[Nfbmo] Chance for youth!!!

Fred Olver goodfolks at charter.net
Tue Apr 30 21:18:57 UTC 2013

Leader Dog still has spaces available for teens age 16 and 17 who are visually impaired to attend our Summer Experience-Live Independently! program this summer. The one-week camp experience will take place June 21-28, 2013 at our Rochester Hills, Michigan campus. Teens get a change to have fun with other kids their age and challenge themselves physically with rock wall climbing, kayaking, tandem biking and more. They also get the chance to learn about and work with a Leader Dog and receiving a free GPS device and training on how to use it. This program is no cost to participants including air travel, room, board and all activities.

If you know a 16 or 17 year old that would benefit from this experience, please have them go to Leader Dog's website at www.leaderdog.org/programs/youth or call 888-777-5332. Applications are due by April 1, 2013.

Rachelle Kniffen

Marketing Manager
Leader Dogs for the Blind
1039 S. Rochester Rd. . Rochester Hills, MI 48307-3115
Direct (248) 659-5013
Toll Free (888) 777-5332

Visit us online at leaderdog.org or 'like' us on Facebook
Empowering people who are blind or visually impaired with lifelong skills for independent travel through
quality Leader Dogs, highly effective client instruction and innovative services. 

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