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Summer Camps in Carmi, IL

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Recreation Camp - WPI Campus - Sports & Rec Center
WPI Recreation Camp is designed for the camper who wants a day filled with a lot of fun, structured activities and a chance to meet new friends. Campers will participate in a variety of sports, games, arts & crafts, swimming and special events. Activities are led by experienced staff and held in the fabulous WPI Sports & Recreation Center. (508) 831-4900
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Camp Carson YMCA
 
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Distance
32.97 Miles
Address:
222 NW 6th St, Evansville, Indiana 47708
All the great activities of a traditional resident camp. Plus horseback, motorized dirt-bikes, water zip-lines, target sports and more. Christian atmosphere.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Ceramics/Pottery, Horseback...
Camp Ondessonk
 
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Distance
50.4 Miles
Address:
3760 Ondessonk Rd, Ozark, Illinois 62972
Adventure & exploration in S IL: live in a treehouse, cabin, or cave. Enjoy horseback riding, swimming, boating, hiking, archery, riflery, rock climbing &...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope...
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Carmi, IL Summer Camps

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CJ Czaia Campaign Launch - Palmetto Youth Center - Palmetto, FL
CJ isn't running because he wants to go to Tallahasse, he's running because he wants to bring our energy and voices to Florida's capital. We need you to bring all of this energy and your support to this Campaign Launch. If we can start strong, we'll finish big and set an example of how you elect a true champion in Florida!

Art Reception Creative Reuse Summer Camp - Sioux Falls, SD
JAM's first Creative Reuse Camp of the summer's art reception. Twelve students are creAting an art installation at the Washington Pavilion as a part of their participation of camp. What could they possibly be making? Join us in the VAC for their exhibition!

Returning to Teen Camp - undefined, CA
In the summer of 2014, I did something I never really thought I was called to do: work with TEENS. Being 21 at the time, I still considered myself one. Me? Being paired up with a 14-year old girl? Confronting normal teen issues paired with the difficulty that comes hand in hand while being in the foster system? Definitely a challenge. Not just zip-ling fun and games. (Also, I came home with crutches that year. FROM TRIPPING IN THE CAFETERIA. Hangry?) However, seeing how camp is something these kids/teens look forward to every year and how a weekend in the woods reminds them they are loved and adored is invaluable. Being with older and wiser counselors also inspired me because seeing the way they love unconditionally inspires me to not be selfish with my time and personal ambitions. These kids, this camp. It means something. A safe place with the ability to change lives long term. I'm proud to say that I'm returning to Teen Camp this year and it would be amazing to share the stories from last time with you (when I get a blog post up.) Until then, please prayerfully consider helping me get there. $500 dollars total sends me...

Absolutely Incredible Kid Day Letter Writing Campaign - Alumni Memoria
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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/

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Lacey Camp (Outdoor) - REGULAR Session 1 - 2016 - City of Hanford
Grades: K - 12th This weeks theme "Kids in the Kitchen Week" 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 have your campers wear comfortable play clothes and tennis shoes. Campers will go to the Hanford...

Advanced Cheer Camp - River Crest Community Center
F or students who have already progressed in beginners Cheering. Class will focus on advanced technique and performance level as well as jumps and hand motions. Participants will develop self-esteem and team work. Group performance last day of class. LOCATION River Crest CC Gymnasium at River Crest Community Center INSTRUCTOR Laura Yawn

Soccer (Grades 3-5) (PM) - MA Upper School Soccer Fields
This camp will emphasize basic skills, playing as a team, and sportsmanship. Instruction will focus on the fundamentals of soccer in a setting of encouragement and confidence building. Drills to improve skills will be added and games will focus on team play and scrimmages will be held to demonstrate tactical understanding. All participants need a soccer ball, shin guards, soccer shoes, a water bottle, a snack and sunscreen. Please send your student in regular shoes; they will change into their soccer shoes once on the field. 6127287745 x2

SC2016: Life Under a Rock Week - Sanibel Flagship Campus
Oh the things that live under rocks! If you only knew what cool creatures are under there, youd never snorkel in more than a foot of water again! Well spend a week turning over rocks to see what teeny-tiny creatures we can find living in the ocean. Marine worms, tiny crabs, tiny crustaceans and nudibranchs and all kinds of algae. Well bring some rocks to our tanks to watch more closely. Well leave no rock unturned. And since were talking about the highly prized wave zone (in wavier places), well crash around in our own splash zone and compete for space to imagine where a limpet or barnacle is supposed to go when all the rocks are full. (239) 472-8585

Explorer - Horse Camp - Monroe Camp and Retreat Center
If you love horses, or want to love them, this camp is for you. Learn the basics of riding and caring for our great camp horses. Plus, get lots of extra riding time and an offsite trip that you are sure to love. (910) 276-1654

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