in this list as "Out box," use the call number listed, followed by "Out box," with the topic.
    Vertical file folder listing
    FR American Youth Foundation (Camp Miniwanca) FR Ann Arbor Bicycle League FR Ann Arbor Bicycle Touring Society FR Ann Arbor Camps FR Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club FR Ann Arbor Macintosh Users Group FR Ann Arbor Model Railroad Club FR Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club FR Ann Arbor Stamp Club FR Ann Arbor Track Club FR Ann Arbor Velo Club FR Barton Boat Club. Ann Arbor FR Circle Pines Center. Delton FR Detroit Boat Club FR Detroit Express (NASL) FR Detroit Golf Club FR Detroit Lions (football team) FR Detroit Red Wings (hockey team) FR Detroit Tigers (baseball team) FR Great Lakes Aikikai FR Great Lakes State Games FR Great Lakes Training Site Association FR Grosse Pointe Yacht Club FR Hiawatha Sportsman's Club FR Lakeside Club. Grand Rapids

    56. Cultural Activities: Sports Groups
    Squash Group Leader Poong In Lee ; British Traditional Sport Group LeaderKi Bum Kim * If you have general enquiries about sports activities, contact
  • Football Group
    Leader Dan Lee Badminton Group
    Leader Dan Lee Squash Group
    Leader Poong In Lee British Traditional Sport Group
    Leader Ki Bum Kim

  • * If you have general enquiries about sports activities, contact Sports Secretary Dan Lee

    57. Hmong Student Associations And Sports Groups
    Please send a link for your Hmong student association to Minnesota Student Association (University
    Please send a link for your Hmong student association to
    Hmong Minnesota Student Association (University of Minnesota)

    Hmong Student Association CSU-Sacramento

    Hmong Student Organization - UW-Stout

    Hmong Student Association - UW Madison
    Vipers Soccer Team

    58. Evanston Public Library
    Clubs and Service Organizations Neighborhood Organizations sports groupsPolitical Organizations. Clubs and Service Organizations. sports groups.
    Evanston Clubs and Organizations
    Chicago Area Directory of Organizations
    Lists approximately 1,600 clubs, groups, and other organizations throughout the metropolitan region. Compiled by the librarians of Chicago Public Library, it is arranged alphabetically and can be searched by its index or by using your browser’s "Find" function. This latest edition of the directory features the addition of e-mail and linked Web addresses for many of the organizations.
    Clubs and Service Organizations
    Neighborhood Organizations

    Sports Groups

    Political Organizations
    Clubs and Service Organizations
    • Alliance Francaise du North Shore
      Wanda Sauerman, Secretary
      The Club meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month in Wilmette Public Library's Auditorium (lower level), 1242 Wilmette Ave. Also offers lectures, book clubs, classes and conversation groups. American Association of University Women (AAUW)
      Mary Ann Swanson, North Shore Branch President
      The national organization provides grants, fellowships, and awards to promote education and equity for women and girls. The local branch also provides local scholarships. Open to currently enrolled students and graduates of four-year colleges and universities. There has been a branch in Evanston for 52 years, currently with 75 members. Amnesty International Group 50

    59. City Of Pleasanton, CA - Parks & Community Services
    CoSponsored sports groups. The City of Pleasanton has a number ofco-sponsored sports groups. Below are phone numbers for those
    Co-Sponsored Sports Groups The City of Pleasanton has a number of co-sponsored sports groups.
    Below are phone numbers for those groups, and website addresses (if applicable):
    Pleasanton American Little League, (925) 461-6542 Pleasanton Foothill Little League, (925) 417-5440 Pleasanton National Little League, (925) 974-8106 Pleasanton Pony Baseball, (925) 600-7669,
    Pleasanton Jr. Football League, (925) 277-8266,
    Ballistic United Soccer Club, (925) 846-7168, Pleasanton Adult Sunday Soccer, (925) 426-7277, Pleasanton Girls Soccer Association, (925) 209-9983,
    Pleasanton Girls Softball League, (925) 846-3051,
    What's New City Services ... Contact Us
    City of Pleasanton
    P.O. Box 520
    123 Main Street
    Pleasanton, California 94566-0802

    60. Residents Community Groups
    Inside Out Brochure sports groups PDF Aquatic/Boating Groups PDF Seniors GroupsPDF Special Needs Groups PDF. Community Group Links. sports groups PDF.

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