The Transformative Impact of Knights Motivational Camp
Service projects are a fantastic way for students to give back to their community while also expanding their perspectives and learning about the world around them. These types of initiatives often challenge young people to step outside their comfort zone, engage with new people and ideas, and put their skills and talents to work in meaningful ways.
One perfect example of this is the Knights Motivational Camp, which takes place every February and is attended by the George B. Carter Serteen Club of Hawaii. During this five-day encampment, students have the opportunity to bond with one another, participate in educational and leadership seminars, and engage in fun activities such as hiking in beautiful locations like Kalalau Valley, Kauai, and the rim of Kilauea Caldera.
The 2023 camp was particularly special as Sertoma National President Renee Ward presented a proclamation to the Honolulu Sertoma club Treasurer Dan Patterson and Honolulu Sertoma Secretary Kristl Patterson in recognition of their decades-long support of the Serteens Club of Hawaii. This kind of dedication and commitment to service is exactly what makes programs like Knights Motivational Camp so powerful; they provide opportunities for young people to give back, to learn from those who have come before them, and to truly make a difference in their community.
Learn more about the George B. Carter Serteen Club at SerteensHawaii.org.