WADL for Animals: How to Not Duck Out on Animal Rights
Before you waddle into the lake, come join the Wesleyan Animal Defense League (WADL) for a morning filled with guest speakers and animal-themed activities to learn more about how animals help us and, in turn, what we can do to help animals. You’ll even get the opportunity to have your animal rights art project featured on both the Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes and the Wesleyan Animal Defense League’s social media. Cadettes will earn their Animal Helpers badge.
This is a virtual event and will take place over Zoom.
Virtual Event Details:
-Handouts and badges mailed to each registrant prior to event
-Email confirmation with joining instructions and supply list sent 2 weeks before event
-Cost of event will be $10
Girls will need:
-Common household supplies, listed in supply list
-Access to tablet, phone, or computer able to support Zoom and Kahoot
Program Pillar- Outdoors: Girls discover that they can better solve problems and overcome challenges, build social bonds, and become team players that care about protecting our environment.
Outcomes- Positive Values: Girls educate and inspire others to act.
Community Problem Solving: Girls desire to contribute to the world in purposeful and meaningful ways, learn how to identify problems in the community, and create action plans to solve them.