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Summer Camps in Lumpkin, GA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Quranic Arabic/All Subjects Tutoring- Tuesdays - Pillars Academy
4th-12th GradeTuesdays 3:30pm-5:30pm - Quranic Arabic/Linguistics with Assil Al Sharifi - General Tutoring 949-951-0442
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NIKE Softball Camps at Columbus State University
 
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Directing the camp once again is Brad Huskisson. Brad begins his third full year as the head coach of the Lady Cougars Softball team...
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Lumpkin, GA Summer Camps

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Outdoor Youth Day - West Palm Beach, FL
(FSCA) Florida Sportsmen's Conservation Association 16th Annual Outdoor Youth Day Our Annual event is scheduled for February 6,2016 at the Everglades Youth Camp in J W Corbett WMA. We are expecting over 1,500 children of all ages to come and enjoy various activities. In an effort to reduce the increasing decline of our children's interest in the outdoors, FSCA has created an Outdoor Youth Day. Outdoor Youth Day is a Program specifically designed to educate children to many different recreational activities available in our natural areas but munch more importantly have some fun outdoors. This is the 16th Annual Outdoor Youth Day event and It’s FSCA biggest day of the year. Youth Day has buggy rides, canoeing, pony rides, airboat rides and displayed, archery, gun range instruction, fishing and wildlife shows to reach kids of all ages and show them the benefits of being outdoors instead of in front of a TV. Last years annual event had over 1,200 participants that came and over 150 volunteers that worked the whole day. Please call Caroll at 561 795-1375 for more information.

Teen Leadership Summit - Seattle, WA
Join Camp Fire for a daylong conference just for teens to build leadership skills that will prepare you for the school year ahead. Workshop sessions may include topics such as communication, goal setting, mindset management, teamwork, leadership style and the impact of service learning. This event is a great way to learn about Camp Fire programs like Teens in Action or the Spring Break Road Trips and kick-off the year ahead! Camp Fire will also present information about how to begin earning your Wohelo Award, the highest achievement in Camp Fire. Find your youth voice and learn to put it into action! Prior experience in Camp Fire, Camp Sealth, or program membership is not required. Lunch and all workshop materials will be provided by Camp Fire and is included in your registration fee. Please let us know about any allergies or special diets – we can accommodate most dietary restrictions.

PB Parenting's Summer Camp Expo - West Palm Beach, FL
PB Parenting - Palm Beach County's Parenting Resource's Summer Camp Expo will be held at Palm Beach Outlets. Local Camp Information for Mom and Dad. Fun Entertainment and Activities for the Kids! Don't miss the Fire Truck from Fantastic Fire Department-South Florida, Arts and Crafts with Kids Need More Art, Play Soccer with THE OFFICIAL i9 SPORTS Character Meet & Greet with Party Entertainment, Face Painting by Purple People Painters and More! Raffle Prizes including Disney On Ice Tickets and Dinosaur Train Tickets. RSVP to stay up to date on the latest!

Teen Weekend October - Pomfret Center, CT
For kids 13-18 $50 each 5:30 Friday till 9am Sunday

Eastern Shore KidCam Camps Information Session - Fairhope, AL
Join us at Rita's of Fairhope to learn more about our exciting summer at KidCam...including transportation from the Eastern Shore! Kids receive a free italian ice!!!!!

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KOS Intermediate 1 Production - CENTER for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck
Kids on Stage Intermediate Production group One- week production camp for children ages 7-10. Campers hone stagecraft skills as they prepare for a production of "A Frozen Tale," performed on Friday afternoon. Class size limited. Tuition balance is due two weeks prior to camp. **Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made at least one week prior to the first day of camp to receive a refund. Deposits are not refundable. 845-876-3088 x13

Minions Camp - AAPS
Minion Camp - NEW! Do you want banana? Do you see yourself getting rounder? Shorter? Yellower? Well maybe youre ready for a grand adventure at Minion Camp! Join fellow minions in a quest to build a secret lair and create your own minion language. Campers will compete against other groups of Minions in various cooperative games that will challenge your pop culture IQ and ingenuity in the first ever Super Villain Olympics. Grab your gadgets and get ready for a summer experience thats so hot youll be screaming BEE-DOE, BEE-DOE, BEE-DOE!!!! Campers will be divided by grade into developmentally appropriate groups. Enroll now ! Early Bird discounted fee of $229 ends April 18th at 5pm. Monday - Friday. Camp fees include any field trips. Director: Eileen Bigham. Extended care is available, please enroll with ID#2401.410. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $AVE! Enroll one camper in 4 or more full day camps in one transaction and receive 10% off each camp. For online registration, discount is applied at check out. GRADES Kindergarten - 8th Grade PREREQUISITES 2014-2015 Hooked on Fun Camp Registration INSTRUCTOR Eileen Bigham

Skippity-Do-Dah - Old Trail School
Young campers will be exposed to wonderful childrens literature selections, explore a variety of art materials, create crafts, enjoy sand and water play, sing songs, play games and participate in a balance of indoor and outdoor activities. Campers must be able to manage toileting & dressing needs independently; and have not yet attended kindergarten. Daily nutritious snacks are provided. All campers should wear their swimsuit under their shorts for times of water play and bring a towel for drying off after fun in the sprinkler. Skippity-Do-Dah campers will delight in weekly themes: Week 1 – Blast Off to Outer Space! Week 2 - If You Give A Camper A Cookie (Laura Numeroff) Week 3- Fun With Food Week 4- Under the Sea Week 7- Friendly Monsters Instructors: Tiffany Morikis, BS, MEd, Erin McNamara, BS, MEd, Old Trail School, and Nicole Wallace, BS, Early Childhood Program teachers 3306661118 x469

Teens Day Out: Spring Break Camp - Ellicott Mills Middle
School is closed! Have fun and make new friends in this program created just for middle school students. Our engaged and energetic staff create an environment where everyone is welcome. The morning includes one of several activities to appeal to all teens such as cooking, science projects, team sports, recess games and more! After lunch, travel offsite for a fieldtrip. Trips to Roger Carter Community Center include swimming, gym time, Xbox challenge tournaments and more! You have lots of time to be active, but also time to relax. Bring a non-perishable lunch/drink. Specific information about daily activities are sent one week in advanced. Registration closes a week before the program starts. Registration: 410-313-7275. Info: Jennene Blakely, 410-313-1693 or -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Specific information about daily activities are sent one week in advanced. Registration closes a week before the program starts. AGE GROUP/CAMP Teen GRADES 6th - 8th LOCATION Ellicott Mills MS at Ellicott Mills Middle

1st Session - Yoga For Kids - YSCP
Marlena Vendemia - Bio Marlena Vendemia worked in the corporate fitness setting before earning her M.S. in Exercise Physiology from The Pennsylvania State University. She currently holds a position as a Penn State fitness instructor working with pregnant women as part of the Healthy Moms Research Study. Most recently, Marlena earned her 200-hour registered yoga teacher certification. She found her yoga practice as a stay at home mother to her two small children. Marlena was drawn to pursue this certification due to the benefits she found through her own yoga practice. Her yoga practice has allowed her to find space, connection and possibility through the physical experience, things she hopes to help other students find as well. Her goal is to bring classes filled with truth, authenticity, love and fun to the State College community. In addition to teaching yoga at The PYP Studio, State College, Marlena also serves on the school board for Our Lady of Victory Preschool and on the advisory board for Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, University Park Campus. Class Description - Come on a yoga adventure after school! Learn yoga poses that help promote both strength and flexibility in a fun way. This learning will occur... 8142379727.0

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