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As part of the contract under which the National Guard Child and Youth Program operates, we have been asked to survey Families who have utilized Child and Youth Program resources and services from the period of 1 June 2014 to present.

We are also asking for state leadership input on the program. The purpose […]

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A FREE annual event provided for military members* (active, retired, or veteran) and their families.

Attendees are invited to enjoy horseback riding, a BBQ picnic, and other activities fun for all ages. Free trail rides throughout the beautiful countryside on well behaved, healthy horses, are available for anyone over the age of five and […]

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Women Veterans Retreat

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The Women Veterans Retreat is coming up next month May 15, 2015 in Eau Claire. This free event is open to all women veterans, their families and friends.

The evening before there will be a bonfire listening session with s’mores. There is also a block of rooms for those interested reserved at the Continue Reading

WHO: Military Teens between the ages of 14 and 17
WHEN: May 15-17 2015
WHERE: Weston, WI (location subject to change)

Teens will spend the weekend learning ways to strengthen their resilience skills. From Laughter Therapy to Physical Fitness, youth will learn ways to relieve stress and thrive in the face of […]

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WHO: Military Youth between the ages of 11 and 13
WHEN: May 15-17 2015
WHERE: Weston, WI (location subject to change)

Most Military Youth are natural leaders, this summit is designed to sharpen their leadership skills and abilities, and teach them how to use them in their daily lives and in their […]

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In 1986 Secretary of Defense, Casper W. Weinberger, declared April to be the Month of the Military Child, and started a long tradition of honoring our
nation’s youngest heroes.

Each Year the WI National Guard Child and Youth Program sends out small packets with a certificate of appreciation, letters from both WI Senior
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