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It was with great pride that Judy presented the Outward Bound Monaco class of 2010 to Patron, HSH Prince Albert II  of Monaco at the annual "Graduation" ceremony at the Virage restaurant in Monaco. The Prince who actively supports Outward Bound in all its activities came to meet the young people who had taken part in both the UK and Monaco based courses and present them with their awards. Said Judy, "We can rightly be very proud of what we have achieved in the Principality since 2004. We are increasing our  intake every year  and are a Monaco based charity association at the service of the local rivirera community which I think what really appeals to our local supporters. To work alongside OB UK in both fund raising and running the courses has certainily helped to consolidate positive ties between the two countries in many areas."

Judy presents the activities of Outward Bound Monaco 2010 alongside Patron, HSH Prince Albert II and Vice President Rob Rutter photo by Ed Wright Images

Outward Bound Monaco Class of 2010 Flies the Flag
 
On 23rd November 2010, Outward Bound Monaco held its annual “graduation” ceremony to celebrate the successful Outward Bound students of 2010.
 
HSH Prince Albert of Monaco, Patron of OB Monaco Association came to present the certificates and chat to the young people about their experiences.
 
The event was held at and sponsored by the Virage restaurant in Monaco. Outward Bounders, parents, members and guests attended and enjoyed Outward Bound’s hospitality.
 
Vice President Rob Rutter opened the proceedings with a speech in which he summarised the year’s activities and thanked HSH for his presence and unfailing and continued support of Outward Bound and all its fund raising events and activities. General Secretary Judy Churchill gave a detailed account of what it means to do an Outward Bound course, both in the UK and Monaco. This was backed up with a slide and video show and accounts from the young people themselves, some of whom were interviewed by Judy about their impression of the course, a truly life changing experience.
Students from the Monaco course presented HSH with a flag symbolising their team and that they had made as part of their leadership training and then flown from the top of the Via Ferrata in Peille.
 
HSH presented each of the local young people (25 from the UK three week course and 8 from the four day Monaco October cours and congratulated them all personally. He then spoke to the assembly congratulating all concerned and stressing the importance of doing the Outward Bound course as part of a personal growth programme enabling young people to discover their full potential.
 
Outward Bound Monaco is particularly proud to be able to invest in local youth and the greater local community. It is encouraging outreach and help and support from local institutions, businesses and individuals who wish to become involved.
 
If you would like to join, attend a course or become involved in some way please contact us on: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Tel; +377977006555 www.outwardboundmonaco.com