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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: ACADEMIC - HEALTH - Notre Dame Academy
This course is designed as an overview of basic health related topics with an emphasis on how these relate to women. Topics include: stress, nutrition, substance abuse, systems of the body, mental health, behavior and emotions, physical fitness, infections and diseases. ***STUDENTS MAY ACCRUE NO MORE THAN TWO (2) ABSENCES IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CREDIT*** ***CREDIT IS GUARANTEED FOR NDA STUDENTS ONLY. STUDENTS FROM OUTSIDE NDA SHOULD VERIFY THAT THE CREDIT WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THEIR SCHOOL(S), PRIOR TO REGISTRATION. EACH STUDENT WILL RECEIVE A GRADE AND CREDIT VERIFICATION FORM FROM THE INSTRUCTOR AT THE END OF THE COURSE.*** 419-475-9359 x1008
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44 S Rembert St, Memphis, Tennessee 38104
Resident camp is offered to members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Memphis.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Farming/Ranching/Gardening, Fishing, Hiking,...
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Luxora, AR Summer Camps

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Youth Fun-Damental Basketball Camp - Roscommon, MI
This exciting camp opportunity is for boys and girls entering the 3rd through 8th grade. With four days of fun and learning, using a variety of drills, skills, contests, and games, your athlete will have a chance to be active and leave with the necessary tools to develop their game for their future. Postive social interaction with others their age and with their basket coach will help them in more ways than just basketball skills. Camp is Monday - Thursday, August 22-25, from 10am-3pm and cost is $50. Early drop off and pick up is available for an additional $2 per hour. Maximum registration of $100 per family. (Compare to your child care costs, Example: 1 camper at $50/20 hours of instruction time = $2.50 hour.) Each camper will receive a t-shirt. Lunch will be available for purchase, or you may pack your own

Young Teen Youth Camp - Springville, AL


Kansas City Church of Christ Teen Camp Fundraiser - Olathe, KS
Inside the restaurant on the north side of Bass Pro, inside Uncle Bucks. Raising money for the teens to go to camp in June! Shopping for guest begins at 6:15pm!! Quarters down, Paddles up at 6:45pm!! Come on out and win items up to $75 for as little as 3 quarters from multiple area vendors. There will be two rounds of the auction and one round of the raffles. Vendors put up their item for bid for 1-3 quarters, you bid that many quarters per paddle you hold up, if you desire that item. If your paddle number gets called, THAT ITEM IS YOURS. Paddles are $3 each or 4 for $10. Raffle tickets are $1 each, 6 for $5 and arm span $15. Shop with a vendor and get a raffle ticket for every $5 spent. Win $50 to spend with any vendor of your choice for only $2 with our square game that runs continuously through the auction. Vendors: more will be added 1. LuLaRoe_ Lori Bledsoe 2. Papparazzi- Sarah Bledsoe 3. Dove Chocolate Discoveries- Kelly Reed 4. Jamberry- Nicole 5. Just Jewelry- Malorie Andrews 6. Kitcheneeze- Angelia Weinzirl 7. Perfectly Posh- Darla Geary Food and beverage for purchase at Uncle Bucks. Complimentary fruit and veggie tray provided.

SOS Teen Paranormal Camp - undefined, PA
This is a week long camp for kids ages 10 through 17 to learn about the field of the Paranormal. Our team "SOS Paranormal", teaches campers proper techniques and safe ways to investigate. We take the campers to many different active locations and also invited very reputable and respected people in the Paranormal field to come and pass along their knowledge. The kids who attend camp have alot of fun and gain many experiences throughout the week. Contact SOS Paranormal if you are interested in attending. We will have more information available after the holiday's. SAVE THE DATE AND SPREAD THE WORD The cost for the week long camp is $160.00. A $50.00 NON Refundable Depost will hold your spot and we offer a monthly payment plan. All balances must be paid in full by Monday, June 13, 2016. For Multi-Siblings attending camp, there is a $25.00 discount for the 2nd child. **NEW THIS YEAR- For $75.00, you can participate in the Full Day at Gettysburg ONLY!! You will Not receive a Tshirt- Equipment gift or any other special bonuses that are offered to the Youth that attend the Full Week of camp. Payment for this MUST Be Paid in Full when signing up. This is a...

