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RYLA is April 21-23, 2017

 
WHAT HAPPENS AT RYLA?  Each year, between 180 and 200 high school students from the Los Angeles area which defines Rotary International District 5280 meet for 2 ½ days and participate in a variety of activities, including active leadership workshops, team building activities, an Olympics and talent show. Set high in the San Bernardino Mountains, the setting of the camp is breath taking and completely private, giving the students a peaceful environment in which to learn to know themselves and each other better. 
 
 
 
Many friendships develop at these assemblies, some of which are carried forward as the students grow and mature.   This conference offers your student an opportunity to learn and express leadership skills and to accept individual responsibility as the basis for personal success, community involvement and group achievement.
 
 
RYLA has a full agenda of excellent speakers and motivators, as well as many activities, all designed to challenge the students and help them develop their leadership skills, for their benefit and the benefit of their communities.  
 
For More information, contact one of the District 5280 RYLA Chairs:
 Elyse Beardsley, elyse@industriallock.com or Joe Harding, joseph@urbanunicornproductions.com