and Education Center, Inc.
A 501(c)(3) Organization
"Sharing Knowledge to Build Better Tomorrows"
Purpose: It is the goal of ARREC to provide
resource assistance and
educational programs for persons working with "at-risk" youths
The American Recreation Resource and Education Center, Inc. (ARREC) was established in 1994, for the sole purpose of assisting recreation department personnel and volunteers in sharing their ideas, exchanging resource information, and training youth coaches and organization leaders. By "pooling" information instead of various communities and regions spending time "re-inventing the wheel", more energy can be put forth in the implementation of various recreational programs for the youths of the nation.
The classes provided by ARREC are based in part on one of the world's foremost programs in the field of youth recreation, American Sport EducationProgram (ASEP). In additionto the ASEP studies, other activities and specific issues regarding the role of recreation and exercise are available through ARREC.
Children of all cultures and of all economic levels deserve the opportunity to participate in recreational activities led by knowledgable adults. In a recent check of various youth sport rule books an interesting fact was noted. The rules of the sport games did not change from region to region; from community to community; nor, from inner-city to rural areas.
The Native American Recreation
Education Conference is open to any one working
with "at-risk" children ages 5 through 14. We hope to see you at the next conference.
Judith G. Shepherd
Judith G. Shepherd, President of Charisma Pros Inc.
The Circle of Hope Golf Classic
Native American Recreation & Sport Institute
Native American Recreation Education Conference
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