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Updated 03/14

Leadership Program

With your help, once a our new camp can be procured, we’ll be able to work with the older teens that have already gained from the experience of going to camp by the advancement to that of a CIT or Councilor in Training.  Teens, both boys and girls, are more than welcome to participate in our

Updated 01/14

The Eagle’s Nest Society takes up the President’s Challenge!

Earn Your Presidential Active Lifestyle Award

Everyone has a part to play in improving nutrition, physical activity and health of our families and communities. Kids and families across the country are invited to join First Lady Michelle Obama in participating in the President's Challenge.

"To show everyone just how much fun it can be, I will be working to earn my Active Lifestyle Award. I’m going to do it. And I want kids across the country to join me." - First Lady Michelle Obama

Physical activity is an essential component of a healthy lifestyle. Adding more activity to your daily life can be easy and fun – and now you can earn an award for being active. To earn your Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA), all you need to do is document your active exercise each day (60 minutes/day for children and 30 minutes/day for adults), 5 days a week, for six weeks.

The Eagle’s Nest Society wants to help our kids get started with their challenge. When you arrive at a sponsored camp you will be issued a log sheet with instructions on what to do. We encourage all of our kids to take up the President’s Challenge and follow through with their logs even when they get home from their week of fun. Adding the Presidential Youth Fitness Award to your collection is a feather in anyone's camp.

No matter who you are or where you’re from, I think we all can agree that the most important asset in this world is our children. Too often a child can miss out on an opportunity that other children get to experience because of funding troubles.

In our efforts to constantly improve our program, the Eagle’s Nest Society is proud to announce our support in sponsoring the School of Engineering and Sciences FIRST Robotics Team - Team 3598.

As part of our agreement not only do we have the pleasure of helping teens prepare for the future but the team will be brining their unique knowledge and talent to the summer camp that we will be opening and the SummerCamp4Kids program.

Check out their website to learn more about the FIRST robotics program.

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ENS Sponsors Robotics Team!

Updated 02/14