Sh*t Happens: Fundraising Isn’t Always Smooth Sailing

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Mason McNulty’s List of Top Road-Blocks

 

1. PROBLEM: Communication issues with adults/authority. Sometimes your fundraiser might require use of a public space that an official has to sign off on, or sometimes you need to check with a neighborhood to make sure it’s okay if you run an event within earshot. And, sometimes the adults you need

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Youth Ambassador Voices

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We talk about how we help youth get active and give back, and we swear on our sweaty t-shirts it’s all true. BUT, if you want to understand how Positive Tracks actually empowers youth, there’s nothing better than hearing it straight from the source. If you have 7 minutes to spare, we hope you will check

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Kate Dumanian: Climbing High For BCM

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When Kate Dumanian’s younger brother gave her a subscription to Backpacker Magazine for Christmas, she was thrilled but not surprised. The Dumanians, from Los Altos, California, are an outdoor family, and their vacations typically involve outdoor adventure – often in the mountains. From grade 4-12, Kate spent her summers at Cheley Camps in Estes Park,

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Josh Elkes: Going the Distance for GRS

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Josh Elkes, 2014 Grassroot Soccer Sweatys Awards nominee, is winner of the 2014 Sweatys Get Active Award, and also the Co-Chair of the Positive Tracks Youth Ambassador Board.

When Josh Elkes was kicked off his high school track team for refusing to run an extra lap, nobody could have guessed that in a few short years he

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