Monday, June 21, 2010

Cowboy Poetry a Summer Program at The Summit

Cowboy Poetry a Summer Program for ages 8-16 to be offered at The Summit. They will be Academic Skill Reinforcement/Development Writing~ Speaking~ Listening and Character Education/Life Skills Respect~ Forgiveness~ Honesty~ Friendship. This is all Wrapped around a western, cowboy culture theme, inspiring imagination. It is OUTSIDE in nature, engaging students in activities with HORSES.

Cowboy Poetry is an innovative, strengths-based learning model, used in school systems, with families and organizations across the country, that supports academic enrichment, promotes the acquisition of development assets, and teaches positive life skills. Each session involves small group discussions of a Life Skill; hands on activities involving one of the academic skills; supervised, experiential activities with the horse(NO RIDING is involved, no experience with horses is needed); and fun, creative activities that develop and enhance verbal processing skills.

WHEN: Every Tuesday, July 13-August 3 10:00am-1:00pm
(Bring a sack lunch; drinks provided by program)
Bonfire Celebration, Friday Evening August 6
COST: $125 for 4 sessions; and bonfire celebration

LOCATION: The Summit Family Resource Center, 1373 Highway 92 South, Fayetteville, GA 30215

Lisa Freeman, 404.281.9497, OR Email Lisa:

Note: We somehow overlooked this when originally sent to us... there's a good chance they're full at this point, but if you're interested we hope you'll contact them just in case!

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