“I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees.” – Henry David Thoreau
For some, thinking of summer conjures up youthful memories of hiking with friends, canoeing down a river, fishing from a lakeshore, or late-night campfire stories. But this year, with travel and group gatherings curtailed, many of us face the challenge of finding ways to continue those summertime outdoor adventures.
Luckily, this hasn’t stopped organizations from inventing unique ways for people to enjoy the season’s beautiful weather. Avid4 Adventure is one such organization that has pivoted its programs to accommodate safety and social distancing concerns while providing summer fun. With its mission to empower kids of all ages and skill levels and encourage them to choose active, outdoor lifestyles, Avid4 Adventure offers safe summer activities through their Camp at Home and Small Group Adventures programs.
Paul Dreyer, CEO (Chief Empowerment Officer) of Avid4 Adventure, joins host Bruce Bracken for this week’s episode and discusses the importance of providing an outlet for children to improve their concepts of self-development and teach the importance of community through an evolution of summer camp and activities.
Listen in and be inspired to rethink your summer adventure plans!
Paul Dreyer - LinkedIn
Avid4 Adventure: https://avid4.com/
Avid4 Adventure - Camp At Home: https://avid4.com/camp-at-home
Avid4 Adventure - Small Group Adventures: https://avid4.com/small-group-adventures
Bruce Bracken - LinkedIn
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