High adventure bonanza
Join National Outdoor Ethics Committee Chair Dave O’Leary, and others for an in depth discussion of National and Council High Adventure opportunities, and strategies for planning your unit’s adventure. Stay for the whole day or pick and choose the sessions of interest.
We’ve assembled the following specialty trainings intended primarily for adult leaders.
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