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Young Women on the Move at Camp Robin Hood

Friday, June 28, 2019
Categories: Great Things

On June 13, over 200 young women and 30 mentors from Grades 3-12 came together to celebrate being Confident, Caring and Courageous Young Women on the Move at Camp Robin Hood. This year’s event, sponsored by Johnson Insurance, was filled with collaboration and learning as teams moved through events such as the “Electric Grid” and “Marble Madness”. The energetic staff at Camp Robin Hood had everyone singing and dancing in and out of the rain as participants embodied the 2018-19 theme of “SHEroes”. Many thanks to the dreamwork of all the Young Women on the Move team members, all staff involved, and especially of all the young women who are truly ready to move the world!

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