Summer Camps in Leesburg, GA
MODIFIED Full Day Camp MODIFIED Full day camps provide an excellent opportunity for junior golfers to improve their technical skills as well as develop strong course management skills. Participants are placed in smaller groups based on their experience level in order to create the most favorable learning environment possible. Each day kicks off with hands-on instruction and includes drills, training exercises, and skill-development inspired games all designed to reach juniors what they need to know to have fun and feel confident on the course. Morning instruction is followed by lunch and course play with a PGA professional. 1-888-742-7529
Latest Review for Sandy Hill Camp
Diverse People and Diverse Activities
The staff at Sandy Hill Camp is great. We noticed that they had a vast ethnicity so many children were able to find counselors that looked and talked very similar to them. We went to this camp because of its great reputation. There are so many things to do for all the kids, and they’ll make so many friends. You’ll end up having to take them back summer after summer. I thought it was great that they offered some more unusual camp activities such as... Read More...
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MDA "Send a Kid to Camp" Car Show - Sumter, SC
EVENT will feature: Car Show, Car Wash, Silent Auction, 50 / 50 Raffle, Dunk Tank ... MORE Last year, ERA Wilder sent 3 Kids to Camp. This year, our goal is to send 4 Kids to Camp!
Teen Camp - Butler, PA
Youth Camp Meeting - Riverside, CA
Guest Speaker: Pastor Rahshan Wall Schedule Friday - Worship 7pm Saturday - Outreach 9am & Worship 11am & Social Event 8:30pm-11pm Outreach Details Dress: Casual What are we doing? We will be distributing Blessing bags to the less fortunate at Fairmount Park in Riverside California. What would the Blessing Bags consist of? - Hygiene Products (no mouthwash) - Water Bottle - First Aid materials (no sharp objects) - Baby wipes - Wash cloth - Chapstick - Sunscreen - Nonperishable food items Who is responsible for providing blessing bags? Each student is encouraged to bring a blessing bag with them. You can trade in your bag for a Mercy Chronicles t-shirt on Friday night or Saturday morning before we head to the Park. Transportation: There will be a bus available for transportation to the park. Spaces will be available to those who pre-register first. Please note that you will need to bring along a chaperone for every 10 minors and permission slips will be strongly enforced. Registration Coming soon
Final Kid's Camp Meeting - McKinney, TX
This is a mandatory final camp meeting for all parents of kids who will be attending Kid's Camp this year. We will meet directly following 2nd service in the Gen Kids Room. The remaining camp balance and concessions money is due at the conclusion of this meeting. Additionally, the Camp Waiver form will be provided at this meeting. We will discuss last minute details, things to pack, and answer any questions. Light snacks and drinks will be provided.
Summer 4-6 Year Old Camp #2 - Island City, OR
This camp will be 3 days long and 2 hours per day. We will be working on Walk, Trot, Posting, Leading, Haltering, Steering, Grooming, Parts of the Saddle, Bridle and Horse, and fun trivia about care of ponies/horses. Every kid learns at their own pace. I am here to teach them about horses and riding, while being safe and aware. If they are soaring, I let them soar and will continue teaching them new things. If they need to slow down and work on some smaller things, then they get to. This young age group is here to learn and have fun doing it. Limit 6 Riders. $75 Current Count for Session 2: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Felted Coffee Sleeve - Creative York
Felted Coffee Sleeve Learn how to create a felted coffee sleeve with embellishments. This class is for students with no prior experience. A supply list will be provided. Instructor: Christina Fritz Location: Creative York, 10 N Beaver St, York Saturday, March 12 • 7-9 pm • $30 • Ages 16+ 7178483200.0
Young Paleontologist 7/25 - Open Door Church
Have a digger or a rock hound in the house? Then Young Paleontologist may solve your problems. Dinosaurs may be extinct, but they are very much alive during this week of camp. Special emphasis will be placed on observation, inference, data collection and just plain fun as our young scientists learn about a variety of dinosaurs and their habitats. Rocks, minerals and fossils are studied and hands may get dirty in these hands-on activities. This is Geology 101! 919-847-7625
Marty Wilson Youth Basketball Camp - Pepperdine University
MARTY WILSON YOUTH BASKETBALL CAMP at Pepperdine University is geared towards all experience levels and is equally great for youngsters that are new to the game and those that have played most of their lives. Daily schedules includes: Drill instruction, Games, Contests and supervised Swimming. Check in: Monday June 20th 9:00-10:30am Camp Closing: Thursday, June 23rd 12:00pm-12:30pm 310-506-4161
Lego NXT Mindstorm Robotics - The Chapel School
This exciting class teaches students how to build and program LEGO Mindstroms NXT Robots. Students will use their new skills to meet such challenges as maneuvering an obstacle course, pushing water bottles out of a ring and beating their opponents at the Sumo robots competition. This class will introduce the integration of software and hardware engineering, robotics motion, artificial intelligence and concepts such as loops, if/then statements, and sensor use. 9143373202.0
Robotic Dog & Photovore - Wow Science - Voorhees
Using cybernetic principles pioneered by Norbert Wiener (1894-1964), campers will build a robotic dog that can walk, sense obstacles and navigate around them, and perform other tricks. Herbivores eat vegetables. Carnivores eat meat. A photovore seeks out the brightest light. Campers will build a robot that will turn and roll to locate and bask in the brightest light possible. When it finds the brightest light in a location, it will stop and emit a purr (or burp) to show that it is content. NOTE: THIS PROGRAM RUNS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY FOR A HALF DAY. FRIDAYS ARE FIELD TRIP DAYS AND ARE THEREFORE FULL DAYS. UNLESS THE CAMP DIRECTOR GIVES YOU AN EARLIER ARRIVAL TIME, PLAN TO DROP OFF YOUR CHILD AT 9:00 AM ON FRIDAYS. UNLESS INSTRUCTED TO PICK UP AT A LATER TIME, PLAN TO PICK YOUR CHILD UP AT 4:00 PM ON FIELD TRIP DAYS. CAMP IS CLOSED ON FIELD TRIP DAYS AS ALL TEACHING STAFF/COUNSELORS GO ON THE TRIPS. Early bird Wow Tech weekly tuition is $120 plus $30 for field trip. Field Trip: Apple Center, NJ Field Trip on Friday, July 15 @ $30 is included in the pricing. 8775412267.0