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Summer Camps in Haskell, TX

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: SCDS Volleyball Camp - SCDS
Volleyball Girls will develop their skills in passing, setting, hitting, and serving through drills and play. It is a great way for your athlete to get their hands on the ball before the Middle School tryouts Location: Demere Gym Drop Off/Pick Up: Demere Gym Campers please bring: Water bottle, snack 912-961-8859

Latest Review for Philmont Scout Ranch BSA

My son wouldn't miss attending this camp!
This Boy Scout Ranch Camp was established in 1983. My 14 year old son would not miss signing up for this summer camp. Nestled in over 200 miles of rugged country it is the perfect place to camp and explore nature. Our son liked the diverse topography of the land. He could hike, investigate swampland, swim, fish and learn safety skills for hunting.... Read More...


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EGYPT ADVENTURE - 2016 Kid's Camp - Washington, MO
Joseph's Journey from Prison to Palace • Monday 6/20 - Friday 6/24 • 5:45 PM - 8:00 PM • Children Age 3 - 5th Grade Click on the link below to Register http://www.firstwashingtonumc.org/#/children/kids-camp

Youth Camp 2015 - Corbin, KY


Teen Driving Boot Camp in East Rutherford - East Rutherford, NJ
Students in the area will get to have their first (hopefully) Oh My God moment while driving their own vehicle. The only driving education offered to teens is Driver’s Ed in high school (sitting behind a desk) and then 6 hours behind the wheel to get their permit. Six hours of foot-to-pedal contact will never be enough to prepare our new drivers. The NJ-based company, Drive Safer, LLC, takes a... More info: http://evrd.us/ZzIWL

KidRec School's Out Camp - Palos Hills, IL
Come play at KidRec during school holidays! Activities may include arts & crafts, indoor swimming, and recreational games. Available on dates below for children ages 5-13. Members $25/day | Non-Members $35/day

Kid Fit Boot Camp Age 4-7 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included) Gym membership: $15.00 for Adults $10.00 for Youth Ages 12-17

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2016 Speed of Play ( INDIVIDUAL WEEK ): Leadership through Fitness NSC - Blaine - National Sports Center
Individual Week / Add on Registration Here (2016 AKA SOP SCHEDULE BELOW) AKASPORTs Speed of Play: Leadership through Fitness Program, is led by AKA Director, Chris Schulz and the AKA professional training Staff. Participants enrolled in the AKA Speed of Play (SOP program), in partnership with the AKA All Sports Camp (ages 6-12), will offer adolescents an opportunity to be active, train and play in an All Sports setting geared to teach them leadership qualities with personal mentorship opportunities. The base of the Speed of Play program is from 9:00am-4:00pm and the doors are open for all Speed of Play participants from 7:00am-6:00pm, the same hours of the AKA All Sports Camp so you can take advantage of supervised activity time the entire day. In a nutshell: You will have the opportunity to select a minimum of 8 weeks (out of 12) for the 2016 Summer SOP program. $165/week includes Field Trip each week (Individual week rate with NO Field Trip = $120) Week 1 (June13) - OLYMPIC GAMES & OPENING CEREMONIES WEEK Week 2 (June 20) - DIAMOND SPORTS WEEK Week 3 (June 27) - SWIMMING WEEK Week 4 (July 5) - ICE SPORTS WEEK *shortened 4 day Week... 651-447-2454

Camp AM Extended Care - Session 3 - Veterans Memorial - Recreation Center
Extended Care is designed for parents who need additional care or for campers who just cant get enough camp. Campers will play games, make arts and crafts, and play at the park. Extended Care is open to children enrolled in Camp Kaleidoscope, Mini Kaleidoscope, and Adventure Camp. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Family punch pass for Extended Camp Plus! Buy a pass good for 10 drop-ins (morning or afternoon) $63 Resident, $81 Non-Residents. ACTIVITY AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Community Room at Veterans Memorial - Recreation Center INSTRUCTOR Rec. Staff

Female Junior Counselor Application - Sequoia Brigade Camp
This Application process is for YOUNG WOMEN desiring to be a Junior Counselor with Sequoia Brigade Camp. You must be a male between the ages of 15 and 18 as of the first day of camp unless an exception has been made by the Camp Director. This application is to be filled out only by those individuals who have been specifically asked to do so by Sequoia Brigade Camp staff. 5102093678.0

Week 6: Northwoods Adventure - Camp Tanadoona
An adventure trip of a lifetime. Our Northwoods Adventure Camp at Camp Bluewater is the ultimate outdoor camping experience. Campers will find the each bend of Bluewater Lake beautiful and inviting as they canoe and portage a chain of lakes within the Chippewa National Forest. Campers will gain confidence in their Outdoor Living Skills and deepen their relationship with nature. Friendships made on this trip are forever, and the memories youll make are to be treasured. Start the week at Tanadoona! Together campers will prepare meals and map out their journey with two certified Northwoods Specialists. Next, well hit the road and journey to Camp Bluewater just past Grand Rapids, MN. Adventurers spend the night at Camp Bluewaters lodge then embark in the morning on a 4-day canoe and camping trip through a chain of lakes. 612-235-7284

1st-4th grade: American Doll and Etiquette Camp - Saint Marys School
Etiquette and good manners is all about kindness, consideration and truthfulness. This camp will celebrate young girls and all that they can be. We will try to speak to their imagination and teach them the importance of friends and family. We will use Role Play and other fun activities to entertain, educate and inspire them. The Etiquette section will include: Memory Work; a written invitation; making proper introductions; using proper telephone etiquette. We will learn to make an appointment, make purchases and just ask questions. We will set a proper table, drink hot tea from a teacup and eat hot soup with a spoon. Finally, we will help set up a proper Tea Table for our Graduation Tea. During this week of camp we will enjoy our dolls and even choose our own Doll of the Year. As we study good character traits, we will try to spark their imagination and teach them the importance of family and friends as we name and develop our very own Doll of the Year, we will write a short book about her. Together we will tell of her character traits and her favorite activities. We will also develop a family for her and... 9194244028.0

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