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Summer Camps in Demopolis, AL

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Youth & Children Program Director - Campus by the Sea
Youth & Children Program Directors are not charged for this event. Attending spouses and children of program directors should be registered under the "Youth & Children Program Director Spouse" and/or "Youth & Children Program Director Child" categories, for a total of $140 each. 608-443-3797

Latest Review for Camp Discovery

A Special Kind of Summer
No parent wants to hear that their child has diabetes. But when you learn that it is manageable you carry on. That doesn't mean letting them go to camp was an easy decision. But once we visited with the staff at Camp Discovery we knew our girl was going to be supervised and look after by counselors who understood the challenges of living with diabetes. I was actually impressed with how many of the staff also share the ailment. It made it all feel very... Read More...


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2016 Kid's Camp - Hanover, PA
The kids (rising 3rd-6th grade) of theBridge will be heading to Hanover, PA for an amazing week of fun, fellowship and growing in their faith. Total Cost is $180 Registration form and $50 deposit is due June 26th. Click here for Registration Form - http://bit.do/kidsforms

Youth Development Summer Camp Car and Truck Show - Concord, NC
The Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office, Youth and Development Division, will be hosting a Car & Truck Show on Saturday, April 16, 2016 with all the proceeds going to benefit the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office Youth Development Summer Camp. The Youth Development Summer Camp provides At Risk Youth in Cabarrus County with a week-long camp experience. This year, we will be expanding our summer camp experience to include three, 1 week sessions that will impact over 120 At Risk Youth in Cabarrus County. During a typical week of summer camp, At Risk Youth interact with police officers in a positive learning environment. Some of the camp activities include bowling, fishing, mini golf, swimming, along with trips to the zoo and local movie theaters to name a few. Interlaced within these activities are structured lessons which teach about the dangers of bullying, internet safety, gun safety, peer pressure, and drug abuse. In today’s society, now more than ever, we need positive role models for our youth. The School Resource Officers of the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office are effective, positive, motivational, role models for these At Risk Youth. PLEASE COME OUT ON APRIL 16TH AND SUPPORT THIS WORTHY CAUSE.

Fern Valley Farm Kid's Summer Day Camp - Farm Tracker Week - Bristol,
Session #6 – “Farm Trackers Camp” - July 18-21, Ages 6-12 Monday – Thursday, 9 am – 2 pm Join us on the farm tracking BIG ANIMALS – Farmer Larry will teach you all about how to track animals on the farm. Go on daily nature hikes to track our "big" farm animals. . Learn how animals help make our work easier - which animals dig our garden and which help clear the land. Daily crafts include making your own "Animal Track" necklace to wear and take home, making and decorating your own Trail Camp walking stick to hike the trail. Not to mention our nature SCAVENGER HUNT! Each day will include visits with all our animals as an assistant farm tracker, running and playing in the big pasture, daily take home crafts, and visits to the Fern Valley Farm kitchen for exciting kid friendly creations. Cost - $125 per child (Morning Snack and Lunch included.)

Teen Campout - Bristol, TN


AKMA Space Wars & Legoland Summer Camp - Carlsbad, CA
Visit Legoland, build Lego space war jet fighters, battle opponents with space sabers, laser tag and more. Legoland admission on Thursday is not included in camp price. Campers are dropped off and picked up by guardians at the park that day at a predetermined location. Pizza Party Friday and Treats included

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Foothills Adventure - Session 1 - Mitchell Park Community Center (MPCC)
Did you fall in love with Foothills Camp when you were younger? Do you like to explore the land, hike the trails and sleep under the stars? Foothills Adventure is built on the same tried-and-true principles as our Foothills Day and Fun Camps, but developed specifically for middle school aged youth. Longer hikes, more sophisticated games and activities, weekly challenges with Foothills Camp staff...the fun doesnt end with Foothills Day anymore! An overnight on the first Thursday of the session is a must, but Foothills Adventure takes campfires and night games to a whole nother level. NEW IN 2016 - Swimming on the last Friday of camp ends the session on a perfect note. Get ready for a Foothills Adventure you wont forget! Daily transportation is provided from Mitchell Park Community Center. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Recreation LOCATION Drop off and pick up at Mitchell Park Teen Center INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff

WEEK 5 2016 - First Baptist Church
Spiritual Emphasis: Our counselors take every opportunity to minister to the campers spiritual needs through Bible study and personal interaction. We seek to integrate a biblical worldview in all our time we spend together. We understand this is a great opportunity not only to ell the campers about Gods Word, but also to show them how it is related to everyday life. Paul said it well when he wrote, "For me to live is Christ." That is what we model here for our campers. Social Emphasis: We also understand the importance of your child meeting and learning to work together with other children and adults. We will help them learn positive ways to make friends and guide them in being friends to others. Teamwork will also be taught through various games and activities. Physical Emphasis: No couch potatoes here! We dont want our campers to just hang out and waste their day so we work at keeping them going. Whether its a day trip to Six Flags, making human ice cream sundaes, a rousing game of kickball, or a walk to the local park, there is never a dull moment at Cornerstone! What to bring: A bag lunch (6-10th graders... 2014877212 x221

Felted Bags and Purses - Artists Exchange
This 4 week workshop will focus on making bags and purses using a resist method of wet felting. For many, felt is a crafting material sold in squares made out of some mish-mosh of synthetic fibers. Felting is actually extremely natural and is one of the most ancient art forms in mankinds history. It is still a widely used method which can create anything from clothing to toys and even houses. In this class, students will learn the basic process of wet felting which creates wool fabric by layering raw wool fibers, adding warm soapy water and a little elbow grease. This is an inter-generational class. The felting process is simple but can be very versatile which makes it a great opportunity for parents and children to work together side by side. For ideas, examples and resources visit: www.feltingsupply.com 401-490-9475

Volleyball - Norfolk Christian Schools
Volleyball is the ultimate team sport. It is exciting, action packed and one of the fastest growing sports in the Tidewater area. The game requires outstanding hand-eye coordination, skill mastery, quickness, anticipation, teamwork and the motivation to "lay it all on the line." Now is a great time for your child to get started or further develop their game at the NCS volleyball camp. Campers will receive instruction in the six skills of volleyball: serving, passing, digging, setting, attacking and blocking. Campers will learn rotational and perimeter defenses and how and when to use them. Though instruction will be thorough, the atmosphere will be positive and enjoyable for all the campers. Highlights: Improved skills and a better understanding of the game Increased self-confidence Encouraging and positive staff (NCS coaches and players) New and strengthened friendships Personal player evaluation Exciting games and competitions 757-274-6295

Session 3A - Female youth camper who will require 1:1 staff supervision - Camp Paivika
Female youth camper 9 - 17 years old with physical and/or developmental disabilities and require 1-1 supervision. 5 night option Camp Paivika is able to accommodate up to 1 female camper who require 1:1 staff supervision ratio for this session 909-338-1102 x5003

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