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The Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard announced the 2011 AFR/ANG Teen Leadership Summit locations Jan. 5. The AFR/ANG Teen Leadership Summit locations this summer are in Dahlonega, Ga.; Estes, Colo.; and Washington, D.C. The summits combine high-adventure activities with leadership classes to allow teens to tap into their leadership potential and discover hidden strengths while developing a sense of belonging to the Air Force community.
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3 Teen Leadership Summits planned in 2011

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1/13/2011 - ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- The Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard announced the 2011 AFR/ANG Teen Leadership Summit locations Jan. 5.

The AFR/ANG Teen Leadership Summit locations this summer are in Dahlonega, Ga.; Estes, Colo.; and Washington, D.C.

The summits combine high-adventure activities with leadership classes to allow teens to tap into their leadership potential and discover hidden strengths while developing a sense of belonging to the Air Force community.

Teens with a parent in the Air Force Reserve or Air National Guard can sign up to attend one of the free summits. April 8 is the application deadline. Participants must be 14 to 18 years old.

Application instructions are available at www.georgia4h.org/AFRANGTeenSummit. Teens must answer essay questions and complete code-of-conduct and transportation forms to attend one of the following sessions:

The first summit is the Classic Teen Leadership Summit in Dahlonega, Ga., June 19-24. During this weeklong adventure, teens will participate in group activities such as high ropes, zip-line canopy tour, white-water rafting, hiking, fishing, archery, survival classes and more! The teens will also attend leadership classes throughout the week.

A new summit this year is the "Capitol Teen Leadership Summit" in the U.S. capital July 25-29. The teens will travel to D.C., where they will focus on citizenship, character building and high adventure. Their experience will include exploring the wonders of the nation's capital, such as monuments, memorials and the Smithsonian museums. They will also have the chance to meet with their congressional member or a member of his or her staff.

The last summit is the "Adventure Teen Leadership Summit" in Estes Park, Colo. Aug. 9-14. During this summit, teens will participate in daily adventure activities including hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, horse colt training, arts and crafts, woodworking, technical rock climbing, and archery. Leadership classes taught throughout the week include the Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens. Each evening, teens will gather for programs including campfires and songs, musical performances and environmental education classes.

More information is available by emailing Stacey.young@us.af.mil or calling her at 1-800-223-1784, extension 70971, or emailing brandi.mullins.ctr@us.af.mil or calling her at 1-800-223-1784, extension 72090.
The Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard announced the 2011 AFR/ANG Teen Leadership Summit locations Jan. 5.

The AFR/ANG Teen Leadership Summit locations this summer are in Dahlonega, Ga.; Estes Park, Colo.; and Washington, D.C.

The summits combine high-adventure activities with leadership classes to allow teens to tap into their leadership potential and discover hidden strengths while developing a sense of belonging to the Air Force community.

Teens with a parent in the Air Force Reserve or Air National Guard can sign up to attend one of the free summits. April 8 is the application deadline. Participants must be 14 to 18 years old.

Application instructions are available at www.georgia4h.org/AFRANGTeenSummit. Teens must answer essay questions and complete code-of-conduct and transportation forms to attend one of the following sessions:

The first summit is the Classic Teen Leadership Summit in Dahlonega, Ga., June 19-24. During this weeklong adventure, teens will participate in group activities such as higThe Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard announced the 2011 AFR/ANG Teen Leadership Summit locations Jan. 5.

The AFR/ANG Teen Leadership Summit locations this summer are in Dahlonega, Ga.; Estes, Colo.; and Washington, D.C.

The summits combine high-adventure activities with leadership classes to allow teens to tap into their leadership potential and discover hidden strengths while developing a sense of belonging to the Air Force community.

Teens with a parent in the Air Force Reserve or Air National Guard can sign up to attend one of the free summits. April 8 is the application deadline. Participants must be 14 to 18 years old.

Application instructions are available at www.georgia4h.org/AFRANGTeenSummit. Teens must answer essay questions and complete code-of-conduct and transportation forms to attend one of the following sessions:

The first summit is the Classic Teen Leadership Summit in Dahlonega, Ga., June 19-24. During this weeklong adventure, teens will participate in group activities such as high ropes, zip-line canopy tour, white-water rafting, hiking, fishing, archery, survival classes and more! The teens will also attend leadership classes throughout the week.

A new summit this year is the "Capitol Teen Leadership Summit" in the U.S. capital July 25-29. The teens will travel to D.C., where they will focus on citizenship, character building and high adventure. Their experience will include exploring the wonders of the nation's capital, such as monuments, memorials and the Smithsonian museums. They will also have the chance to meet with their congressional member or a member of his or her staff.

The last summit is the "Adventure Teen Leadership Summit" in Estes Park, Colo. Aug. 9-14. During this summit, teens will participate in daily adventure activities including hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, horse colt training, arts and crafts, woodworking, technical rock climbing, and archery. Leadership classes taught throughout the week include the Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens. Each evening, teens will gather for programs including campfires and songs, musical performances and environmental education classes.

More information is available by e-mailing Stacey.young@us.af.mil or calling her at 800-223-1784, extension 70971, or e-mailing brandi.mullins.ctr@us.af.mil or calling her at 800-223-1784, extension 72090.



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