LGGA Ends Second Vacation Summer Camp -

Provides Trainings for Young People

The Liberian Girl Guides Association (LGGA) has ended its second vacation summer camp where young people capacities were enhanced in various areas of professionals.
A score of young people were taken from various institutions as part of their vacation summer camp 2019 that included girl power unleash-safe, fun and education.
The young students were trained in arts, gardening home economic, among others, as parts of their efforts in making the young people self-confidence and well discipline as young people .
Speaking during the closing program of the vocation summer camp 2019 in Paynesville at the Headquarters of the Liberian Girl Guides Association on the Duport Road, Debitia Elliott Farley said that the association is not for profit organization.
According to her the Liberian Girl Guides Association was established since 1926, with its core value to provide opportunities for girls and young women become caring and responsible citizens of Liberia.
She further disclosed that the association is a member of the world Association of Girl Guides, which has membership in over 146 countries in the world. The LGGA works with schools, churches, and communities to establish guide companies with the objective of promoting girls and their well-being in leadership trainings, vocational skills training, advocacy against harmful traditional practices, stop the violence campaigns, among others.
Madam Farley told the gathering that the Liberian Girl Guides Association during its 2018 vocation summer camp was the first that ended with great success that prompted the leadership to organized the second summer camp for 2019.
According to her this year’s camp was to provide opportunity for the girls to learn outside of the traditional learning environment through an interactive way that include old school, silly lady day, crazy sock day, among others.
She disclosed that the young people during the camp had lot of fun with academic and other training papering them to be productive citizen.
Madam Farley further disclosed that the young people were place into camp Unlock, Camp Discover and camp Explore.
Also speaking during the program was Brandi Moore who encouraged the young people that they can be who they want to be only if they pay more attention to such discipline.
She urged parents to give the needy support to their children based on their quest of acquiring a discipline of their choice of acquiring skills.
During the event parents expressed gratitude to the Liberian Girl Guides Association for preparing their children for the next of the academic year.
The parents disclosed that they would serve as ambassador of the Liberia Girl Guides Association vocation summer camp.
At the program, the young people displayed their talents and the young girls and boys gave other discipline and prizes to the winners with amazing performances.