In growing children into responsible adults who care about their communities, parents look to many different resources. Here in Laveen, there are several youth organizations geared toward helping our community’s young people achieve that goal.

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Laveen Pathfinders 4-H Club teaches children about animals and their care, as well as about citizenship.


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Troop 244 at Camp Raymond, June 2015

Two prominent ones are: 4-H (for children ages 5-18) and the scouting programs for boys (ages 6 to their 18th birthday) and for girls starting in kindergarten and continuing through young adulthood. Both 4-H and scouting are organizations that operate worldwide and have national headquarters to oversee the broader national presence. Local clubs, however, are overseen regionally.


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