Summer Camps in Alakanuk, AK
This course develops leadership skills for middle school students in preparation for High School and beyond. Students spend time in discussion around Harkness Tables, in leadership sessions, in class learning from EHS teachers, participating in PE oriented competitions, and visiting with guest speakers. The leadership camp focuses on hands-on applied projects in various disciplines while covering topics such as public speaking, study skills, writing, technology, and organization. Students participate in team building activities while learning to delegate, rely on others, and practice decision-making skills. Applicants should carry high expectations of themselves and be interested in academic and personal development. 615-383-0661
Latest Review for Camp Tecumseh
My kids were able to experience a lot of different things at Camp Tecumseh this summer. They have the usual camp activities, but they also have rock wall climbing, archery, riffly, tube slides, a nature center, candle making, disc golf, fishing and a mini farm. My kids had so many things to do that they ran out of time. They had the time of their lives and they can’t wait to go back next summer! This was an excellent camp that I know we’ll be... Read More...
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Youth Group College Group Winter Retreat 2017 - Stroudsburg, PA
In this new year, we want to focus on how God MUST be greater than me in my life. How must God be greater than me in my decision-making? In school? In my family? In relationships? What needs to change in order for God to be greater in my life? Feel free to invite your friends and give them this invite post! Departing by US Coachways Bus at 5:00pm on Friday in front of 8515 Broadway Elmhurst, NY *Permission slip forms are needed. If you are under 18 years old, a waiver is needed from your parents. All are due Friday, Dec. 16, 2016* MUST BRING: ♣ sleeping bag/bed sheets & comforter ♣ Pillow, toiletries, towels ♣ a physical Bible, notebook, pens ♣ Winter clothing: long pants, jacket, sweater, etc. ♣ An attitude ready to learn more about God and ready to mingle time with your friends Cost: $100 (If you need financial assistance, please speak to one of the youth or college group leaders no later than Dec. 16th) Registration Deadline: December 16, 2016 Check Make Payable to: The Reformed Church of Newtown
Teen Camp Group 2 - Niangua, MO
Rolling Hills Sr High Youth Camp 7th-12th Grade - Saraland, AL
General Information/Standard of Conduct -Arrival: Camp check in will begin at 12:00 PM on Monday afternoon. Please try to arrive no later than 4:30 PM -Meals: All meals are included in the price of registration. -Departure: Camp will end Friday after the morning chapel -Lost and Found: Items not claimed after 30 days will be discarded. -Schedule: All Campers are to follow the camp schedule for their enjoyment, safety, and accountability to camp staff. -Camp nurse: A registered nurse will be on duty at all times. Special instructions will be given at camp for those taking medications. -What to bring: KJV Bible, bedding, pillow, towels, toiletries, camera, flashlight, jacket, sports clothes for activities, nice casual clothes for informal services, at least one old pair of tennis shoes, and spending money $30-$50. -Do not bring: Alcoholic beverages, drugs, tobacco, fireworks, ammunition, guns, weapons, scooters, skateboards, rollerblades, magazines, apparel with inappropriate graphics or lettering, or any type of electronic device, including, but not limited to cell phones, CD, DVD, MP3, or other music/media players, computers, PDAs, radios, TVs, and video games. -Christian conduct: As a Christian Camp, Rolling Hills Youth Camp maintains high...
Camp Mimanagish Youth Camps - McLeod, MT
Come join us for another great year of youth camps at Mimanagish! This year's theme is FEARLESS FAITH: COURAGE IN COMMUNITY What does it mean to be a part of a community? How can the church be a resource that gives campers confidence and courage? Campers will explore how they themselves are a part of the Church and what that means about how we relate to one another and the world. Watch how the strength of Christian community casts out fear and replaces it with hope! We have 4 weeks of youth camps for youth Kindergarten-Just Graduated! This year's new camp is Mini and Me Camp for camper going into Kindergarten or 1st Grade to come experience what camp is like and bring an adult with them! All of our youth camps are for the grade they will be entering in the Fall of 2016.We have many scholarship options available, contact Kim for more information about those. Pick the camp that is best for you and register at www.campmimanagish.org Call Kim Harris our Program Director at 406-855-4317 or email her at [email protected] with questions or to register. Mini and Me Camp (K-1st + an Adult) July 12-14 $50/person 2/3/4...
