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Summer Camps in Clarksville, TX

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Chicago Bulls Ball Handling (9-14yrs) Riverside - Bulls/Sox Academy - Offsite
Ball Handling camp is designed to teach players to handle the basketball with control and confidence. Players learn ball handling and dribbling techniques such as crossover, between the legs, behind the back and reverse pivot. This camp will equip every player with the tools he or she must have to shake a defender. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please dress in athletic gear and bring a water bottle. See you in camp! AGE CATEGORY Child LOCATION St. Hughs Gymnasium, 7939 West 43rd Street, Lyons, IL
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Camp Langston
 
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50 CR 3227, Mt Pleasant, Texas 75455
Camp Langston was founded in 1951. At one time it was only a little boy’s wish and a grandfather’s promise. Known as Daddy Jack,...
Activities: Swimming Lessons Arts & Crafts Talent Shows Archery Riflery Horseback...
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Clarksville, TX Summer Camps

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WBC Youth Rally
YOUTH RALLY hosted at WHITED BIBLE CAMP and sponsored by Mars Hill Full Gospel. Service will be held in the tabernacle with TEDDY SHUTTLESWORTH JR! (Don't worry it will be heated) so bring your friends and let's come together expecting great things from God! This event is for grades 7 & up - younger ones must be accompanied by an adult. Service times as follows: @5:00pm BONFIRE, live music, and lots of GIVEAWAYS!!! @6:00pm PRAYER meeting for staff and altar workers @6:30pm Praise & Worship followed by the annointed preaching of TEDDY SHUTTLESWORTH JR!!! *Overnight accomodations are available please contact Pastor Wes @ 207-540-7007 OR Youth Leader Tim Faulkner @ 207-551-6195 as soon as possible to make arrangements! Lets get together and see what God will do!

Teen Impact Summer Camp - Camp Agape
Teen Impact Summer Camp is from Monday, July 20th - Saturday, July 25th at Camp Agape in Benton, Tennessee. Cost is $300, plus an additional $35 for whitewater rafting (optional). Release form for rafting is required. Camp deposit of $100 holds your spot and is due by June 15th. Balance due by July 15. All deposits are final & non-refundable. Teen Impact medical release form is required and is available on the homepage of our website. For more information contact the Impact office at (813) 264-9368 or Bill @ (813) 600-9446 or [email protected]

Teen Leadership Weekend - Pelham, GA
How to defend our Faith. Jan. 20-22, 2017 Grades 7th-12th Cost: $60.00 We want to invite all 7th-12th grades to join us for a weekend as we look at how to defend our faith. We will spend time in Bible study, team building, break-out sessions, and recreation. We will look at: 1. Why defend my faith? 2. How do I know Christianity is true? 3. Is God real? 4. Can I trust the Bible We will also have break-out sessions discussing: 1. Why does God allow evil? 2. How to share and defend my faith at school. 3. How to prepare a bible study/sermon. 4. How do I balance sports and faith? 5. How do I have a quiet time? 6. Evangelism tools: using different tools to share the Gospel. We hope that you will join us for an exciting and challenging weekend. To register go online to our website, www.campcrosspoint.org, click on the camps tab, and click on download camper registration. You can send in the form via email or postal mail. Mail the information to P.O. Box 444, Pelham, GA 31779. If you have any questions please let us know via email, [email protected] or call us at 229-294-2294. We hope to see you soon....

Nagsda Youth Camp 2016 - Scranton, PA
NAGSDA YOUTH CAMP MEETING Secure your spot by Registering Now -- http://nagsdayouthcamp2016.eventbrite.com MINIMUM AGE: You must be 11 yrs or older to attend this camp. Minors must be accompanied by a chaperon or responsible adult (21+) who assumes responsibility and accountability for both safety and behavior of the minor. DRESS CODE: Your dressing should reflect the professional nature of an Adventist Youth and Young Adult and should respect the principles of Christian modesty and simplicity. ROOMS: 2 people per room. All campers are required and highly encouraged to bring money to cover the key deposit of $20 per key. It will be the shared responsibility of the occupants of the room to maintain the security of the room and return the key in perfect condition. Deposits will be returned at check-out. LINEN/PILLOWS: It is your responsibility to bring your own pillow to the Youth Camp. None will be provided. Marywood University will be providing linens. However, please make it a point to bring white bedsheets, which will be used during Friday inspection program. NON-REFUNDABLE REGISTRATION DEPOSIT: For all who are willing to come but do not have or cannot pay the full amount today, you can secure your registration with a non-refundable registration deposit of $50 payable to your...

