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Arrow-Heart Adventure Camp Teens become Santa’s Helpers for Christmas!

The teens of Arrow-Heart Adventure camp were honored to join forces with other Weiser volunteers to help support the annual Weiser community “Ho Ho Express” program. The “Ho Ho Expres” transports between 100 and 150 under privileged children to Wal-Mart every year to purchase gifts for their family members. This year the Arrow-Heart Adventure Camp teens became Santa’s helpers, assisting the families with their holiday selections. Financial support for this program is funded from local donations every year with Hometown Motor’s as their major contributor.

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Saturday, November 23

ARROW-HEART Adventure Camp is stuffing this Thanksgiving to the brim with a fun-filled festive day of holiday fun! To commemorate the holiday and give thanks, ARROW-HEART Adventure Camp is thrilled to announce a special day of Thanksgiving activities that includes cross-bow health and physical training, archery, team building paintball challenges and a pre-Thanksgiving feast for the whole Arrow-Heart family to share.

ARROW-HEART welcomes food donations for the dinner. Interested donors should contact Billie De Young at 208-550-1755 for more information.

WHAT: Thanksgiving-themed day of activities for ARROW-HEART campers DATE: Saturday, November 23 WHERE: Weiser High School, Boise, Community Church
SCHEDULE OF DAILY ACTIVITIES – SATURDAY (November 23rd)

TIME EVENT
9:00 – 10:30 Cross-Bow Training at Weiser High School
10:30 – 12:00 Indianhead Bowhunters Leadership Training
12:00 – 12:45 Working Lunch
12:45 – 2:00 Travel to Boise
2:00 – 4:00 Paintball Challenge
4:00 – 5:30 Travel to Weiser
5:30 – 6:30 Dinner Prep
6:30 – 7:00 Social Gathering at the Community Church
7:00 – 8:00 Thanksgiving Dinner
8:00 – 8:30 After Action Review

ARROW-HEART welcomes sponsorships. For sponsorship information please contact co-founder Todd Zucker sent via email, arrowheartcamps@gmail.com.

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To learn more about camp activities, its mission and philosophy and about how you can help contribute to the ARROW-HEART program please visit: http://www.arrow-heart.com/

Halloween-Themed Day of Activities for Teen Campers

Arrow-Heart Adventure Camp Announces Exciting Halloween-Themed Day of Activities for Teen Campers

Halloween excitement comes to ARROW-HEART Adventure Camp this holiday season in a fun-filled day of festive activities for campers. Scheduled for Saturday, October19, ARROW-HEART has crafted an action-packe dday for teenage campers, including a Regatta-style boat race and a spooky ghosthunting competition. Featured activities also include cross-bow training and a pumpkin carving contest. ARROW-HEART welcomes pumpkin donations for the mid-afternoon carving session. Interested donors should contact Billie DeYoung at 208-550-1755 for more information.

WHAT:Halloween-themed day of activities for ARROW-HEART teens
DATE:Saturday,October19,2013
WHERE:WHS campus, Payette pool, Weiser Institute

SCHEDULE OF DAILY ACTIVITIES–SATURDAY(October19th)

TIME EVENT
10:00– 10:30 Assemble at Weiser High School
10:30- 11:30 Cross-Bow Training Weiser H.S.
11:30– 12:30 Lunch
12:30– 13:00 TraveltoPayette
13:00– 14:30 BoatRegattaChallenge
14:30– 15:15 TraveltoWeiser
15:15– 17:00 PumpkinCarving(Greenhouse)
17:00– 17:15 TraveltoIdahoPizza
17:15– 18:30 Dinner
18:30– 18:45 LeaveforWeiserInstitute
18:45– 20:30 GhostHunterExperience
20:30–21:00 ARROW-HEARTTeenReflection
21:00– TeensreturnHome

ARROW-HEART welcomes sponsorships. For sponsorship information please contact co-founder Todd Zucker sent via email, arrowheartcamps@gmail.com

Lynda Hirsch on Television

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“Days of Our Lives” Shawn Christian (Daniel) has a new and improved Website: “People stole my name and I can’t get it back, so shawnchristianofficial.com is now my official web site.

You can find clips and pictures. There is also news on everything I’m doing, from Arrowhead Adventure Camps [Arianne Zucker’s new organization] to the Web series, ‘Addicts Anonymous.’ Anything I’ve done from ‘As the World Turns’ (Mike) to ‘Days’ is also on the site. It’s a whirlwind of information.”

As for ARROW-HEART, “Days of our Lives” and the Ken Corday Foundation have reaffirmed their commitment to making a difference in teen lives through a major sponsorship of $25,000 that just launched the ARROW-HEART Adventure Camps.

Arianne Zucker, two-time Emmy nominee, and her brother Todd Zucker are co-founders of ARROW-HEART. ARROW-HEART equips teens at a crossroads with the survival skills to build a sense of self-worth, take responsibility for their lives and ultimately become an asset in their communities.

“Our philosophy is to cultivate critical thinking skills through a character and team-building structure rooted in our six Cs: character, commitment, communication, critical thinking, credibility and compassion,” said Todd Zucker.

