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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: West Ham United International Academy Soccer Camp - Linda Beach Playfield
Give your player confidence! Get the edge with world-class soccer training through experienced coaches using the WHUIA technical syllabus and philosophy. Players will learn proper technique through correct repetition, complete speed/agility/quickness training, apply skills in small-sided games, develop confidence and have fun! With effort and passion, players develop a love for soccer that keeps them in the game! LOCATION Linda Beach Playfield at Linda Beach Playfield INSTRUCTOR Laura Schifferli Piedmont Fire Department Staff Bladium Sports Staff
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Frontier Camp
 
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Distance
8.72 Miles
Address:
131 Frontier Camp Rd, Grapeland, Texas 75844
An exciting, quality, Christian camp in beautiful East Texas where your child is more than a number.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Bicycling/Biking, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback Riding (Western), Kayaking, Riflery,...
Camp Olympia Junior Golf Academy
 
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Distance
38.23 Miles
Address:
, Trinity, Texas
PGA instruction for juniors ages 8 -16 takes place at Whispering Pines Golf Club
Activities: Religious Camps: Christian
Camp Olympia
 
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Distance
39.85 Miles
Address:
723 Olympia Dr, Trinity, Texas 10326
Camp Olympia is a Texas camping tradition. It's the BEST place for children ages 7-16 to spend their summer. Our beautiful location on Lake...
Activities: Archery , Arts and Crafts , Baseball and...
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Grapeland, TX Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

MDA 2016 Summer Camp - Cozad, NE
Applications for Campers will be online again this year, and Erin will be sending the link out via email. For any questions, or to receive the link to apply for Summer Camp, contact Tabetha at [email protected]

Kid's Summer Camp - Great Falls, MT
The Maclean Animal Adoption Center will feature Kid's Summer Camp this summer at the Center. There wil be 6 1-week courses available for children entering grades 1-6. Session 1- Animal Care and Understanding- Grades 1-3 June 27-July 1 Session 2- Animal Care and Understanding- Grades 4-6 July 11-July 15 Session 3- Animals in Our Community- Grades 1-3 July 18-July 22 Session 4- Animals in Our Community- Grades 4-6 July 25-July 29 Session 5- Animals & Art- Grades 1-3 August 1-August 5 Session 6- Animals & Art- Grades 4-6 August 8- August 12 The cost is $225/child. All classes will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 3:00 p.m. Extended care is available for $3 an hour from 8-9 a.m. and 3-5 p.m. To register, please visit our website www.macleananimaladoptioncetner.org or call us at 727-7387.

Youth Camp 2015!!! - Marianna, FL
One week of non-stop awesomeness. !! We will be attending Youth Camp at the Assembly Of God District in Marianna, FL 32448. July 6-10 if you or someone you know between the ages of 12 and 18 would be interested in going with us, please contact me at 850-768-0831 $150.00 per person + $40.00 extra spending money We would love for you go with us!!!

Teen Advisory Council Meeting & Hobo Campfire Dinner - Philadelphia, P
Teens 13-17 yrs old can join us for our first meeting of the new school year. After a short meeting we will enjoy an evening of food and friends around the campfire. Teens interested in joining us can contact PEC for more information.

Kid Connect Camp 2015 - Fort Worth, TX


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Experiments in Sculpture with Jennifer Van Elswyck (Ages 7-11) - Young People
Students will work in 3-D using paper, clay, plaster, cardboard, recyclables, and papier mache. Emphasis will be on students interests. This course includes a trip to the Yale Art Gallery. 2035624927 x14

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

Weber CFC Sunset Camp -Session 1(June 6-10) - Weber Community Family Center (CFC)
This activity may not be registered for individually because it is part of a package.Theme: ????? Sunset Weekly Price / Price for Both Sunrise and Sunset Camp Full Price: $35 / $60 Voluntary Subsidy: $31 / $56 Apply for Financial Assistance: If you choose to apply for assistance, the full cost of the program will be shown at checkout until we have received and processed your full Financial Assistance Application. To complete your registration please pay the $10 registration fee at checkout. Our YMCA offers a voluntary Tiered Pricing System to help all families be able to participate in our programs. Full Price reflects the full cost of our programs. Voluntary Subsidy is a slightly reduced rate. Financial Assistance is available, but requires an application to be eligible. To select your pricing Tier you must select the matching Customer Type in your account settings. Tiered Pricing is made available through donations and fundraising. All participants receive the same high quality services, regardless of the price they pay. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Weber Community Family Center

Girls Volleyball Evening Camp #1 - Hollinger Fieldhouse
WCU Volleyball Camps offer instruction at the beginner and advanced levels. Beginners will focus on knowledge of the game, competitive fun, and fundamental ball control. Advanced campers will cover the proper technique for basic skills, offensive playsets, defensive formations, strategy, teamwork and attitude, and setting personal and team goals. Campers will be placed on teams, depending on skill level, with specialized coaching on each level. Each camper should bring comfortable volleyball or cross train-ing sneakers, extra shirt and socks, and a container of water. WCU and its camp staff are not responsible for lost or missing items. All personal equipment should be marked with the campers name. 610-436-3555

Algebra II Prep - Knott Hall
This course prepares students for success in Algebra II by reviewing Algebra I skills and concepts. Topics include: solving, writing, and graphing linear equations, inequalities and systems, operations with polynomials including factoring, solving absolute value equations and inequalities and exponent review. 443 841 3328

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