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The Journey Ahead 2014

While eighth-grade girls from Moffat and Routt counties took part in the annual Girls to Women conference, boys from the same schools expanded their horizons at The Journey Ahead conference.

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Eighth-grade boys from Moffat and Routt counties gathered at Colorado Mountain College on Tuesday as part of The Journey Ahead workshop. The students listened to motivational speakers Todd Musselman and Craig Conrad. Photo by John F. Russell

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Speaker Todd Musselman tosses tennis balls at eighth-grade boys as part of a demonstration of distracted driving that was part of this year's The Journey Ahead at Colorado Mountain College on Tuesday. Musselman and Craig Conrad spoke to the students about a number of issues designed to make the boys think about life and the future. Photo by John F. Russell

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Motivational speaker and television personality Craig Conrad speaks to a group of eighth-grade boys who gathered in the Colorado Mountain College auditorium for this year's The Journey Ahead workshop. This is the fourth year the program has been offered to eighth-grade boys in Routt and Moffat counties. Photo by John F. Russell

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Motivational speaker Todd Musselman speaks to a large group of eighth-grade boys who gathered in the Colorado Mountain College auditorium for this year's The Journey Ahead workshop. This is the fourth year the program has been offered to eighth-grade boys in Moffat and Routt counties, and it is designed to inspire local youths to become all that they can be in their community. Photo by John F. Russell

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Motivational speaker and television personality Craig Conrad listens to Todd Musselman speak before he stepped in front of a large group of eighth=grade boys who gathered in the Colorado Mountain College auditorium for this year's The Journey Ahead workshop. This is the fourth year the program has been offered to eighth-grade boys in Moffat and Routt counties, and it is designed to inspire local youths become all that they can be in their community. Photo by John F. Russell

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