Game Night at the Homestead


The Indian Lake Youth Leadership Impact team organized a Game Night at the Homestead. Students from all of the schools’ Impact teams were invited. Cole and Lane Mefford played euchre with the two local experts and Chase Coburn stayed close to learn the game. Others played Uno, Old Maid and the game of “Life”. Games were not the only activity. By request of the residents a table and chairs was designated for just chatting. Students sat around the table and visited and learned many things about each other.

The Indian Lake Youth Leadership Impact team organized a Game Night at the Homestead. Students from all of the schools’ Impact teams were invited. Cole and Lane Mefford played euchre with the two local experts and Chase Coburn stayed close to learn the game. Others played Uno, Old Maid and the game of “Life”. Games were not the only activity. By request of the residents a table and chairs was designated for just chatting. Students sat around the table and visited and learned many things about each other.


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The Indian Lake Youth Leadership Impact team organized a Game Night at the Homestead. Students from all of the schools’ Impact teams were invited. Cole and Lane Mefford played euchre with the two local experts and Chase Coburn stayed close to learn the game. Others played Uno, Old Maid and the game of “Life”. Games were not the only activity. By request of the residents a table and chairs was designated for just chatting. Students sat around the table and visited and learned many things about each other.

The Indian Lake Youth Leadership Impact team organized a Game Night at the Homestead. Students from all of the schools’ Impact teams were invited. Cole and Lane Mefford played euchre with the two local experts and Chase Coburn stayed close to learn the game. Others played Uno, Old Maid and the game of “Life”. Games were not the only activity. By request of the residents a table and chairs was designated for just chatting. Students sat around the table and visited and learned many things about each other.
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/02/web1_Web-12.jpgThe Indian Lake Youth Leadership Impact team organized a Game Night at the Homestead. Students from all of the schools’ Impact teams were invited. Cole and Lane Mefford played euchre with the two local experts and Chase Coburn stayed close to learn the game. Others played Uno, Old Maid and the game of “Life”. Games were not the only activity. By request of the residents a table and chairs was designated for just chatting. Students sat around the table and visited and learned many things about each other. Submitted photo