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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Osprey Point Advanced Camp - FLEX - Don Law Golf Academy at Osprey Point
3 and 4-Day FLEX Advanced Camp Don Law Golf Academy also offers the option of a FLEX Advanced camp. This option is designed with the summer junior tournament golfer and works with your busy summer schedule. With the FLEX option, you may sign up for a specific week and choose to attend 4 or 3 days within that week, to best suit your schedule. Upon registration, simply choose your preferred 3 or 4-day option and approximately a week before the start of the camp week you will be emailed to determine the exact days your child will be attending camp during that week. The choice of days of the week are yours, making this our most flexible camp option. The Advanced Camp offers serious game improvement for the serious junior golfer. The camp concentrate on instruction which will take a campers game to the next level, with the emphasis on mental conditioning, course management, and the short game. By utilizing tournament-like conditions, campers are taught and tested on those skills identified as being mandatory to successfully compete at even the highest competitive junior golf levels. Stroke play, match play, and other like competitions are simulated each day with the end... 1-888-742-7529

Latest Review for The Arc of Southeast Iowa

My son looks forward to this camp every year!
Children with intellectual and developmental disabilities enjoy summer camps as well as anyone else does. My 10 year old son is intellectually delayed. He looks forward to this camp every summer. In fact, he keeps asking us how many days until camp? He likes to swim, make crafts, sing and learn new skills at summer camp. We are pleased to have a safe place where he can go and we don't have to worry about him. The camp counselors are great at what they do.... Read More...


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Live It Loud Fall Youth Retreat 2016 - Bostic, NC
Xtreme Focus Annual Fall Youth Retreat at South Mountain Christian Camp - Thurs. - Sun. Hiking, Low Ropes Course, Indoor Challenge, Giant Swing, Upward Tower, Services in afternoon & evenings Lodging, activities & meals included in price ($140). What to Bring – Casual, modest clothing, tennis shoes, XF Youth T-shirt (new one), towels, sleeping bag OR twin bed sheets & blanket, pillow, sleepwear, toiletries, Bible, notebook, pen, personal snacks & drinks, money for 1 meal on the way down Thurs. (Zaxby’s). Please pack as light as possible. Space will be limited, so register early.

Venture Extreme Summer Camp Capitol Area Council - Bastrop, TX
5 day camp for Venturing aged youth that is local and not as expensive as many high adventure camps. Take in all that central Texas has to offer by canoeing, ATV, mountinbiking, Night ops, survival skills and much more!

CentriKid Summer Camp - undefined, GA
CentriKid Summer Camp is right around the corner, and you don't want to miss it. This camp is for any child who has finished 2nd grade, all the way up to 5th grade. The cost is $250 and that covers everything. Please make plans to go, it's going to be awesome!!!

NYM Youth Camps 2016 - Lexington, NE
High School Camp: June 6-10th, students going into 9th and up, including graduates Jr. Teen Camp: June 13-17th, students going into 6th-9th $185 early registration Plenty of worker positions available for adults - FREE Registration Information: youth.neag.org/events/youth-camps

Kids Camp: Yoga, AcroYoga & Circus Arts - Salt Lake City, UT
CCY Kids Camp: Winter Break Edition! Grades K-6 Tues Dec 27 - Thurs Dec 29 (3 Days) 10:30am - 1:30pm (3 hrs each day) $95 Full Camp / $35 Drop-in 1 day Register Online: https://squareup.com/store/kimberly-preston Students will Increase: -strength -flexibility -self-confidence -creativity -tools to cope with stress -social skills We Will Explore: -yoga poses (asanas) -"breathing breaks" (pranayama) -natural creativity & playfulness in movement -games & art activities -partner yoga and AcroYoga -basic partner acrobatics & group acrobatics for kids -headstands & handstands -other circus arts including juggling, hooping, & balance Fresh fruit & veggies will be provided for snack. Please pack any additional snacks and be sure your child eats a full breakfast before arriving. Please wear comfortable clothes and pack a closeable water bottle. Kimberly Preston, E-RYT, AYT, is an experienced teacher, and will provide a safe & supportive environment for your child. She is a certified Kids Yoga Teacher, a certified AcroYoga International Teacher and has a social work background. She has 12 + years working with kids and welcomes children of all abilities

