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A Sense of Wonder Camp for Girls

Full Circle Susquehanna, Inc. will host their 23rd annual A Sense of Wonder camp for girls ages 8 to 15, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., June 18 through 22, at Millport Conservancy, in Lititz. The eco-feminist camp focuses on strengthening girls’ sense of sacredness of the Earth, increasing sense of self, empowerment and trust. 

 

Girls will explore a restored stream habitat, create nature-based crafts, engage in storytelling, hiking, and song and music-making, as well as learn about women who change the world. 

 

“Our goal is to assist girls in knowing the beauty and mystery of nature by observing and learning from female role models who hold a deep regard for the Earth,” shares Kara Kriner, camp organizer.  

 

Full Circle Susquehanna, Inc. is a nonprofit women’s organization dedicated to the empowerment of girls and women. 

 

Donations provide scholarship opportunities. Cost: $200. Location: 737 E. Millport Rd., Lititz. For more information and to register, visit Radiance, at 9 W. Grant St., in Lancaster, call 717-290-1517, e-mail FullCircleSusq@yahoo.com or visit FullCircleSusquehanna.BlogSpot.com. 

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