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After School Programs, Activities, and Clubs
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4-H Clubs209-223-6484
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Amador County has 7 separate 4-H clubs, each with its own leadership and range of activities. The University of California Cooperative Extension office for Amador County is located at 12200 B Airport Road in Jackson. The contact person is Jennifer Goerlitz, 4-H YDP Coordinator and she can be reached at jggoerlitz@ucanr.edu
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Amador County ROP 217 Rex Ave. Jackson, CA 95642-2020 209-267-5274
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Amador Area CHP Explorers209-223-4890
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301 Clinton Road, Jackson,CA. Advisor-Officer John Hardey
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E-mail: 295AmadorExplorer@chp.ca.gov
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Amador County Girls Softball Association206-256-6186
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Spring (March through May) activity is for girls ages 5 –14. Sign-ups are held in January.Contact Chris Lucke: acgsa12@gmail.com The website: http://acgsa.home.comcast.ne
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Amador Polar Bear Swim Team
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The Amador Swim Team (Team) provides area children the opportunity to swim competitively. The Team is a recreational team with primary emphasis on fun and fitness. We encourage swimming in a manner that provides recreation, self-discipline, good sportsmanship, and competition in the context of a "full family" experience for the swimmers. For more information see the team website at HYPERLINK http://www.amadorpolarbears.com The team is active April through mid July. Co-president mailing address: Julie Buckley, Amador Swim Team, PO Box 983, Jackson, CA 95642. She prefers email announcements sent to jbjbucks6@gmail.com
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Amador Youth Nuggets Football and Cheerleading209-513-0407
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Students in the Amador High School District can participate in youth football. This is for youth in elementary and junior high schools (7-14 years old), with a weight limit of 35 to 205 pounds. Sign-ups are in the spring with practice in August and games in the fall. Active July through November. Contact Tim Swisher for more information. Website: amadorjuniorbuffalosfootball.com You can also find us on FaceBook at Amador Junior Buffalos Football.
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Awana
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First Baptist Church of Jackson10700 State Highway 49-88 Jackson, CA 95642-9523209-223-2121
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Church At The Cross 21895 Homestead Rd Pine Grove, CA 95665-9694209-296-5075
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Cornerstone Church116 S Church StIone, CA 95640-9193209-274-4131
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Boy Scouts209-304-4724
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There are four troops in Amador County serving the communities of Jackson, Pine Grove, lone, Pioneer, Amador City, Sutter Creek and Plymouth. There are also 4 Cub Scout Packs serving Ione, Jackson, PineGrove, and Plymouth/Sutter Creek.
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Contact Greg Brewer at glbrewer@volcano.net
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Extended Learning After School Day Care Program209-257-5396
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Fiddletown 4-H Club 209-781-5273
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Location: Fiddletown Community CenterMeeting Time: 7 pm, 2nd Monday of the month
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Girl Scouts800-322-4475 or 916-453-5248
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The membership development specialist for Amador County is Joanna who can be reached at the regional office or email to: joanna.buch@girlscoutshcc.org
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Gold Nugget 4-H Club209-245-3971
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Location: Plymouth Town Hall Meeting Time: 3rd Monday of the month, 7 pm
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Grange209-610-9415
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The Grange is a national organization devoted to the protection, preservation and enhancement of agriculture, improvement in agricultural communities, and the families and friends of farming. There are two local Granges; one meets in Ione and one meets in Plymouth. Both have programs for youth (Junior & Youth Granges). For more information call Delores Larrigan Mailing Address: BX 727, Ione 95642. Website: californiagrange.org
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The Hub209-223-2300
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Located at 206B North Main Street, Jackson. This community center is designed to give youth structured and supervised activities after school and on weekends. Open during school from 2-5, Tues.thru Friday. Free to jr. hi school students. It also features youth activities on the weekends. Contact:Tracey Towner or Kim Traverso Facebook: Acraamadorcountyrecreationagency Website:www.goacra.org
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Ione Community 4-H Club209-217-7541
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Location: Ione ElementaryMeeting Time: 3rd or 4th Wednesday of the month, 6:30 pm
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Ione Marlins209-274-4543
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The Ione Marlins are active during the summer using the Ione Junior High pool. Contact Christy for further information. Their season starts the first Monday after school is out and goes through the month of July. Mailing Address: BX 865, Ione CA 95640. Website: ionemarlins.wordpress.com
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Jackson Gold Wheels 4-H Club209-256-3544
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Locations: Amador Board of Supervisors Chambers Times and locations may vary
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Jackson PAL
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33-D Broadway Jackson, Ca. 95642 209-223-1771
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Junior Mustang Football and Cheer Squad209-304-1246
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Students in the Argonaut High School District can participate in youth football. This is for youth in the 2ndthrough 8thgrades (ages 7 –14), with a weight limit up to to 220 pounds. Sign-ups are in the spring with practice starting the 1st Monday in August. Games run September through mid November. Contact: Jeff Cramer Website: www.juniormustangs.com FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/argonaut.jrmustangs
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Junior Team Tennis League209-304-0004
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This activity occurs during the spring and is for boys and girls ages 8 –15. Beginners are welcome. Practices are at various times during the week and matches are on Saturday afternoons. Registration will likely open in February and close by Mid March. Often run smaller league inthe Fall. Web site: http://www.amadortennisclub.org/jtt.html Contact Rosalie rescamilla@me.com or info@amadortennisclub.org Mailing Address: 11180 Ranchette Dr., Jackson CA 95642
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Mother Lode Youth Soccer League 209-223-2040
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The league season is in the fall (August to November) and is for youth ages 4 –14. Games are every Saturday in Howard Park (Ione).
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Motherlode Youth Symphony209-588-1530
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The Mother Lode Youth Symphony, now in its 11th season, features youth musicians aged 7 to 19 years, from Calaveras, Amador, and Tuolumne Counties. The MLYS provides these talented musicians an opportunity to play symphonic music under the leadership of a professional music conductor. Only opportunity forchildren playing string instruments in a group environment. Weekly practice during season.
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Shenandoah Valley 4-H Club209-418-8886
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Location: Shenandoah School HouseMeeting Time: 2nd Wednesday, 6:00 pm (times and locations may vary) Contact:Jim Spinetta at jimspinetta@me.com
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Sierra Eagles 4-H Club530-503-5883
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Location: 6851 Mt. Aukum Rd, Somerset Meeting Time & Location Vary Contact: Carolyn Holmes at wooleeacre@yahoo.com
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Willow Springs 4-H Club
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Location: Red Schoolhouse, 9535 New Chicago Rd, DrytownMeeting Time: 2ndMonday, 7:00 pm
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Youth Basketball209- 274-4543 or Cell 209-610-9417
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Basketball is available for boys and girls in grades K through 8thgrade. The season runs January thru March, with October sign-ups. More information is available with Kristi Roots. Her email is kroots@volcano.net The website is https://sites.google.com/site/amadoraybl/and FaceBook is http://www.facebook.com/groups/148937168465984
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Bereavement
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Amador County Support Group209-223-5500
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Hospice conference room, 1500 South Highway 49, #105, Jackson, Tuesdays at 10:00-11:30 AM and Wednesdays at 5:30-7:00 PM.
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Calaveras County Support Group209-223-5500
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The Calaveras Senior Center, 956 Mountain Ranch Rd., Room 8, San Andreas, Thursdays at 3:00-4:30 PM.
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Grief Busters209-223-5500
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Counseling for grieving children
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Family Resource Network800-847-3030
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Support and information for families with Special needs Children
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Hospice 209-223-5500
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Child Abuse/Family Abuse:Phone Number
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