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Registration for PRIDE's 2015 PA Youth Leadership Camps Now Open

PRIDE, Youth and Community Resources a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formerly named "Amplify Resources" that has been providing drug prevention, youth leadership programs and PA Summer Leadership Camps to the youth in our local community since 1983, has now opened registration for their 2015 PA Youth Leadership Camps: Positive Attitude for rising 7th and 8th graders and Positive Action for rising 9th through 12th grade students.

Camp will be held for the fourth year in the safe, beautiful, and completely renovated meeting facility and group dormitories at Fontainebleau State Park in Mandeville, LA. Positive Action Monday, June 1 camp for High students will have two 4-day sessions: Session #1: June,1-5; Session #2: June 8-12 with a cost of $250 for the week. The Positive Action camp for High School students will have two 5-day sessions: Session #1: July 17-20; Session #2: July 22-25, with a cost of $300 for the week.

Jeffery Polito, Director of PA Camp and the PRIDE Troupe performing group for the past five years, is a long-standing and respected educator in St. Tammany Parish, teaching in the Talented Theater program at Fontainebleau High School for the past eight years. Like Mr. Polito, the camp has other very qualified and experienced staff and interns. They have planned a fun, engaging, empowering, and age-appropriate line-up of programs and activities for PA 2015!

Wendy Ruby, Executive Director, PRIDE, Youth and Community Resources, made the statement, "I can tell you first-hand what an exceptional camp it is and the incredibly positive experiences my now 17 year old friend and other youth that attended, have conveyed to me. The leadership skills and responsible decision-making uniquely learned at PA Camp made a tremendous difference in the choices they made in not only in high school with friends, social activities, academic success, and leadership roles in their school and community, but also in college and job interviews. I believe the PA Camp experience and the positive, healthy choices they made during these critical teen years helped form the leaders they have become, and still impacts them today!"


More information and applications are online and can be submitted directly at www.pacamp.org. For any questions, please call the PRIDE Office at (985) 727-7710.



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