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Outdoor Leadership Club works to build healthy youth leaders in 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. The program offers separate activities for boys and girls each week. After-school activities are structured to encourage positive choices, build self-esteem, and learn life-skills through outdoor recreation and participation.

ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:

Hiking

Camping

Rock Climbing

Swimming

Biking

Fishing

Team Sports

Cross-Country Skiing

Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding

Leadership

Community Service

Snowshoeing

OLC provides youth with the skills and education to help them make positive choices. Activities also provide an opportunity for participants to form relationships with adults and peers, as well as to develop and practice communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills.

OLC builds:
Determination
Resilience
Self-Discipline

Youth earn points for participation during the school year, and those with the highest points earn participation in special activities including ski days. Monthly events include activities like rock climbing, snowboarding, and camping. Multiple-day excursions like the Utah climbing trip in June is a capstone adventure encompassing all the skills learned throughout the year.

Makali joined Full Circle in 2007. He has many years experience working with youth as a soccer coach,  para-pro at Lake County Middle School and as a Full Circle Mentor. 

He has a big family – with the whole Beck Clan spread from Alabama to Leadville. He served in the Alabama National Guard from 1999-2006, including 10 months in Tikrit, Iraq as a Communications Specialist.

Makali loves soccer, Tennessee Volunteer Football, fishing, skiing and generally living the Good Life in Leadville.

If you would like more information or have questions about OLC, please feel free to contact him at:

makali@fullcircleleadville.org OR (719) 486-2400 ex. 12

Haley comes to Full Circle having recently worked with for Rocky Mountain Youth Corps (RMYC) for the last three summers and two falls.  RMYC is a non-profit conservation corps ran out of Steamboat Springs that serves nearly all of Colorado and parts of Utah/Wyoming as well. Her focus was leading youth ages 11-18 in conservation work and fun times throughout  Colorado including Rifle, Meeker, and Leadville. Haley cherishes relationships that youth-work allows her to create and cultivate.

Outdoor-wise Haley loves hiking, snowboarding, camping, hanging out in or around large or small bodies of water, hula hooping, and picnicking.

Get ahold of Haley with any questions about her programs at haley@fullcircleleadville.org OR (719) 486-2400