Date: 08/01/2018 12:00:00
Event Title: Force Captain Training 2018
Description: Force Captain Training 2018 Register Today – Don’t Delay! August 1-3, 2018 Delaware Teens who want to make a difference in their community FREE Food, Transportation and Hotel Leadership Opportunities Free skills advancement Tobacco control training Teens working with other teens to achieve a common goal FUN! Beach Day, Karnival and team building E-Cigarette, vaping […]
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Force Captain Training 2018
Become a Force 4 Change in your community by being a KBG leader!
For more information, visit the Force Captain Training Event page.
KBG is going to turn Delaware turquoise to spread awareness about lung cancer.
During National Women’s Health Week, KBG is called to action – TURN DELAWARE TURQUOISE!
Learn more at our Turquoise Takeover page.
KBG Youth Retreats
Have fun while learning to stay tobacco-free!
Join Delaware’s largest and strongest youth movement against tobacco and nicotine products for a weekend of leadership, team building, and entertainment!
- Performances by KBG High School Groups
- Team Building
- Beach Games
KBG holds 4 annual retreats a year. Our fall retreat calls on those who want to be leaders in their community and in their KBG FORCE.
During a winter retreat, youth from all over Delaware and even the region come together to end tobacco and nicotine in our youth because TOGETHER WE CAN!
Warm spring months will bring a third KBG Leadership Retreat with members of our Anti-Ash Brigade (Elementary School Tobacco and Nicotine Fighters) with KBG FORCE Leaders to train, learn and team build.
Summer sunshine brings our final yearly planning retreat and senior recognition banquet. As we say goodbye to our seniors, award our KBG Scholarships we are simultaneously planning for a bigger and better year.
Kick Butts Day!
Join KBG on Kick Butts Day!
Taking action against Big Tobacco
Kick Butts Day is a national day of activism that empowers youth to speak up and take action against Big Tobacco at hundreds of events from coast to coast. Each year, Kick Butts Day takes place on the third Wednesday in March.
Teachers, youth leaders, and health advocates organize these events and mobilize students to raise awareness about the problems of tobacco use in schools and in the community.
One of the signature events of Kick Butts Day is the “Decorate a Door” contest. School students are encouraged to decorate a classroom door with an anti-tobacco message. Here are some doors from the 2011 contest.