The 2015-16 school year started off with a splash as we reached a new record for a single kayaking adventure: 102 paddlers!
If you happened upon the Little Miami River in early September you might have heard the thunderous sound of 102 paddlers splashing their way down stream as we embarked on our 1st adventure of the 2015-16 school year. Kayaking is always a favorite among students and staff alike. The thrill of being on the water is something that we think everyone should get the chance to enjoy.
Although 102 paddlers may seem like a chaotic frenzy of kayaks and kids (and a new single adventure record for OAC), the beauty and serenity of nature was undeniable. While our young adventurers enjoyed their time on the water, they also spent time learning important lessons about good stewardship and the importance of taking care of our natural resources.
With numbers like that, we’re well on our way to reaching our goal of 10,000 Adventures for 10,000 Kids (#10A410K). If you like to kayak and would like to see more kids getting out into nature, please support Outdoor Adventure Clubs. Your tax deductible donation will help fund a full range of activities, adventures, and experiences for students throughout Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.