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Youth Coed Rugby Camp for ages 7-14. This is a learning camp with instructi...
Question: How are referees selected?
Answer: Referees are recruited through a job posting and interview. We are always looking for experienced individuals who are interested in contributing their sports knowledge and skills as officials.  Our officials are trained to teach the game as the youth learn. If there are suggestions or concern regarding the officials, please contact Jordan.Bird@sgcity.org
Youth Volleyball using adapted High School rules. For girls and boys ages 8...
Youth Soccer for both girls and boys ages 5-12 using adapted FIFA rules. 8 ...
Youth Coed Rugby Clinic for ages 7-14. This is a learning camp with instruc...
Philosophy: The St. George Youth City Council (YCC) is a self-directed group of teens who are charged with representing and advocating for youth to St. George's City Government and advocating for youth throughout the community. As a collaborative effort, its main objectives are to develop future leaders, give formal voice to youth, engage in civic education and community service and improve conditions for local youth. The Youth City Council is a prestigious organization that replicates the St. George City Council, but is administered by the youth of our community. It is comprised of a Mayor, City Manager, Recorder, Operations Director, Communications Director, Service and Recreation Director, Government Liaison, and Council Members. Members learn about the challenges and successes of local government, gain an understanding of the operations and functions, and take an active interest in addressing issues relating to local affairs, community events and youth issues. Participating in the YCC not only helps improve leadership, project development and management skills, it may just increase the chance of receiving a college scholarship! Application for each upcoming school year open in January of each year and close in the middle of March. Embrace the possibilities of your own potential . . . Apply to join the Youth City Council Today! The formal application period for the YCC each y...
Three free events for anyone to participate in to challenge their skills in many sports. Punt, Pass and Kick Competition with the NFL, Fun Shot Competition with Jr. Jazz Association, and Pitch, Hit an...
Question: How are referees selected?
Answer: Referees are recruited through a job posting and interview. We are always looking for experienced individuals who are interested in contributing their sports knowledge and skills as officials.  Our officials are trained to teach the game as the youth learn. If there are suggestions or concern regarding the officials, please contact Jordan.Bird@sgcity.org
Youth Coed Flag Football using adapted High School rules. For all ages both...
...Time 1st Team All-American  3-Time 1st Team Academic All-American Youth Clinic - Monday, May 15th @ 5:00 pm at the Canyons Complex $5 for eac...
Question: How are referees selected?
Answer: Referees are recruited through a job posting and interview. We are always looking for experienced individuals who are interested in contributing their sports knowledge and skills as officials.  Our officials are trained to teach the game as the youth learn. If there are suggestions or concern regarding the officials, please contact Jordan.Bird@sgcity.org
SAINT GEORGE YOUTH COUNCIL APPLICATION FORM  CLICK HERE TO APPLY   All applicants must be a resident of the City of St. George and between 14 and 18 years old Time commitment: The Saint George Youth Council meets weekly on Wednesdays at 4:00  In addition, your h...
Question: How are referees selected?
Answer: Referees are recruited through a job posting and interview. We are always looking for experienced individuals who are interested in contributing their sports knowledge and skills as officials.  Our officials are trained to teach the game as the youth learn. If there are suggestions or concern regarding the officials, please contact Jordan.Bird@sgcity.org
Youth TBall/Softball/Baseball using adapted High School rules. For both boy...
  Whereas the youth (High School Grades: Sophomores to Seniors) of  the City of St. George, Utah ("the City") constitute an underutilized resource of ideas, knowledge and experience with respect to the City and its affairs: and Whereas the Mayor of St. George ("the Mayor") seeks input from the youth into the affairs and issues of the City through a city youth council;   Now, therefore the Mayor and the City Council of the City hereby establish the St. George Youth Council as an advisory board, with all the rights, responsibilities, and privileges associated therewith. As such, and in order for tranquility to be maintained, the following by-laws are adopted by the St. George Youth Council. These same by-laws are to be endorsed and recognized by the City, the City Council, and the Mayor, as laws, rules, and stipulations specific to the St. George Youth Council. (More)
Youth Pickleball Camp   When:  Friday, July 21st & Saturday, July 22nd Time:  8:00am to 11:00am Ages:  9 to 18 / players will be split into different groups according to skill and age Cost:  $50 / person / Includes t-shirt and snacks Location:  Little Valley Pickleball Complex / 2149 Horseman Park Drive Division:  Beginner - Intermediate - Advance Description: Youth pickleball camp is designed for all level players.  Beginners wi...
Mayor Preside over meetings of the Council Coordinate all projects and activities Plan and develop concepts Assist and mentor directors and Council members in the execution of their duties Resp...
Question: What are the ages for the Jr Ranger Family Night?
Answer: The program is geared toward youth 12 & under; however make this FREE community event open for everyone of all ages. Come out and explore what outdoor activities and places there are in Southern Utah.
