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Summer Camps in Jamestown, KY

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Camp I-Can-Cook - St. Johns Episcopal School
Looking for a way to escape the heat? Hurry! Hurry! We have eggs to beat! The oven will be warm, and youll be glad. A lip smacking good time is sure to be had! Whip on in to our kitchen for Camp I-Can-Cook! We will make a full meal each day and master chefs will work on many other creative projects as well. Each camper will leave with a cookbook full of recipes and an excitement for new culinary adventures. 213.328.9131 x224

Latest Review for NeSoDak Bible Camp/Klein Ranch

This camp focuses on Christian faith and horses; two of my Daughter's favorite things
I was excited to find this camp for my 12 year old daughter. She is naturally a quiet child, but she loves horses. This camp helped her stretch outside her comfort zone as she socialized with other children who also shared her love of horses. She couldn’t stop telling us how she explored the prairie on horseback. There is also an emphasis on strengthening camper's faith. She made lifelong friends at this camp.... Read More...


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Youth and Young Adult Leadership Conference - Wilkeson, WA
Youth and Young Adult Leadership Conference Sponsored by the North American Division of SDA, the North Pacific Union and the Washington Conference, this conference is designed for pastors, church elders, local youth and young adult leaders and anyone passionate about developing next generation leaders for Jesus. Over two and half days we will bring together some of the leading experts in youth and young adult ministry to give you inspiration and practical tools to transform your ministry to this emerging generation. The conference will center on four foundational practices of ministry: Lead, Learn, Listen and Love. For those who are unable to attend the entire conference, a Sunday-only option is available. This day will focus on practical tools for the local church leader. Conference Speakers Elder Dan Jackson (Keynote Speaker): President of the North American Division Brad Lomenick: Strategic Advisor of Catalyst Conferences and Leadership Consultant Chap Clark: Professor and Chair of the Youth, Family, and Culture Department at the Fuller School of Theology Steve Case: Founder and Director of Involve Youth and Coordinator for the Youth Ministry Cohort at the SDA Theological Seminary Ben Lundquist: Youth Adult Director for the Arizona Conference Tracy Wood: Young Adult Coordinator for the North American Division Paul Graham: Senior Pastor of the...

Krazy Kids Inflatable Fun Run-Tyler, TX - Tyler, TX
The Krazy Kids Inflatable Fun Run is the first event of its kind, a new dynamic inflated obstacle run for kids ages 3 – 12 years old. We didn’t just throw together a couple slides and bounce houses – we took imagination, creativity, and of course FUN into consideration to create the KRAZIEST event your kids will ever participate in! More details at: http://krazykidsinflatablefunrun.com/tyler-tx/

Kid's Gift Camp! with Shannon Shine at MountainShine Creative - Cumber
Please Reserve ASAP if interested. Message Shannon Shine or email [email protected] Price: $40 For Children Ages 5-10 ( some exceptions may apply please contact if interested) Kids will be able to create a variety of projects geared towards the holiday season, as well as easily gift-able items for parents, guardians, or siblings. Children may be dropped off so parents can enjoy shopping downtown local business for the holidays. * Will need to sign a release form. Limited seats available.

Princess Camp, Teen and Miss Divisions Final Meeting - Littleton, NH
This Meeting will be to discuss the final details and schedule with all Princess Camp Candidates as well as to Meet with the Teens and Misses to go over questions, concerns, outstanding paperwork, requirements and CMN and tentative schedule/checklist. Princess meeting will be from 1-1:45pm and Teens and Misses will be from 1:45-3pm. EVERYONE PARTICIPATING SHOULD ATTEND UNLESS YOU ARE AWAY AT SCHOOL AND NOT HOME YET OR ARE COMING FROM MORE THAN AN HOUR AWAY AND IT'S NOT POSSIBLE. ALL NEW TEENS AND MISSES MUST ATTEND. !! It is also recommended you bring a parent with you so they are informed as well as to what is happening

NW Kids Magazine's Summer Camp Expo 2016 - Portland, OR
Don’t miss this “one-stop shop” opportunity to find the perfect Summer Camps for your kids. Meet and talk with over 30 directors from high quality, local area summer camp programs. You’ll learn all the information you need to create a fun & memorable summer for your kids! Free Admission to the expo. www.nwkidsmagazine.com

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Youth Summer Camp - Week 6 - Saul House
Hutto Parks and Recreation offers Park Kids Summer Camp for children ages 5-12 years old. Throughout the week, campers will participate in fun games and activities, as well as visit the movies and take a field trip. Campers will need to bring their own sack lunch. Snacks will be provided throughout the day. Camp will be held at the Saul House property, located on 1660 South, past Ray Elementary. AGE GROUP Youth LOCATION Saul House at Saul House

MavyPoppins March StoryStars - Stutelage Innovations
DETAILS StoryStars is designed to help children take an interest in books and literature at an early age. With our enjoyable and fun themes each week, children see how exciting reading can be! Each week will focus on age-appropriate literary skills while incorporating art, science, math and cooperative learning into the lessons. We will add to our Word Wall each week and children can continue to practice these skills at home with the provided materials. Every child can learn to love stories, and our theme, as always, is Having Fun…One Book at a Time! March 3rd, 10th, 17th, 31st 9:30am – 12:00pm Ages: 3-5 March 3rd Frances doesnt like bedtime! We will write some of her excuse words on our word wall and write our own sentences about what an excuse is. Students get to paint a bedtime Frances for their room and make a math graph counting Frances excuses. March 10th Our storytime book helps children to conquer the fear of sleeping over at their grandparents house. Students will write what makes them nervous and then we will toss those fears away with our jitterbug jar! Children will decorate their own pillow covers for a sleepover and then get... 7163627848.0

AM Robotics I - Bethany Christian School Campus
This is a great introduction to Robotics. Students learn to assemble and program Lego Mindstorms robots. Students follow the Lego building instructions to create vehicles, animals, humanoids etc. Students will explore how light, touch, sound, and ultrasonic sensors can enhance their robots. 480-833-7338

Period 4 - Math Minds - NBJH Room 226
Need to brush up, catch up or keep up on math skills? Then Math Minds is just for you!! Review math concepts and skills through individualized instruction, games, and lots of fun hands-on activities! This class will be great for students who need a little extra practice over the summer. We will focus on concepts learned throughout the school year and students will gain confidence and a greater love for math all while having fun learning! 8475043400 x2520

Cosmic Voyage - 1st/2nd Grade - DHDC
Learn how to become and astronaut and discover what it takes to explore space! Boldly go where no DHDC camper has gone before! 8063559547 x108

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