Free overnight Educo experience offered by CFEC

The Cariboo Family Enrichment Centreis offering 10 female youth the opportunity for a free overnight experience at the Educo

The Cariboo Family Enrichment Centre (CFEC) is offering 10 female youth the opportunity for a free overnight experience at the Educo Adventure School.

CFEC spokesperson Chris Pettman says some young ladies have already registered and there is still limited space available. The deadline to apply is Aug 8.

The girls will get to experience the high ropes, climbing wall, canoeing, games, skits and more. They will get the full Educo experience in a short, condensed time frame, Pettman explains.

Educo Adventure School focuses on individual leadership skills and self awareness.

Girls, aged 12 to 18 years interested in this opportunity can contact Pettman or Bithia Chung-Harris at 250-395-5155

Pettman says CFEC received funding from the Involve Our Youth initiative through grants from the Community Action Initiative, which is part of the 10-year plan to address mental health issues in British Columbia.

 

 

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