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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 2016 Michigan Youth Day Camp - Crisler Center
Campers will be introduced and taught the basic skills of passing, shooting, cutting, dribbling and defense. Instruction will be done with drills, relays, lead-up games and contests. We will use 8-foot and 10-foot baskets to allow campers to experience success. Campers will have fun and enjoy learning the basic fundamentals of basketball. Check-in will begin Monday, July 18, at Crisler Center at 8:30 am. Camp activities will begin right after check-in and camp will be dismissed at 4 pm each afternoon (full-day). Those campers that are staying for the half-day option will be dismissed at 12 pm. Camp will begin each morning at 9 am. Lunch will be provided each day at approximately 12 pm, following the dismissal of the half-day campers. 7345466705.0
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Sumer Adventure
 
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Distance
38.84 Miles
Address:
7095 W. 399th St., La Cygne, Kansas 66040
The Summer Adventure Program is a 5 day residential camp program for boys and girls ages 8 - 15. Wildwood provides opportunities...
Activities: Low and High Ropes Course, canoeing, swimming, cook-outs, crafts, nature...
Women of Wildwood (WOW)
 
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Distance
38.88 Miles
Address:
7095 W. 399th St., La Cygne, Kansas 66040
WOW is a 5-day residential camp program for girls 10 - 15 that provides an opportuniity for outdoor fun, learning and adventure, with an...
Activities: Low & High Ropes Course, swimming, canoeing, fishing, cook-outs, day...
Wildwood Find YourSelf Leadership Camp
 
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Distance
38.89 Miles
Address:
7095 W. 399th St., La Cygne, Kansas 66040
The 5-day Leadership Camp providess young adults an opportunity to develop their leadership skills in a residential camp setting.
Activities: Low & High Ropes Course, canoe trips, swimming, fishing, canoeing,...
Wildwood Outdoor Education Center
 
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Distance
38.95 Miles
Address:
7095 W 399th St, Lacygne, Kansas 66040
A Wildwood experience provides high quality experiential education, adventure education & outdoor education to diverse groups in the Kansas City region, immersing children in...
Activities: Academics, Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
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Fort Scott, KS Summer Camps

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Crivitz Youth Group Retreat - Athelstane, WI
Crivitz Youth Group is hosting a youth group retreat so join us and invite your friends! It'll be awesome! Saturday morning 11am arrival and Sunday morning 11am departure. $40 includes 3 meals, campfire and cabin! Bring a sleeping bag, snacks, Bible and friends!!

Word of Life Camp with The Crash! - Hudson, FL
Our goal is to take AT LEAST 100 students this year! Camp cost is $350 if you give your $75 non refundable deposit on or before April 1. After that date the price goes up to $380. We HIGHLY recommend you participate in our Fundraiser Gala Event on February 14, 2016 in order to help offset camp costs. You may also apply for scholarsips at: wolflorida.org

Back to School Youth Camp - Dry Creek, LA
A great way to end the summer and head back to the mission field of teens waiting to be impacted for Christ. Students will worship, learn, and play as they encounter God during a great week of camp. This camp is available to boys and girls, 7th through 12th grade. Speaker: Brent Gambrell Worship: Abbie George and the BTS Band Cost: $198 ($213 for campers without a counselor) ONLINE REGISTRATION!!! Visit the Summer Camps Page at http://drycreek.net/summer-camp/ and click on Create a Ne Account or Log-in to Existing Account. To make your registration process easier, please feel free to view the detailed instructions that apply to you. Call (337) 328-7531 or email us at [email protected] for any information or problems. **Paper registration is available by download from the Forms Page at www.drycreek.net. No phone, email, or faxed paper registrations will be accepted! Please mail your Registration Form with a $50 deposit per camper to: Dry Creek Baptist Camp ~ P.O. Box 580 ~ Dry Creek, LA 70637

Teen Week Grades 7-12 - Carthage, AR


FPYC FundFest - Woodbury, MN
Come one and all to the fall FUND fest. This is a fabulous opportunity to support Flaming Pine Youth Camp. Many of the funds used to run camp are raised at this event. So, Invite your friends, bring your wallet, and come for an evening of fun activities to support FPYC. Activities you'll see this year include: Purchase a wristband for unlimited bounces in the bounce house. Purchase tickets for: Professional face painting Kids crafts Dessert Bar/Bake sale Concession Stand Carnival Games Don't forget the silent and live auction!

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Summer Camp - Half Day Morning - Week 7 - Mockingbird Baby
Morning: Robotic Golf Open Things on the golf course just arent the same since Lego Robotics have taken over! The holes having moving machines/obstacles and the par just keeps raising. Students will use their imagination and creativity to design and modify unique golf holes on most days. When students are not golfing, they are fighting for the most golf balls with Crabs in the sand trap and having a Golf Cart show down (maneuverability race and battle). Not only do you create your own golf course anew with different obstacles, but teams build and modify a Lego club too. On the last day, the 18th Hole, build a Hole-in-One Catapult! Go for a Hole-in-One! Go for the Robotic Golf Open! Note: Even though between some weekly sessions there might appear the same program names, in our actual education program, we will have different depth of technology and engineering principles to be applied by our children under our inspirational guidance... Your kids will never feel bored and never repeat the same experiment or exploration... 7135985250.0

#7 B Beginning-Intermediate Red-Orange - Turlock Fitness & Racquet Club
Red and Orange players are beginning to intermediate players with limited tennis experience. We use age appropriate rackets and balls best suited for learning. children play on appropriate sized courts (36 or 60) with appropriate sized rackets (17"-25") 209-604-2455

Teen Freethought Workshop 2016 - Minneapolis Central Library
During Camp Quest Minnesotas Teen Freethought Workshop, participants ages 13 to 18 will engage in Socrates Cafe, open discussion, community building, and ethics activities with topics chosen by the participants themselves. A light snack or fresh fruit will be provided. 651-300-2267

Sorcerer & Fairy School - Ohlook Performing Arts Center
Theater is magic so when we join the magic of theater with the magic of fairies and sorcerers there is no telling where your imagination can take you! Costumes, crafts and stories are used to help our campers create Grapevines first inaugural class of Sorcerers and Fairies. Campers will create an epic adventure and performance to show us mere mortals on the final day of camp. 817-421-2825

Lost in Montana - Bozeman Fish Technology Center
Could you survive being lost in the wild? MOSS introduces you to backcountry travel and survival science that could save your life! Trip planning, backcountry basics, raging whitewater and towering rock walls - well show you the ropes. Thursdays overnight will allow you to put your skills to the test. Price includes Thursdays overnight, climbing, and whitewater rafting! 406-582-0526

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