‘Adelante Chicas’ Summer Camp Promotes Healthy Lifestyle, Education for Young Latinas
Latina girls are learning about fitness, nutrition, healthy body image and other valuable lessons at a new summer day camp called Adelante Chicas at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Ore.
The camp, a three-week event for Latina girls from third grade to high school, is a youth development arm of Oregon nonprofit Adelante Mujeres, which provides holistic education, career development and support services for low-income Latinas and their families, OregonLive.com reports.
Girls at the camp participate in yoga, historic walks, nutrition lessons and even get to transform Spinach into a fruit smoothie.
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