Finding Courage Through Outdoor Adventures
Author and humanitarian, Gene Levebvre, paid "The Shack" a visit today. Gene is a born and raised Phoenician that caught the outdoor bug sitting in his North Phoenix High School auditorium in 1949, watching a film on mountain climbing. Hooked instantly, that film would give birth to several outdoor based organizations dedicated to providing a program to build courage in "other life adventures."
As the recipient of the Freedom From Fear Award and Anne Bartow and Tom Driver Award for Excellence in Non-Violent Direction Action in Retirement, both national awards, Gene brings Finding Courage Through Outdoor Adventures, a look into a group of individuals and their history in what would become the PAAK-Challenge and Reevis Mountain School.
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