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Summer Camps in Lavaca, AR

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Session 3 - Hurd Tennis Center
Camp Features Media Book () College Style Match Play 6 Hours of Instruction Per Day Apartment Style Housing 5:1 Student/Coach Ratio Written Evaluations Private Lesssons with Baylor Coaches Fun on and off Campus Activities Camp T-Shirt 254-710-4659
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Cahinnio
 
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5705 Gordon Ln, Fort Smith, Arkansas 72903
Camp Cahinnio offers girls the chance to: build character, gain leadership skills, gain a sence of belonging, have fun as they grow strong. Non...
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Counselor Training...
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Lavaca, AR Summer Camps

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CTeen Xtreme Girls Travel Camp - Denver, CO
Venture the sights and experience the thrills of 5 states in the American west!

2016 Teen Summer Camp - Session 2 - Chicago, IL
Exploring Science, Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Through the Art of Glass Blowing and Flameworking Join Ignite Glass Studios for an end of Summer experience like no other! Teens ages 13-17 will work with Ignites’ experienced instructors to learn the arts of Glass Blowing, Solid Sculpting, and Flameworking. No prior glass experience necessary. Each student will create at least 3 finished glass projects, blown and/or solid during the session. $350 per person

Youth Theatre Camp Battle Creek: The Sea Witch/ Bad Wolf Theatre Compa
Camp dates are: Monday, August 1st: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Tuesday, August 2nd: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wednesday, August 3rd: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Thursday, August 4th: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Friday, August 5th: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Monday, August 8th: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Tuesday, August 9th: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Wednesday, August 10th: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Thursday, August 11th: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Friday, August 12th: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM (Show at 7:00 PM) Saturday, August 13th: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM (Dinnershow at 6:00 PM/ Show at 8:00 PM) Sunday, August 14th: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Show at 3:00 PM/ Strike to follow/ Cast party after) Children will be required to bring a sack lunch. Auditions will be held the first day of camp, please dress in appropriate clothing. Auditions will consist of singing approx. 16 bars (or 30 seconds) of a song a capella, a short dance combination, reading from the script and possibly learning songs from the show. Parents or guardians are required to fill out additional paperwork the first day of camp. Tickets and T-Shirts will be available for pre-orders beginning Monday, August 1st. If your student will have conflicts with camp, please...

Wilderness Survivors Side of the Mountain youth camp, plus the adult W
Youth Wilderness Survivors Side of the Mountain camp description & registration Info: http://www.wolfcollege.com/youth/summer-overnight-camps/wilderness-survivors-side-of-the-mountain/ Adult Wilderness Survival Training & Trek description and registration Info: http://www.wolfcollege.com/expeditions/summer/wilderness-survival-training-and-trek/ Wilderness Survival has become synonymous with the over-dramatized survival programs on television. While some of these programs do provide valuable advice, most of them are filled with poor choices that, if followed, will get you injured or killed in a real emergency. Without proper training, separating the fact from fiction can be a difficult task. Our primary focus this week is to teach participants the practical skills that will save them in a true emergency. While a number of Traditional Skills will be introduced, our goal this week is to provide participants with a pragmatic skill set. For instance, spending five hours building a lean-to when it gets dark in 20 minutes is not a practical choice. Trying to build a bow-drill fire kit from scratch without a knife and without properly seasoned wood in the damp environment of the Pacific Northwest is rarely practical. Although those types of skills will be demonstrated, we will challenge you to perfect the basics first – like carrying a small fire steel and a couple of cotton balls...

31st Annual “Send a Kid to Camp” Golf Tournament - Woodland, WA
31st Annual “Send a Kid to Camp” Golf Tournament Thursday, July 7th, 2016 Join BB Camp at Lewis River Golf Course and help send a kid to Camp! 12:00pm - Lunch 1:00pm - Shotgun Shot Awards Ceremony and Dinner to follow PLAYER OPPORTUNITIES (Each player receives a box lunch, use of a cart, beverages, buffet dinner and tee prizes) $1,250 Team Sponsor (tax-deductible portion is $770) $250 Player / Hole Sponsor (tax-deductible portion is $130) $200 Player (tax-deductible portion is $80) More info - http://bbcamp.org/golf-tournament/ Sponsorship oppertunitues - http://bbcamp.org/golf-tournament/4974-2/

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Boys Basketball Camp Session I - WPI Campus - Sports & Rec Center
WPIs state-of-the-art athletic facilities provide the perfect setting for fun and learning this summer. Through high quality instruction on fundamentals and team concepts, you will develop a deeper understanding for the game and refine your skills. Daily activities include drills, lectures, team practice, game play, and an optional free swim. (508) 831-4900

#7 C Intermediate-Advanced (Green Yellow) - Turlock Fitness & Racquet Club
Green/Yellow players have more experience. They have the ability to serve, return, rally, and keep- score. We focus on skills and drills with team match play. Team competition is included each week. 209-604-2455

Tennis Camp Session 1 - Whetstone Community Center
Novice players will gain a better understanding of the game while learning basic skills. Intermediate and advanced players will enhance their skills and develop on-court strategies for match play. All skill levels will end the week with fun Challenger Tournaments. No flexible drop off or pick up. Camper will need to bring own lunch. For more information, please visit www.columbusrecparks.com. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Payment Information Payment by credit card is required at time of registration. You may choose to pay your camp in full or make a $10 non-refundable deposit per week. Your credit card will automatically be charged 1 week prior to each session. Refund Information In order to receive a refund, a request must be called in to 645-7000 10 business days prior to camp session and followed up with an email or explanatory letter before the refund will be processed. Refunds requested between five and 10 business days prior to camp session will receive a 50 percent refund; and requests received less than five business days prior to camp session will not receive a refund. Refunds take 6-8 weeks to process. A $15 processing fee will be assessed for...

Nature Adventure Day Camp - St. Edward State Park
Since 1995, Wilderness Awareness Schools Summer Camps for ages 4 – 18 have cultivated young peoples understanding and appreciation of nature, community and self. Through exploration, adventure, and creative play, students work together in small groups gaining knowledge of plants, mammals, tracking, birds and survival skills. Our highly trained instructors guide students into experiences that nurture their connection to the earth and build skills that will serve them for a lifetime. 425-788-1301

Little Aquanauts (Week 4 AM) - Little Aquarists - NESS
Create, catch, feed and clean! Discover what its like to work behind the scenes in an aquarium. Design your tank, collect your sediment and catch your animals. Learn the techniques for feeding, cleaning and keeping a healthy ecosystem for your favorite animals! 860-535-9362

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