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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Emergency Vet 7/11 - Open Door Church
This camp is an aspiring vets ticket to the world of veterinary medicine. Hands-on activities include animal behavior, cancer research, clinical procedures, first aid, dentistry, diseases and parasites and will give campers the opportunity to experience the exciting field of veterinary medicine. Club Scientific future vets will meet groomers as well as practitioners in the field and each will leave with their very own medical kit. 919-847-7625
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Camp Rap-A-Hope
 
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24.37 Miles
Address:
2701 Airport Blvd, Mobile, Alabama 36606
Specialty camp for children with cancer. Outstanding staff, beautiful setting and medical support. No charge to campers.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Canoeing, Field Trips, Golf, Horseback Riding (Western), Kayaking,...
Scoutshire Woods
 
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Distance
24.39 Miles
Address:
3483 Spring Hill Ave, Mobile, Alabama 36608
Girl Scouts builds confidence, character and courage through leadership development. Resident camp programs build self-esteem and skills. Camp programs encourage healthy interactions, outdoor activitiesand...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
NIKE Tennis Camp at University of West Florida
 
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Distance
45.9 Miles
Address:
, Pensacola, Florida
Nike Tennis Camps is proud to offer overnight and day camps at the University of West Florida
Activities: Youth Programs
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Bay Minette, AL Summer Camps

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Noor Youth Camp - Ingleside, IL
Masjid al-Noor Youth Camp is an exciting opportunity to spend time building brotherhood/sisterhood while enjoying recreational activities, and spending time with Shaykh Noman Hussain. The camp will be open for youth between the ages of 12-18. If there are any children that would like to attend under the age of 12, they will be allowed attendance ONLY IF A PARENT/GUARDIAN attends as their chaperone. Brothers and sisters will be in separate accommodations in the same campsite under the supervision of adult male and female camp counselors. DATES: Monday, August 22, 2016 to Wednesday, August 24, 2016. LOCATION: YMCA Camp Duncan in Ingleside, IL COST: $125 per person. $100 for children under 12 (Payments can be given to Shaykh Noman, Sr. Orusa, or Sr. Bushra) ALL MEALS ARE INCLUDED. ACTIVITIES: Rock Climbing, Zip-lining, Archery, High Ropes Course, Swimming, Campfire Circles, Sports & more CONTACT: Shaykh Noman Hussain - [email protected] | Sr. Bushra Zaibak - [email protected] | Sr. Orusa Hassan - [email protected]

Camp DayDreams Overnight Summer Camp 2016 - Naples, NY
Our 17th year of Summer Camp! Staff training on Saturday Aug. 13 & Sunday Aug. 14 Campers arrive on Monday Aug. 15 Campers depart on Sunday Aug 21 in the morning Volunteers finish at 2pm Sunday Aug 21

Youth Skills Camp - Palm Bay, FL
Come improve your skills in this Hour long session of fun and productivity. Only $10

Jr Teen Camp - Alexandria, MN
The price for youth camps will be $221 early bird pricing, $271 thereafter. Jr Teen Camp is for students going into 7th-9th Grade in the fall of 2016. http://msmstudent.com/camp/

Contagious Youth Camp & Conference - Bradenton, FL
Youth Camp 4 days 3 nights

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Summer Camp Session 1 - Mercer University-Claude Smith Field
Basic fundamentals of hitting, throwing, fielding and catching will be featured. Games will be played daily at the end of the teaching sessions. Campers will be grouped by age and ability level. Campers must bring a bag lunch. Water will be supplied during camp sessions. 478-301-2738

KIDS KITCHEN: FOOD, FITNESS, FUN! - Norbeck-Muncaster Mill Neighborhood Park
Campers learn kid-friendly messages about nutrition, physical activity, and good health that are simple, interactive and fun. Campers engage hands-on cooking/food and fitness activities and prepare delicious recipes from all food groups (grains, fruits, vegetables, dairy, and meat) to develop a healthy lifestyle of eating and exercise. A $25 material fee will be collected on the first day of camp. SECONDARY CATEGORY Special Interest LOCATION Norbeck PAB at Norbeck-Muncaster Mill Neighborhood Park INSTRUCTOR Renee Prioleau

Beginning Electric Guitar Camp - Dana V Music
Beginning Electric Guitar Camp Try this camp if you are interested in rocking out on an electric guitar! Terri Jo Jenkins will guide campers through handling and care of your electric guitar and amp, first chord positions, power chords, strumming rhythm and tablature reading, first riffs and applications to songs. The final day will wrap up with a fun, informal performance for family and friends! Prerequisites: An electric 6 string guitar and amp Power cord for amp and cord from guitar to amp at least two flat picks 3039745586.0

Sweet Briar Drill and Play Weekend Clinic - Sweet Briar College
These tennis clinics are offered for competitive players above a 3.5 level and feature a tactical approach to building a players game. Both singles and doubles play patterns are developed through a progressive use of tactical dead ball, live ball and competitive decision making drills. If you are comfortable with your shot making, this is the tennis program for you. 800-845-6138

Junior Day Camp - Camp Waubanong
Our Junior Camp program is for children ages 7-11 who wish to attend camp, but are not sure whether or not they feel ready to stay overnight. Junior Campers will arrive with day campers on the first Monday morning of the session, and should bring supplies to set up their own bunk (sleeping bag, toothbrush, a few changes of clothes, swim gear, towels), whether or not they will stay the night. Junior Campers will follow the same daily schedule as the Traditional Overnight Camp, with the exception that they will have a block of time following afternoon snack to decide whether or not they would like to stay the night, and time to communicate with their families or guardians about their decision. Families are charged on a per-night basis, so campers are welcome to stay as many or as few nights as they would like. These campers will have a bunk set up in a regular cabin group, so that the transition is seamless for them, should they decide to stay over. We ask that campers reach a final decision for that day by 3:30pm, so that we can plan for evening activities and breakfast, and families are clear about... (802) 490-5550

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