The district provides Federal and State pre-school programs at seven
school sites: Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, Horace Mann, Patrick
Henry, Paul Revere, James Madison, Palm Lane and John Marshall
schools.  Participants must be qualified according to income guidelines.
Children must be four years old by December 2, 2001, to attend school from
September to June.
Anaheim City School District's Head Start and
Preschool Programs
7 locations - call for information
Anaheim, CA
(714) 517-8550
Disney Goals
1170 North La Palma Park Way
Anaheim, CA  92801
(714) 956-4625
Disney GOALS is a multi-service organization that involves underserved
youth in select Anaheim neighborhoods.  GOALS after school activities
include mandatory academics each week, weekly ice hockey at Disney ICE
and periodic community service where GOALS participants help others in
the community.  In the past year, more than 1,800 local youth participated
in GOALS activities.
Public Library
500 W. Broadway
(714) 765-1880
The Boys and Girls Club
of Anaheim
311 E. Broadway
(714) 491-3617
Girl Scout Council of Orange County
1769 W. Broadway
Anaheim, CA 92804
(714) 999-2895
In Girl Scouts, girls discover the fun, friendship and power of girls together.
Through many enriching experiences, girls from 5 to 17 grow strong in
body, mind and spirit.  The Girl Scout experience provides a wide variety of
opportunities that help each girl reach her full potential.  Girls develop
life-long values, learn to relate to others with respect and become
successful contributing members of their communities.  Adult volunteers
are role models to girls.  
YMCA Youth Employment Service
250 E. Center Street
Anaheim, CA  92805  
(714) 956-1182
The Youth Employment Service assists young people between 14 and 22 in
job readiness, job placement and follow-up on job performance with
employers.  The Service also works with local employers to develop jobs for
Youth Leadership of America
P.O. Box 8544
Anaheim, CA  92812
Youth Leadership America (YLA) is a non-profit organization that fosters
leadership among America's youth in order to promote positive change.  
Our motto is that "leaders are made, not born."  By bringing young,
aspiring leaders into the community we help the youth develop and mature
into the leaders of tomorrow.  By letting the YLA youth board choose their
own activities and direction, we create an atmosphere in which the youth
can learn to be leaders by actually leading.  
Various Locations
(714) 765-5227
City of Anaheim
Youth Sports
Various Locations
(714) 765-5219
City of Anaheim
Youth Programs
Anaheim Family YMCA
2045 W. Ball Rd.
(714) 635-5437
Youth Activities
Anaheim Aquatics
Various Locations
East Anaheim Little League
841 S. Sunkist Ave.
Anaheim, CA  92806
(714) 533-1852
Anaheim Pony Baseball
Various Locations
721 E. Ball Rd.
(714) 765-6567
National Junior
Basketball League
Various Locations
(714) 276-1341
Anaheim Pop
Warner Football
Various Locations
Anaheim Soccer Club
Various Locations
Anaheim Soccer Assn.
Various Locations
(714) 774-5856
Junior United
Soccer Association
Anaheim Equestrian Center
1370 S. Sanderson Ave.
(714) 535-3510
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