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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Cowboy Team Camp - Wyoming Campus
The Cowboy Team Camp is designed for the high school wrestler and the serious wrestler preparing for High School (7th Grade and up). Your team will get top notch daily instruction from our nationally renowned staff. You will have the chance to work one on one with our clinicians to remedy problem areas your team may be facing. Coaches will have direct input to areas that will be addressed in the morning technique sessions. Two sessions of dual meet competition will help promote team unity and get your wrestlers valuable match experience. *Note-we prefer younger team campers to have adequate wrestling experience. 3077665382.0

Latest Review for YMCA Camp Kern

My daughter learned leadership skills at this camp!
This week long camp is home to children ages 5 to 16. My daughter spends 2 weeks of every summer at this camp. Counselors from all over the globe come to teach campers swimming, archery, exploring nature, digital photography, rock climbing, hiking, canoeing, survivor skills, leadership skills and horseback riding. Campers also get to learn about other cultures and about diversity.... Read More...


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Kid's Camp: Paper Mermaids - Rochester Hills, MI
Paper Source KIDS CAMP WORKSHOPS Est. 1983 *Classes are for ages 8 and up. *Please note length & time for each class. *Crafting can be messy! Please wear clothes that can get dirty. *Any of the kid's camp classes can also be scheduled as a private event for 5 or more. *Sign up for two workshops and get 10% off both seats!

Returning to Teen Camp - undefined, CA
In the summer of 2014, I did something I never really thought I was called to do: work with TEENS. Being 21 at the time, I still considered myself one. Me? Being paired up with a 14-year old girl? Confronting normal teen issues paired with the difficulty that comes hand in hand while being in the foster system? Definitely a challenge. Not just zip-ling fun and games. (Also, I came home with crutches that year. FROM TRIPPING IN THE CAFETERIA. Hangry?) However, seeing how camp is something these kids/teens look forward to every year and how a weekend in the woods reminds them they are loved and adored is invaluable. Being with older and wiser counselors also inspired me because seeing the way they love unconditionally inspires me to not be selfish with my time and personal ambitions. These kids, this camp. It means something. A safe place with the ability to change lives long term. I'm proud to say that I'm returning to Teen Camp this year and it would be amazing to share the stories from last time with you (when I get a blog post up.) Until then, please prayerfully consider helping me get there. $500 dollars total sends me...

Campus Life Gives Back: Cadyn's Hope - Mason City, IA
Inflatables, extreme slip'n'slide kickball, music, and pizza. ! Campus Life is excited to kick the year off by giving back!! We're hosting a one of a kind, crazy, never done before benefit for Cadyn Hanson (high school students only). Cadyn is going to be a Sophomore at MCHS. When Cadyn was three he was diagnosed with brain cancer. Unfortunately the cancer has returned. While most of us are taking tests, Cadyn will be fighting for his life- lets show him that he's not fighting alone. Come, bring your love and cash if you have it and help us make it rain for Cadyn. We'll be raffeling off a limo ride, a Reel Skateboard from Subsect Skateshop, a gift card to Cinema West, and more!! You can also pay for your friend to play the grossest club games around! And you won't want to miss the epic rap battle!! Its going to be an unforgettable night! Be sure to stick around for the free pizza and bonfire!!

Kid's Crossfit and Body Balance -- Camp for kids 7-14! - San Clemente,
4 consectutive Fridays from 5:30-7:00 October 16th-November 6th Cost - $130.00. Offering a sibling discount. Bring your kiddos, and go for a parent's night out! This course has been developed by coaches and parents who are also parents. We care about your kids! Your Kids will: ● Realize core to extremity movement ● Learn proper nutrition to fuel the body ● Increase endurance ● Learn skills they can use for life,including athletic training skills ● Connect with their bodies through FUN! Plus learn a ton of cool things about their body, including experiential anatomy, and injury prevention techniques Each day includes skill practice, a workout using that skill, body rolling, games, and more!

Teen Photo Camp - Seattle, WA
Teens Camp (ages 13-18) If your teen is looking for a fun way to spend their summer, this is it! Students wil learn beginner photography with Mirroless cameras that wil be provided to them. Creative techniques will also be introduced to help enhance their skills and imaginations! Students are required to bring their own SD card to each class. Class Schedule: 10-10:30- In class demo 10:30-11- walk to location 11-12:30- shooting on location 12:30-1- lunch 1- 1:30- walk back to classroom 1:30- 2- Printing best shots of the day Monday: Students will be introduced to their cameras and photography basics. After the presentation we will walk to the Space needle to work on composition assignments. Back in class students will print their 3 best shots of the day. Tuesday: Today we will be going over aperture priority and depth of field. Class will head over to Lake Union. On the way back to class we will introduce bokeh and students will have the chance to try changing the shape of their bokeh in South Lake Union. Back in class students will print their 3 best shots of the day. Wednesday: Our first introduction to shutter speeds will include an in class demo for stopping action. Students will have a chance to practice this...

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A Little Mermaid Review Session E - The Pearl Theater
Join us under the sea for a fun adventure exploring the story & songs of Arial and her friends. Deposits are NON REFUNDABLE. Discounts may not be combined. Camp will end with a ticketed performance on July 22th 12 PM. Campers should plan to bring a snack & water bottle. If attending the morning & afternoon camp, they should bring a lunch to eat between the camps and a snack for the afternoon camp. 7133402540.0

Geometers Sketchpad - The Evergreen School
Students construct their own reality! The Geometers Sketchpad computer software provides opportunity to explore the world of Geometry through dynamic constructions. Children literally build their own mathematical system using simple tools… right on the computer. It takes the compass and straightedge, used years ago, to a whole new level! No previous math experience required—if your child can use a mouse, then he/she can use Geometers Sketchpad. By the end of the week, students will know how to make their own custom tools, create cool animations, and boost their math skills as well! This is a fun class combing technology and math. 206-957-1533

Spring Break Day Camp-J.P. Moseley Rec RDC034 - J.P. Moseley Recreation Center
An exciting week full of organized games, free play, arts and crafts and a field trip. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Field Trips will be announced later. Participants will need to bring a sack lunch and snack each day. LOCATION J.P. Moseley Gym A at J.P. Moseley Recreation Center J.P. Moseley Arts & Craft Room at J.P. Moseley Recreation Center J.P. Moseley Community Room at J.P. Moseley Recreation Center

Forest Overnight Camp - Camp Waubanong
Join us for a week of thriving and surviving at Forest Camp. Become the eyes and ears of the forest as you learn confidence through the skills of the scout. Discover how to blend into the landscape through the arts of camouflage, navigation without compass or map, and stealthy movement. Together with your fellow adventurers you will build fire from friction, craft and use natural tools, identify and harvest edible plants, cook over open fires, sleep in a rain-proof shelter you build yourself, and more! In addition, Forest Campers can swim, play capture the flag, pick wild raspberries, play music, tend the camp garden, or build wilderness shelters during free time. Forest camp inspires youths natural discovery, cooperation, responsibility, and independence. Campers spend their week in traditional Adirondack Shelters with up to eight other campers. Our girls and boys cabins are located on separate ends of campus. The week for traditional overnight campers begins with drop-off at 2:00PM on Sunday, and lasts through pick-up at 5:00PM on the following Friday. (802) 490-5550

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