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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: PM Mixing Magic - Scottsdale Country Day School Campus
This camp is a blast! Students will love the hands-on experiments and unexpected results. They will have their minds blown while learning chemistry and physics. Scientific research will be incorporated to discover and justify results. From growing crystals to making color changing flowers, there will never be a dull moment! 480-833-7338
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Cedarbrook Camp Texas
 
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12.73 Miles
Address:
391 County Road 333, Rosebud, Texas 76570
Christ-centered camping. Relationship building with peers and staff. Skill building opportunities. Traditional outdoor activities. Beautiful 300 acre wooded facility. Separate weeks girls-boys.
Activities: Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding (Western),...
Camp Greene
 
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Distance
34.95 Miles
Address:
, Bruceville, Texas
The URJ Greene Family Camp is located in the rolling hills of central Texas
Activities: Religious Camps: Jewish
Greene Family Camp
 
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36.22 Miles
Address:
1192 Smith Ln, Bruceville, Texas 76630
Reform Jewish (UAHC) Full-range prog. Modern, barrier-free facilities with AC, lake, pools, sports, alpine tower, more.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Challenge/Rope Courses, Gymnastics, Religious Study,...
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Bremond, TX Summer Camps

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Camas Youth Rugby Skills Camp - Camas, WA
Join a Fast-Growing Sport that Develops Leadership, Teamwork, and Sportsmanship. Grades 3-6 play a touch version. Safe contact techniques are rigorously taught for tackle rugby played in Grades 7 & 8. Rugby is a fast, fun, and inclusive team sport that anyone can play. Teamwork is essential to success in rugby, a game where everyone has a chance to carry the ball and score. Coed Rugby Skills Camp Grade 3-8 February 27, 2016 10:00AM to 12:00PM Cardon Field at Camas High Learn the catching, passing, and rules. Drinks and snack bars provided after playing. Hosted by Rugby Oregon, a division of USA Rugby Cost $15 includes T-shirt Please click on register at www.rugbyoregon.com For assistance call 360-210-7706 Spring League Grade 3-8 March thru May, 2016 Grades 3 and 4 Coed Touch Cost to register $ 90 Jersey Shorts Socks $ 57 Grades 5 and 6 Coed Touch Cost to register $ 90 Jersey Shorts Socks $ 57 Grade 7 and 8 Boys Tackle (Safe tackling is taught) Cost to register ...

Telling Tails Story Time - Kid's Reading Program ( Campus for Compassi
Children ages 6 and up, are invited to share their favorite stories with our furry friends while they await adoption during Telling Tails Story Time. This free hour of storytelling helps our cats practice their people skills, while students grow more confident in their reading skills. It’s a win-win, and totally adorable! AHS will have a selection of books on hand, but kids are welcome to bring their own. Telling Tails Story Time is offered one Saturday a month at the Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion. Sign your child up today! Saturday, February 13 Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. For more information, please visit: http://www.azhumane.org/get-involved/volunteer/ways-to-volunteer/

The Journey Week Teen Camp - Laneville, TX
The Journey Teen Camp is an exciting, affordable summer camp for church youth groups and Teens (grades 6–12). The Journey Week will be an unforgettable week in the life of your youth ministry. At Journey Week, your students and leaders will experience Christ through powerful communicators and a worship team who unpacks the truth of God’s Word in a relevant, transforming way. We have a very exciting year planned for 2017. We hope your church will join us!

Columbus Day Youth Retreat - Voorheesville, NY
This retreat is open to ages 14 through college. The price includes all sleeping arrangements, meals, seminars. Some activities have a separate price.

YOUTH SUMMER CAMP: BAKING BOOT CAMP (AGES 10-14) - Pensacola, FL
JUNE 13 - JUNE 17 Monday through Friday Ages 10-14 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Future pastry chefs create detailed cakes, pies and breads. More advanced decorating styles and skills are practiced to create their own “masterpieces.” The final day will be dedicated to our own baking competition. Register at http://www.cookingschoolsofamerica.com/pensacolacooks/index.php?page=series#565

