Kindness in Action Video & Essay Contest
As a continuation of our March Finding Kind documentary screening we invite girls and women to show through images and words how self-responsibility and a commitment to standing up to bullying behaviors can lead to a kinder, more vibrant community for all.
An essay contest is open to girls ages 10-12, and a video contest is open to girls and women ages 13+. Each age category will have 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners who will receive prize packages valued at $50-$150.
For contest regulations and more information, please visit newkindnessinaction.com.
Kindness Gala Celebration Event
Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes and Leadership Green Bay, along with our generous sponsors, invite you to join us as we celebrate kindness in our community. We will honor the winners of the Kindness in Action video and essay contest and commemorate anti-bullying awareness in our schools and community. Attendees will hear from keynote speaker Ann Czarnik-Neimeyer, Assistant Director of St. Norbert College’s Cassandra Voss Center. Ms. Czarnik-Neimeyer will expand on her recent column in the Green Bay Press-Gazette and speak on issues of equality, confidence, female empowerment, and how kindness factors into it all.
Date: May 21, 2014
Time: 6–8:30 p.m.
Location: St. Norbert College (Michels Commons), De Pere, WI
All ages welcome!
Cost: $15 for ages 17 and below; $30 for adults (cost includes dinner)
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Ann Czarnik-Neimeyer is the assistant director and chief of staff at St. Norbert College’s new Cassandra Voss Center, which focuses on initiatives related to race, class, gender, and identity. The center is a 2.8 million dollar building project gaining regional and national recognition. She is a graduate of St. Norbert College with a degree in communications and emphasis in women’s and gender studies and religious studies. She has spoken and facilitated workshops at hundreds of events across the country with groups as large as 700. Ms. Czarnik-Neimeyer is particularly passionate about experiential education and has presented her curriculum at the Association for Experiential Education’s international conference. A daughter of a camp director, she grew up living and working at camps for 22 years before becoming the national events coordinator at Holden Village, a ecumenical learning and retreat center in the Cascade Mountains. In addition, Ms. Czarnik-Neimeyer was a Girl Scout for several years in her hometown of Appleton, Wisconsin, and is proud of all her badges—especially her leadership badge. She dreams of a women’s and gender studies badge being added to the Girl Scout badge curriculum! Most importantly, she notes, she can light a one match fire in the rain.