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2013 ALTERNATIVE BREAK TRIP to WARM SPRINGS, OREGON
MONDAY JUNE 17TH TO FRIDAY JUNE 21ST
Learn more online: http://oregonstate.edu/cce/alternativebreaks
Exploring Cultural Engagement & Community Wellness: Warm Springs, OR
Trip Cost: $140 (includes 4 dinners & 2 lunches)
Discover various factors impacting community health and wellness in Warm Springs by exploring elements of food sourcing, community and cultural activities, and outdoor recreation. Through direct service work, we will explore community gardens, nutrition classes, cultural events, and outdoor recreation/education that all impact the health and livability of the Warm Springs area. During our trip activities will likely include working on building raised garden beds for senior living, working at a community celebration (includes pow-wow, rodeo, horse racing, and other games), working with youth, hiking at Smith Rock, visiting the Museum at Warm Springs, and visiting with faculty and staff at the Warm Springs Extension Office to learn about the services and programs put on by OSU Extension for the community. We will be visiting with the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation and exploring and learning about the tribal customs of the native populations. Home to Warm Springs, Wasco, and Paiute tribes, the Warm Springs Reservation is inhabited by nearly 4,000 tribal members, most of whom live in or around the town of Warm Springs.
Note: Lodging will be the Kahneeta Resort & Spa (Teepee camping: This includes free pool entry. Also located in the Teepee area: bathhouse, restrooms, hot showers, laundry, vending machines, and a snack bar.) Trip fee includes transportation, lodging, 2 lunches, and4 dinners that will be prepared and shared together as a group. You will be responsible for your meals on travel days as well as for purchasing materials for meals not provided. There will be a professional kitchen available to prepare breakfast, pack a lunch, and cook dinner. There are two training rooms available for group reflection, activities, and bonding. The training rooms and the professional kitchen are located in the same building at the OSU Extension Office.
Learn more about lodging accommodations here: http://www.kahneeta.com/kah-nee-ta/rvs-and-teepee-s.htm
COMPLETED APPLICATIONS ARE DUE MONDAY, APRIL 29TH, 2013 AT 5PM
Student Leadership & Involvement, Information Desk, 149 Snell Hall/Memorial Union East
Mail Application: Center for Civic Engagement, 158 Snell Hall/Memorial Union East,
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331
Applicants will be notified of the selection outcomes during early May.
Questions? Contact Julia Lang, Civic Engagement GTA, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-737-3172.