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Wacky Water Week - Old Trail School
Campers will splash their way through a week of awesome aquatic activities with a variety of water adventures in some of the most elaborate aquatic facilities that Northeast Ohio has to offer. Under the watchful eyes of John Pintola and Jeff Eason (certified lifeguards), your child will enjoy water slides, lazy rivers, diving boards, zip lines, paddle boats, kayaking and more. Bring swimsuit, towel, sack lunch, water bottle and SUNSCREEN each day. Fee includes admission to all water parks. NOTE: This program begins one hour later and ends one hour later, so please adjust your transportation arrangements accordingly. Instructors: John Pintola, BS, Old Trail School assistant director of technology and Jeff Eason, BFA, MA, MFA, Old Trail School art teacher. 3306661118 x469

Coon Rapids - Week 5 - ICE SPORTS Week - Broomball, Skating, Hockey - Coon Rapids Ice Center
The AKA All Sports Camp experience is unique in its inclusion of a variety of ice sports. This year AKA is proud to announce another summer featuring the AKA Ice Sports Week - Broomball, Curling, Skating and Hockey (Week 5). Thanks to the help of the USA Broomball Association kids will receive professional instruction and understanding of the sport of Broomball. ***Equipment is necessary - all kids must wear a helmet (hockey, football, bike, etc.) to be on the ice. Featured Fieldtrip - Zero Gravity Indoor Trampoline Park FYI - The actual day camp runs from 9am-4pm though kids are welcome to get dropped off as early as 7am and picked up as late as 6pm. There is so much activity between these hours! Contact us at with questions or by calling our office at 651.447.2454. Thank you! 651-447-2454

Friday Night Lights Camp Friday June 3, 2016 (Grades 9 to 12) - Sheakley Athletic Complex at UC
Description: There is nothing like stepping out onto the Sheakley Athletic Complex under the lights. Our Friday Night Lights Camp is an up-tempo evening of football with the Cincinnati Coaching Staff and top college coaches from the Midwest. This camp will be held at our practice complex under the lights, simulating a game day environment. Campers will go through combine style testing demos, position drills, 1-on-1 drills, speed drills, and on field competitions focusing on proper techniques and fundamentals. All One Day Camps feature in person instruction by the University of Cincinnati Football Coaches, along with many other coaches from FBS, FCS, Division II, and Division III level Colleges. A Member of the Cincinnati Football Staff will lead each Position. Camp is open to football players going into Grades 9 to 12in the fall of 2016, CHECK IN/CHECK OUT PROCEDURES • Check In – Friday, June 3, 2016 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., Linder Athletic Center • Closing Remarks – 7:00 pm., Sheakley Athletic Complex WHAT TO BRING • Any special shoes you may use. Cleats or turf shoes are acceptable. • Helmets are suggested at this camp. 5135565986.0

ASSI Super Sports Camp - Ackerman Park
This camp is for the all around athlete or for someone who wants to try it all. Sports like soccer, basketball, hockey, football, and baseball will be taught in detail. The main focal point of this camp is teamwork and sportsmanship. Each sport is covered in a way so that every participant can contribute to his or her teams success. This camp is not about winning or losing its about having FUN and learning. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- All equipment is provided for this camp. Please be sure to bring a water bottle and apply sunscreen. LOCATION Ackerman Park Playground

2016 Summer Camp Session 1 - Alex Box Stadium
Goals of the Camp: 1) to give young baseball players the experience of a lifetime in a $50+ million stadium on LSUs beautiful campus in a fun, safe, positive, and action-packed atmosphere 2) to learn tips that will help advance their baseball development from our outstanding veteran staff of coaches 3) to develop their skills in all aspects of the game through repetition, both through playing instructional games and by doing drills Skills Covered: Hitting, Position specific Fundamentals, throwing, base running, bunting, sliding Instructional Games: Campers will play one instructional game in the morning and one in the afternoon (lasting roughly 45 minutes- 1 hour) Format (with some flexibility) Morning Sessions (9am-Noon) will include one instructional game and two skill sessions Lunch (Noon-1:00pm) which will be provided, will offer the opportunity to eat lunch and relax Afternoon Sessions (1:00-4:00pm) will include an additional instructional game and two skill sessions Coaching Staff LSU Coaching staff members, other college coaches, high school coaches, club coaches, LSU players, other college player, former players looking to get into Additional FAQs *Campers will be separated by age and skill level, and we will make sure that all teammate requests are met. *All campers will receive... 225-578-4150

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