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June 26, 2014

REACH Leadership Program

DOVER —St. Thomas Aquinas High School will host REACH, an overnight summer Leadership and Service Program for rising seventh and eighth graders from August 4-6.

The REACH program is aimed at helping students discover their gifts and talents while exploring the many aspects of leadership. There will be times of reflection, sharing and loads of fun while discovering how to share one’s gifts with others. Participants in the REACH program will also embark on a real-life service experience in our community. By serving others together, participants will learn ways to serve others in their classrooms, on the fields, at their churches and in their community.

The cost is $150.00 per participant. Scholarships are available. The program will be located at St. Thomas Aquinas High School.

A complete registration packet is available upon request. For more information, please visit www.stalux.org/REACH, or call 603-742-3206.

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