Norway has the highest literacy rate in the world, and 90% of Norwegians speak a second language (primarily English). And yet, Norwegian children don't start formal education until they are over the age of 7. Instead, they spend their pre-school and kindergarten years engaging in active play. Norway recognizes that social and emotional health and physical wellbeing is essential to child development; including their academic achievement.
“When the local community and other Tahoe fans come together, great things happen. Not only were there double the breweries, but the Club also raised double the funds.”
“We’re thrilled to collaborate with the BGCLT, giving back and making a positive impact in the world is who we are as a brand,” said Parker.
The Bright Futures Awards Ceremony, held at the Angel of Tahoe Building on Wednesday, April 26th, was a wonderful event for Club members, staff, donors and community partners.