3rd Annual Fireworks Fundraiser "Celebrate and Laugh" for Avengers Fre
The Avengers Mentoring Organization (501c3) presents it's 3rd Annual Charity Fireworks Fundraiser for our 5th Annual Summer Camp! Our FREE summer camp serves 300 children ages 6-13 in and around the Metro-Detroit area. This daily camp runs from July 11, 2016-August 19, 2016. Locations are: The Golightly Education Center (5536 St. Antoine) and George Crockett Academy (4851 14th St) in Detroit. During the camp, children are involved in team sports such as: volleyball, basketball, kickball, baseball and more, arts and crafts, group mentoring, outdoor recreational play and are also served by a mobile dentist. Meals are provided by Good Samaritan Food and is run by up to 25 volunteers! Field trips are also optional and available! This year's theme is "Celebrate and Laugh," the fireworks is a tradition in Metro-Detroit, get a magnificent view of the fireworks at One Woodward on the 19th floor! Enjoy a barbecue style meal, laughs by Comedians Mic Larry and Simply Shanell and enjoy the sounds of singing sensation and recording artist Johnyce! There will be music, dancing and many activities, as well as a VIP charter ride to and from the event! But most of all, you will be a part of helping the Avengers...

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Art 8 - Cardboard Creationary - Artists Exchange
What do you get when you mix art, cardboard and creativity? Recycling at its finest. You can make just about anything with cardboard from paintings to trees. Imagine the possibilities this week when we work with nothing but cardboard. What happens when you put it in clay? Or when you mix it in the blender to make paper? If you could make anything out of cardboard what would you make? Exploring clay, drawing, painting, 3D construction and more, participants will complete an assortment of individual and group projects in each weeks theme, culminating in a showcase at the end of each camp, followed by the unveiling of an installation at our 9th annual Fall Out of Summer Arts Festival in September. * Artists Exchange will be open Monday the 8th on Victory Day. 401-490-9475

Week Seven: Architecture Camp/ Space 2 (Ages 3-6) - PeaPods SchoolHouse
3,2,1...Blast off into outer space! Well be creating and building things that have to do with space. Campers will explore, experiment, create and interact to create a world beyond ours. Hands-on activities will include, building a rocket ship, making planets, and participating in the Astronaut Challenge! 603-703-1408

Hockey Camp - Twin Lakes Church
Learn to skate, pass, and shoot like your favorite NHL stars! Camp is taught by experienced hockey players and coaches. You will need your own helmet, skates, gloves, knee and elbow pads as we play outside. Sticks provided. 831-465-3386

Mini Camp Cooking around Town - Parks and Rec Office and Cavins Community Center
Campers will explore the world of food around town visiting places like Eckerts, Deirbergs, etc. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Check in for this activity is in the lower level of the Katy Cavins Center

WEEK 5 2016 - First Baptist Church
Spiritual Emphasis: Our counselors take every opportunity to minister to the campers spiritual needs through Bible study and personal interaction. We seek to integrate a biblical worldview in all our time we spend together. We understand this is a great opportunity not only to ell the campers about Gods Word, but also to show them how it is related to everyday life. Paul said it well when he wrote, "For me to live is Christ." That is what we model here for our campers. Social Emphasis: We also understand the importance of your child meeting and learning to work together with other children and adults. We will help them learn positive ways to make friends and guide them in being friends to others. Teamwork will also be taught through various games and activities. Physical Emphasis: No couch potatoes here! We dont want our campers to just hang out and waste their day so we work at keeping them going. Whether its a day trip to Six Flags, making human ice cream sundaes, a rousing game of kickball, or a walk to the local park, there is never a dull moment at Cornerstone! What to bring: A bag lunch (6-10th graders... 2014877212 x221

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