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"High Adventure was the best part of the summer- definitely something every DREAMer should look forward to!!" —Nicole Lobkowicz (Dartmouth ’03)

Thank you to Laurie Larson Laurie has supported DREAM since the beginning. In 2002, she enabled DREAM to secure funding for Liza Cowan’s position, which made the high adventure possible. She also supported DREAM in other ways, and we’re so grateful for all that she has contributed to DREAM!

Thank you to St. Thomas and St. Barnabas Church Generous contributions in support of the 2002 high adventure were made by the St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Hanover New Hampshire and St. Barnabas Church in Norwich. Thank you for making the high adventure a reality!

The summer of 2002 found 18 DREAMers horseback riding, white-water rafting, and serving communities across the Great American West, through Colorado and Utah. Over the six months preceding the trip, children from Templeton Court and several mentors from Dartmouth College spent countless hours planning and fundraising for an experience not soon to be forgotten. The experience was a challenge for all involved. The oldest children stepped into difficult leadership roles. All children learned basic life skills such as cooking and team work. The group focused on service to others, and was empowered through its own ability to better peoples’ situations. They also had countless new experiences and returned home scheming for next years destination. Pictures: Opposite page, clockwise: Selling DREAM cards to raise money...Mentors at Moosilauke training… This Page Clockwise from top left:: White Water Rafting, first day of volunteerting , Chris and Laura Burt, Barbara, Jesse and Chris pose, the children take a final bow after t they put on a theatrical extravanganza for the mentors, White water rafting… ! Center: All the children, mentors and families of those going on the trip get psyched for two weeks of adventure! 21

The DREAM Program, Annual Reports, Annual Report, 2002  
The DREAM Program, Annual Reports, Annual Report, 2002  

The DREAM Program's annual report!

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