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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Parrie Haynes - Parrie Haynes Ranch
Parrie Haynes Ranch Your child will get to enjoy fishing, a nature walk, archery, arts and crafts, horse care, field games, and lunch out at Parrie Haynes Ranch. This trip is for students 8 years old and above. We will be departing BCYC no later than 9:00 am. Please have our child dropped off by 8:30 am in a red shirt and tennis shoes or hiking boots. Please no sandals or flip flops. Make sure they are wearing socks as well. Lunch will be included in this trip. It would be a good idea to send them with a small, light weight back pack/ bag with a water bottle and sunscreen to re-apply throughout the day. We will be arriving back at BCYC around 5pm. *ALL STUDENTS MUST BE ENROLLED IN SPRING BREAK 2016.* 2549395759 x0
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Camp Sandcastle
 
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34.36 Miles
Address:
500 N Shoreline Blvd Ste 610N, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401
A day camp for children with diabetes. Children enjoy the fun of camp & camp activities while learning diabetes management. Skills provide a lifetime...
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses, Computer, Counselor Training (CIT),...
Camp Aranzazu Inc
 
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62.53 Miles
Address:
5420 FM 1781, Rockport, Texas 78382
Camp Aranzazu is dedicated to enriching the lives of children & adults with chronic illness & disabilities by providing camp, environment & retreat experiences....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Hiking, Kayaking, Music, Nature/Environmental...
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Kingsville, TX Summer Camps

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Youth Camp- Fuge - Mobile, AL
Combo Camp- This year you can choose between centrifuge or missionfuge. There will be sign up sheets soon. Talk to your parents and think about which program you want to participate in. June 27th-July 2nd. $320 per student. $50 non-refundable deposit due January 20th.

Relentless Youth Conference Camp Experience - Sophia, NC
2016 AWA Relentless Youth is inviting YOU to a two day, one night stay at Victory Mountain Camp in Sophia, North Carolina. The event is for any young person ages 13- 34. There will be fellowship, conferences, food, games, worship and preaching. This event is for any young person seeking for a closer relationship with God and finding who they truly are. Registration is due by July 1, 2016. So register now! And make sure to tell all your friends!! See you guys there!!! Registration Includes: Housing Food for both days. Access to camp grounds Swimming Pool Game Room Kayaking Lake Access Access to Youth Events Concert Conferences Ice cream social Bondfire Lake event Thursday & Friday evening Services **Deadline for registration is July 1st , 2016** Please fill out the submission form before registration to insure proper registration. **Three registration options are available $25 registration (Non-refundable) to reserve your seat $110 full price registration (Includes all access) $85 balance payoff to pay off balance. Due by July 1st 2016 http://www.relentless-youth.org/charitable-donations.html

Fathers & kid self defense boot camp + lunch - Lakewood, CO
Join us for our annual Father's Day and kids workout and lunch will be featuring some basic self-defense taekwondo kicks and some fun family style. Looking for a few mom volunteers to help organize the lunch see Senior Master Black. VPs will be required so that we can properly plan the food and the activities. Grandpas and uncles are invited too! We want to honor our families

Winter Teen Weekend - "Snow Baldwin" - Marlborough, CT
Teens who will be counseling this summer or who are interested in a good time are invited to our annual February Teen Weekend, for 2016 it's "Snow Baldwin". The cost is $45.00 and includes everything (food/lodging/activites & fun). Get ready for great food, great activities, and quality time with some of the people you haven't seen since the Summer of 2015! Keep an eye out for the letter coming in the mail with more information and how to RSVP.

Boost- Teen Renewal Retreat 2015 - Sacramento, NM
6-12th Grade When? We will leave from Westside parking lot at 4:00pm and return around 2:30pm on Sunday. How much? $40 plus one meal on the road. Westside teens- bring a friend and your friend can come free. I don't have enough money! We will have a work day in the morning of Oct 16th for those that need helping affording to go. What will we do? stay in cabins, campfire, volleyball, massive group games, and hear from guest speaker Cliff Mcgraw about simply following Jesus. Who else will be there? Teens from youth groups in Las Cruces, Alamagorda, Albuquerque, El Paso and more!! Don't miss out!!

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June 27-July 1 Junior Golf Academy - University of Maryland Golf Course
Each cam4 is designed to support our mission of growing junior golf within the Middle Atlantic Section of the PGA by incorporating the concepts of the PGA Sports Academy. Through a variety of stations, drills, and activities, junior golfers will experience and learn the proper ideas and techniques of golf. All golf academies are limited to the first 20 juniors between the ages of 6-17. 301-314-4653

Skate Art Camp (PM) - Community Activities Building
Grades 3-8 Afternoon 1-4pm (Skate Art Lessons) Students will refurbish used skateboards (prepare surface for painting) and paint (spray paint and acrylic) artwork inspired by skate art. All painting supplies and used skate deck included. Lunch break 12-1pm (Sign up for Bridge Care or stay for a Full Day!) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Brand new deck may be optionally purchased the 1st day of class for additional $20. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Youth (Age 5-17) LOCATION CAB Rm #3 at Community Activities Building INSTRUCTOR Society Skateshop ,

What Do Animals Have to Teach Us? - Old Trail School
Discover bio-mimicry with The Akron Zoo! Campers will learn, through animal investigations, all about where science and engineering meet. Every day new animals will come to visit the campers and teach them how those animals have adapted to survive on our planet.Instructors: Akron Zoo Staff 3306661118 x469

Youth Sand Volleyball Camp - 5-8 - 2540 North Lexington Avenue
Ready for the summer Olympics? Join us for sand, sun, & volleyball fun. Players will learn what it takes to play sand volleyball, from skill development to small group games. Staff focus on helping youth learn the rules of volleyball while working on team play and sportsmanship. Individual skills taught: spiking, serving, setting and hitting. Children grouped by aged and skill level. Staff to camper ration 10-1. Bring knee pads, sunscreen, a snack and a water bottle. LOCATION Central Park Sand Volleyball Courts at 2540 North Lexington Avenue

2nd Grade Camp Highland Lakes - Highland Lakes Camp
Highland Lakes 2nd Grade Camp June 20-23 Drop off child on Monday June 20 at 5:30 pm Tuesday, Wednesday at 6pm Thursday- Family night, feel free to stay at camp with us and your child from 6-9 Be on the lookout for more info concerning this event as it draws near. If you have any questions concerning this event, call Hazelwood Christian Church at: 317.539.6157 or Kedge Benge at 317.370.9813 317-539-6157

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