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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 2) Orange Crushers Session 6 - Bolles San Jose Campus
Our Orange Crushers class is a great fit for both the beginner and intermediate young player. This class is designed to continue building an athletic base while teaching the fundamentals necessary to serve, rally, and score. Children also begin to learn more advanced movement, technique, and patterns of play utilizing the larger court space. Players will be able to demonstrate understanding of advanced technique and tactics. 904-256-5071
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Camp Pacer
 
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204 Tibet Ave, Savannah, Georgia 31406
Building self-esteem, self confidence, and responsibility one camper at a time. It's not just a camp, it's a production.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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Garden City, GA Summer Camps

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Kids Camp 2016 - Tampa, FL
Summer is almost here and we're so excited for Kids Camp 2016 @ Christ Fellowship, June 20-24. Each day will be filled with fun from 9am to 12pm. Kids will submerge themselves in God's word and discover that Jesus didn't just see what's on the outside of people, he also looked deep down on the inside. So grab your goggles, step into your flippers, and dive in to find the truth below the surface!

July Youth and Teen Aerial and Circus Arts Camps - Boulder, CO
Has your child or teen ever dreamed of flying — the amazing freedom, the fun, the excitement? Join professional teachers of aerials arts and acrobatics for our exciting camps! Open to kids ages 4-18, (different age groups available) campers are invited to Frequent Flyer's Aerial Dance Studio to learn skills on trapeze, aerial fabric, sling, acrobatics and so much more. Here's what a parent said about her child's experience in camp in early June: "I just wanted to let you know that she has LOVED this camp. It is such a pleasure when I sign my child up for a camp to know that the money was well spent, and that there is no whining about going to camp - she's up and out of bed, lunch packed and ready to go every morning. I am so looking forward to the show to see all that she has been working on. Every day after camp I get a play by play breakdown of all that they did that day - I don't get that with other camps! She is so bubbly about the day and excited to share what she did and learned and looks forward to the next day....

Youth Councils 2015! - Camp Lake, WI
What is Youth Councils? Youth Councils is a three day retreat specifically for Jr. High, High School and college age youth to be challenged and strengthened in their relationship with Jesus Christ. Who can attend Youth Councils? We have two tracks to set up so that we can tailor everything to the specific needs of your youth. To attend the Jr. High Track, youth must be in 6th, 7th or 8th grade by April 10, 2015. In order to be in the High School Track, youth need to be in 9th grade-age 25 by that same date. When is Youth Councils 2015? Youth Councils 2015 is being held from April 10-12, 2015 at Wonderland Camp & Conference Center. What is the theme for Youth Councils 2015? The theme is RISE ABOVE, and it’s based on Colossians 3:1 (NASB): “Therefore if you have been raised up with Christ, keep seeking the things above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God." As we walk through this life, it can be really easy to forget that our identity is hidden in Christ and not in the things of this world. So many things around us...

TEEN SUMMER CAMP - Session 3 - Marshall, VA
June 16 & 17 TEEN SUMMER CAMP - Ages 13 & UP 1:00 pm-4:00 pm. both days. Students will create pieces based on interests. Teens will work on the pottery wheel, in fused glass, canvas painting and paint your own pottery. Call Studio with questions (540) 364-2834. See further details at our website.

Teen Renovation Training - March 2016 - Cascade, ID
Would you like to do something that is super challenging, rewarding (and even fun) all at the same time? No, we're not kidding. There really is such a thing and we call it, "Teen Renovation". It's like a total workout for your heart, your brain, and your social life all at once! Does that make sense? Well, you should try explaining the taste of pizza, the thrill of a roller coaster, or walking on the moon to someone who's never tried it. So what's it all about? Teen Renovation is a 5 day training program designed to help you understand who you really are because everyone else is always trying to figure that out for you and that just messes with your head. We believe that knowing who you are and where you are going in life truly rocks. We want to help you achieve that and more. Here's what we want to do: - Assist you in realizing your potential as a leader and not just a follower, poser or wannabe. - Give you some "mad skillz" that will give you confidence and enable you to form more meaningful and lasting relationships. - Help you identify behaviors that are holding you back and...

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Little League Camp Week 2 - Sunken Diamond
The Stanford Baseball School (Part ONE), along with the Stanford Games Camp (Part TWO), are designed to be taken simultaneously by those that enjoy and have a passion for the game. Participants will first be grouped by age, ability, and prior experiences. During the morning instructional session throughout each week, participants will be coached in several baseball skills, fundamentals, and team concepts. Members of the camp will receive instruction in a variety of areas including hitting, infield play, outfield play, pitching, catching, rundowns, double plays and base running. Finally, everyday campers will hit in our hitting facility. In the Games Camp (Part TWO) players are grouped by age and ability and teams are formed. Teams play against one another in a coach pitched game where the goal is to see that ball put into play. Emphasis is placed on catching and exchanging the baseball cleanly, and knowing what to do with the baseball given the score, the outs, and where the baserunners are located. ***$40 PER CAMP DISCOUNT WHEN 2 OR MORE OF THE GAMES CAMPS/ADVANCED CAMP SESSIONS ARE PURCHASED*** 6509962060.0

Camp Apollo - Rock Terrace School
Elementary school youth within the autism spectrum. Activities for campers include coloring and painting, musical games, playground fun, swimming twice a week and local field trips. Quiet time, low lighting and sensory activities will be used as a transition from ESY to camp. Depending on skill levels, campers will be divided into two groups during some activities. To be successful, must be able to follow one/two step directions, ability to manage their behavior and be able to make simple choices. Campers must exhibit ability for self care with limited assistance with changing or prompting using bathroom. Staff ratio: 1 staff/4 participants. TRANSPORTATION : If attending ESY, contact your teens school to arrange transportation to camp. SECONDARY CATEGORY Therapeutic Recreation Programs LOCATION Rock Terrace HS - Clrm 03 at Rock Terrace School

March You Choose Tuesday ( Hodge-Podge) - Sublette BOCES
This class is completely random and kooky! Each week students will be surprised by the activity! Lots of fun in store for this class! Instructor: Sue Shenefelt 3073676873.0

2016 Summer Camp: Salem Art Camp Session 1 - G. W. Carver Elementary
This Camp is a week-long art experience with Darlene Marshall and Mike Gibson. Campers will learn about artists, art techniques, and dabble in art history. Both sessions are identical. For ages 8-11. This camp runs Monday through Friday from 10 am to noon. LOCATION G.W. Carver Art Room at G. W. Carver Elementary

August 1-5: CIRCUIT FUN - Camp Fort Greene
TECH FORT GREENE: CIRCUIT FUN Week 1: Circuit Fun Campers will be introduced to the basics of circuits and their endless possibilities. Using Little Bits, campers will explore motors, lights, sensors and switches to bring their most creative ideas to life. This week is an introduction to working with electronics in a hands-on and meaningful way. Circuit Fun bridges artistic and imaginative creativity with knowledge of electronic capability. SIGN UP FOR AFTER CARE FROM 3-6PM ON A DAILY BASIS FURTHER ALONG IN THE REGISTRATION FORM, OR REGISTER SEPARATELY FOR AFTER CAMP PRO FOR WEEK-LONG INTENSIVES! TECH FORT GREENE Ages 8-10 347-355-7157

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