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Summer Camps in Graceville, MN

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Zoo Explorers Session - EX5 Creatures of the Night - Henry Vilas Zoo
Zoo Explorers camps are full-day, week-long programs for grades 2-3. Camps run Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm, with free before and after care offered from 8-9am & 3-5pm. Limit 16 campers per session. "Creatures of the Night": It takes something special to navigate the night! Explore the adaptations of nocturnal animals. 1-608-266-4732

Latest Review for Camp Jeanne d'Arc

Awesome Camp for Girls
I went to CJDA every summer growing up, and now my girls attend every summer. I love it because they’re learning how to interact with other girls. With all of the back-biting and bullying you hear about in schools nowadays, I believe that CJDA works to counteract that. Girls at this camp learn to love and appreciate other girls. They learn to work together, have fun together and they learn to appreciate each other. I could not have asked for a better camp experience and... Read More...


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Student Camp Leadership Academy - Ingleside, IL
The Student Camp Leadership Academy (SCLA) is a weekend retreat that brings students together with camp professionals, ACA staff and leadership to take an in-depth look at options for a profession in the camping field and build skills to prepare for a career in camping. $135 (includes program, room & board for entire weekend!) For more info, visit www.acamidstates.org

2016 Pre-Teen Summer Camp – Register March 9-11 - Scott Air Force Base
Youth, ages 9-13, are invited to register for the YP Pre-Teen Summer Camp which is held weekdays during the summer months from 6:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This camp offers half day care with extracurricular activities for youth. Field trips will be conducted once a week to places like Sky Zone, City Museum, Raging Rivers Water Parks, The Fusion, laser tag, as well as excursions to base activities. (Field trips/activities such as bowling are an additional cost.) Fee: $100/child per week, plus the cost of excursions. Youth Programs membership is required. Annual Program membership is $48/child. Camp begins at 6:30 a.m., and ends at 12:30 p.m. when open recreation at the Youth Center starts. Youth are required to bring their own meals, however the snack bar is open periodically. Limited slots are available, sign-up early! Registration will coincide with School Age Program Summer Camp registration days, March 9-11 from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more details, call Youth Programs at 256-5139.

Loving Care "Kids for Kids" Campaign 5K &1 Mile Fun Run - Ottawa, OH
Come join the fun! It's a great way to be part of teaching children the importance of helping others while getting some exercise! This year’s event will be focused on helping others. Barrett Lammers, a preschool student here at Loving Care, was born with polycystic kidney disease. He had been doing well managing with this until a few months ago when an abnormal growth was found between his liver and pancreas called a choledochal cyst. This required him to have an extensive surgery and rehabilitation this spring. His prognosis is positive, however, he will need to have continued close monitoring throughout his entire life. We are planning a 5K Run, 1 Mile Fun Run and Diaper Dash with all proceeds from this event being donated to Barrett’s family to assist with medical expenses.

District Youth Fall Retreat - Mount Morris, IL
Save the date - We will be staying at the retreat lodge (and log cabin if needed) for our fall retreat. Fellowship with other youth in the district, interesting sessions, and an opportunity to help the camp out by raking leaves at the district wide leaf raking service project (Saturday starting at 8 am). Cost $40 - no charge for Advisor. Please contact Ralph Miner if cost is an issue.

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!

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Advanced Emergency Vet-Gayton Baptist - Gayton Baptist Church
Campers take veterinary medicine to the next level! Our young Vets will learn how to give an injection to an orange, practice suturing on our suture glove, perform a fetal pig heart dissection, and will examine animal parasitic diseases. This camp also includes a rat dissection and neutering procedure. 678-294-9504

Spring Day Camp - Bryant - Bryant Park/Arlanza Community Center
Spend spring break with us! Youth ages 5 - 12 enjoy a week of craft making, indoor and outdoor games, sports, movies and other activities. Note: Snacks are provided, but participants must bring their own lunch. Space is limited. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Bryant Park - Multi Purpose Room at Bryant Park/Arlanza Community Center INSTRUCTOR City Staff

Birdie Bombers (Ages 5-9) - Whitetail Ridge Golf Club
Do your children love to: play games, run around, jump obstacles, roll down hills, make friends, and have FUN? Do you think they would love to do all that, while they learn how to GOLF?! The answer is, undeniably, YES! Birdie Bombers Program will introduce FUN golf related exercises and activities to our existing golf instruction! We will spend roughly 30 minutes on basic instruction, along side 30 minutes of FUN activities and exercises! All of our youth baseball, basketball, football, tennis, and swimming camps have been implementing FUN activities to build strength, speed, endurance, and hand eye coordination. Years of research has taught us how important Fitness and Nutrition is to the golf swing. The balance learned from walking across a balance beam relates directly to the balance required for a great golf swing. The speed and weight transfer involved with swinging a golf club can be improved by throwing a ball as far as they can. Simply rolling down a hill will teach them body control and rotation which is directly related to the golf swing. Birdie Bombers Program Overview We will also continue to teach the proper FUNdamentals, rules, and etiquette to our Juniors. We will spend... 630-882-8988

West Village Junior Explorer Camp for Mandell Families - The Mandell Pre Schools
Adventure awaits at Junior Explorer Camp - West Village! We welcome you to a half-day, drop-off summer camp for 3 to 5 year olds. Explore music, art, nature, sports, geography and food from around the globe. Build your childs confidence, independence and Pre K readiness as they discover, create and explore all summer long. Choose from the following weekly camp themes at West Village location: Week of 6/6: Japan Week of 6/13: Germany Week of 6/20: Greece Week of 6/27: Israel Week of 7/5: Netherlands Week of 7/11: England Week of 7/18: Russia Week of 7/25: India RESTRICTIONS: All campers must be potty trained. CAMP HOURS (3s): 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM - dismissal before lunch. CAMP HOURS (4s and 5s): 8:45 AM - 1:00 PM - please bring a packed lunch. Refrigeration will be provided. CLOSURE: Camp will be closed Monday, July 4. NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT: A non-refundable deposit of 50% is required upon registration in order to guarantee a spot in Junior Explorer Camp. The entire deposit will be applied to the total amount due; the balance of the tuition is due on or before June 14, 2016. PLEASE NOTE: No allowances will be made for absences, early withdrawals, or late starts. 212-222-2925 x5416

Welding & Metal Sculpture - Coyote Central
Using MIG welders, metal saws, hot and cold bending systems, and grinders, youll begin to master the basics of welding and metal fabrication. The focus this week will be toward 3d sculptures: anything from abstract to fanciful; candle sticks to garden art; figurative pieces of animals, minerals, vegetables; or anything beyond. Youll be using welding skills to develop fine-art aesthetics because youll be working with a teacher who is a metal sculptor. Instructor: James Brandalise 2063237276.0

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