The 2014 delegation just returned from their second overnighter. In addition to the usual hiking, biking, climbing, and caving options, an additional group went to West Virginia University for an overnighter focused on music. The first day focused on the fusion of technology and music, followed by a private tour of the Creative Arts Center. Today, they enjoyed a presentation about the influence of the Renaissance on the scientific revolution and witnessed a blacksmithing demonstration.
“Understanding Source Water and Its Protection” was the topic of the evening lecture, by Ms. Crystal Hubbard, a geologist for the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources/Bureau for Public Health/Office of Environmental Health. Her lecture discussed where water comes from, how we can protect it and keep it safe for future use.