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Summer Camps in Minor Hill, TN

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: NW Austin / Elem / MON - Austin International School
Meeting Monday for 3rd-5th graders: Campers spend the morning with a local writer, creating poetry and prose and exploring their imaginations. All campers are invited to submit their new, original work for publication on Badgerdogs blog, Unbound. 512-542-0076
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3232 Sulphur Creek Rd, Pleasantville, Tennessee 37033
Located an hour & a half southwewst of Nashville, NaCome's spacious 600 acers offers yr-round modern facilites & programming for all ages. Vist www.nacome.org...
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Counselor Training...
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Minor Hill, TN Summer Camps

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2nd Annual LifeTeen Campout - El Paso, TX
High School teens, It's that time again! Get your sleeping bags, pillows and tents ready for our annual campout! Fun, games, praise, worship, prayer, spiritual growth, god and s'more! Come find out about our campout on August 6th!

Kid Fit Boot Camp Ages 4-7 - Chandler, AZ
Child Care is $5/month per child (Kids Fitness Classes included)

IMPACT KidFit Athletic Summer Camp - Odessa, FL
This program is designed for children ages 6-9 and 10-13 yrs of age. Along with athletic training to build motor skills, endurance and strength we will be doing games like 4 Square, Dodge Ball, Water Balloon Tag, Corn Hole, Jail Break, etc. Full Day of Camp ($119/week) is from 9 am - 2 pm, Half Day ($75/week) is 9 am - 11:30 am Mon-Fri. For more information, pleas message or call (727) 534-8560.

Teen Maker Camp - Kimball, NE
July 20-23 1pm-4pm each day A camp for 6th-12th graders to design and print an object on the library's new 3D printer. FREE. Limited to 10 students. Pick up a paper application or apply online here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ewvld6GUmDDFVapNoLjf_oUKpm4N_3dq9TSg27aOijk/viewform

The Founders and Evolution of Summer Resorts & Kids Camps - Readfield,
Four years ago Charles L. Day and Dale Potter-Clark began the process of gathering information for "Founders and Evolution of Summer Resorts..." right here at a Maranacook Community Education class. Fifty or more enthusiastic people gathered that evening to share stories and to learn about the resorts, hotels and kids’ camps that have existed in this immediate area. After years of conducting personal interviews, making site visits and doing exhaustive research Charles and Dale have published a 356 page book packed with 220+ vintage photos and information about more than forty establishments that have existed on the four lakes. Thrown in for good measure is “The Larches” on “Lake Myra” in Readfield. Included is the history of the railroad, steamboats and the trolley in this area as well as the various establishments, founders and directors. Dale will first talk about the process and some discoveries made while researching and writing the book and following this she will do a reading. She will be available to sell and sign books after the presentation. Potter-Clark will be offering three classes the spring of 2017 (Mar, Apr, May) at $12.50 each or $30 for all three. Proceeds will help fund a "Museum in the Streets" in Readfield.

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Creepy Crawlers - St. Kateri School
Lets go on a bug hunt! Students learn about the fascinating, and sometimes creepy, world of insects. This session begins as we create our own bug hunting kit while learning some bug lingo. As the session continues, several bugs are featured as we explore their world. We will observe a real praying mantis egg sac and watch as the baby bugs emerge. 5184799888.0

NW Austin / Elem / MON - Austin International School
Meeting Monday for 3rd-5th graders: Campers spend the morning with a local writer, creating poetry and prose and exploring their imaginations. All campers are invited to submit their new, original work for publication on Badgerdogs blog, Unbound. 512-542-0076

Day Camp - Week #5 Holiday Highlights - Fairview Heights Parks and Rec
Summer Camp - Week #5 Holiday Highlights Whats your favorite holiday...? Yup, ours too! Celebrate all of your holiday traditions in just one week. Join us as we hunt for Easter Eggs, have snowball fights, and go trick or treating in the park. Well be taking all the campers to the Incredible Pizza Company for a lunch buffet, and money for games. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you are paying a deposit of $20 to reserve your week, the remainder of the payment will automatically set to be deducted from your credit card the Monday of the week before the camp begins. GRADES Kindergarten - 6th LOCATION Moody Park

KidSport Before Camp Care Week of 7/18 - 7/22 - Scarlett Middle School
Before Camp Care for KidSport the week of 7/18 - 7/22. Parents/guardians bring camper into building for sign-in. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- KidSport offers children the opportunity to learn and refine non-competitive sport-specific, team building and social skills. The activities are age appropriate and developed by experts in children?s physical education. KidSport is staffed by certified teachers as well as physical education and education majors focused on providing a first-rate experience for your kids! Scholarships are available from UM KidSport at www.kines.umich.edu/umove.kidsport [] Application deadline is April 30. This camp is not eligible for Rec & Ed Scholarships. LOCATION SCARLETT SCHOOL at Scarlett Middle School

Ultimate Girls Basketball Camp (Grades 4 - 9) - WWP High School North
Ultimate Girls Basketball Camp (Grades 4 - 9) Special basketball camp focusing on individual and team skills. Hands-on training with collegiate and professional coaching staff. Advanced techniques we will focus on include: dribbling, post work, guard work, foot work, shooting, team play, rebounding, quickness, and teaching the game of basketball from a mental standpoint. Pre and post camp care is available at Millstone River school through WWP Community Education for an additional fee on their website. To register, please click on "WWP Community Education" on the right side of this page under "Extra Details." Basketball camp staff members will escort children to and from pre/post care. Financial Assistance is available; if you plan to apply you cannot register online. Please come to our office or call 609-799-0909 x 1719 for more information. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Camp is only open to girls entering grades 4-9. Registering ineligible children will result in removal from program and no refund. No residency restrictions. Financial Assistance is available; if you plan to apply you cannot register online. Please come to our office or call 609-799-0909 x1719 for more information. For more information, please contact the Department of Recreation...

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