Rangeley nonprofits, businesses and churches have collaborated on a summer program menu for school-aged youth this summer. The following groups worked together to create the menu for the summer program for young people in the Rangeley area; Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust, Rangeley Health and Wellness, Rangeley Public Library, Rangeley Friends of the Arts, Rangeley Regional Guides and Sportsman’s Association, Saddleview Farm and Rangeley Free Baptist Church.
Rangeley is a small community with plenty of opportunities for young people. This summer, RLHT is implementing significant program changes at its EcoVenture Youth Camp; restructuring into weekly camps that will offer smaller groups and more in-depth topic development. “Now is a great time to look at what is offered by our organizations and then work together to provide the most opportunities for all ages,” said RLHT program manager Amanda Laliberte, who brought together all information so families can easily see all the opportunities in the community.
Here is the variety of youth opportunities that will be available this summer.
TEEN DRAMA CAMP
RANGELEY JUNIOR GUIDES
WETLAND AND WILDWATER SCIENCE CAMP
WOODS AND WILDLIFE SCIENCE CAMP
ECOVENTURE GIVE BACK – COMMUNITY WEEK
JUNIOR RASTA RIDERS – a mountain bike group for all ages.
BRITISH FOOTBALL CAMPS
½ DAY HORSE CAMP – NEW THIS YEAR!
IMAGINE YOUR STORY
JUDY PANCOAST CONCERT – ALL AGES!
HOLIDAY BIBLE SCHOOL
For more details, you can visit the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust website rlht.org or discover the Rangeley Highlander Spring to Summer Guide released April 17.
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