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Friday, April 6, 2012 VOLUME 7 ISSUE 4  
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CONTENTS
From Egypt to Colorado
2013 Travel Adventure Preview Now Online
Crow Canyon Goes Over the Top!
Time Team America Update
Crow Canyon Welcomes Futures For Children
Distinguished Lecturers Series Features Barry Lopez
Historic Preservation Advocacy Recognized
Crow Canyon Supporter Releases E-Book
Remembrance
Crow Canyon Welcomes Futures For Children
Forty-Five Students Convene for Youth Leadership Summit

Crow Canyon started off the program season this year with an extraordinary group of students. Futures for Children brought 45 children to Crow Canyon for their 2012 Elementary School Youth Leadership Summit.

Futures for Children is a New Mexico–based organization that improves the quality of the educational experience to empower American Indian students through leadership development and mentoring. The organization’s Youth Leadership Program teaches American Indian students goal setting, problem solving, critical thinking, and leadership skills.

Accompanied by 18 adult volunteers and Futures for Children staff, the Summit was held March 9–11 at Crow Canyon with support from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. Students engaged in team development activities and learned about the ancestral Pueblo Indians of the Mesa Verde region through workshops and Crow Canyon programs. The summit included students from the fourth through sixth grades from the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni, and Mescalero Apache communities.


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A view of the Crow Canyon campus from the Center's Pueblo Learning Center.
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