Native American Indian Youth Leadership Training – May 3-6, 2018
West River United Methodist Camp: 5100 Chalk Point Rd, West River, Maryland 20778
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
-Native American Indian youth in grades 7 through High School who show the natural gifts to be a leader among their peers. (Gifts are not skills, but rather a natural tendency. This program is to enhance skills.)
– We encourage each leader to bring two or more youth. An adult must accompany youth when traveling.
We are traveling east this year to the West River which is a tributary of Chesapeake Bay.
Only about one hour from Washington DC, we will have opportunity to learn about the Mother Earth Prayer Walkers and to explore how we make a difference. Youth will return home knowing they are part of a wide network of Native American Youth who serve in their communities and churches.
Cabins separated by gender
Central bathroom and showers
Central dining hall
Worship, Songs, Storytelling, Art, Giant Swing; Low Ropes Course, River Prayer Walks, Talking Circle – each is valued, Problem-solving — looking within and moving forward.
Understanding historical grief Leadership activities bringing this generation towards a new way to walk upon the earth in community.
Registration is $100 per person. Lodging, food, & special activities included. A limited number of scholarships are available according to assessed need.
Please make checks payable to:
This program receives funding from the United Methodist NE & NC Jurisdictions.
REGISTRATION BY APRIL 2
Limited to 20 youth, register early!
Click here for more information!
Send registration with health & consent form with $100 fee to Ragghi Calentine, 33164 Lighthouse Rd., Selbyville, DE 19975 302-841-2449
Return this covenant, written by Pegleg Flamingos Youth, with the registration form. All persons attending must sign this covenant.