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Adventure Guides Pow Wow at the Sage Y

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Crystal Lake, IL Don’t miss it Dads! Join us for an Adventure Guides informational meeting Sunday, August 5 at 4pm in the Sage YMCA gymnasium.

Get back to basics with your family and come learn about this 80 Year YMCA national parent child program for kids grades   K – 6 incorporating fun activities while building a lifetime of memories. Some activities include campouts, sporting activities, pinewood derby, cardboard boat regatta, daddy/daughter dance, parade participation, community involvement and much more!

Registration for this program begins August 5, 2012 and will run concurrent with the school year, August through June. Once you have registered for the program, parent and child will be assigned to a tribe and will have the opportunity to participate in monthly meetings and events designed to teach children an appreciation of nature as well as respect for family and traditions.

The Adventure Guides Tribe consists of 8-10 parents and their children based on geography, attending monthly meetings and events.

The Alliance is made up of several tribes from the same vicinity and provides larger group activities, usually once a month.

The Federation is composed of several alliances and provides leadership, planning and coordination between Alliances and other YMCA Adventure Guide groups.

For additional information about this program, please contact Sue Owsiany at 815.526.1638. We look forward to seeing you Sunday, August 5 at 4pm at the Sage YMCA!

Please visit us on the web at www.sageymca.org or call 815.459.4455 or stop in at 701 Manor Rd. Crystal Lake, IL 60014.

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About the YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago: The Y is Chicagoland’s leading nonprofit strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Through its 25 member centers, five camps and hundreds of extension sites, the Y of Metro Chicago helps children learn and grow, teaches young people to lead, brings families closer, and encourages individual health and wellbeing. As one of the largest and oldest/most established cause-driven organizations/nonprofits in Chicago, YMCA programs impact hundreds of thousands of lives annually, helping to strengthen neighborhoods and respond to unique community needs across Chicagoland. To learn more, visit www.ymcachicago.org.

 

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