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Football - Seattle Preparatory School
The Seattle Prep Varsity football coaches will be hosting a youth football camp for rising 5th-8th grade students, July 5th-8th, 1-4pm daily. The camp will feature drill and technique work designed specifically for the young athlete to build a foundation that will lead to years of success on the gridiron. The camp will feature varsity coaches and players in a fast-paced, fun, and competitive structure that is tailored to any skill level. We will focus on the fundamental skills of stance, footwork, hand placement, shed, safety, and angles for all defensive positions. Offensively, we will cover stance, footwork, hand and head placement, blocking techniques, ball security, throwing, receiving, and explosive running back techniques. Our staffs goal is to provide each camper with a fun and exciting week of football. Most importantly, we will teach a winning attitude that will enable each camper to become the best individual and team-player they can be. New head football coach, Aaron Maul and his staff have a great deal of experience working with youth, high school, and college athletes. Dont miss this opportunity to work with our new football staff. Campers should wear athletic shoes or field turf cleats, athletic clothing and bring a... 2063240400.0

Totally Turtles - E. O. Wilson Biophilia Center
This summer camp adventure starts with creative turtle art lessons in the morning and nature adventures in the afternoon. Finally end your day with museum discovery time! *Create exciting turtle inspired art and paint beautiful patterns on our own turtle shells! Hands-on turtle fun with Turtle Bob plus take a short adventure to the gopher tortoise pen to see these digging turtles in their natural environment. Wear/Bring closed toe shoes for the adventure! Pack a peanut-free snack and lunch! Dont forget to apply sunscreen and bug spray! 850-835-1824

Owlet Camp I - Rice University
The half day camp is designed for the younger players. It is open to any and all boys and girls ages 4-6. Each player will receive an official Rice Soccer Ball and an official Rice Soccer Camp T-shirt at the end of the week. Campers will begin each day with dynamic warm up exercises to loosen up and get ready for the day. This will be followed by the technical portion of the session, focusing on ball control, passing and shooting. The day will conclude with small sided fun games where campers will have the opportunity to utilize skills learned earlier in the day. The Owlet Camp runs from 9:00 a.m.- 11:30 a.m. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. each Monday of camp. Cost of camp: $265 713-348-6955

Field Trip Camp - with Mr. Earl - Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Commission
Field Trips will leave at different times. Drop-off at the Jefferson County Community Center will be at 9:00 a.m. for the trips on Monday thru Thursday. Friday?s trip to Hershey Park will leave from the JCCC at 7am and will return at 6:30pm. Some trips may not leave until later or may leave as early as 9:15 a.m. During wait time for bus departure and drop off, games and other activities will be provided for the children until they are boarded. Pick-up for campers will be at 4:00 p.m. All trips are transported by Jefferson County School Buses. Campers will be required to bring special items each day. Campers must bring a packed lunch to camp each day, and wear sneakers, along with a snack and plenty of water. Other examples include: swimwear, extra cash for concessions/souvenirs, sunscreen, etc. Parents/Guardians who would like to volunteer to assist with the camp must pay their own fees for entry for each field trip. Parents/Guardians will need to submit a volunteer background check by July 10, 2013 in order to attend any trip. Cost includes tickets and admission for all trips daily. Please note, some pick up times may vary for certain trips...

Lacey Camp (Outdoor) - EXTENDED Session 7 - 2016 - City of Hanford
Grades: K - 12th Morning drop off at Lacey Park; afternoon pick up at the Hanford Teen Center. This weeks theme "End of Summer / Talent Show" Parents, is your child ready to have fun and make new friends this summer? If yes, then bring your child to the coolest hot spot in town. The Lacey Park Day Camp is full of fun activities for children grades K thru 6th. This is an outdoor recreation camp. Campers will learn about the benefits of being physically active; as well as, having a healthy lifestyle in the outdoors. Each week campers will engage in various group games, art projects, participate in a talent show and weekly field trips to the Hanford Teen Center, Hanford Plunge and the local Library. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided. A weekly food menu will be provided at request. If your child has a particular taste, you may consider bringing a sack lunch for your child. The park in the summer is hot, please send your child to the park with a bottle of water and sunscreen. Staff will provide an igloo of cold water for refills. Please...

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