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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: All Skills Camp II - Yum Center
All Skills camp will focus on developing and improving the fundamentals of volleyball. Passing, serving, setting, defense, attacking, blocking as well as team systems and competition. Camp check in begins at 8:15a on July 6th and camp sessions run from 9:00a-12:00p and 1:00-3:30p daily. Lunch & t-shirt included. ONLY CASH OR CHECK ACCEPTED AT CHECK IN. $25 cancellation fee per camper. 502-852-3327
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NBC Basketball Camp at Simpson University
 
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NBC Camps celebrates over 15 years of basketball excellence on the campus of Simpson University. Intensity
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Corning, CA Summer Camps

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Second Annual Fundraiser for Camp AmeriKids - Brooklyn, NY
This was a huge success last year - Help us by being a part of it again! $10 suggested donation gets you ~ A drink ticket & specials! Food! DJ! Raffles! 50/50! Don't miss it! The Fundraiser benefits both The Elm Project and Camp AmeriKids ~ "The mission of Camp AmeriKids is to enhance the lives of youth living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease by providing an enriching summer camp experience, year-round skill building and a supported transition to adulthood." http://www.campamerikids.org If you or your employer would be willing to make a donation of goods or raffle items, please let us know at [email protected] Camp AmeriKids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Their federal tax I.D. is 06-1431690 ----------------------------------------- Camp AmeriKids Program Overview: "Camp AmeriKids was founded in 1995 by Robert C. Macauley in the hopes of reaching out to an underserved population close to home. It is our firm conviction that youth, regardless of their economic, social or medical challenges should have the opportunity to experience the carefree joys of childhood. Each summer, Camp AmeriKids serves over 250 inner-city children living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease. Campers age 7 to 15 participate in one of two eight-day sessions held in late...

Kid Fit Boot Camp Ages 4-7 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included)

AAC Summer Theatre Camp 2016 in partnership - Jasper, AL
This summer program will introduce students ranging from rising third graders to high school seniors to all aspects of the creative and technical sides of musical theatre production. From the audition to the final curtain, students will not only star in the production, they will also learn what it takes to put on a show. The program will include instruction in acting, voice, dance, set, costume, sound and lighting design and more. The camp meets Monday – Thursday each week from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00am – noon. For more info call Athletic Arts Center at 205-387-9337 or visit http://www.athleticartsctr.com/Special_Events.html

Teen Tent Camp 2016 - Alma Center, WI
First Tent Camp of 2016---Teen Camp! Three days and three nights of Tent Camp fun, including: Great friends Hobo pies Campfires Bible Times Capture the Flag Army tents and Waterslide What are you looking forward to that isn't on this list? Everyone is welcome, so use the Invite button to add your friends! Cost: $30 For ages 14-18 To register or for more information call 715-964-6176.

Summer Camps and Teen Trips Fair - Rye, NY
Join us at our Summer Opportunities Fair and learn about dozens of overnight camps and summer programs available for children and teens, ages 7 - 17! Use this opportunity to meet with your local Tips on Trips and Camps advisor for personalized advice and ideas. Visit with program directors to explore summer options for your children. Bring your kids and get them excited about summer 2016 or 2017! Tips on Trips and Camps is a FREE service representing over 600 sleepaway camps and teen programs. For 45 years we have helped over 140,000 families find fabulous summer programs for their children. What types of programs will be there? - Traditional and Specialty Camps - Community Service Programs - Language Immersion - Teen Travel - Academic Enrichment - Arts and MORE! For more information, email Michele at [email protected] Can't come - call Michele at 914 9392491 to get started today.

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Junior High Camp - Camp Ithiel
Middle school students are invited to attend our Junior High camp! Middle school is a period of life where youth are learning about themselves and about others. Theres no greater place for young people to do that than at camp. Campers will spend the week playing exciting games like 9 Square in the Air, singing their favorite camp songs, reconnecting with old friends while making new one, canoeing and so much more. Whats not to love about Junior High camp?! Campers also will be able to participate in fun and engaging Bible studies, morning devotions and evening worships each day, designed to help them learn about God and His relentless love for them. 4072933481.0

Defensive & Offensive Concepts - Stephen C. West Ice Arena
Defensive & Offensive Concepts Camp The Defensive segment will cover defensive tactics, coverages, checking, body play, gap control, positioning, defensive theory, transitions, jumping into the play, and defending odd-man rushes. The Offensive segment will focus on offensive theory, face-offs, sustaining an attack, cycling, attacking with speed, odd-man rushes for, offense at the puck, offense away from the puck, and support. ATTENTION GOALTENDERS - Every RMHS camp will offer professional goaltending instruction from one of our professional goaltending coaches. We limit theses spots to four goaltenders per group. ****Schedules subject to change due to registration levels up to one week before the first day of camp 8778487647.0

Sea Lab - Session 6 - Community Boating Center
***THIS CLASS IS FOR SEALAB STUDENTS ONLY - WE WILL CONFIRM W SEALAB IF YOURE ENROLLED IN THEIR PROGRAM*** Community Boating Center of New Bedford is a great place to send your children to have a safe fun and positive time. Community Boating Center of New Bedfords mission is to "Teach positive life values to youth through boating." This summer we are working even more in incorporate US Sailings REACH program into our summer programs. The REACH program works to teach children science, technology, engineering and math in fun and innovative ways. It helps kids learn STEM subjects while engaging in fun land and water based activities. Our programs also follow the philosophy of safety, fun and learning in that order. This summer Community Boating has Chosen to assign students to their classes. We believe assigning students will allow us the best flexibility to get more children involved in our programs as well as it will allow our instructors their best opportunity to mentor and teach children. 5089926219.0

Elite Level/GK Specialty Camps Session #1 - Vonnie Gros Athletic Field
The WCU Field Hockey Elite Level & GK Specialty Camp offers a unique op-portunity for the serious field hockey athlete. The camp has been designed to challenge athletes in settings different from the traditional camp situations. The camps will offer tactics and techniques in goal scoring, defensive strategy, and goal-keeping technique. Each evening will conclude under the lights with game play. These offerings will appeal to the serious field hockey athlete! EQUIPMENT Each camper should bring a stick, shinguards, sneakers or turf shoes, mouthguard, sunscreen, and a container of water (no glass). Goal-keepers must bring their own equipment. WCU and its camp staff are not re-sponsible for lost or missing items. All personal equip-ment should be marked with the campers name. 610-436-3555

Level 2- 1st and 2nd Grade - Terrace Park Elementary Music Room
Designed for students in first or second grade that took a Level 1 course during the fall session (classes previously held on Tuesdays at 3:30, Tuesdays at 5:30 or Thursdays at 4:15). Students will continue to use the same book. 513-272-7407

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