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Summer Camps in McGregor, TX

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Adult Youth Tournament - Drake Creek Golf Club
Fun tournament. 2 person (1 adult, 1 youth) teams. 9 hole event with lunch. Please print tournament application and details from our website. 270-898-4653
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Greene Family Camp
 
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Distance
11.73 Miles
Address:
1192 Smith Ln, Bruceville, Texas 76630
Reform Jewish (UAHC) Full-range prog. Modern, barrier-free facilities with AC, lake, pools, sports, alpine tower, more.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Bicycling/Biking, Challenge/Rope Courses, Gymnastics, Religious Study,...
Camp Greene
 
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Distance
13.32 Miles
Address:
, Bruceville, Texas
The URJ Greene Family Camp is located in the rolling hills of central Texas
Activities: Religious Camps: Jewish
Cedarbrook Camp Texas
 
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Distance
36.9 Miles
Address:
391 County Road 333, Rosebud, Texas 76570
Christ-centered camping. Relationship building with peers and staff. Skill building opportunities. Traditional outdoor activities. Beautiful 300 acre wooded facility. Separate weeks girls-boys.
Activities: Archery, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Horseback Riding (Western),...
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McGregor, TX Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

North Point Youth M-Fuge Camp Fundraiser - Gaffney, SC
Firehouse Subs will donate 15% of their gross to our Youth, So you can help send our Youth to Camp by simply eatin a Sub. Please come out tomorrow night and show your support.

Youth Angels Day Camp - 2016 - Minneapolis, MN
Science of Spirituality, Minnesota, is happy to announce Youth Angels Day Camp 2016 for children and adults. Youth Angel Day Camp is a one day Wintertime indoor Meditation Camp. It is open to children of ages between 5 and 15 and their families. All adults are welcome to join the adult workshop. This camp allows everyone to explore deep inner nature of human being as a spirit/soul. It helps children balance physical and mental learning through meditation, developing spiritual understanding of self and build foundation of being a better human being. We try to make it fun filled so children stay interested and focused while learning a subject that seems difficult. The camp will include meditation, workshops for children and adults, activities including yoga, indoor games, music and pizza. We encourage parents to register and join their children so it becomes a great memorable event for the entire family. Youth Angels Day Camp 2016: Date : Saturday, February, 27th Time : 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Here is the high level schedule of the camp: 9:00 AM - ...

Pizza Child/Teen Camp Fundraiser - Pensacola, FL
Ensley Children and Youth are raising funds for KidzCamp and Mission Nashville. Purchase a Little Caesar Pizza, Bread or Specialty Kit from an Ensley child or teen to help. You can purchase items on campus or online (http://www.pizzakit.com/fundraising-products?shop=1&t=landing) with our ID # 313900 (to support a specific child, include his/her name in the comment section). Home delivery is an option, so share this event with all your FB friends - even the ones out of town!

Telling Tails Story Time - Kid's Reading Program ( Campus for Compassi
Children ages 6 and up, are invited to share their favorite stories with our furry friends while they await adoption during Telling Tails Story Time. This free hour of storytelling helps our cats practice their people skills, while students grow more confident in their reading skills. It’s a win-win, and totally adorable! AHS will have a selection of books on hand, but kids are welcome to bring their own. Telling Tails Story Time is offered one Saturday a month at the Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion. Sign your child up today! Saturday, February 13 Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion 9 a.m. – 10 a.m. For more information, please visit: http://www.azhumane.org/get-involved/volunteer/ways-to-volunteer/

Proposed 2017 Summer Camp Dates - Snohomish, WA
This is just a proposal for next year's summer camping dates. Never to early to begin planning. We hope to again camp with a troop with whom or boys made friends.

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Bookmaking & Poetry - Ensworth School
Boys & Girls, rising 3rd-5th grades Be a poet this summer! Each day you will write poetry and create handmade books, from origami to hand-sewn books. This camp is for anyone who likes to write and share ideas. All materials are included. Directors: Robin Smith and Dean Schneider 615-383-0661

HeARTfelt Create Art Camp - heARTfelt Create Studio and Gallery
Each participant will choose their favorite motif (animal, thing, or idea) and represent it in four different art projects. Campers should bring photo copied pictures of their chosen motif for the first day of camp. All other supplies for projects will be provided. Camp will be held at the heARTfelt Create Studio and Gallery in downtown Glen Ellyn. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Campers should bring photo copied pictures of their chosen motif for the first day of camp. AGE CATEGORY Youth and Teen LOCATION heARTfelt Create Studio and Gallery ? 485 Main St. Suite E Glen Ellyn

Me and My Shadow AM - Morehead Planetarium and Science Center
Why does your shadow change shape? Through experimentation and creative play, campers will make rainbows, measure time with shadows and discover how scientists use light to learn about the Universe. 919-962-1236

Cougar Audition Prep Workshop - Brigham Young University
Check-in begins at 8:15 am in room 177 of the Richards Building / Dancers ages 16 and up who are Advanced/Elite level dancers (high school or college age dancers) $30 pre-registration (Before March 3, 2016) & $40 at the door 801-422-5724

Spring Break Program-Forest Park Elementary - Forest Park Elementary
IMPORTANT: Students need to bring their own laptop with mouse to attend this program. Snacks, Lunch, and beverages are NOT included. The program may be consolidated in one or two school sites based on enrollments. Parents will be informed at least one week prior to program start date. In this program, students learn about 3-D Printing, Vehicle engineering by rapid prototyping, and Computer Programming. They work in teams to build their own battery operated cars and race it on the final day. They learn 3-D modeling tools to make their own 3-D designs. Students will - 1. Learn how an engineer takes an idea from paper to a prototype. 2. Learn what is CAD/CAM and how it is used by Engineers. 3. Develop a design solution using given design constraints. 4. Evaluate competing conceptual design solutions for decision making 5. Plan and execute experiment; Collect and interpret data gathered by experiments; Use experimental data for an improved design solution 6. Learn about 3-D printing. Students who attend 3-D print class will take home a 3-D printed design prototype. 7. Learn Visual Programming and coding skills. 650-223-1641

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