AWANA Children's Club
Contact: Jason Tarcon, 778-1915

Description: A Christian club for children that meets every
Monday evening

Army Cadets

Contact: Capt. I. McDermid 778-2711
Address: 53 Baxter Cres, T7S 1 E6

Contact: Steve Carlson 778-2075

Brownies (ages 7-9)
Contact: Dee O'Leary 778-5492

Whitecourt Environmental Society

Contact: Gary Smith, 778-3214
Address: c/o 11 Park Drive, T7S 1 H8

Girl Guides of Canada

Shelley Fischer (commissioner) at 780-779-0036
Deputy commissioner Nathalie Beaudoin at 780-778-2685

Description: Girl Guides of Canada is an organization that offers unique opportunities for girls and young women. The Guiding program is activity-based and includes such topics as life skills, leadership skills, fitness, service activities, camping and the outdoors. Sparks - 5 & 6; Brownies - 7 to 9; Guides 9 to 12; Pathfinders - 12 to 15; Senior Branches - 15 to 18

721 Hawk Squadron Air Cadets

Contact: Ocdt. Andy Moore, 778-2806
Address: 5545 - 52 Street (Rodeo Grounds Building)
Box 335, T7S 1N5

Description: 721 Hawk Squadron promotes leadership, discipline, self-respect, physical fitness and stimulates interest in the Air Element of the Canadian Armed Forces. We arc committed to develop today's youth to be tomorrow's leaders.

1st Whitecourt Scouting Association

(Scouting & Cub Information)
Contact: Dale Lewis, 778-8525

Whitecourt Woodsmen - Junior Forest Wardens

Contact: Mike Poscente, 778-7257
Email: mike.poscente@gov.ab.ca
Address: Provincial Bidg., 5020 - 52 Ave., T7S I N2

Description: The Junior Forest Warden (JFW) Program is a refreshing opportunity for boys and girls aged 6-18 to become involved in exciting, new outdoor experiences in an affordable family atmosphere. The JFW program is designed to develop an awareness, appreciation and respect for our natural environment. The four foundations of the JFW program are Forestry, Ecology, Wood-Travel and Leadership. It is a physically challenging, active, educational experience that involves discovering the forest environment through activities in forestry, ecology and outdoor skills and leadership.

Whitecourt Woodsmen - Junior Forest Rangers
Contact: Cory Rhett, 778-7167
Email: cory.rhett@gov.ab.ca
Website: www.albertajfr.ca
Address: Provincial Bidg., 5020 - 52 Ave., T7S 1N2

Description: The Junior Forest Rangers is an exciting, paid, outdoor summer work/education opportunity open to Alberta high school students. Leam about fighting wildfire, environmentally sound forest management techniques, and dozens of environmental career options through a unique combination of work, tours, courses and presentations. It's an unforgettable summer job for all participants. Participants must apply and be a minimum of 16 years of age. Please visit the above website for more information