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Leadership retreat promises rest, relaxation

The campus student leadership team plans to relax and rejuvenate after the hectic weeks leading up to Night of the Stars amidst the snowy splendor of the Sierras.

Campus leadership coordinator Scott Falk will be taking the leadership class to his cabin in Shaver Lake for a retreat, Feb. 26-28. Advisers Josh Tosland and Ericlee Gilmore have activities planned to encourage team building.

This Sierra retreat was designed to prepare for the last of the year’s events and also to give the group a chance to create and focus on new goals.

“We would like to further build relationships between the members of leadership,” Tosland said. “Also, we want to reestablish our year-long goals and refocus the students on reaching these goals.”

Activities will include a hike in the mountains, night games, sharing and devotional time and the traditional campfire meal and worship.

“I’m excited about the retreat in Shaver and being in the snow,” Hillary Kell, ’05, said. “It will be fun just to get together and relax.”

This particular retreat will differ from previous retreats. Since it occurs relatively late in the year, the leadership class has a chance to reflect on their earlier goals. They will focus on how they can improve and better plan for the future, as they congratulate themselves on a job well done.

“This is will be a time of bonding,” Falk said. “It’s a chance for students to unwind after a stressful semester of planning and putting on the Night of the Stars formal.”

While the goals are clearly set for this retreat, the schedule will be unstructured, allowing students to have free time without being tied down to planned events.

The Shaver retreat will continue through Feb. 28 at noon.

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