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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Session II Individual Skills Camp - Alaska Airlines Center
These camps are designed to give campers the opportunity to fine tune/learn fundamental skills by teaching and correcting campers mechanics and techniques. The skills covered will include passing, serving, setting, hitting, blocking and floor defense. The camp will be led by current UAA Head Coach Chris Green and staff. Space limited to 48 campers. There is a lunch break from 12pm-1pm. Lunch will not be provided. 907-786-1226
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Advantage Basketball Camp - Iowa
 
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49.8 Miles
Address:
, Clear Lake, Iowa
You'll learn all the tricks and moves you've seen in the college hoops and made by the NBA professional players. Advantage camps were selected...
Activities: Sports Camps: Basketball
Camp Omega
 
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51.49 Miles
Address:
22750 Lind Ave, Waterville, Minnesota 56096
Challenging & fun programs that promote solid Christian values/self-esteem development & spiritual growth.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Basketball, Canoeing, Nature/Environmental Studies, Religious Study, Sailing,...
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Blue Earth, MN Summer Camps

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REVEAL: Youth Camp - Turner, OR
We invite you all to an amazing opportunity to spend time with your church family this summer. We will be having our annual Youth Camp at Aldersgate Camps & Retreats. ACTIVITIES: -Indoor & outdoor basketball -carpet ball -archery -beach volleyball -full sized soccer field -human foosball -grass volleyball -playground for kids -tree swing -disc golf, tennis -water slide -river floating -ping pong -inter tubing -foosball -fire pit -horse shoe pits COST: 4 days - $132 per person This includes lodging from Friday afternoon to Monday morning. It also includes meals, snacks, and activities. Please invite a friend or two to join us as we spend this time together. Families with children are welcome as well! If you'd like to come but can't pay please see Gabi or other leadership. ADDRESS: Aldersgate Conference Center 7790 Marion Road SE http://www.aldersgateretreat.com/

No School Kid's Art Camp PM Session- Clay Snowmen - Jenkintown, PA
Join us for a No School Kid's Art Camp from 2-4. This camp is $25 and is from ages 6+. We'll be making clay snowmen �. Please call the studio to register. Registration is required 215-885-4545.

2017 Teen Weekend - De Leon Springs, FL
Teen weekend is for youngsters age 12-17, and campers have the option to bring a friend of the same sex and approximate age. This weekend program allows for interactions amongst peer groups, as well as a learning experience for campers without diabetes. Educational sessions relating to “teen issues,” “school issues,” and “How-to-be-a-friend” are led by pediatric endocrinologists, nurses, dieticians and mental health professionals. We understand that networking and the support of a teen’s peers is critical at this age, so we provide fun and interactive activities such as a beach party, luaus, casino night, and a lot of land sports.

Toddler Boot Camp: 'I'm a Big Kid Now' - Battle Creek, MI
Youngsters and their families will enjoy stories, crafts, songs, and surprises at Toddler Boot Camp. This themed four-week story time is geared to children 1-5 years old to encourage them to transition from the baby stages to a big kid. Stories and songs such as "Bye Bye Binky," " No More Diapers," and "No More Monsters," will be shared to make transitioning for parent and child a fun experience.

Montgomery Alabama Stake Service Day at Camp Hulaco - Baileyton, AL
This is a "family friendly" service opportunity; however, much of the work is not suitable for young children. Scout troops and YM/YW are strongly encouraged to attend. Cabins are available at no cost for those wishing to go up the night before. Tent camping is also available. Reservations for both can be made online at: https://www.hulacocamp.org/newsite/

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Get Outside! - Old Church
"Get Outside!" has been a mantra of parents for many years. So where do you go to get outside? Greenaceres is the place to be! Join us as we discover all the fun to be had outside in our amazing world. Dress for the weather and bring a pack lunch and a water bottle! 513-891-4227

Summer Junior Golf Camp-Session IV-Intermediate Camp - Heather Downs Country Club
Heather Downs CC is proud to offer the Summer Junior Golf Camp This clinic is open to intermediate golfers, both boys and girls, ages 11 and older. 45 minutes will be spent teaching the basis fundamentals of putting and chipping at the practice green and 45 minutes will be spent at the driving range teaching the mechanics of a proper full swing. Director of Golf, Dan Sutton and Assistant Professional, Grant Bollin will be on hand to lead the instruction in an enjoyable atmosphere for all participants. The rules of golf and golf course etiquette will be covered as well. 419-385-0248

Week 2-Siberian Camp - Merritt Academy
Giddy up! Values: Citizenship & Courage Field Trip: Animal Park, Sporting Event All Camp: Fourth of July Parade 7032738000.0

Extra Pointers Football Camp 1 (Grades 6-12) - WWP North Athletic Camp
Extra Pointers Kicking, Punting & Specialists Football Camp (Grades 6 - 12) The goal of this camp is to make athletes into solid, competent performers. Camp will expose kickers, punters, holders, and snappers to all aspects of their respective positions: mechanics, technique, game-situation, mental preparedness, and physical training. Campers receive an Extra pointers t-shirt, a printed technique guide by position, and video evaluation. For students interested in attending both Extra pointers camps, June 21-23 & Aug. 2-4 they will receive $50 off the cost of the two camps but must register for the "combo" camp to receive discount. Staff: Carl Romero -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Notes: Camp is only open to children entering grades 6-12. Registering ineligible children will result in removal from program and no refund. No residency restrictions. For more information, please contact the Department of Recreation and Community Services at 609-799-0909 ext. 1719. All registrations must be done online or in-person. Registrations will NOT be accepted over the phone. Please note: ALL paid programs and activities are subject to a $2.75 transaction fee. ACTIVITY SUB-CATEGORY Camps LOCATION WW-P High School South INSTRUCTOR Carl Romero Bob Boyce Eric Becker

Football Week 3 - Knott Hall
This camp features fundamental skills to be applied on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. Campers receive expert, individual instruction through the camp with an emphasis on technique, including skills such as blocking, tackling, positions, stance and start, passing technique, receiving, and more. Campers will receive daily lunch in Loyolas dining hall, as well as time each day for swimming in Loyolas pool. The football camp is directed by Loyola High Schools Head Coach, Brant Hall. 443 841 3328

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