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Summer Camps in Keokuk, IA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 2016 Speed of Play : Leadership through Fitness NSC - Blaine - National Sports Center
(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. 8 Week - Full Summer Speed of Play Program = $1,230 $165/week includes Field Trip each week ($1,320) 2 Field Trips are comped free of charge (-$90) (Individual week rate = $165) (Individual week rate with NO Field Trip = $120) If participants decide they do not want to attend a particular Field Trip, we will simply deduct and... 651-447-2454

Latest Review for YWCA of Lewiston, ID - Clarkston, WA

My son and daughter both liked this camp!
This day camp is for children in kindergarten through 8th grade. My 6 year old son and my 10 year old daughter have both have learned the importance of being responsible and respectful through this camp. It offers our family a safe and affordable way to engage our kids during the summer months.... Read More...


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Worldwide Youth Awareness Cancer campaign - Desert Hot Springs, CA
(One Million people in pink cancer support. ) Send your pictures in asap support the movement. Help Me Go Pink For Cancer Youth Awareness Fundraiser (Be the first to post your photo's wearing pink. Thanks! Our goal is to spread awareness and educate the youth. Help Me Reach my goal of One Million people wearing pink worldwide.

Kids Camp Car Show - Allegan, MI
Fund raising annual car show to help sponsor kids for summer church camp. Race cars, motorcycles, street rods, rat rods, all are welcome.

SoCal PK Retreat 2016 - Idyllwild, CA
SoCal PK Retreat / March 4-5, 2016 This is a retreat specifically put together for the children of UPC Pastors and Ministers in the Southern California District. We will stay in Idyllwild with great activities, food, and most importantly, ministry sessions where we will hear from God. Everything will be designed with the PK in mind. Speaker: Andrew Cox, Louisiana District Youth President Ages are 12-21. Price is only $95 (includes 1 night of lodging and all meals)

Teen Writing Matters - A Summer Writing Camp! - Grass Valley, CA
July 6-10 One Session ONLY. Monday – Friday, 1 to 4PM Class limit 20, minimum 8 Students need to bring paper and pens Minimum age: 13 $200 members, $225 non members Will we sing campfire songs? No. Will we write similes about the smell of a campfire, or lengthy descriptions of that one camp counselor who wears knee socks and a fanny pack? Perhaps. Join Kirsten Casey for five days of writing delight: creating poetry, characters, flash fiction pieces, and more. We will write everyday from 1-4 using a variety of prompts, strengthening our attention to detail, sharing our work, and eating candy. Kirsten Casey400Kirsten Casey is a local California Poet in the Schools, who has been teaching creative writing to students in the area for over ten years. She earned her Masters in Creative Writing from San Francisco State, and you can find her work in the anthology Yuba Flows, and her own book of poetry, Ex Vivo: Out of the Living Body. As a teen, Kirsten kept a daily journal, wrote poetry and a play, and enjoyed quoting song lyrics. She loves working with teens because she feels like a teen trapped inside...

LETS HELP KIDS FIGHTING CANCER HAVE A CHANCE TO GO TO CAMP..
CASINO NITE!!! This November 6th, 2015 at Dowling College MY Family Foundation will be hosting a "Casino Night Party" along with Dowling College’s Council for Exceptional Children supporting Sunrise Day Camp, which will include a fun filled evening with food, raffles and casino fun! So mark your calendars and come by or show your support by donating at the our link below. http://fnd.us/c/412nO8/sh/85A1o0 Your support is so appreciated. Thank You

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Building & Upgrading Computers - The Evergreen School
Has your child ever wondered how the inside of a computer works? Well, heres their chance to take apart computers (mainly PCs), and put them back together in ways that optimize speed, space, and/or resources. Evergreen provides the computers for the children to work on. Students will learn how to install a hard drive, add some RAM, and upgrade a processor. They will also learn tons of secrets and shortcuts that technophiles (a.k.a. computer geeks) use to quickly find out how fast any computer is…or could be! 206-957-1533

Eco Sampler Week August - EcoAdventures
Eco Sampler Camps A great way to try one day camp or week long camps of our AMAZING BEST OF THEMES! August 15th - 19th 9am-4pm Monday – Great Outdoors Tuesday – Yick, Yack, Yuck Wednesday – Marine Biology Sea Camp Thursday – Mummy Madness Friday Field trip: Sandy Point State Park – We will head to the shores of the Chesapeake for some seining, Beach exploring, hiking and games. We offer a picnic lunch for $5/campers which includes hot dog, chips, soda and watermelon. Weekly rate includes Sandy Point Field Trip and bus (410) 279-5416

Math Basics (1st-6th Grade) - Summit Schools
Struggling with basic math computation? This class is designed to help close the gap to success with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using manipulatives to strengthen concepts. This camp is appropriate for students with remedial skills. Two separate classes are offered: 1st - 3rd Grade & 4th-6th Grade *Please note: Students who are registered for a morning and afternoon camp within the same week are invited to stay for FREE supervised lunch and recess between 11:30 am-12:30 pm. Students should bring a sack lunch that does not require heating or cooling. Please note that lunch is not provided and students must be registered for both a morning and afternoon camp. 319-294-2036

Tiny Bugs and Big Birds (Wildlife Around Lake Merritt) - Junior Center of Art & Science
Draw, paint, and make prints of the incredible animals and plants that live in and around the Lake Merritt watershed. 510-839-5777

Ignite - Music Technology - WPI Campus
Through project-oriented instruction in our state of the art music lab, students will learn to compose, perform and record their music using interactive music software instead of traditional instruments. In addition to their own original pieces, students will have the opportunity to collaborate with each other. (508) 831-4900

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