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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: AM Week 4: Basketball - Oakhill Day School
Calling all basketball players! Come join Oakhills Elementary basketball coach this summer as he leads you in drills and skills practices. Open to both boys and girls, this camp will focus on the fundamentals while still enjoying a scrimmage or two! 816-436-6228
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Oregon Camp Cedarbrook
 
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PO Box 303, Athena, Oregon 97813
Creative Christ-centered personal growth/skill building focus. Mature volunteer staff. Come for fun and friendship to Camp Cederbrook.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Climbing/Rappelling,...
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Kids Yoga Summer Day Camp - Lansing, MI
Yoga knows no age boundaries. It has benefits for the older and younger alike. Just B Yoga provides a quality yoga program for children that benefits the body and the mind. The camp is taught by Belinda Thurston and Monica Pino. Our classes teach children body awareness and positive self image while finding healthy movement exercises. Children will learn yoga asana (poses), pranayama (breath exercises), dharana and dhyana (focus and meditation). Camp includes: yoga games and exercises; art and music activities; snacks; water games Ages 6-13 TWO-WEEK CAMP Tuesday, Thursday 12-3 p.m. June 21-30th (2 weeks) $80 early-bird until June 10; $100 full registration; $30 drop-in

TCU Titan Youth Wrestling LeCenter Campus - Le Center Middle School
2015-16 TCU Titans Youth Wrestling Registration for the Le Center Campus program. 6:30 Parent Meeting, sign up to follow

Impact Summer Camp '16 - undefined, ID
Summer Camp '16 is just around the corner, don't hesitate to invest in your future, so get registered today. Jr. Camp dates will be July 11-13, ages 8-12. Registration will be $75 and the deadline is July 1st. Any registration received after July 1st will be $100. Our theme this year is "Defenders of the Kingdom". Our camp speaker is Kari Lineberry, she will not disappoint and your kids will leave rejuvenated. Sr. Camp dates will be July 13-16, ages 13-18. Registration will be $150 and the deadline is July 1st. Any registration received after July 1st will be $175. Our theme this year is "Losing my Religion". Our camp speaker will be Isaiah Johnson, his ability to relate with kids will bring a great perspective and your students lives will never be the same. If you want to get involved by volunteering your Time, Money, or Talent, please contact me via Facebook or email. I can't wait to see you all!

Teen Snow Camp Camp at CoBeAc - Prudenville, MI
Every teen is looking for a reason to take a few days off school and have some fun. Camp CoBeAc offers the opportunity for teens to break away from busy schedules and loads of homework. Come and spend a few days at camp for a time to relax physically and recharge spiritually. This exciting weekend contains five preaching sessions by Pastor Kurt Skelly, late night tubing, volleyball and basketball tournaments, team competitions, blazing fireplace, human foosball, special skit hour, annual broom hockey tournament, cozy coffee shop and gift store, delicious meals, and so much more!!! Cost is $95, and you must pre-register with the church. Teens will need money for meals on the way up and back, as well as spending money at the coffee shop and gift store. We leave on Thursday, Jan. 28 and return on Saturday, Jan. 30. Pick up a registration form at church!

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Carlsbad HS 2016 - Carlsbad High School
The Lancers Track & Field Club and World Record Camps are offering a pre-season conditioning program for all high school and middle school athletes are welcome ! No tryouts, no cuts. Club Training Dates: 3 days per week, Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays or Fridays, January 4th - February 19th, 3:00pm - 5:00pm Cost: $159 Why you should join? Training sessions led by Lancers coaches. Personal training sessions that will get you in condition for the upcoming track & field season, as well as pre-season training for other spring sports. Coaches: Gregg Simmons Matt Large 760-889-1451

Caldwell Academy - Ages 8-9 Drone Science - Caldwell Academy
Drone Science Remote Control (RC) and Drone technology is the future! Landing rovers on planets, drones in the skies today or robotic assembly systems, all have similar technologies in use. Get in on the ground level now! Learn the basic mechanics and actual operational skills of remote controlled vehicles and drones. Study the mechanical engineering side of this equipment, as well as the fun side of actually playing with and using this technology. July 18-22 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM 3364930403.0

Bugging Out - Grade K - NatureBridge at Golden Gate
Lift a log, sift through mud, and follow the buzz in search of bugs, butterflies, and compost critters. Collect macroinvertebrates from Rodeo Pond, create your very own magnifying bug box, and design vibrant butterfly mosaics. 415-331-1548

University Park Pythons - University Park Pythons
The University Park Pythons are a youth golf team for Park Cities residents. The focus is on introducing the game of golf in a fun and relaxed way, similair to little league baseball or flag football. In addition to weekly practices, the team will participate in "Team Golf" tournaments conducted by the Northern Texas PGA, which are scaled down events to match the early stages of learning the game of golf. 254-717-0869

03rd 2016 Camp, Buckaroo DAY Camp - Blue Point Stables
This Camp is a 5 (Five) Day Buckaroo Day Camp. Camp begins each day at 9:00 EST and ends at 4:00 pm in the afternoon. The Wednesday Night Overnight stay is offered only as an option, and has an additional charge. Campers are not required to select this option. Campers will be assigned a horse to ride and care for. In the larger enrollment classes, campers share assigned horses. Activities that the campers will be involved with are... Riding Lessons (generally twice a day, weather permitting) Grooming, Stall Care & Management, Equine Characteristics, Arts and Crafts, Horse Health and Welfare and Swimming Pool fun at the end of each day. Plus, making friends or renewing previous relationships with new and returning campers alike. Campers have the option to purchase and challenge the test for a CHA riding level. Campers receive the appropriate CHA Riding Level Book. Successful campers are awarded the appropriate Certificate, Patch and Pin. Campers falling below the testing standards are allowed to retest. Day campers will need to bring appropriate clothing for each day, to include layered warm clothing on cooler days and rain gear when needed, as well as, their lunches, snacks and drinks for each... 865-376-9312

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