Youth Encouraging Lasting Leadership 

Ages 13-17+

YELL Youth Council is a community leadership group for youth ages 13-17+. If you are interested in developing your leadership skills, making a difference in your community and having fun YELL is for you! No experience required. 

YELL is now accepting new members! Register below!

 E-mail for more information

YELL Youth Council: Pretty In Pink

This February, support anti-bullying through the Pretty in Pink campaign presented by Synergy's YELL Youth Council.

How can you show your support?

You can purchase a Pretty in Pink mask and button as a donation to the cause!

A button and mask is only $3 for students and $5 for adults.  Single buttons are $2. (Masks are while supplies last)

Purchase your package at Crazy Pasta in Chestermere or at some of your local schools including East Lake School, Sarah Thompson School and Saint Gabriel the Archangel School.

Or, visit our office from 9:00am - 5:00pm to make your purchase!

Lifepath Centre for Community Leadership

#101-340 Merganser Drive W 

(Access Through Gas Plus Lot)

Half of the proceeds will go towards Hull Services to support anti-bullying, while the other half will support future YELL initiatives.

Pink Shirt Day is on February 24th 2021. Wear your Pretty in Pink mask and button to bring awareness to the impacts of bullying.


Youth Council is for youth 13+ who want to engage in a formal, resume building, leadership program. All youth are welcome and encouraged to participate in the council. Youth on the council show consistent attendance to meetings and use the time to develop projects they are passionate about and organize volunteer opportunities and events. Youth may sit on the council year round or choose to attend over the course of a specific project they are particularly invested in. 


Southern Alberta Youth Council Forum (SAYCF)



101-340 Merganser Dr. W

Chestermere, AB

T1X 0Z6


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