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					         9th Annual
  Delaware River Education
Youth Eco-Leadership Summit

    “Improving Our World: One
       Watershed at a Time”
  What is this disk?

This disk is designed to give you a
brief overview of what we intend to
accomplish at this summit. It also
contains other information for your
convenience.
                Sponsored By




   The Eco-Summit is sponsored by the Pa. Dept. of
    Conservation and Natural Resources (Bureau of State
    Parks) in conjunction with the Delaware River Basin
    Commission. Some funding support is provided by the
    William Penn Foundation.
Host School
          Northampton Senior
           High is the host
           school for this year’s
           Eco-Summit.
           Our group
Justin   Mark
                    Ryan

                                 Josh

 Melissa
                Abbie


                        Nicole
    Tuscarora Inn
                 For the ninth year in
                  a row, Tuscarora
                  Inn, in Mt. Bethel,
                  Pennsylvania, will be
                  hosting the Youth
                  Eco-Summit.



Dining Hall
Tuscarora Inn Map
                  Rooms


                          Ribe Lodge
Hillside Manor




      Riverview
      Cottages
Gym and Auditorium
Recreation & Relaxation
                         Tennis Courts (Bring
 Basketball Courts
                         your own equipment)




           A beautiful view of
           the Delaware River
                Presentation
-Attending groups are required to do a project and create a
presentation. All groups must base their presentations on
our theme: “Improving Our World: One Watershed at a
Time.”
-Groups should make presentations that give more than
just facts. We need to see reasons for these facts and ways
that you can improve your watershed.
 -Every group should design and create a poster or other
 display for all members at the summit to view. Each
 group also needs to summarize its entire presentation
 into a span of five minutes.
             Activities
In the past, there have      Presentations
been many enjoyable
activities we hope to               Canoeing
continue, including:




                          Outdoor BBQ
               Closing Remarks

One last tip: Some groups have had success in fundraising
by asking local groups, doctors, police forces, service
groups (e.g Rotary Clubs, Rod and Gun Clubs), local
businesses, etc. This is another route to try if you are
having fiscal difficulties. If you have any questions or
concerns please contact: Bonnie Tobin @ 610-982-0161
              or Tammie Peffer @ 610-796-3691
                    Technology Concerns?
      E-mail: Ryan at racollins3@juno.com or
              Justin at justo8484@hotmail.com

				
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