The Paul Drum Life Experience Project affords all children the opportunity to participate in a vast and diverse array of activities and workshops designed to open their worlds and expand their horizons
The desired result being broader fields of interests, piqued curiosity in something outside of one's own realm of everyday experiences, and an enthusiasm for learning.
It all started with a young man’s enthusiasm.
Paul Drum was seeking a way to give back to the generous community who unconditionally accepted and supported him.
That’s when Sharon, Keturah and Arlene stepped up to the challenge
Sharon Sailor, Keturah Hurst and Arlene Klein are idealists and implementers. Sharon is a business woman and proprietor of a successful restaurant. Keturah is a writer, excels in public relations and project management. Arlene is a retired teacher and a dedicated community volunteer. Their driven, mutual mindset resulted in The Paul Drum Life Experience Project which provides children the opportunities for innovation, exploration and expression.
Designed for children 7–12 years of age, meeting once a week for 8 weeks during July and August.
At each weekly session a new theme of interest is presented and led by an expert in that particular field.
Varied topics may include signing for hearing children, robotics, touring an electric power plant, shark study, and so much more.
This program is available free of charge, and grows with money provided by donations from our global community, generous sponsors, and “fun-raisers”.
The Paul Drum Life Experience Project is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children through the exploration of ideas, discussions and hands-on experiences.
Thank you for helping us give children a world of experiences.