Question: How do I know if my child is ready to attend Curiosity Club?
Answer: Children should be able to sit still and quietly for up to 10 minutes while the Youth Program Leader presents directions on the next activity.
Question: What type of shirt will we be getting?
Answer: Shirts will likely be short sleeve A4 Tech shirts. Mens, womens and youth sizes are available. This is subject to change based on availability.
...rovide links to articles to help parents, coaches and other recreation and youth sports officials keep up with trends and research. Here you will find...
Question: What opportunities are available in the Youth City Council?
Answer: Every year, the Youth City Council selects its officers, allowing members to be responsible for a specific portfolio. Any member of the Council is also eligible to be a project manager for any activity the Council participates in. Project managers will lead a committee, then direct the Council at the time of the project.
The Saint George Youth City Council is a volunteer, service-based organization, run by stude...
Dinkers Ages:  6 to 10 Days:  Tuesday & or Thursday Time:  4:30pm to 5:30pm Beginner - Intermediate - Advance Description:  Class will be split into skill groups, players...
...! Carousel Christmas provides free live entertainment, arts and crafts for youth, and a chance to meet Santa Claus. 
Question: Do I have to be a member to use the facility?
Answer: No. We offer drop-in admittance for full day use.  Youth (up to 17 years old): $2.50. Adult (18-61 years old): $3.50.  Senior (62 and above): $3.00. 
...o their registration waiver.  The discount will be under OYH (Outdoor Youth Half Priced Lunch) and OYL (Outdoor Youth Free Lunch).
Question: How do I register?
Answer: Please go to www.runnercard.com. The link to our meet can be found under USATF and then Utah Youth Track and Field Meet.
...l and other fun exciting games.   Teens in the Park is designed for youth 11-14 year old.
Utah Youth Track and Field Meet (Formally known as Hershey's) This meet will serve as a qualifier for the State youth meet, dates for the State meet will be provided during our meet. The ...
...n the country based upon one of the most innovative approaches to coaching youth soccer in the US and Canada. Our experienced International staff stu...
Youth will love this outdoor adventure camp featuring different activities ...
Question: What type of shirt will I be getting?
Answer: Generally, participants will receive a long sleeve tech shirt. There are men's, women's and youth sizes available. This is subject to change.
... Closed Admission   Age Resident Non-Resident Youth (17 & Under) $3.50 $5.00 Adults (18 - 58) $4.00 $6.00 ...
...ring, Mountain Biking, Kayaking, Paddle boarding and Hiking excursions for Youth ages 8-17. Come explore the beautiful natural playground that is Sout...
...ese improvements were the result of the combined efforts of area scouts, a youth group, park maintenance and park planning staff hours and a Community...
...rs +) $3.50    Senior Prices (62 yrs +) $3.00    Youth Prices (4-17 yrs) $2.50    Child Care $1.50 (free with ...
Question: How are referees selected?
Answer: Referees are recruited through a job posting and interview. We are always looking for experienced individuals who are interested in contributing their sports knowledge and skills as officials.  Our officials are trained to teach the game as the youth learn. If there are suggestions or concern regarding the officials, please contact Jordan.Bird@sgcity.org
FUNdamental Youth Programs are for those children ready for a kick start in learning th...
Question: When do I receive my child’s jersey?
Answer: For youth basketball, you must purchase a Jr. Jazz Jersey for $12.00 at the Recreation Center. 
...ds. Class fee includes all materials.  This workshop is designed for youth 10 years and older. This two-day class meets on both June 12th and Ju...
Youth Boys and Girls Basketball using adapted High School rules. 8 games. L...
Tournament #1 - Wednesday, May 31, Dixie Red Hills - Register Here Parent/JR Tournament - Thursday, June 1, St. George Golf Club - Register Here Tournament #2 - Wednesday, June 7, St. George Golf Cl...
...ift  After deadline add $10 Divisions & Prize Breakdown: Youth Division / Ages 10 to 13 (Green Dot Ball)             - Medal for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place / $25 Tennis warehouse for 1st place Youth Division / Ages 14 to 17 (Yellow Ball)     &nb...
Question: Can youth play in this tournament?
Answer: Yes 16 or older are allowed to play, but 18 and under must have wavier signed by parent or guarding before play starts.
Smashers   Days:  Tuesday & or Thursday Time:  8:00am to 9:00am Ages:  10 to 18 Divisions:       Beginner - Intermediate - Advance Sessions: &n...
...me.  Tennis rackets and court size are scaled down to the size of the youth players, allowing them to use proper technique.  Orange Ball cli...
Dinkers Days:  Tuesday & or Thursday Time:  9am to 10am Ages:  6 thru 9 Sessions:   Summer Session I - June 6th & or 8th thru July 6th (No tennis on July 4th) (5 week ...