CentriKid Camp 2017 - Leesburg, FL
CentriKid Camp is a a 5 day, 4 night camp for 3rd - 5th graders to experience the time of their lives and learn more about the message of Jesus Christ! Cost = $350

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Camp- Space/Science - AMLD Community Center
S UMMER DAY CAMP! This summer we have a few new themes as well as several of the old favorites. Ages: 5-12 (Campers must be age 5 by the beginning of the week of camp they are registering) Location : AMLD Community Center at 11500 El Salido Pkwy, Austin, TX 78750 (All activities are on-site, AMLD CC, El Salido Park & Pool) Days & Times: Monday- Friday 7:30am-6:00pm (Earliest drop off is 7:30am, Latest pick up is 6:00pm) Registration Fees: AMLD Resident: $175 Non-Resident: $190 Full payment is due at time of registration unless a payment plan has been set up. Daily Requirement for Participants: -Sack Lunch and Two Snacks -Tennis Shoes (Flip flops or open-toed shoes are permitted to wear to and from the pool only) -Swim Suit, Towel, Sun Block, Water Bottle & Hat -Great Attitude, Willingness to Participate and Have Tons of Fun More information: -Campers will be split into age appropriate groups each week. -Included in a campers day are swim lessons, free swim, free play, and a balance of indoor and outdoor activities as well as time for snacks and lunch. Registration, Discounts & Refund Information -Early-Bird...

Advanced Robotics with LEGO EV3-Gayton Baptist - Gayton Baptist Church
Using LEGOs New EV3 Space Challenge Set and Activity Pack, campers are introduced to robotics with a very current and real-world theme, traveling to and living on Mars! Campers will work as scientists and engineers as they progress through a set of lessons, challenges, and projects that fully integrate science, technology, engineering, and math concepts, while prompting creative problem solving, communication, and teamwork. Campers will learn the basics of gears to help them apply physical science and math principles to build effective robots. They will also progress through a series of missions in which they investigate, observe, calculate, and apply their knowledge to solve specific tasks. Our space engineers will conduct research as they explore, plan, and develop three fundamental challenges NASA engineers and scientists are working to solve: How to endure humans can survive in space; how humans can create energy in space; and how robots can help humans explore space. 678-294-9504

Mionday 3 year old Spring Session - Saint Francis UMC
Spring session Mondays, April 4, 11, 18, May 2, 9 Weekly 30-minute classes are held Mondays, 1PM - 1:30PM at Saint Francis UMC 919 274-0030

Thursday After School Spring 2016 - Terra Firma Farm
Terra Firma Farm is entering our 12th year of After School Programs here on the Farm! Throughout the year, the farm-based after school program serves local area students every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. The Terra Firma Farm After School program follows the Stonington Public School Calendar for holidays, half days, vacations and cancellations. Students are dropped at the farm after school or on the school bus and must be picked up by 5:30 PM. The After School program offers children in grades K- 4 the opportunity for fun, learning and exploration. Students arrive on the farm and are welcomed with a fresh after school snack. The children then do farm animal chores such as feeding the pigs, goats, cows, donkeys and the hens. A highlight of each day is gathering eggs from the laying hens. After chores are completed, children may participate in a range of other agriculture-based activities, including gardening, cooking, canning and preserving food, cheese- or butter-making, fiber arts, nature crafts, and much more. Other crafts and activities are scheduled to coincide with holidays and seasonal changes on the farm. 860-535-8171

Creative Writing - Old Trail School
Campers will learn to become confident writers! Practice makes perfect and campers will have fun writing! This camp offers instruction and practice in creative writing including: journaling, brainstorming strategies, short stories, poems, prompts and more. Campers will practice their writing skills and have fun doing so as they play word games, learn fun writing strategies and share their creative stories. Instructor: Katie Brunson, BA, Akron Shaw JCC preschool teacher 3306661118 x469

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