Moose International Youth Awareness Congress April 27 – May 1
The founder of Kenosha Dream Playground Project, Tammy Conforti, will be a keynote speaker. – KDPP
On Thursday, April 27 Kenosha will be the site of the “Dream Big” challenge, part of the Moose International Youth Awareness week. A total of 57 High school students will arrive in Kenosha to compete for $30,000 in college scholarship money that is awarded annually through the Moose program.
The opening session will take place at the Kenosha County Building in Downtown Kenosha on Friday April 28 at 9 a.m.
Three students from Wisconsin will participate as 28 states will be represented from as far away as Alaska and the Canadian Province of Alberta.
Conforti will speak about her big dream of bringing Kenosha’s first ever fully accessible playground to fruition.
Hart will speak to the students to motivate them to dream big.
For more than 25 years, Moose International has organized high school students to become highly effective speakers with the goal of educating preschool and elementary school-aged children on a variety of topics, including drug and alcohol abuse, bullying, and nutrition.