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Children, Youth & Families Living Healthy Lives

Recreation & Social

Basketball Stars

West Abbotsford Community School

Basketball Stars is a place where kids can come and learn how to play basketball, learn new techniques, and improve their over all skill level. It is a fun, non-competitive atmosphere, all skill levels are welcome.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fraser Valley

Serving as role models, our volunteer mentors act as an extra social support, helping increase a child's self- esteem. Mentors teach by example the importance of giving and giving back, of staying in school, and for having respect for family, peers and community. We pair children and youth with a 1-on-1 mentor and run group mentoring programs built around positive self-image, healthy living, and an active lifestyle.

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Central Abbotsford Community School Society

Central Abbotsford Community School Society

The Central Abbotsford Community School Society is a group of schools in the Central Abbotsford area that have been converted into community schools. As a society, we work with each school to utilize the facility when it is not being used for educational purposes to provide recreational and educational opportunities for the community.

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Chess Club

West Abbotsford Community School

Chess Club is a great opportunity for kids ages 6-11 to meet new friends, learn strategy, play games and potentially improve your academic skills. All experience levels are welcome.

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Creative Kids Club

West Abbotsford Community School

Join Creative Kids Club where you will be making a new craft each session! With each project you will learn new techniques and ideas that will spark your creativity.

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Creative Writers Club

West Abbotsford Community School

Join Creative Writers Club to learn creative writing techniques and getting ideas to write your own short story! Students will have continued assistance and support along the course with grammar, syntax, and any other questions that they may face.

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Crochet Club

West Abbotsford Community School

Crochet Club is a club where students can learn a new skill, take home what they create, unwind and relax. All experience levels welcome.

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Dance Club

West Abbotsford Community School

Dance Club is a fun energetic environment where children will be able to learn fun, foundational dance moves and skills. It is based on the principle that it should be fun and easy to do, all experiences are welcome.

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Dodgeball Club

West Abbotsford Community School

Dodge, dive, and duck in our fun, inclusive Dodgeball Club. Come play dodgeball games and have fun with your friends!

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Hockey Stars

West Abbotsford Community School

Hockey Stars focuses on providing a safe and fun environment for students to team up with friends and play hockey games. Parents are welcome to come to watch and cheer!

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Kids Can Cook

West Abbotsford Community School

Learn fun easy food prep techniques, create great tasting food, and learn about nutrition and active lifestyles.

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Mayday Club Youth Choir

Mayday Club Autism Advocacy Association

The Mayday Club Youth Choir is an inclusive rock music team made up of children, youth, and young adults with and without autism. We are the only touring rock music group for autism advocacy in BC.

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Nature Club

West Abbotsford Community School

Rain or shine, Nature Club is for adventurers who like to go on nature walks, learn about the environment, gardening, crafts, and much more!

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Singing Club

West Abbotsford Community School

Come sing with your friends! This a great way to learn fun songs, singing techniques, and develop your singing voice. All experience levels are welcome.

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Skipping Stars

West Abbotsford Community School

Skipping Stars is a great program for kids who love to have fun, exercise, and skip! In this program, you will be learning new skipping techniques and routines!

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Soccer Stars

West Abbotsford Community School

Soccer Club is fun filled with soccer games, soccer drills and playing with friends. Come play soccer, learn new techniques, and improve your soccer skills!

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Special Olympics British Columbia - Abbotsford

Sports programs for individuals with an intellectual disability. Be a fan of tolerance, empowerment, and dignity. Be a fan of Special Olympics.

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Tech Club

West Abbotsford Community School

Our tech club takes a whole new approach to technology. The program will run for the whole school year and will focus on exposing students to the many different fields that use computers. Students will have an opportunity to build games, animations, websites, and much more.

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Teen Groups

Youth Resource Centre - Abbotsford Community Services

Youth Resource Centre offers a variety of groups for youth that address different aspects in youth's lives, build skills and offer support from youth workers and peers.

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Wheelchair Basketball

City of Abbotsford

We have partnered with BC Wheelchair Basketball Society to present this fun, fast paced sport that is sure to challenge and excite. Specially trained coaches will teach fundamental movements through drills and games. Limited number of sport wheelchairs available for use.

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Youth Unlimited

(West Abbotsford)

Youth Unlimited engages in relational, authentic, and culturally supportive ways with youth and their families in the Townline/Blue Jay community to help them holistically thrive. Our staff, Greg Sawatzky and Dave Wiebe, volunteer in Rick Hansen Secondary and Eugene Reimer Middle school to assist students with their academic and social development.

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Online Resources

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