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Summer Camps in Leesville, LA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Superheroes, Full Day - Loudoun Arts Center
Well examine the super traits that make a hero, create our own logos, and super poses, and have special showing of The Incredibles. Well also fly to the pool and play lots of super games. 703-444-5888
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Louisiana Lions Camp
 
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Distance
0.25 Miles
Address:
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...
Uskichitto Retreat Center
 
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Distance
47.42 Miles
Address:
PO Box 118, Leblanc, Louisiana 70651
We offer a great Christian camp experience. Community is built in a safe environment where campers are given an opportunity to grow in their...
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
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Leesville, LA Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

Auction: For Pre-Teen Camp - Whitewright, TX
Mark your calendars and invite your friends and family!!! It is going to be a fantastic night to raise money to send our pre-teens to camp. We are needing donations, so please get with Ashley Lenzi Farris, Melissa Johnson Smith, Mike Puckett, Crystal Wolff, Jacob Eady, Jill Johnson Miller, Jennifer Stuckey Wright, or Tara Phillips and we will be happy to pick up or meet you. Tickets for dinner will go on sale Wednesday night @ 7pm. God bless!

4-H Teen Voices Retreat - New Windsor, IL
Teens ages 13 to 18 are invited to join Rock Island County 4-H for an interactive leadership retreat on Saturday, August 29 at Camp Summit in New Windsor. Teens will get to participate in team-building exercises, go zip-lining and other outdoor activities as well as give their input into ideas they would like to see for youth programs in the local community. Teens will learn ways they can use their interests and skills to develop their leadership, citizenship, presentation and organization skills by becoming in involved in the various 4-H Teen programs offered in Rock Island County.

LUCKY WHITEHEADS 1st ANNUAL YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP CHARITY EVENT - Manass
SUNDAY MAY 15th at Osbourn High School football fields in Manassas 9:00-12:00 kids ages 4-15 Football agility drills,blocking,tackling techniques,running,kicking,speed and agility and much more !! $25 per child on site registration first come first served. IN CASE OF STEADY RAIN CAMP WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR A LATER DATE. RULES: * $25 per child CASH ONLY no checks or credit cards *Parents will not be allowed on the fields but may watch from outside the fence. This is to insure crowd control and make sure the children can focus on the coaches. *No Refunds *All waivers must be completed and turned in before your child is allowed to enter the practice field. PARKING available at METZ or near the OHS practice field back entrance. * No abusive language towards volunteers coaches or staff. If this becomes a problem you will be asked to leave immediately. LUCKY WHITEHEADS 1st ANNUAL YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP 2016 REGISTRATION AND WAIVER

FARMERSBURG YOUTH LEAGUE SOFTBALL CAMP - Farmersburg, IN
Farmersburg Youth League will be hosting a camp with the NCHS 2A State Champion Softball team and Baseball team. ! The camp will be located at: North Central High School Girls Camp August 8th, 2015 9:00am to Noon $10.00 per child (ages K – 8th grade) Each parent must sign a waiver when the child is dropped off!! Please arrive early enough to do so. The camp will start promptly at 9:00am!! Contact info: Jamie Phegley 812-251-6890 or on Facebook If your child played for Farmersburg or Shelburn youth league contact the coach

Rowan Cheerleading's 2nd Annual Youth Summer Camp - Glassboro, NJ
Rowan University Cheerleading is hosting our 2nd annual youth summer camp this July 16-17 from 10am-2pm each day! Come join us while improving your skills as a cheerleader all while having tons of fun! Ages 6-12, $40 for one day or $70 for both days! Register to [email protected]

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AM Junior Art & Music - Bethany Christian School Campus
Students will have tons of fun producing beautiful art creations and exploring the world of sound and music! Students will use paints, crayons, as well as the unexpected to create original masterpieces. They will also learn more about rhythm and beat, and have the chance to build their own musical instruments. 480-833-7338

Ed Lee - Story Structure for Sitcom Pilots and Specs - iO West
Television writer and iO West instructor Ed Lee will discuss how television episodes - including pilots - are structured, and how you can apply it to your writing so your television scripts can have the best possible impact on your audience. Ed Lee has written for several TV shows including Norm, "The Drew Carey Show, Class of 3000, and "Are You There, Chelsea?", and has worked in punch-up rooms for many sitcom pilots. He currently teaches television writing classes at iO West, UCLA Extension, and the AFI Conservatory. (323) 962-7560

Returning Counselor Application - Center at Cathedral Ridge
The Counselors presence at camp is an integral part of the summer camp experience for everyone. Ideally, we are looking for dynamic individuals who share a passion for camp, a love of working and who are seeking a deeper relationship with Jesus. It is important to keep in mind that this job in its simplest form is servant leadership. It is tiring, sometimes trying, and our focus as staff should not be on ourselves but on our campers. As staff of Cathedral Ridge summer camps, we are also representatives of the Episcopal Church in Colorado, and are working in a ministry that many people believe to be incredibly important in our Diocese. While the job of a camp counselor is not for the weary, it can be a very rewarding and enlightening experience. The life-knowledge and skill set you will acquire while you are here will be invaluable in your future. 303-837-1173

Volleyball: Middle School Team Skills - Main Campus
The Harding Team Skills Volleyball Camp for 6th to 8th graders builds on the skills acquired during the June Individual Skills Camp (serving, passing, setting, attacking). Fast-paced team drills and games focused on enhancing court awareness, better understanding of game flow, anticipation, readiness, transitioning between offense and defense. Middle School girls continue developing team synergy, as well as achieving an advanced level of proficiency, utilizing three hitters, serving aggressively to get more aces, and converting serve-receive into a kill. Camp serves as a good jump-start in preparing for the Harding volleyball season (August-September). Daily team recognition. Camp ends with a tournament, which is always a blast. Join us for some serious, but always fun, volleyball. Coaches include Carol Green, Harding Head Varsity Volleyball Coach, Stephen Rhein, Harding Assistant Varsity Volleyball Coach, Amanda Millikan, Harding JV/6th gr. Volleyball Coach, as well as Harding Varsity volleyball alumni. 6159487005.0

Game On - Horizon Christian Fellowship
Game On will feature a variety of tournaments covering video games, board games, playground games, and game shows. Campers will be placed in teams which will accumulate points throughout the camp. Campers will enjoy having mini tournaments at Atlantis Laser Tag, Tiki Mini Golf, Nickel City, and much more. 8584905016.0

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