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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Frisco Prosper Homeschool PE Session 5 - Prosper, TX
4 Classes, No Class 3/10 (Spring Break) Homeschool PE for 6-13 year olds PE 101 is a 90 minute class that allows students to explore many sports in a short time. This program is designed so that students can be ACTIVE and learn about athletics and team sports. Each class begins with a dynamic warm-up and stretch. We rotate through agility stations and drills. Each unit of study includes sport specific drills and games. Including rules of the game, strategy and the fundamentals required to play. We also enjoy fun classic games like kickball, dodgeball, whiffleball and capture the flag. 8179293333.0
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Uskichitto Retreat Center
 
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Distance
31.59 Miles
Address:
PO Box 118, Leblanc, Louisiana 70651
We offer a great Christian camp experience. Community is built in a safe environment where campers are given an opportunity to grow in their...
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Indian Creek Girl Scout Camp
 
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Distance
31.99 Miles
Address:
1720 Kaliste Saloom Rd Ste C1, Lafayette, Louisiana 70508
Outdoor experiences to help girls develop self-potential, social skills, environmental awareness while having fun.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Counselor Training...
Wawbansee
 
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31.99 Miles
Address:
1720 Kaliste Saloom Rd Ste C1, Lafayette, Louisiana 70508
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT),...
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Eunice, LA Summer Camps

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Camp Firefly: Bethel's New MS/HS Summer Camp! - undefined, undefined
Things are coming into place fast for Bethel's Student ministry, Beta Sigma, to have our very own summer camp, designed specificaly by and for Bethel students and their friends. Many exciting details are still falling into place, but some very important ones are already set: - Our worship band for the whole week is The Hardcastles, our camp worship band for the last two years at Camp Eagle. - Our speaker is former hockey player, youth evangelist and long time youth pastor, Shawn Roberts, who has spoken to thousands upon thousand of students and seen thousands come to know Christ. - Activities we know we'll have: river tubing, swimming, gaga ball, ulimate, football, hiking, square dancing, bow and arrow tag, airsoft, bonfires, small group talks, team challenges, camp challenges... - Best of all, we'll be serivng the community and the camp throughout the week doing service project. - So many more things to come, shirts, journals, themed meals and more...we'll keep you updated as things move. This will not be a camp you or your friends want to miss. Early registration starts in January for Middle School and in Febuary for High School...

28th Annual "Send a Kid to Camp" Gala - Salt Lake City, UT
This is our largest fundraising event of the year. We rely on support of our community so that we can provide our services to everyone, regardless of income. All proceeds from this event will directly benefit our Summer Camp and year-round education/recreation programs and activities for youth and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities, and children with special medical needs. Please join us for a fun-filled evening including great food and drinks, entertainment, silent and live auctions, and a raffle. Reserve your seat today! See www.campk.org/gala for more details.

A.T.T.A.S Youth Basketball Camp - Houston, TX
America's Talent Tutoring Adolescent Services is hosting it's first annual summer camp. We will be utilizing basketball as a platform to discuss health and fitness. The camp will also focus on the realities that we face in the world such as bullying, interaction with law enforcement, individual life skills abilities. With the right type of foundation being provided our youth will have insurmountable success and the desire to pursue secondary and post secondary education. The summer camp will assist parents by providing support and resources parents can utilize to keep an idle mind occupied.

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Fall Teen Adventure Weekend - West Branch, MI
Canoe trip on the Au Sable River with overnight lodging at YMCA Camp Timbers. Co-ed, ages 13-17. Join YMCA Camp Timbers staff for a TEEN ADVENTURE WEEKEND canoeing the Au Sable River! The weekend begins with a Friday night stay at Camp Timbers before launching on the Au Sable River Saturday morning. After spending Saturday canoeing the river, participants return to Camp Timbers in the evening to enjoy S’mores around a campfire. The weekend ends with debriefing, unpacking, and a sampling of adventure activities at camp on Sunday. Cost is $75 for Y members and $90 for non-members and includes: meals, lodging, use of canoeing gear, transportation between Camp Timbers and the Au Sable River, and programming. Contact Brian or Brooke at the Saginaw Y at 989-753-7721 or message YMCA Camp Timbers on Facebook with questions.

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Mens Basketball Youth Camp #1-16/17 - Junior Wildcats - Chico State University - Acker Gym
The Junior Wildcat promotes skill development for ages 8-13. The emphasis of the camp is to teach the fundamentals of basketball through drills and game play. Specific skills that will be taught are shooting, dribbling, passing, rebounding, and defense. All of the skills and fundamentals taught will be sharpened through drills and put into game play. The coaches and players of Chico State Basketball will be teaching and emphasizing the same skills that are taught at every Chico State practice. All Chico State Basketball Camps provide challenging and exciting basketball instruction to develop the skills of youth basketball players in our community. We focus on teaching the fundamentals of the game in a fun and exciting atmosphere. Campers will also learn the importance of work ethic, healthy lifestyle, teamwork, and having fun. 5308986470.0

Once Upon a Time July 11-15 - Summit School
"Once Upon A Time..." A camp to promote literacy and encourage imagination Rising 1 and 2 July 11-15 Kim Fansler In this camp reading, phonics, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, art, cooking and drama will all be taught using various versions of classic fairy tales. We will give the children the opportunity to build the houses the three little pigs built. They will make the gingerbread houses that Hansel and Gretel found in the woods. They will plant the magic beans that Jack used to grow the magical beanstalk. They will dress up as characters and act out favorite scenes. They will get to paint and decorate enchanted castles. (336) 722-2777

Tennis - Conlan Recreation Center
This camp focuses on essential tennis techniques, including grip, footwork, forehands, backhands, lobs, volleys, the serve, return of serve and approaches for singles play. 415-482-3543

Wet N Wild Journey - Pine Springs Camp
Wet-N-Wild Journey offers campers the choice to spend more time in the water. While all camps have pool time and a pool party, Wet-N-Wild campers spend more time playing pool games and participating in on- and off-site water related activities. 814-629-9834

Summer Camp @ La Pintoresca Group C (11-12) - City of Pasadena
This is a 6 week camp that will run from June 27-August 5 from 8-6 pm. (Excluding 4th of July) This traditional camp is high-quality, fun and affordable. Activities include arts and crafts, physical fitness games and challenges, dance, visits to the onsite library at La Pintoresca Park and swimming. Campers play basketball, soccer, volleyball and softball. Instruction is also offered in golf and tennis. Campers are escorted to Robinson Park Recreation Centers swimming pool for recreational swim two times per week. Staff go into the water with the campers and certified lifeguards are always present. Fun field trips are often the highlight of the week. Trips are an additional charge and are scheduled for once a week. This camp is a good fit for active campers who like sports and group activities. The ratio of staff to campers is 1 to 10. Campers are grouped by age, and lunch and a snack are provided. Camp culminates in the annual War Games in which Washington Park Camp and La Pintoresca Park Camps compete in a series of challenges to determine an annual camp champion. Campers are asked to wear sturdy, closed-toe athletic shoes, sunscreen and hats. On swimming days, campers...

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