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Room & Board for Youth Groups at GA
Room & Board for Youth Groups at GA

Bringing a group of youth to GA this year and just don't know where to start? Or do you wish your annual GA trip was easier? Check out our video series starring some real experts at bringing youth groups to GA. You asked, and we've answered!

These nine 15-minute videos will be released every 1-2 weeks and will be themed according to what you can work on at each point of the timeline. Bookmark the web page or sign up for the Blue Boat newsletter to catch the latest update.

Part 3: Let's All Go to GA!

Part 3: Let's All Go to GA!

Video recording: 11 minutes, 4 seconds

If there are two things we know about youth, it's that they need to eat (especially if there are things they won't eat) and they need a place to sleep (even if they don't do much sleeping there). Find out where to stay and how to make those arrangements. Then, we talk about where to find food for a group of youth for a whole week on the cheap, even late at night - the secret is all in the prep ahead of time. (Oh, and also: No, there is no designated "youth hotel." You're on your own!)

This video series is hosted by: Deborah Neisel-Sanders, Jessica Laikeman, Mary Carter-Vail, and Scott Stewart.

Links to the programs and opportunities mentioned in this video are available at For GA Trip Organizers.

About the Author

  • Deborah joined the staff of the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries in December 2009. She brings more than thirty years' experience providing administrative support to organizations large and small, both corporate and not-for-profit. Her breadth of non-profit experience includes...

For more information contact youth@uua.org.

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