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A place where you can learn more about the local youth activities offered and available in this area.
A local chapter of the MOMS (Moms Offering Moms Support) Club. MOMS Club is an International nonprofit organization created to provide a social and support network for mothers of young children! We provide the opportunity to meet other Granite Bay families and share activities with mothers and their children! Expectant mothers are definitely welcome!
We will have park play days, playgroups for children of all ages, meetings with interesting speakers and discussions, babysitting co-ops, activity groups, and a monthly MOMS Night Out (activity groups change according to members' interests). We also perform service projects to help needy children in our community! Our chapter will primarily meet during the day because that's when most mothers need support. We welcome mothers to bring their children with them to our activities!
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The goal of Boy Scouts is to develop character, promote citizenship, and encourage personal fitness. We do this through a variety of activities that are fun and challenging for the Scouts, who learn new skills, develop friendships, and earn awards for their efforts. If you are interested in learning more about Troop 48, please visit our website at pack48granitebay.com/. We encourage you to visit one of our troop meetings.
The Scout motto is "Be prepared." It means to be prepared for life -- to live happily and without regret, knowing that you have done your best. Troop 121 provides a framework within which to develop as a Scout and a leader, providing an opportunity not only for personal growth, but also to experience friendships, fun and adventure. Find out how you can join.
The Eureka Youth Soccer Club is dedicated to our youth and setting an atmosphere where through the soccer experience we help young people learn life lessons and positive character traits that will help them be successful throughout their lives. Primary sport is Soccer.
Phone: (916) 638-4475
By becoming a Girl Scout your daughter will reach her full potential in an all-girl environment. We will help her develop confidence, strong leadership and social skills, a social conscience, a conviction about her own potential and self-worth, and moral, ethical and social values that will provide her the foundation for a successful future.
Girl Scouts Heart of Central California depends on our dedicated volunteers to carry out the Girl Scout program. More than 10,500 adults volunteer their time and talents to make a difference in girls’ lives.
Want to help a girl realize her full potential? Whether you have an hour, a day, a weekend or more, the energy you share with instill confidence in girls that will last a lifetime. The Girl Scouts Heart of Central California is looking for volunteers that represent the diversity that we live in- men and women; senior citizens and young adults; people of all racial and ethnic backgrounds; anyone who wants to make a difference in the lives of girls.
To learn about volunteer positions or to find a troop, please call 916-452-9181 or go to www.girlscoutshcc.org.
Our competitive program is for athletes ages 6-19. We field teams in NorCal and National Premier League. Tryouts are in May, with light travel, team training and commitment nearly year round.
Our community soccer program is for ages 5-19 with teams competing locally in the Placer Youth Soccer League. Registration is in the Spring. Soccer season runs August to November.
Address: 4120 Douglas Blvd │ #306-99 │Granite Bay, CA 95746
Junior Grizzly Football is committed to excellence: motivating and challenging participants through a partnership of players, cheerleaders, coaches, parents, and community. Success for our young people will be defined as the self-satisfaction in knowing they have done the best that they are capable of doing.
The Lakeside Board of Directors meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Granite Bay Library, 6475 Douglas Boulevard, from November through July. The annual meeting to elect a new Board of Directors is held in October. Meetings are open to all interested parties.