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This week, we will cover two different Assets, numbers 18 and 19, youth activities and religious community.
We’ll take a look at youth activities, when a young person spends one or more hours per week in a sport, club, organization, or in the community.
We have so many kids doing so many great things, some things get some great publicity and so many other youth do things that don’t get such coverage.
This past weekend, we had some great members of the Los Alamos Youth Leadership program held its annual Wild Day celebration for the elementary youth.
While the day comes off as an intense day of play, there’s a lot of youth thought that goes into the event. The planning, the coordinating, the purchasing, the calling, the organizing and let’s not forget the paperwork.
There are a number of Eagle Scout projects that make the community a great place to live and take a lot of work on behalf of the Scout and their troop.
There are pancake breakfasts where choirs sing, car washes, even in not so great weather and fundraising galore.
There are many high school students that go into the younger grades to teach, read and work with students in art, music and more.
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