THRIVE for the New Year
CAMP Rehoboth THRIVE Youth invites YOU to:
Practice kindness with YOUrself and your neighbors and wear your mask. It makes a big difference.
Wearing a mask is more than protecting yourself or obeying the current social standards. Wearing a mask and limiting the spread of COVID-19 is to keep others safe: your family, your friends, your coworkers, and even the strangers you pass by on the street.
Some people stay blind to the seriousness of COVID and completely ignore the benefits of face coverings and proper social distancing. If everyone were aware and stuck to the current rules even after the many months of quarantine, COVID cases would go down.
Wearing a mask means that we can all return to a normal life much sooner. Wearing a mask means our friends and family will be safe. Wearing a mask means that soon, no one will have to worry about COVID-19.
Artwork by Logan Thawley, a senior at Sussex Tech High School.
Barbara Antlitz, CAMP Rehoboth Youth Coordinator, is working with GSAs in middle and high schools in Sussex and Kent Countries, and with other groups supporting LGBTQ+ youth. Barbara can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.