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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: July Golf Camp 7-10 yrs old - Willowcreek Golf Academy
These 3 day clinics are designed for juniors ages 7-10 years old on the beginner to intermediate levels. We will focus on the basic fundamentals of putting, chipping and full swing. Lunch is included all 3 days. Kids will learn the game in a fun and creative environment. 603-362-8700 x205
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Louisiana Lions Camp
 
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292 L Beauford Dr, Leesville, Louisiana 71496
Residential summer campfor youth with special needs and diabetes.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Canoeing, Fishing, Golf, Nature/Environmental...
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Kirbyville, TX Summer Camps

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Midland Cheer Kid Camp 2016 - Fremont, NE
Midland 2016 Cheer Camp and football game performance will be on August 27th at the FIRST Midland football game. Register your child at http://www.midlandu.edu/cheer-camp Registration closes on August 20th. Hope to see you all there!

KidSalt Children's Camp 2017 - Winnsboro, SC
Students completing 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade are invite to attend this camp for 2017. I went down and previewed a day during 2016 and it looked great! Contact Pastor Joe for more info.

Teen Camp 1 - Dayton, TN
With Eric Capaci

2016 Duluth FCA Youth Sports Camp - Duluth, MN
The Duluth Youth Sports Camp is a day camp for young athletes entering grades 2-7 (Fall 2016) who want to develop their skills in several sports and build their personal character. Campers will choose two sports to train in for the duration of camp and will be divided into groups for age appropriate training. Morning Sports: Baseball (boys), Volleyball (girls), Soccer (coed) Afternoon Sports: Football (boys), Softball (girls), Basketball (coed) Note: All registrations are being taken online and must be completed by a parent or legal guardian. Payment can be made by credit card or check. http://www.minnesotafca.org/duluth-sports-camp Camp Schedule: Tuesday 8:00 - 8:30 am Check-in / Registration 8:30 - 2:30 pm Camp 2:30 - 3:00 pm Pick-up Wednesday 8:00 - 8:30 am Arrival / Check-in 8:30 - 2:30 pm Camp 2:30 - 3:00 pm Pick-up Thursday 8:00 - 8:30 am Arrival / Check-in 8:30 - 2:30 pm Camp 2:30 - 3:00 pm Closing Assembly (families invited)

Being Jewish on Campus - West Hartford, CT
Being Jewish on campus can be confusing. Many colleges offer a range of ways to enhance your Jewish experience - but college can also challenge some deeply held beliefs, especially with regard to Israel and international politics. This program brings 11th and 12th graders and their parents together with the experts in the field for a deeper conversation about what it means to be Jewish on campus. The program will feature: -Cafe Dilemma, a teens-only conversation with a professional young adult facilitator -A parent discussion with Stephanie Hausner, Director of Community Strategy for IAN - The Israel Action Network -A panel discussion by local college students Kindly RSVP to Stacy Jennings by Tuesday, November 1 to [email protected] or 860.737.6130 Event Committee: Melissa Weinstock, Chair - Staci Coelho - Robin Fierston - Caroyln Gitlin - Wendy Habelow - Charna Kaufman - Dana Keller - Robin Landau - Ellen Rosenberg - Judy Singer Presented by JTConnect and by the Jewish Community Relations Council, The Commission on Jewish Education and Leadership, and the Women's Philanthropy Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford

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Intermediate Puppetry - NEW! - CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck
Learn the ins and outs of puppeteering with hand/rod and hand/arm puppets for the stage. For intermediate students wanting to hone their skills and maybe learn some new tricks! Practice different voices (singing and non), speech techniques, movement and how to make yourself invisible while still visible on the stage. Join puppeteer Tom Bunker (The CENTERs Avenue Q, Up in Arms and a member of Puppeteers of America) in exploring the great world of Puppeteering for the stage. 845-876-3088 x13

Natural History Museum of Utah Art Camp - Natural History Museum of Utah
Join us as we take art to the Natural History Museum of Utah. We will meet on location and will set-up our drawing boards to sketch dinosaurs, gems, geology, and much more. We will use several mediums including: pencil, charcoal, pastel, watercolor, markers, and ink. This is a great time to learn new art techniques and learn about Utahs ancient history. We will provide all the supplies as well as a VAI t-shirt for all students. 801-474-3796

2016 Schaeper Goalkeeping Camp - Practice Facilty - North Bend Road
Specific topics to be covered include: • footwork to prepare for the save • positioning to make the save simple • catching to take the ball securely • punching safely when the ball cannot be held • handling crosses to eliminate the danger • diving, low ball and high ball, when you must extend to make the save • communicating to organize teammates • distribution to begin the attack 513-967-1068

Oxbow Summer Art Camp - Oxbow Summer Art Camp
Located in Napa, California, The Oxbow School offers a unique art-immersion camp program for teens. Each summer we bring together an inspiring group of artists who are passionate teachers, learners, and creators. We build a safe, open-minded community in which all participants can deeply engage in the studios and activities. Our program supports campers in discovering and developing their art practice and sense of self. We believe there is no limit to what teens can create given an environment of high-level instruction and support. No portfolios or previous art training are required—just the desire to dive in and see what happens! 7075926295.0

Football Week 3 - Knott Hall
This camp features fundamental skills to be applied on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. Campers receive expert, individual instruction through the camp with an emphasis on technique, including skills such as blocking, tackling, positions, stance and start, passing technique, receiving, and more. Campers will receive daily lunch in Loyolas dining hall, as well as time each day for swimming in Loyolas pool. The football camp is directed by Loyola High Schools Head Coach, Brant Hall. 443 841 3328

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