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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Big O NFL Skills Camp - San Diego
The Orlando Franklin NFL Skills Camp focuses on teaching the kids what it takes to make it in the NFL. Come join Orlando and some of his friends from the NFL as they bring this 3 hour camp to San Diego where O plays for the Chargers. 7202365613.0
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Winding Trails
 
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3911 Turnagain Blvd E, Anchorage, Alaska
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Nature/Environmental Studies,...
Trailside Discovery- Spring Creek Farm
 
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807 G St Ste 100, Anchorage, Alaska
Activities: Youth Programs
Trailside Discovery- Kincaid Park
 
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807 G St Ste 100, Anchorage, Alaska
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Kushtaka
 
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161 Klevin St Ste 100, Anchorage, Alaska
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
Trailside Discovery
 
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807 G St Ste 100, Anchorage, Alaska
Activities: Backpacking, Bicycling/Biking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Field Trips, Kayaking, Leadership...
Imaginarium Explorer Camp
 
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625 C St, Anchorage, Alaska
Activities: Academics, Aquatic Activities, Computer, Field Trips, Hiking, Marine Science, Nature/Environmental...
Si-La-Meo
 
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161 Klevin St Ste 100, Anchorage, Alaska
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling,...
Birchwood Camp
 
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PO Box 670049, Chugiak, Alaska
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Boating, Counselor Training (CIT), Music, Nature/Environmental Studies,...
Camp Togowoods
 
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3911 Turnagain Blvd E, Anchorage, Alaska
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Ceramics/Pottery, Counselor...
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How Does Summer Camp Increase Self-Esteem?
Intentional programming focuses on increasing youth’s social and developmental skills. Increased confidence and self-reflection happens when staff members push campers outside of their comfort zones. Youth learn a lot about themselves and the world thanks to team-building activities, icebreakers, and a well-rounded curriculum. Kids finally feel like they can be themselves without worrying about bullying. Campers learn useful skills like how to make a bed, conflict resolution, and public speaking. There are many opportunities for youth to step up and be leaders. The increased self-esteem helps youth perform better in school and at home. Most programs also include volunteer experiences...




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Falcon Youth Camp - Falcon, NC
http://nciphc.com/falconyouthcamp has all the info but here are the highlights. Primary (1st-3rd grade) 6/9-12, Elementary (4th & 5th) 6/12-16, High School (8th-12th) 6/16-19, Middle School (6th-8th) 6/19-23. Plenty of activities and services! Many of our members are FYC Alumni! Early Bird registration is due to Pastor Jonathan on 5/8 by 1pm. The cost is $135 per child, but BPHC is covering $100 of the cost!

Teen Extreme Camp - Bridgeport, WV
Our youth group will be heading down to Pensacola, Florida to attend PCC's Teen Extreme Camp. Please see Pastor Phil Labue for complete details and availability.

Mountaineer youth football camp - Coal City, WV
. No contact , fundamental camp, k-9th grade, The return of former wvu star QB RASHEED MARSHALL

KIDS ON BROADWAY Spring Break Camp - Montgomery, AL
Experience a week of acting, dancing and singing as we explore segments of the award winning musicals of Annie, Matilda, and Mary Poppins! Your child, along with their peers, will create and rehearse choreography of musical segments, while learning short skits and vocal instruction. It's Spring Break! We believe in having fun while you learn! We are planning activities for the week to include movies, games, arts and crafts, creative projects, and free-time to just 'be!' 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Daily AGES 5 -12 *Parents Provide Lunch Center Provides Morning & Afternoon Snack #WEAREDREAMBUILDERS! $89 Per Student $59 Discounted Sibling Rate Need to Drop In? $25 Per Day Click on the link below for more information: http://eepurl.com/bPWojv

Summer Camp Volunteer Informational Session - Tulsa, OK
New Hope serves children and youth of Oklahoma ages 5-18 who have an incarcerated parent. Our summer camps offer unique opportunities to learn and grow in a supportive enviornment. Our camps depend upon our volunteers. Volunteers are needed to help us prepare for camp, at camp, in-between camps, and after camp. There is a role and opportunity for everyone! Find out more about the ways you can support our summer camps by attending New Hope’s Summer Camp Volunteer Informational Session, Saturday, March 26th, 1:00 p.m-2:00pm, Brookside Library (1207 E. 45th Pl). Email [email protected] or call (303) 906-7710 for more information.

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Earth Roots 1 - Sugar Hollow Camp
Earth Roots is our foundation overnight camp, designed for both new and returning campers. Get back to your roots and learn the philosophy of living close to nature, wilderness survival, and nurture your connection to the earth. We will explore the surrounding forests, swim in mountain streams, as we discover more about the magical world of nature through building natural shelters, making fires without matches, and preparing wild plants for food. 540-456-7339

Day Camp Session II - St. Johns Country Day School
Excitement awaits the day campers, ages 4 - 13, as they report to their air-conditioned cabins, located on the campus of St. Johns. Grouped by age and supervised by trained, full-time counselors, the campers safety and enjoyment are the primary concerns of each staff member. We also offer a specialized self-contained summer camp program for four year olds. Campers will be under the supervision of our certified Lower School teachers. Activities include arts and crafts, music and movement, outdoor fun, and story time. Children that wish to participate in our four-year-old program must turn four years of age before June 10, and be potty trained. Children need to bring lunch and a change of clothes. Campers enjoy the use of St. Johns 26-acre campus, including its outdoor athletic fields and play equipment, shower and locker facilities, fine arts resources, 25-yard swimming pool, computer labs, and air-conditioned gymnasiums. All campers through grade 4 have swim lessons. Standard guidelines are used to establish swimming levels, and parents receive a report at the end of each two-week session. Campers may register for one session (two weeks) or up to four sessions (eight weeks). Camp hours are 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., five days... 904-264-9572

Magic Tree House Explorers - Putnam Museum
Like Jack and Annie, young campers enter the Magic Tree House fro exciting adventures to an observatory, a space station and the Moon. Daily story time will be an important part of this Magic Tree House journey. 5633367296.0

Week 4: Visual Art Program - The MacDuffie School
The art program will give your child the opportunity to explore artistic expression through visual media. We encourage and welcome all ages and ability levels, providing an environment supporting each individual artist. Friday afternoons will feature an exhibition of each artists favorite masterpieces in a gallery open to fellow camp-goers, friends, and family. Whether your child is drawing stick figures or creating intricate 3-D images, this is the program for you! Lunch and afternoon activities/field trips included. 413-255-0000 x107

Technovators: Remote Control Projects and Game Design - Kentlake High School
Get a double helping of technology. First, build remote-control, motor-driven animals and vehicles using LEGO® components. Then, create their own computer game using Stencyl® software, one of the newest and best ways to create games for a computer or mobile device. In the morning, create "Nessie," the Loch-Ness creature, beautifully detailed versions of the the Millennium Falcon and X-Wing Fighter from Star Wars®, a funny-walking spider, and a twin-motor vehicle that you can quickly transform into a turtle! Students learn about motors, gears, hinges, wheels and axles, and more! With their remotes, students race and send their creations on missions. In the afternoon, make a platform style game where characters explore levels, gain prizes and avoid enemies. Students learn level design and how to add events and actions, scoring and displays, physics, and sounds in the gameplay. See your game come to life, while learning skills that can help start your development as a game designer! Take your game home to play on a Windows computer or upload to the web for others to play. 206-466-6882

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