Teenagers get in touch with history at Lake Mungo

Mungo National Park served as the backdrop to a youth engagement program this week. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

Mungo National Park served as the backdrop to a youth engagement program this week. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

LAKE Mungo proved an ideal backdrop for teenagers to come out of their shell and engage in workshops, designed to prepare them for life after school.

A group of teenagers from Sunraysia and areas including Broken Hill, Renmark and Adelaide spent three days at Lake Mungo experiencing its rich history and building a range of life skills as part of the Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN).

Topics at this year’s camp included resilience, how to overcome a rough upbringing, as well as raising awareness of foster care.

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