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The YouthNET story…. Opportunity Statement While most churches possess Ministries designed to reach out to; Infant Care, Sunday School, AWANAS, Junior/High.

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1 The YouthNET story…

2 Opportunity Statement While most churches possess Ministries designed to reach out to; Infant Care, Sunday School, AWANAS, Junior/High School and College Youth (all levels), Women, Men and Seniors, it does not have a Big Brother or mentoring program designed to assist troubled boys whose family situation may restrict their opportunity to find consistently solid Christian male role-modeling, and/or whose family budgets may preclude their sons involvement in the wonderful and wholesome sport of bass fishing. While most churches possess Ministries designed to reach out to; Infant Care, Sunday School, AWANAS, Junior/High School and College Youth (all levels), Women, Men and Seniors, it does not have a Big Brother or mentoring program designed to assist troubled boys whose family situation may restrict their opportunity to find consistently solid Christian male role-modeling, and/or whose family budgets may preclude their sons involvement in the wonderful and wholesome sport of bass fishing.

3 YouthNET Mission YouthNETs stated mission is to allow God's power to change our lives forever, live purposefully, and present Jesus' life and love to a lost and hurting world. YouthNETs stated mission is to allow God's power to change our lives forever, live purposefully, and present Jesus' life and love to a lost and hurting world. YouthNET also seeks to provide strong Christian male role-modeling and experienced leadership for our boys desiring to change or improve their lives, through the wonderful and wholesome sport of bass fishing. YouthNET also seeks to provide strong Christian male role-modeling and experienced leadership for our boys desiring to change or improve their lives, through the wonderful and wholesome sport of bass fishing.

4 The YouthNET solutions…

5 YouthNET Program NOTE: All boys MUST have the necessary; 1.) Waiver of Liability, 2.) Medical Release and 3.) Gateway Insurance forms filled out and signed by the custodial parent(s) BEFORE arriving at the lake to go fishing. NO EXCEPTIONS NOTE: All boys MUST have the necessary; 1.) Waiver of Liability, 2.) Medical Release and 3.) Gateway Insurance forms filled out and signed by the custodial parent(s) BEFORE arriving at the lake to go fishing. NO EXCEPTIONS Fishing Day Information Fishing Day Information Parents must bring their boy to the lake on the date and time as defined in the CALENDAR section of the YouthNET webpage. Parents must bring their boy to the lake on the date and time as defined in the CALENDAR section of the YouthNET webpage. The fishermen will assist the leaders in preparing The fishermen will assist the leaders in preparing

6 YouthNET Program Continued… the boat and equipment for departure. the boat and equipment for departure. All safety rules and procedures will be reviewed prior to launching the boat. Such rules and procedures will acquaint all present with the specific location and proper use of: 1.) fire extinguishers, 2.) first aid kits, 3.) floatation devices, 4.) air horns, 5.) flares and 6.) fishing equipment (i.e. rods, reels, lures, tools, etc.). All safety rules and procedures will be reviewed prior to launching the boat. Such rules and procedures will acquaint all present with the specific location and proper use of: 1.) fire extinguishers, 2.) first aid kits, 3.) floatation devices, 4.) air horns, 5.) flares and 6.) fishing equipment (i.e. rods, reels, lures, tools, etc.).

7 YouthNET Program SAFETY

8 Continued… Leaders will attempt to keep parents fully informed as to the proper time to retrieve their young fisherman conditioned upon cell phones having service on/around the lake. All passengers of the boat must assist in boat clean-up and wipe down prior to going home. This process will take approximately twenty (20) minutes after trailering the boat. Expected total time for the event is three (3) to four (4) hours from drop-off. Leaders will attempt to keep parents fully informed as to the proper time to retrieve their young fisherman conditioned upon cell phones having service on/around the lake. All passengers of the boat must assist in boat clean-up and wipe down prior to going home. This process will take approximately twenty (20) minutes after trailering the boat. Expected total time for the event is three (3) to four (4) hours from drop-off.

9 YouthNET Program Continued… The event leaders reserve the right to refuse service to anyone who; The event leaders reserve the right to refuse service to anyone who; 1.) does not listen/respond to instruction, 2.) willfully breaks safety rules and/or procedures, or 3.) uses foul or non-respectful language and/or behavior of any kind, during the event.

10 Leaders and Criteria …strong Christian male role-modeling as verified by the Gateway Church Senior Pastor and in compliance with Gateway Church leadership policy requirements, to provide Christian guidance to youth, and …strong Christian male role-modeling as verified by the Gateway Church Senior Pastor and in compliance with Gateway Church leadership policy requirements, to provide Christian guidance to youth, and …experienced leadership… for the… sport of bass fishing as verified by previously approved Gateway YouthNET leaders, skilled to teach the unique areas of bass fishing (i.e. equipment, technique, and rules/regulations). …experienced leadership… for the… sport of bass fishing as verified by previously approved Gateway YouthNET leaders, skilled to teach the unique areas of bass fishing (i.e. equipment, technique, and rules/regulations).

11 YouthNET Calendar The YouthNET webpage provides 2007 weekly/monthly event information for properly registered (through the Church) boys, as well as information as to when and where the named participant must appear to take part in the event. If computer access is not afforded to the targeted family/boy, YouthNET leadership will communicate the necessary details for event participation, by telephone – well in advance of the event. The YouthNET webpage provides 2007 weekly/monthly event information for properly registered (through the Church) boys, as well as information as to when and where the named participant must appear to take part in the event. If computer access is not afforded to the targeted family/boy, YouthNET leadership will communicate the necessary details for event participation, by telephone – well in advance of the event.www.4youthnet.info

12 YouthNET Webpage

13 WHATS YOUR ROLE? 1.) Bring a Boy to the Water (to fish) 2.) Become a Leader a. Boat Owner/Operator b. Spiritual Leader (Mentor) c. Administrator to Program 3.) Support Through Donations

14 The YouthNET pictures…

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16 Judd Keener


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