Summer Camps in Canyonville, OR
Registration will not be complete until payment is made in full. First come first served. Due to our policies and upfront cost for the ice and staffing no refunds will be permitted, no exceptions. YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO KEEP TRACK OF YOUR PLAYERS SCHEDULE WEEKLY VIA OUR WEBSITE CALENDAR. PLEASE NOTE OCCASIONALY TIMES/DATES CHANGE BASED ON OUR ICE AVAILABILITY. HERE IS THE LINK FOR OUR WEBSITE CALENDAR: www.hockey-2.com/calendar.html We thank you for understanding. 2007 Tues and Fridays 5:00P-6:15P Dear 2007 families, Your son/daughter has been selected to be a part of a very special spring training program, one that will gather some of the best players for each age group to participate in a 8 week intense program. Our goal is to push these elite players to perform under strict guidance and instruction, sustain high competition from within the group--all in a structured environment. This will be very demanding, challenging and rewarding for our boys. This program is designed for advanced players only. First 30 players invited to sign up will be accepted. Players will receive the following: • professional teaching • jersey & socks • professional equipment manager • game stats • games will be filmed I look... 602-388-2112
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Awesome Camp for Girls
I went to CJDA every summer growing up, and now my girls attend every summer. I love it because they’re learning how to interact with other girls. With all of the back-biting and bullying you hear about in schools nowadays, I believe that CJDA works to counteract that. Girls at this camp learn to love and appreciate other girls. They learn to work together, have fun together and they learn to appreciate each other. I could not have asked for a better camp experience and... Read More...
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Camp7TEEN - Medford, OR
“We are too young to realize that certain things are impossible... So we will do them anyway.” -William Wilberforce There is a generation of young girls CRYING OUT, "Where do I belong? Why am I alive? Who can I trust? Who will fight for me? Who sees me? They starve themselves to look like the beautiful woman on the screen. They cut themselves in order to control their emotional pain. They use food to cope with the chaos of life. They strive for athletic prowess in order to be seen. They hope each social media "like" will validate their worth. YOUR daughters are being driven to conformity and crushed by comparison. They believe in order to fit in, they must look like everyone else, when in fact, it's the uniqueness of who they, their dreams, gifts, callings and passions that will set them apart as women who will change the world. Their dreams are being silenced and reshaped by the voice of society to compliment the direction of culture. The labels of life are drowning their dreams. Hi, we are Shantell Dayton and Lu Crenshaw, we want to throw your daughters a lifeline of CONFIDENCE and TRUTH about who they really are. Let's be honest, being a...
Kid's Music Camp: Oh, Jonah! - Hampton, VA
Oh Jonah!: Music Camp 2016 Monday – Friday, August 8-14, 9 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Oh, Jonah Practice & Activities 12 – 12:30 p.m. Lunch Bunch 12:30 – 3:00 p.m. Field Trip Camp Cost: $20 (includes CD, t-shirt, snacks). Field Trip Cost: Extra cost per activity Register here: http://www.123contactform.com/form-2044925/HBC-Music-Camp-2016 The children will be learning a musical about the life and times of Jonah. Rachel will direct the music and Betty (Elizabeth) will direct the enrichment activities. We have need of a snack coordinator and set designer in addition to youth counselors. This year, we would like to extend our day to 3:00 p.m. to include afternoon activities such as service, swimming, bowling, skating, etc. In order to add the component, we need willing adults to chaperone the afternoon outings. If you are interested in having some fun with some cool kids or if you have service project ideas you can help facilitate, then please contact Rachel.
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Post Camp - Fine Art Studio - Girl Scout House
Wind down after a long day of art-making. Well play games, work on projects, SWIM, and have fun. Enrollment in this activity is only for kids enrolled in Fine Art Studio Camps taking place at the Palo Alto Art Center in the same week as the Post Camp. Children not picked up on time will be charged $30 per each half hour late. Instructor: Recreation Staff -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Post Camp for Art Center Camps only LOCATION Girl Scout House INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff
Day Camp 1 - Denton A. Cooley Pavilion
Campers are taught all aspects of the game. A typical day at camp includes station work with emphasis on fundamentals such as shooting, passing, footwork, defense, rebounding, and ball handling. We also have a variety of contests, drills, league games, and a tournament at the end of each camp. Throughout our camps we put a special emphasis on our core values, Appreciation, Enthusiasm, Competitiveness, Teamship and Accountability. With appearances from our Texas Mens Basketball coaching staff and players, our campers get an inside look at what it is like to be a part of an elite division one basketball program. Sport camps and clinics conducted by The University of Texas are open to any and all entrants. Enrollment is limited only by age, grade level, gender, and capacity restrictions as specified by each camp. Please note that NCAA guidelines prohibit payment of camp expenses (e.g., transportation, camp fees, spending money, etc.) by a representative of The University of Texas athletics interests. NCAA rules also prohibit free or reduced camp admission for prospects (7th grade and above in mens basketball). Sorry, no camp scholarships available.
White Sox Summer Camp LS (5-6yrs) Yorkville - Bulls/Sox Academy - Offsite
Our Little Sluggers program is two and a half hours each day of baseball instruction designed to introduce the game of baseball in a fun environment while teaching basic skills. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please dress in athletic gear and bring a water bottle. See you in camp! AGE CATEGORY Child LOCATION Beecher Community Park 901 Game Farm Road, Yorkville, IL
Art on the Wild Side - EcoAdventures
Art on the Wild Side July 11th-15th 9am – 4pm (Ages 5 – 11) Monday – Friday Unleash your expressive side at our Art extravaganza camp. Come color with the chameleons, paint with our pythons and craft with our crocodilians. Each day will feature a different Art project that will include etched nature juice glasses, no sew animal print pillows, paper mache tropical birds, woven place mats, polymer clay pens, under the sea painting and more! Throughout the week, we will display the campers masterpieces in our very own EcoAdventures Art Show. Color your summer with the coolest Art camp around town! Field trip: Clay Bakers of Annapolis -Paint your own animal figurine or mug! Take a historical walk through Annapolis and have a picnic lunch at the waterfront. (410) 279-5416
Sunflower Basketball Camp - Ages 6-7 - Olathe Community Center
This is a fundamentally-based camp for boys and girls ages 6-13; focusing on skill development through daily drill periods, contests, and competitive games. Instruction is provided by High School coaches and current and former college basketball players. Camp Director, Brett McFall, is an Olathe South High School grad and 1997 Mr. Kansas Basketball. Brett was a 4-year player at the University of Wyoming (1997-2001) and played professionally in Europe and the USA (2002-2004). He has 13 years of coaching experience and is currently the head coach at Shawnee Mission South High School. Each participant will receive a camp t-shirt. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION OCC Court 1 at Olathe Community Center