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Building Community Through Kayaking - Kate Wagner

 
Building Community Through Kayaking - Kate Wagner
Building Community Through Kayaking - Kate Wagner
Building Community Through Kayaking - Kate Wagner
 
December 24, 2013 - 
 

A couple months ago I decided to take a break from working in mental health and refresh my perspective by working at the Next Adventure Paddle Sports Center.  It has been a nice change of pace to say the least.

The thing I wanted to highlight, is something we call the Get Out and Paddle.  Every second, third and fourth week of the month (November through March) we offer a free kayaking trip on various local rivers.  The difficulty of river is determined by the week, meaning week two is class two, etc.  The trip is not instructional or guided, just organized for maximum fun.

We have had great turn outs this year, averaging around twenty folks per trip.  It has proven to be a wonderful way for folks to meet other paddlers, try out new runs, and have a fun day on the river.

 
 

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