Believing In The NuYu

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Believing In The NuYu Summer Camp Program

Believing In The NuYu Summer Camp Program is a program that will give our young leaders the opportunity to grow into the leaders that they are call the be.  This program will be in a classroom  environment and the community with other students from ages 12-18 years of age learning the facts of life.  Registration 1st-30th May from 9am-2pm  Mon-Thur.  Parent and Child must be present at the registration.  Summer Camp starts 1 Jun -31 Jul 18 this will be a time of learning, sharing, teamwork, hands on, getting involve, fun and most of all life changing. We are looking forward to seeing you there!!! Updated news the first one-of-a-kind in Hinesville Summer Camp Youth Mentoring Program that I know of. We graduated seven of the nine NuYu Believers 31 July 2015 and this is just the ending of one chapter of life and the beginning of a new chapter. After school program started opened up for our youth with activities that will change the mindset of some of our teens.  As we move closer to spring our winter Georgia Collards, Turnips and Dwarf is soon to be cropped the 2nd time. Our teens learn Gardening and basic Horticulture.  
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