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Teens in Action

The mission of the Camp Fire Teens in Action program is to build caring, confident youth and future leaders. The principles of Teens in Action are based on youth-adult partnerships and learning through empowering experiences. It is designed to connect youth with important skills that inspire community responsibility, contribute to the future of American volunteerism, encourage a sense of belonging and develop concern for others. Youth enrichment activities give teens the involvement and ownership necessary to make a difference in their communities and the world around them. It provides the opportunity to discover who they really are. Programs of this nature inspire and honor community responsibility, contribute to the future of American volunteerism and encourage a sense of caring for others.

The Teens in Action Service Director is Mrs. Rosemary Pezzuto at

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Teens in Action Activities at BMHS start in September.  Students can register for Teens in Action at  or by coming to our first meetings.  Watch the daily announcements for time and location.