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LEAP Youth Summer Trip

 

Clarksville, TN – The LEAP Organization will be collaborating with churches and the community to take 30 youth on a four day Summer Trip to Atlanta, GA from July 26th to July 29th. The total cost per participant is $150.00.

This price will cover transportation in a chartered bus and lodging at the Marriot Atlanta Norcross. It also covers admission into the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Inside CNN Studio Tour, Zoo Atlanta, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Six Flags, and Martin Luther King Memorial.

This trip is open to youth from the community on a first come first serve basis. The deadline to have the registration form and permission slips signed by a parent/guardian and returned is July 1st. The $150.00 must be paid in full by July 11th. Payment plans are available.

LEAP will be conducting fundraisers over the summer to help offset the cost for youth desiring to attend the trip that are enrolled in the program. The organization is also seeking businesses, churches, and individuals willing to sponsor some of the kids.

For more information about the trip, obtaining a registration form, and/or sponsoring a youth please call 931.245.6922 or email info@leaporg.net


About Richard Garrett

    Richard Garrett

    Richard Garrett also known as Reason is Founder & Executive Director of the LEAP Organization which provides Youth Development services. He is also a licensed Realtor with Keller Williams Realty.

    His hobbies consist of playing basketball in addition to building websites, writing, and publishing other authors book under his company Liberated Publishing Inc.

    He graduated from Austin Peay State University with a Bachelors in Public Management.

    For more information on LEAP visit www.leaporg.net. To contact Reason directly email reason@leaporg.net or call 931-378-0500

    Web Site: http://leaporg.net/
    Email: reason@leaporg.net

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