In the second annual Seine Bight Sports Camp, things did not go as planned. We were unable to implement the premeditated organization, and there ended up being a poor turnout from the targeted demographic—12 and up. Yet, the experience was still very much a success. The two groups from St. Louis and Nebraska functioned together seamlessly, and became a very close and well-oiled mission machine. Competitive soccer, basketball, and volleyball games worked to strengthen relationships, and the leadership program enabled us to tap into some of the leaders of this older generation. Moving forward, we discovered that later in the evening may be a more appropriate time to reach the older generation. We were able to go back into the village—around 4pm—and play basketball with a massive showing of young Belizean men. In all, the week was disappointing and eye opening, yet rewarding and promising.