Calling all Middle and High Schoolers: Still time to register for Wyoming Youth Summit

    The Wyoming Youth Summit is a partnership between the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police and Students Against Destructive Decisions. It is for incoming 7th-12th graders who may have an interest in prevention – Traffic Safety, Substance Abuse Prevention and Wellness. There will be a mixture of prevention workshops and fun activities. There is an agenda on the website,

    Some of the prevention speakers are the Sandy Hook Promise, Start With Hello program, Think Fast Interactive (which is like a game show that focuses on youth leadership and underage drinking), etc. Some of the activities include a mobile escape room, 307 Mysteries and song-teller David Munsick from Sheridan.

    The dates are July 30th-August 2nd at Mallo Camp in Weston County. Registration is just $25 and parents are responsible for transportation. All the information is on the website. Registration is until July 25th, however, those that register by the 20th will be entered to win a $100 gift certificate.

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