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Boys and Girls Club of Olds and Area|
Hours: Monday to Thursday 8:30 am - 3:30 pm; Fridays by Appointment
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4186, Olds, Alberta T4H 1P8
The Boys and Girls Club of Olds and Area was established in 2006 as a society as a much-needed affordable community based service for children, youth and families in the Town of Olds and area. We are members of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada. Under the direction of our own volunteer Board of Directors we are responsible for all our own fundraising but follow the guidelines for program and service delivery set out by the Boys and Girls Club of Canada. The Club programs focus on four key areas essential to health child development: Physical Activity; Health and Safety; Leadership; Growth and Empowerment; Learning and Career Development & Community Service. Programs currently being offered: Network of Private Childcare Operators; Before and After School Care Program; at OES & Holy Trinity Preschool Programs for ages 2.5 - 5 Cool Moves Program; 2012 Family Triathlon; Universal Lunch Group Opportunities - at the school; Recreation Health & Wellness Program; Art & Culture Program; Peace Builders Project; Summer Programs for ages 2.5 - 14; Please contact us for further information pertaining to each program. 403-556-2466.
First Olds Scouts
Phone: 403-556-3514 Michelle Maschke, Group Comittee Chair
Street Address: 4802 49 St
Olds, AB T4H 1E3
The aim of Scouts Canada is to help youth and adults develop their characters as resourceful and responsible members of the community by providing opportunities and guidance for their mental, physical, social and spiritual development. This aim is expressed in ways that are appropriate to the age range and capabilities of the members.
1st Olds Beaver Colony Beavers is a creative program for youth 5 to 7 years of age. Its basic philosophy is the concept of sharing and caring for the world around them. Contact one of the Leaders above.
1st Olds Cub Pack The 1st Olds Cub Pack provides an active program for children ranging in age from 7 to 10 years of age. The main objective of the Cub program is to help young children develop their potential and adjust to their environment. Besides the regular meetings at the Scout Hall, the children go on several excursions and camping trips. Contact one of the Leaders above.
1st Olds Scout Troup The purpose of Scouting is to help children aged 11 to 13 develop their character as resourceful and responsible members of the community by providing opportunities and guidance for their mental, physical, social and spiritual development. The group goes camping, learns different crafts and earns badges. To finance these activities they deliver telephone books, hold bottle drives, host an apple campaign and sell Christmas trees. Contact one of the Leaders above.
1st Olds Venturers For youth aged 14 to 17 years. Venturers is a self-directed program with a focus on extreme outdoor activities and citizenship. Contact one of the Leaders above.
Girl Guides of Canada - Num Ti Jah District
Phone: 800-565-8111 toll free for information on all programs
Sparks 5 and 6 years Brownies 7 and 8 years Guides 9 to 12 years Pathfinders 12 to 15 years Senior Branches 15 to 17+ years Adults 18 years and older Guiding is a modern tradition that honours the magic of being a girl and becoming the best that you can be. Guiding provides program opportunities that are centred on fun, friendship and adventure. Girls learn about sharing and co-operation, and acquire skills that will last a lifetime. The aim of Girl Guides of Canada is to help girls and young women become responsible citizens, able to give leadership and service to the community. Volunteer leaders share their love of fun and adventure, with crafts, games and songs, camping and outdoor activities, and help girls explore the world around them, including international travel opportunities. They experience the joy of contributing to the lives and futures of girls of all ages. Girl Guides of Canada is part of a worldwide movement of 10 million members in 144 countries, the largest organization for girls and women in the world. Call Linda Reade for further information at 403-556-6647.
Phone: 403-507-3755 Osi Cruz-Lahtinen
Street Address: Word of Life Church
Mailing Address: 4410 47 Ave, Olds, AB T4H 1A2
On Sundays, children can enjoy a 1½ hour program just for them! Music, activities and learning are all centred around family values. Sundays from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. Transportation is provided to and from the event.
Royal Canadian Air Cadets No. 185 Squadron Olds
Phone: 403-556-7630 Office
Street Address: 5205 52 St. olds
Mailing Address: Box 3982, Olds, AB T4H 1P6
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Netook Gliding Centre contact Andrew Sturrock 403-556-1156,Ross Hamilton 403-556-2874,Edward Wiper 403-556-7541 Parade Night ................6:30pm-9:30pm every Thursday Interested in Flight, Wilderness, Survival, Marksmanship and Leadership? The Air Cadets provide aviation, citizenship and leadership activities for youth between the ages of 12 to 19. No. 185 Squadron is sponsored by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 105 Olds and is supported with materials and training from the Canadian Armed Forces. Cadets are not obligated to serve in the Armed Forces. For more information check us out at www.185olds.com
Royal Canadian Army Cadets No. 3025 Didsbury
Phone: 403.335.4719 Office
Mailing Address: PO Box 989, Didsbury, AB T0M 0W0
Parade (Meeting) Night 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm every Monday, Victoria Square Mall, Didsbury
Royal Canadian Army Cadets is a national youth organization supported by the Army Cadet League of Canada, the Canadian Forces, and sponsored by the Didsbury Elks, Royal Canadian Legion #105 Olds, and other local organizations. Partnering together, they provide uniforms, equipment, training and financial support. Army Cadets started in 1879, and today there are over 23,000 Cadets in more than 450 Corps. We encourage males and females aged 12 to 18 in Mountain View County to join our local Corps, and to participate in its weekly adventure and outdoor training activities and skill building. Cadets learn many things that may be used throughout their entire lives. Training is done in a challenging yet disciplined environment. Cadets are not part of the Canadian Forces. There is no cost to join.
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