Kid's Art Camp Ages 6-12 morning - Wellston, OH
July 26-28 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm each day. Register your kiddos now for the July Art Camp. Three days of art lessons, group projects and hands on fun. Kids ages 6-12. Please bring a sack lunch. Snacks will be provided. Price is $75.00 per child. Must receive registration and fee no later than July 18 to guarantee spot. Please send child's name, age, address and phone number to [email protected] along with preferred payment method. Payments accepted via our website at www.grafixbyhager.com or mail check to 15. South Ohio Ave. Wellston, Ohio 45692.
Tigers Elite Soccer Camp - Tigers Elite Soccer Camp
Tigers Elite Soccer Camps in Los Angeles offer an opportunity for players to receive valuable instruction on the fundamental and advanced skills of soccer. Campers will be made aware of the characteristics that define successful soccer players. Organized games between campers will provide a competitive outlet after specific drills have been practiced. Contests built into drills capture the learners attention, which results in attentive practice. Drill progressions will be aimed towards recognizing and developing good habits in all aspects of the game. General courtesy, respect for teammates and opponents and the importance of hard work will be taught to the campers through example by the Tiger coaches. 323-341-4682
Young Filmmakers Workshop - Main Campus
The Young Filmmakers Workshop is an exciting, hand-on production class where students write, direct, produce, film, and act in a 7-10 minute film. Each class collaborates on 1 project, and students are mailed their DVD 2-3 weeks after class is complete. A professional editor pieces the film together with music, titles, DVD menus, and special effects. The class is taught by Emmy winning filmmaker, Zac Adams. 6159487005.0
Adventure Camp C (ages 12-14) - Activity Center Park
Combine outdoor adventure and nature education with this week-long camp at various parks that includes geocaching, hiking, fishing, archery, games, survival challenges, and an overnight in Grant Park. Learn to track animals in the woods, cook over a campfire, and pitch a tent. Make lifelong friends at this unique summer experience. Campers need to bring a filled water bottle and a packed lunch that does not require refrigeration. All campers receive a T-shirt. Register early to ensure your spot! ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Environmental Education LOCATION Various Parks at Activity Center Park INSTRUCTOR Katy Lucas
Camp Strawberry - Sports - SRD Main Building
CAMP STRAWBERRY SPROUTS is specially designed for children 4 ½ - 6yrs looking for quality instructions and programs in a small and safe environment. Daily activities introduce campers to a variety of skills and activities while staff encourages them to try new things, explore, make new friends, and enjoy their summer experience. Small learning groups and teaching ratios encourage and nurture each childs progress and skill development with beginning through advanced level groups. Campers will stay together and all transitions and activitieswill be supervised by SRD Aquatics Coordinator, Camp Director and experienced SRD Camp Staff. SRD works to create a memorable summer experience! Age:4 1/2 - 6 years Time:9:00am - 4:00pm Dont forget your swimsuit Tuesday - Friday for the pool! Daily Schedule (Camp Strawberry: Sprouts) 9:00amSign in / Morning Circle / Playtime / Transition to Pool 10:00 - 10:25amSwim Group A / Group B alternate schedule 10:25 - 10:45amTransition tobase camp / Playtime / Snack 10:45 - 11:00amOutside game / Jump house 11:00 - 12:00pmArts and Crafts 12:00 - 12:45pmLunch/ Outdoor Play 12:45 - 1:30pmMovement, Yoga, Sports, Science or Cooking (SRD Gymnasium) 1:30...
Mandarin Immersion Camp - [email protected]
Footsteps Mandarin Immersion Summer Camp is an opportunity for extended Mandarin immersion. While having a fantastic time, your child will begin to acquire the ability to use Mandarin correctly and confidently in various daily tasks and social situations. Our dynamic, experienced staff is either native speaking or fluent. Campers spend each day moving from one activity to the next, designed to provide an immersion experience while still allowing for a ton of fun. Your child will love exploring the language and traditions of China by tasting authentic Mandarin cuisine—using Chinese words, of course, and learning about and creating traditional Mandarin arts and textiles and taking field trips to expand your childs knowledge. A week or more of camp will help boost your childs language ability! There is a weekly field trip and special event. Two healthy snacks are provided each day. Theme: Traditional Chinese Painting Field Trip: Chinatown, San Francisco Special Event: Guest Speaker 650-610-0715