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Summer Camps in Cove, OR

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Spring Break All Day Camp - Spruce Meadow Farm
Campers will have a riding lesson and games/exercises on horseback session each day. They will also participate in a horsemanship lesson and craft projects. (716) 741-2346
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NBC Basketball Camp at Eastern Oregon University
 
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Distance
13.72 Miles
Address:
, LaGrande, Oregon
NBC Camps offers Complete Player Basketball Camps
Activities: Youth Programs
NBC Volleyball Camp at Eastern Oregon University
 
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13.72 Miles
Address:
, La Grande, Oregon
NBC Camps Eastern Oregon volleyball camps are found at one of the most notable spots in Northeastern Oregon
Activities: Youth Programs
Oregon Camp Cedarbrook
 
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48.52 Miles
Address:
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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Cove, OR Summer Camps

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Best Starts for Kids Campaign Kickoff! - Seattle, WA
Join us for a campaign kickoff event for Best Starts for Kids. This exciting measure will fund proven programs, deliver real, measurable benefits, and create lasting change for children. We would love to have you join us to support this important proposal to help children across our county! Suggested contribution levels are at $50, $100, $250, $1,000, or whatever makes sense for you. Please RSVP to Michael at [email protected] or (206) 682-7328 We look forward to seeing you there!

Winter in the Wild: Furs & Feathers (Youth Groups Only) - Hull, IL
Exclusive for Non-Profit Youth Groups! Registration limited to first 30 youth Become a GC wildlife detective while on school vacation! Come to Gardner Camp for hands-on learning about wildlife and animals of all kinds. Nationally renowned World Bird Sanctuary will be at GC to present a live animal program where you will experience an up-close view of animals from all kingdoms. After learning about the different types of animals and the signs that animals leave behind, participants will test their investigation skills solving a mystery and go on a tracking adventure, weather permitting. Participants will also walk away with their very own handmade wildlife tracks t-shirt. Within this program, there is also a giveback opportunity to help World Bird Sanctuary. If desired, groups can bring an item from the WBS wish list as a service project. Pre-registration required. Contact [email protected] or 217/432-1999 to register.

PCM Softball Youth Winter Camp - 4th-6th - Prairie City, IA
What: PCM Softball invites future softball athletes in grades 2-6 to the 1st Annual PCM Softball Youth Camp. Athletes will receive instruction from high school student athletes and coaches. When: Grades 2nd & 3rd on March 6th, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM Grades 4th – 6th on March 13th, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM Cost: Registration is $20 (includes T-Shirt). Checks payable to PCM Athletic Boosters. (Scholarships available upon request, please contact Coach Plein for information.) Location: PCM Middle School Gym (located in Prairie City) Questions: Coach Whitney Plein ([email protected]) Coach Rusty Vos ([email protected])

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 Fit Boot Camp Age 8-11 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included)

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Young Hope Basketball Academy 2016 - PepsiCo Recreation Center
Jamie Young, an assistant for the 17-Time NBA Champion Boston Celtics, will host his 3rd annual youth basketball academy to support the Erika Kate Hope Alliance. He will be joined by an experienced staff of girls and boys basketball coaches from across the country. All proceeds will help ease the emotional, spiritual, and financial burdens borne by parents of children with life threatening heart conditions. Check out EKHA at www.erikakate.org and register for the academy today! 309-303-7292

Week 3: Visual Art Program - The MacDuffie School
The visual art program will give your child the opportunity to explore artistic expression through visual media. We encourage and welcome all ages and ability levels, providing an environment supporting each individual artist. Friday afternoons will feature an exhibition of each artists favorite masterpieces in a gallery open to fellow camp-goers, friends, and family. Whether your child is drawing stick figures or creating intricate 3-D images, this is the program for you! Lunch and afternoon activities/field trips included. 413-255-0000 x107

Rutgers 2016 Media Art Intensive - Civic Square Building
Rutgers Media Art Intensive Natalie Bookchin, artistic director Grace Jackson, assistant director Brian Edgerton, instructor July 25 – August 5, 2016 (weekdays only) Ages 14 to 18 | commuter only Rutgers 2016 Media Art Intensive Website: / The Rutgers Media Art Intensive introduces students to the world of media art – a synthesis of artistic experimentation, technology, and the visual arts. Students create original works of art, working with sound, video, and/or media installation. Instruction covers techniques for shooting video, studio lighting, recording sound, 2-d animation, green screen compositing, and the basics of video and sound editing. Students utilize the computer labs, hardware and sound studio facilities of the Mason Gross School of the Arts media area. The intensive will culminate in a public showcase of student artwork produced in class. All students registering for the Media Art Intensive must also complete a Participant Questionnaire: / Fees: tuition $880 848-932-8618

Returning Counselor Application - Center at Cathedral Ridge
The Counselors presence at camp is an integral part of the summer camp experience for everyone. Ideally, we are looking for dynamic individuals who share a passion for camp, a love of working and who are seeking a deeper relationship with Jesus. It is important to keep in mind that this job in its simplest form is servant leadership. It is tiring, sometimes trying, and our focus as staff should not be on ourselves but on our campers. As staff of Cathedral Ridge summer camps, we are also representatives of the Episcopal Church in Colorado, and are working in a ministry that many people believe to be incredibly important in our Diocese. While the job of a camp counselor is not for the weary, it can be a very rewarding and enlightening experience. The life-knowledge and skill set you will acquire while you are here will be invaluable in your future. 303-837-1173

High School Ceramics: Hand Building, Wheel Work & Sculpture (29231P) - Cary Academy
Whether you want to learn hand building, wheel work, or sculpture, join us for a week of in-depth, independent study for a wide range of abilities from beginner through advanced. Individual instructor attention tailored to each participants needs will elevate your pottery repertoire. Use commercial glazes and oxides to combine, overlap, and create dynamic effects to enhance your final piece. Campers will take home finished work at the end of the week. 919-677-7839

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