Spaces Still Available for Youth Camping Trips

Program for youth 12-18 years old encourages participation in recreational activities, developing positive relationships and self-esteem

Agassiz-Harrison Community Services (AHCS) still has spaces available for the remaining Youth Nature Connection camping trips to Manning Park. The Youth Nature Connection project is free to participants thanks to a Civil Forfeiture grant focused on youth crime prevention. This project serves all youth aged 12-18 years who would like to participate in a positive experience this summer.

This program focuses on encouraging youth participation in recreational activities, fostering the development of positive social relationships between youth, developing youth team building skills in a neutral environment, increasing youth self-esteem and empowerment through skill development and developing respect and appreciation for nature.

There are still four camping trips to be held this summer. These trips are scheduled for:

Monday, August 10- Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Monday, August 17- Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Monday, August 24- Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Monday, August 31- Wednesday, September 2, 2015

If you know of youth who could benefit from attending one of these camping trips, please contact Agassiz-Harrison Community Services (7086 Cheam Avenue, Agassiz or 604-796-2585)Parental/Guardian consent forms can be picked up during office hours (Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:30pm)

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