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The Wisconsin National Guard, Service Member Support Division, Child and Youth Program is excited to announce registration for campers and volunteers is now open for Badger Youth Camp 2016.

Volunteers

Do you have a passion for working with military youth? Do you enjoy volunteering in fun hand-on settings? If so, we are looking for […]

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Registration is now open for the 2016 Wisconsin National Guard Youth Camp hosted by the Service Member Support Division, Child and Youth Program. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity for your military youth to connect with their peers from around the state while enhancing their resilience skills, quality of life and well-being through fun, […]

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You’re invited to join the Wisconsin National Guard Child and Youth Program and the Wisconsin National Guard Prevention Response and Outreach office for a fun filled family event focused on promoting resilience in the entire family. You’ve heard the word “resilience” but do you have the skills to live a resilient life? The events focus […]

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Have you ever heard of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), www.consumerfinance.gov? The CFPB is a governmental agency that helps the consumer finance markets work by making rules more effective, by consistently and fairly enforcing those rules, and by empowering consumers to take more control over their economic lives. The CFPB is […]

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Family Resilience Training
Youth Ages 11-18*
11-12 December 2015
Green Bay, WI
1800-2100 (11 Dec 2015)
0900-1700 (12 Dec 2015)

(Hotel provided for families commuting greater than 50 miles one way.)

Hey Packer fans do you enjoy tailgating with the family at Lambeau field? How about possibly touring the Packers Hall of Fame?

If […]

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According to the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, one in three children is overweight or obese. Childhood obesity places children at risk for developing type 2 diabetes before even reaching adulthood. Overweight children are also at risk for high blood pressure and heart disease. Childhood obesity can be prevented and much of […]

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