“I believe mentorship through a challenging camp experience connects us to the simplicity of the outdoors while providing the opportunity to build a strong sense of self-worth. These kids are our future and with the encouragement of our camp it is our mission to inspire them to be productive members of a world community.”

“Days of our Lives” and the Ken Corday Foundation sponsorship contributions go a long way towards meeting the $150,000 2013 fundraising goal of ARROW-HEART, which opened its doors on Sept. 28 in Weiser, Idaho.

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Days Of Our Lives Stars Launch Arrow-Heart.

Ari Zucker(Nikki Nelson/WENN.com)
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Partnering for a cause.

“DOOL’s” Arianne Zucker (Nicole) has partnered with her brother Todd Zucker to co-found Arrow-Heart, an outdoor adventure camp. The project is meant to equip teens at a crossroads with the survival skills and help them take responsibility for their lives so that they can become an asset in their communities. “Our philosophy is to cultivate critical thinking skills through a character and team building structure rooted in our six C’s: character, commitment, communication, critical thinking, credibility and compassion,” Todd Zucker explained.

For Arianne, the founding of the charity was an extension of her desire to make a difference in the lives of young people. “I believe mentorship through a challenging camp experience connects us to the simplicity of the outdoors while providing the opportunity to build a strong sense of self-worth. These kids are our future and with the encouragement of our camp it is our mission to inspire them to be productive members of a world community,” she said.

Other members of the “DOOL” family have also become involved. Shawn Christian (Daniel) works on marketing and branding while The Ken Corday Foundation has offered a major sponsorship of $25,000. Arrow-Heart Adventure Camps currently have a $150,000 fundraising goal for 2013. For more about the camp, its mission and how you can help contribute, please visit Arrow-Heart.

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Soapdom – Days of our Lives’ Arianne Zucker takes aim with Arrow Heart

Days of our Lives and the Ken Corday Foundation have reaffirmed their commitment to making a difference in teen lives through a major sponsorship of $25,000 that just launched the ARROW-HEART Adventure Camps.

Arianne Zucker, two time Emmy nominee, and her brother Todd Zucker are co-founders of ARROW-HEART. Through an exciting and challenging outdoor adventure camp experience ARROW-HEART equips teens at a crossroads with the survival skills to build a sense of self-worth, take responsibility for their lives, and ultimately, become an asset in their communities.

“Our philosophy is to cultivate critical thinking skills through a character and team building structure rooted in our six C’s: character, commitment, communication, critical thinking, credibility and compassion,” said Todd Zucker.

Arianne Zucker has played the role of Nicole Walker on Days of our Lives since 1998. The founding of ARROW-HEART with her brother Todd was the natural extension of her deep passion for making a difference in the lives of teens. Says Arianne: “I believe mentorship through a challenging camp experience connects us to the simplicity of the outdoors while providing the opportunity to build a strong sense of self-worth. These kids are our future and with the encouragement of our camp it is our mission to inspire them to be productive members of a world community.”

The ARROW-HEART Adventure Camps team consists of:
· Arianne Zucker, Creator/ Co-Founder and CEO
· Todd Zucker, Creator/ Co-Founder and Board Vice-President/School Administrator
· Steve Fenske, Executive Director/ Board President/Law Enforcement
· Billie DeYoung, Board Treasurer/Accountant
· Shawn Christian, Marketing/Branding, Daniel Jonas/Days of Our Lives
· Philippe Van Den Bossche, Fundraising

Days of our Lives and the Ken Corday Foundation sponsorship contributions go a long way towards meeting the $150,000 2013 fundraising goal of ARROW-HEART, which opened its doors on September 28 in Weiser, Idaho.

During kick-off weekend, campers and ARROW-HEART team members also participated in an adventurous ropes course. Shawn Christian elaborates, “Watching these kids high in the air on the ropes course building a sense of trust in one another and us was an inspiring first day of camp.” Arianne Zucker can be seen below about to make a daring leap.

Happy Campers -- To kick off ARROW-HEART Adventure Camps, members of Wieser City Police and Washington County Sheriffs played a softball game with camp goers!

Happy Campers — To kick off ARROW-HEART Adventure Camps, members of Wieser City Police and Washington County Sheriffs played a softball game with camp goers!

Arianne describes her experience— “This camp is incredible for everyone involved, including myself. I have a very big fear of heights and when I was up on the ropes course and felt I couldn’t make the leap from the platform to the triangle bar all the kids were encouraging me to do it and I had only known them for an hour. If we can build this kind of team work within these teens in one day, imagine what we could do in ten months.”

We’re also happy to announce that Washington County is allowing juveniles on probation to fulfill community service hours at ARROW-HEART Adventure Camps.

The NEXT ADVENTURE for the ARROW-HEART teens involves a CROSS-BOW Fitness session, after which the campers will be challenged with the engineering of catapults for the PUMPKIN LAUNCH and a thrilling team building GHOST HUNTERS adventure.

To learn more about camp activities, its mission and philosophy and about how you can help contribute to the ARROW-HEART program please visit: http://www.arrow-heart.com/

Ari Zucker

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