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Youth orgs bring activities home

Meetings and other special events may be canceled for the foreseeable future, but youth organizations supporting Door and Kewaunee Counties are still finding ways to have fun with their members. 4-H, Girls Scouts of the USA, and Boy Scouts of America are just some of the youth organizations opening their vault of creativity to connect with kids in between remote learning assignments. Bay-Lakes Council BSA Field Director Doug Ramsay says it is important to stay engaged with its members and reach out to potential new scouts even during this time of social distancing.

Girl Scouts of Northwestern Great Lakes and Bay-lakes Council BSA are bringing the camping experience home over the next week with separate Facebook events on March 27th and April 1st respectively. 

 

Resources

Boy Scouts: https://baylakesbsa.org/scouting-at-home/

 

4-H: https://4-h.org/about/blog/covid19-youth-development-update/?fbclid=IwAR1mRvQPBFRyZ38033cOYKsgoU88-viLlwugWncTSLHtwo2JDDC6YdGbpLM

 

Girl Scouts: https://www.gsnwgl.org/en/girls---families/girl-scouts-at-home.html

 

 

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