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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Soccer (Grades 2-5) - Fieldston
Improve dribbling, passing, and shooting skills. Learn strategies and participate in drills, practices, and short games. Students will play in the gym. Please wear sneakers. (Shin guards required. Bring your own, or let us know and we will provide them.) Manhattan Athletics/Uptown Athletics Club. 212-712-6230
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Camp Marydale
 
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Distance
10.66 Miles
Address:
545 Colonial Dr, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806
Beautiful, rustic facility in historical plantation area of South Louisiana. All girls 5-17 welcome.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Camp Whispering Pines
 
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Distance
10.66 Miles
Address:
545 Colonial Dr, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806
Beautiful Longleaf Pine Savanna, rustic setting for fun and balanced program. Site includes lake, river, pool, scientists engage girls in ecological activities
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Field...
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Baker, LA Summer Camps

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Kid's Rock Summer Camp - Roanoke, VA
For Kindergarten through 6th grade. We will have our annual Music Camp in the morning followed by lunch and other activities in the afternoon. Children can join us for the entire day or choose to attend only the morning Music Camp, or the afternoon camp. Cost is $100 per child for the week (or $50 for half-day camp). Scholarships are available. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about music, to work on service projects, and to get in some build time with our Bricks for God program. Register online at http://rcumc.org/ministries/summer-events/

Athena Camp for Teen Girls - Boise, ID
The 2nd Annual ATHENA Camp for Teen Girls Athena was the Greek goddess of reason, intelligent activity, arts and literature. She was fierce in battle, but also nurturing and creative. At Athena camp we will use expressive arts to explore what it means to be a girl in today's society. We'll do arts-n-crafts, listen to music, sing, decorate t-shirts, do creative writing, learn stress management strategies, explore and share thoughts about what kind of impact we want to leave in our community, bolster self esteem and reinforce the need to celebrate not compete with each other. Girl power!!!. 10am-4pm Sat & Sun Ages 13-17 $80 Send lunch and water bottle Light snacks provided

2nd Annual Youth Campout - Middle Fork Wildlife Mgmt Area
Bring your kids, grandchildren, nieces, nephews. WFBCHU 2nd annual youth camp. Friday, September 18: Check in 5 pm. Ride at 6 pm. Hobo dinner assembly upon return from ride. Leave No Trace demonstration during dinner. Guitar music and sing along. Hobo dinners and smores provided by Chapter. Saturday, September 19: Creakfast cooked and provided by Chapter. Service project if applicable. AM ride. Lunch on your own. 2 pm Ponies on Parade. Decorate your horse with animal friendly paint, glitter, ribbons, feathers, etc. We will lead decorated ponies through campground. PM ride if desired. First aid demo. Dinner hot dogs, chips, pork n beans provided by Chapter. Scavenger hunt 7 pm. Campfire smores and music. Sunday, September 20: Breakfast provided by Chapter. Ride. Good byes. Please RSVP Tammi Johnson @ [email protected] or (801) 690-4469 no later than September 11 of number coming in your party. All youth MUST be accompanied by an adult. This event free to members. Non- members of BCHU need to pay WFBCHU membership fee and sign liability release form. day of check in.

YOUTH CAMP JUNE 21-28 CALL 586-484-8540 - New Haven, MI
7TH - 12TH GRADE. ONLY $30.00 PER STUDENT. 8 DAYS 7 NIGHTS. COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS ON HOMES IN NEW HAVEN. VACANT LOT CLEAN UP. PAINTING. YOUTH WILL RUN A KIDS CAMP. CONCERTS. GUEST SPEAKERS. BLOCK PARTY. OUTING TO STONEY CREEK AND MUCH MORE.

Destroyer's Den V2 2016 Event 4 - Greenfield, IN


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International Centers of Excellence - International Centers of Excellence
The University of West Florida soccer coaches own and manage The International Centers of Excellence soccer programs, which are geared both toward the serious and recreational player. We have two objectives for every participant; improve and have fun. The focus will be on developing the individuals ability and team concepts appropriate for each players individual needs. Each player will learn and refine techniques that will enable them to pursue their game at the next level. We employ a series of activities and situational play that foster learning and creative thinking on the soccer field. We also provide a healthy amount of small-sided competition daily. In short, we are concerned with developing each individual soccer player and promoting a positive experience in a quality environment. We hope to see you soon! 850-293-0450

Questers Camp - Vasona Lake County Park
Join us as YSI supports your quest for knowledge using hands-on science activities to discover interesting facts about the world around you. Discover how rocks are formed and practice rock sorting like a geologist. Take a closer look at snails and other animals with shells. Work as scientists to investigate spores and learn the mysteries behind mold by putting together an experiment to watch mold grow in a safe enclosed environment. As we move through our investigations extend your land-based quest and look to the sky and experiment with wind and learn the science of how clouds form. In addition to doing daily science activities we will have the opportunity to explore different park habitats, play games, and engage in fun craft projects. 408-827-5507

Flagler College Cheerleading Camp - Flagler College Gymnasium
The Flagler College Cheerleading Team is hosting their fifth camp for area elementary school children (grades K-5) interested in learning more about cheerleading and dance. When and where is the camp? Saturday, April 2nd, 2016; 8:00am - 5:00pm* Flagler College Gymnasium 12 Granada St. St. Augustine, Florida 32084 *Campers will put on a performance of their skills from 4:00 – 5:00pm. Please note this is not an overnight camp. How much is the camp? Pre-registration: $75 (registration via ACTIVE and payment via ACTIVE or check sent in to: Flagler College, Attn: Cheerleading, P.O. Box 1027 St. Augustine, FL 32085 by April 1st) Day-of registration: $100 Full payment is due for pre-registered and day-of registered campers on April 2nd, 2016 Who should attend the camp? Girls and boys, ages 5-12 years old (grades K - 5). What will campers learn? Age-appropriate fundamental cheerleading and dance skills including cheerleading motion technique, dances, jumps, tumbling and stunts will be presented in a safe environment. Confidence-building activities, arts and crafts, and, of course, cheers and dances! Campers will perform for the parents at the end of the camp day (Saturday, April 2nd, from 4:00 – 5:00pm). Camp Staff Directed by Flagler Cheerleading Coaches, Kristen... 207-615-7093

Bob Stoops Football Camp - Bob Stoops Football Camp
Providing campers entering 3rd-12th grade with a unique experience at one of the most successful programs in college football. 405-535-5745

Youth Advanced Academy Female - University of Tulsa
This is an intensive customized program for competitive girls 13 and younger. Instruction will focus on performing techniques with less time and space, and making tactical decisions at a higher speed. Each day, players receive top flight instruction from the nationally ranked and recognized University of Tulsa Mens and Womens Coaches as well as other top Collegiate, Club and High School coaches and players. Registration will be Sunday from 1-3 and pick up will be Thursday at 11:30 am. Call for Team Discount: Denise McIntosh 918-688-8737 PLEASE NOTE: Customers may pay in full when registering OR pay only the $250 non-refundable deposit. Customers that pay only the deposit may login to their online account and pay balance at any time. However, if not paid in full already, any remaining balance will be automatically charged to their credit card used to pay the deposit on the Friday before the camp starts. 918-688-8737

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