THERE is nothing like a camp to bring a team together.
Circular Head Youth Leader Mayor Griffin Blizzard said its camp was a great time for bonding.
“Every year [the camp is held] as a bit of a team-building and a get-to-know-you, when we know who is on CHYL,” Mr Blizzard said.
This year CHYL spent two days at a farm at Sheffield.
“It was a one-night camp this year because we wanted to go to the [Unlock Tasmania] rally the next day,” Mr Blizzard said.
That was one of the things that was discussed at the camp, he said.
Alongside the mining rally, the members of CHYL also talked about their ideas for the following year.
“Basically we discussed a whole range of things that we wanted to see happen for the year,” Mr Blizzard said.
“It’s a really good start to the CHYL year. And it’s a really good idea to work out where everyone’s passions lie.”
Going away for a couple of days with the other CHYL members was the perfect opportunity to push the boundaries on comfort zones and explore new things, according to Mr Blizzard.
As for CHYL’s plans for the year, he said the camp brought to light that most of the CHYL members wanted to improve and enhance the events already in the Circular Head calendar.
“We can also explore new opportunities and new places for growth,” Mr Blizzard said.
Over the two days the CHYL members were on the farm, they were able to take part in horse riding – something that certainly pushed some members out of their comfort zone.
The group also made promotional videos explaining what CHYL is and does.
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