AYSO

AcronymDefinition
AYSOAmerican Youth Soccer Organization
AYSOAt Your Service Online (employee self-service website; University of California)
AYSOAll Your Saturdays Occupied
AYSOAlbuquerque Youth Soccer Organization (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
AYSOAmerican Youth Symphonic Orchestra (Annandale, VA)
AYSOAlabama Youth Soccer Organization
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Finally, a friend of a friend pointed us to the AYSO league in Burbank.
As a report from its Youth Division makes clear, the film went into production only after the AJC labored assiduously to coordinate the seven youth agencies affiliated with the AYSO and then the fourteen additional agencies involved after the AYSO was absorbed by the National Social Welfare Assembly.
Antonucci: We partnered with all of the major grassroots organizations such as NSCAA, AYSO, US Club, USYS, and USASA to name a few.
The YMCA would convert the stadium's grass turf to synthetic fields to accommodate a variety of sports and youth leagues, such as Kidsports and AYSO, Perez said.
The Washington-based association is also zeroing in on that other football -- what Americans call "soccer" -- via a partnership with the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO), based in Hawthorne, Calif., that will enable CAIA to reach more than 3 million soccer families through direct mail, e-mail messages, advertising in AYSO's Play Soccer magazine, and at its National Games and other youth tournaments.For its part, MHAIA is launching an "Amazing" fall program that urges adding avocado to sandwiches, soups and salads, via POS materials in the produce section and the bread and soup aisles, as well as in-store radio.VALUE-ADDED CONTENTCenter PositionOn the retailer front in center store, Milwaukee-based Roundy's Supermarkets, Inc.
I was especially curious when I found out about a soccer team organized by American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) called Very Important Players (VIP) soccer (http://soccer.org/Programs/VIP).
(7) Com demostra Lloret (2006: 180), el Llibre de l'orde de cavalleria tambe conte la famosa definicio d'Ulpia: "E cor l'espaa es taylant de cada part, e cavaylaria es per mantenir justicia e justicia es donar a cascun son dret, per ayso l'espaa del cavayler significa que lo cavayler ab l'espaa mantengua cavaylaria e justicia" (V, 2).
"Promoting the avocado with AYSO gets parents thinking about how to utilize the avocado as a snack item during their kids' soccer games and helps bring the message of the avocado's health benefits home, as well as the variety of ways in which you can use Hass avocados," says Bezart.
Good places to start include your local YMCA, Boys & Girls Club, community recreation center, Little League, or American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO), to name a few.
City parks and recreation departments, the Boys and Girls Clubs, Scouting, American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO), the YMCA and church sports leagues are all potential solutions.
While the claim against the MHSAA addresses Michigan high school athletic programs, a great deal of the court's analysis centers around other, disconnected programs, including participation in special events for professional or semiprofessional teams, (153) participation in United States Volleyball Association (USAV) matches, (154) summer and club swimming, (155) and soccer programs such as the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO), and the Olympic Development Program (ODP).