Apply now for La Colonia de Eden Gardens Foundation scholarship for leadership conference camp

The June 20 deadline is approaching for the La Colonia de Eden Gardens Foundation scholarship for an upcoming leadership conference camp set to take place at the Whispering Winds Conference Center in Julian from July 22-25. Designed for kids ages 12-15 the 2013 Leadership, Academics, Service and Culture is normally $30 and will feature workshops and activities, with food and lodging included.

The summer camp experience is for kids who want to improve their chances in succeeding in school and life, gain confidence, become a leader, be part of a team, make friends and learn about giving back to the community. To apply, visit lceg.org.

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