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At 2:30 a.m. in Soda Springs, I rolled through a right turn at a red light and soon learned “We don’t do ‘California Stops’ in Idaho.” … or so said the police officer who pulled me over pretty much immediately. Fortunately, I had made the slow rolling turn into the broad beams of the officer’s [ READ MORE... ]
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       The NLC Youth Education Workgroup, in 2011, began a project to identify the common “Core Values” of the Headwaters Youth Education Initiative, which was begun by TU staff members lead by Franklin Tate.      The Youth Education Workgroup created a Core Values survey which asked NLC’s, State [ READ MORE... ]
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Does your chapter or council have a youth leader in it—as in, a leader who is a young person?  Young people in their teens and early twenties take on MANY leadership roles at TU.  Here are just a few of the ways they can be involved:   ·         Chapter leaders – teens can be members of Chapter [ READ MORE... ]
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No matter your line of work, getting the buy-in of the "younger crowd" is becoming increasingly important. A decade ago, I was editing a daily newspaper here in Idaho, and while content and ethics and objectivity remained my highest priorities, readership was something I couldn't ignore. My [ READ MORE... ]
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blog BY Beede ON October 5 - 2 COMMENTS
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  "Adam Beede is getting press all over! He writes articles, started a student TU chapter at college, helps with many of our events, and just keeps running out in front of the pack. What an example"(Getz)! "Adam is a college student now. He got to school and immediately started a student TU chapter [ READ MORE... ]
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Check out this video: http://vimeo.com/75168059 We're featured in TU's national campaign to promote youth education at about 6 and half minutes into the video.  Like that Rebecca caught the biggest brookie on Dry River that day.  And the fist bump between Neil and Jacob!  Go Dukes!  Doc.
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