Shifting from Getting to Giving

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Lily Oyer 2019 A/U Ranches

Four summers ago, I was a CIT (counselor-in-training) at the A/U Ranches. After attending Youth Camp since I was seven years old, I was pretty excited to continue going to camp, in a new role. I started off strong, ready to tackle this new job and have fun at my favorite place on earth. But throughout the summer, challenges arose that I wasn’t ready for.

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Denver Alumni Meet Up in the Beautiful Outdoors

“The inspiration for the Denver area alumni event came from the organization’s focus on living generously,” says National Alumni Board member Jennifer Franklin. “And, with my work on the NAB’s Program Outreach committee, I’m committed to being in touch with alumni in the area to give them a sense of belonging with the organization, whether or not they are still practicing Christian Science.”

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A Turning Point at Camp

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Judith Cordray

When I went off to college right out of high school, I was pretty naive about the world. I’d grown up in a large family and we all attended a Christian Science Sunday School. Looking back, I don’t think I had a very clear idea of God or what my relationship was to Him/Her.

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NAB Committee Spotlight: Events and Reunions, Just for You

Fellowship is a key piece at the heart of activities for Adventure Unlimited. Two committees operating within the National Alumni Board (NAB) are making sure fellowship endures continuously among A/U Ranches and DiscoveryBound alumni and those who are new to experiencing what Adventure Unlimited has to offer.

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Servant Leadership in Politics

Three alumnae of Adventure Unlimited programs who have embarked on careers in politics use listening as an invaluable tool to interact with their constituents. Each of these alumnae offer different perspectives of what has remained with them since their time at camp or in DiscoveryBound (previously known as A/U chapter programs), but all in some way recognized the importance of listening.

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