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Summer Camps in Memphis, TX

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Drones (ages 12-16) - Camp Hickory Hill
Learn to skillfully fly a remote controlled helicopter drone, then race the clock in our drone obstacle course. Take your drone home to enjoy after camp! Activities like archery, bb guns, and the climbing wall along with campfires and times of worship round off the program. Wednesday: 7 PM to 8 PM Check-In Saturday: 1:00 PM Praise & Worship 1:30 PM Dismissal 716-631-5028

Latest Review for Upward Bound Camp/Evans Creek

Yes for Upward Bound Camp
What this camp might lack in 5 star hotel lodging they more than make up for in personal attention to campers. They remember every camper by name, send them birthday cards, and make sure each one is recognized as a VERY special person. They have been doing this for 35 years with an impeccable safety record. They are even an international training center for emergency preparedness. I have never met a camper that didnt come home wanting to return immediately. I know... Read More...


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TEEN Girls' Retreat - Cameron, SC
Join us for the 2017 Teen Girls' Retreat! Praise & Worship, Testimonies, Activities, Games, Bible Study, & More! Open to ALL GIRLS (ages 13-18) $25 Registration Fee **Register by March 15** What to Bring: Bible, Casual Clothes, Sleeping Bag or Twin Sheets, Pillow, Towel, Toiletries What Not to Bring: Tobacco, Alcohol, Drugs, Cell Phones, iPods, mp3 Players, Food, Energy Drinks For more information or directions to the camp, please visit www.mysmc.org. Retreat Committee: Bobbye Sue Evans (Chairman), Rose Kelly, Dianne Weeks, Vivian Gregory, and Deborah Westbury Sponsored by the Eastern Conference Woman's Missionary Society

2017 Teen Weekend - De Leon Springs, FL
Teen weekend is for youngsters age 12-17, and campers have the option to bring a friend of the same sex and approximate age. This weekend program allows for interactions amongst peer groups, as well as a learning experience for campers without diabetes. Educational sessions relating to “teen issues,” “school issues,” and “How-to-be-a-friend” are led by pediatric endocrinologists, nurses, dieticians and mental health professionals. We understand that networking and the support of a teen’s peers is critical at this age, so we provide fun and interactive activities such as a beach party, luaus, casino night, and a lot of land sports.

Teen Camp 2015 - A week of transformation - Rindge, NH
Abandoned to God... RELEASING HEAVEN Teen Camp is the one event you really don’t want to miss. Our mission is to cut out all the distractions in life, seclude ourselves away from home, and focus completely on Him. We create an atmosphere where teens feel comfortable experiencing with hearing and obeying the voice of the Holy Spirit and walking in the gifts of the spirit. As we hold camp each year, teens have personal experiences with God, they hear from Him and bring their relationships to the next level. Teen Camp is something they will look back on and refer to consistently in their futures. David Peetz "This year, as we abandon ourselves to Him and His will for the week, we believe heaven realities will be released, gifts of the spirit will flow, and miracles, signs and wonders will take place. The greater glory is here and we are looking to take advantage of all the Father has supplied for us to walk in. Each year expect camp to be slightly different, we learned a lot from last year in that flowing with Him and His leading is so much more powerful and important than...

Cabell County Youth Voice Teen Leadership Meeting - Barboursville, WV
Interested in teen leadership. Do you have ideas to share? Youth and adult leaders are encouraged to share thoughts, discuss programs and curricula, and learn about local, state, and national youth leadership events. Should you have any questions about registration please contact Brittany Furbee at [email protected]wvu.edu or 304-293-2696.

Kid's Summer Day Camp - Williamsville, NY
The Training Edge is hosting a huge summer event for any and all kids in the area. It's going to be AMAZING! Friday, August 21st from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm (Available for kids ages 5-12 drop off begins at 8:30 am) Activities: Karate -Gymnastics -ZooMobile -Trip to SkyZone -Bring your own SuperSoaker and Waterballoon War in the park. (bring extra clothes for supersoakers and a bag lunch) Cost: $99 if paid before August 7th -$109 if paid after August 7th Contact us through Facebook or call us at 716-565-9568 with any questions, concerns, or to book your place!

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Project Lead the Way: Design & Modeling - Session 1 - DPIE
Students apply the design process to solve problems and understand the influence of creativity and innovation in their lives. They work in teams to design a playground and furniture, capturing research and ideas in their engineering notebooks. Using Autodesk® design software, students create a virtual image of their designs and produce a portfolio to showcase their innovative solutions. 9258282551 x5431

Chess - Chess - St. Paul Gym
Find out why Chess is the most popular game in the world. This camp covers rules, strategies and tactics as we bring the pieces to life in a fun way using creativity and imagination. Try a giant chess set, the biggest youve ever seen! The benefits of chess have been proven to help with logic, memory, analysis, reading, and more. Beginners and those with some experience are welcome. All registrants agree to the policies and procedures of Youth Programs, including change fees, cancellation fees, deadlines, and other details found in the program materials and parent handbook. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION St Paul Gym

.Camp | Clay Camp: session 1/GRADES 6 - 8 - Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center
Clay Camp: Session 1/ Grades 6 - 8 Learn the basics of wheel-throwing on the pottery wheel and a variety of handbuilding techniques. Lessons include both functional objects created on the wheel and hand-built sculptural clay forms. Final projects will be completed using alternative outdoor firing processes including raku and smoke-firing. August 15 - August 19 Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm $248 Members, $288 Guests, $15 Materials Fee -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR ALL CAMP FORMS & GENERAL INFORMATION Go to: www.BBArtCenter.org [] Click: SUMMER ART CAMP Students should be registered for the school grade they will enter in the Fall 2016. All special requests should be submitted two weeks in advance. COURSE MEDIUM Multi-Medium INSTRUCTOR Department Faculty

Weekly Player Development Camp - Kennesaw State University (Stillwell Stadium)
The Owls Baseball Camp Staff is happy to announce a weekly Player Development camp this Spring. This camp will be ran exclusively by Assistant Coach Trey Fowler and is open to any high school age player looking to improve his game in a variety of areas. Focus will be given each week to developing essential parts of the players game including but not limited to arm strength & speed development, speed enhancement, positional improvement, and offensive production. Each session will be 2 hours in length and will encompass a combination of the above mentioned areas with the sole purpose of Player Development. Sessions will take place on Monday nights from 6:00-8:00 and will include the following dates Feb 29th, March 7th, March 14th, March 21st, April 4th, April 18th, April 25th and May 2nd The cost to attend each session is 50.00. If you would like to secure a spot in all 8 sessions you can do so by signing up through this site. To inquire about attending individual sessions contact Coach Fowler at ***Owls Baseball Camp is open to any and all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level, and gender.*** 6786408422.0

Animal CSI Camp - Humane Society of West Michigan
Calling all future Animal Control Officers! Do you have what it takes to solve crimes involving animals? Do you enjoy detailed work and using forensic science to solve cases? Spend a week at HSWM as we look and solve cases and gain real world experience about helping animals. 616-791-8066

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