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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Camp KIA - Week 5-Patriotism Week - Recreation Center and Natatorium
Lets celebrate America with a week full of red, white, and blue FUN! Learn about the USA and what makes us the melting pot of the world! NO CAMP ON MONDAY, JULY 4TH. Field Trip: Downtown Aquarium AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION RCN - Multi-Purpose Room Entire at Recreation Center and Natatorium
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Camp Discovery
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
21.51 Miles
Address:
608 W Douglas Ave Ste 100, Wichita, Kansas 67203
Camp teaches Diabetes care while providing recreational fun. Qualified Medical staff are present.
Activities: Archery, Canoeing, Counselor Training (CIT), Horseback Riding (Western), Nature/Environmental Studies,...
Starwoods Outdoor Center
 
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Distance
25.17 Miles
Address:
360 Lexington Rd, Wichita, Kansas 67218
GS of Kansas Heartland and serves girls from 80 counties across Kansas. Starwood Outdoor Center offers a wide variety of activities. Starwoods provides primitive...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Aviation, Bicycling/Biking, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor...
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Mount Hope, KS Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

Winter Retreat for Pre-Teen and Teens (6th - 12th Grades) - Hudson, WI
Cost: $160 Youth will discuss the topic of How to Pray, have fun, and worship together as Orthodox Christians. RSVP by December 14th to Matushka Lisa Tucci @ [email protected]

Make Food, Make Fam: FEEST Community Dinner & Youth-led Campaign Kick-
MAKE FOOD, MAKE FAM FEEST Community Dinner & Youth-led Campaign Kick-Off Join the FEEST community for a dynamic night of food, drinks, music and stories. At FEEST we believe that effective social change starts with sharing a meal with people you otherwise wouldn’t eat with or cook with. We want to invite you to have a FEEST style dinner with us! We will break bread together and hear from our youth food justice leaders about the multi-media campaign they’ve been building to combat the junk food advertising they see on a daily basis. Join us to find out what happens when youth take the lead on creative solution-making for their friends, schools and neighborhoods. Make Food, Make Fam FEEST Community Dinner and Campaign Kick-Off Thursday, March 31, 2016 6:00pm - 8:00pm Hillman City Collaboratory, 5623 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118 RSVP: http://bit.ly/FoodFam Food, Celebration, Music, Discussion #makefoodmakefam Questions? [email protected]

"He Knows" Spring Youth Retreat - Newville, PA
For Youth in 6th-12th grade In our lives we sometimes feel like we are all alone. We feel like we can do whatever we want because no one sees it. We feel like no one understands the painful situations we are faced with. We feel like no one understands us. There is One who sees our sin, understands our pain and understands us. His name is Jesus!!! HE KNOWS!!! If interested, please contact Pastor Steve for registration forms and for more information: [email protected]

Rewind Kid's Camp - Meansville, GA
Join us for this incredible week as we talk about Creation and our Creator! This year's theme "THE BEGINNING" will focus on Jesus and the Creation of the World! Find our more details by visiting us online!

Fallin Teen Connect - Cedar Springs, MI
Have you ever had that moment where you miss camp? Us too! That is why we are bringing you all back together again to reconnect with summer friends and meet a few new ones too! School is in full swing and it is so easy to feel alone and the support you had from camp is far away. So join us at FALLIN where we can have a blast, remember who we are in Christ, and fall in love with God all over again. Invite your friends, neighbors, and siblings to help us pack out Pine Ridge for a night of fun, family, and faith building. See you there! Here Is What You Need To Know: Where: Pine Ridge Bible Camp (Drop off at Basketball Court) What: Food, Fun, Games, Bonfire, Challenging Words, and More! When: Friday October 14 from 5:00pm to 8:30pm (Pick Up At Basketball Court) Cost: $8/person if you register by Wednesday, October 12. Otherwise it will be $10/person at the door. What To Bring: SIGNED PERMISSION SLIP, money, shoes, Bible, jacket/sweatshirt, bug spray How To RSVP: Tell us on this Event page or by contacting our office by phone (616-696-8675) or email ([email protected]) so we can plan enough food....

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Mandarin & Chinese Culture with Jenson Cheng - The Philadelphia School
Spend these weeks immersed in the world of China. Campers will practice Mandarin, create art in the traditional Chinese style, and learn about the cultural experience of the Chinese. This camp is perfect for those just beginning their study of Mandarin and for those who studied Mandarin previously and want the opportunity to practice and grow. Artistic work and activities around culture throughout the week will help campers understand the way language, practice, and beauty entwine in the Chinese experience. Sign up for up to four weeks! Early drop off is available at no additional cost from 8:00am-9:00am. Optional Extended Day available from 3:00-5:30pm each day. Please select this option during registration. 2155455323.0

Fly Fishing - The Evergreen School
Fly fishing is a sport that teaches patience, improves motor skills, and fosters an appreciation for nature. No one can walk away from losing a five minute battle with a stubborn trout without a deep respect for the fish! Students will learn the basics of fly fishing – setting up their rod and reel, knot typing, basic overhead casting, selecting the right fly, etc. Discussion will also include the history of fly fishing, how its different from other kinds of fishing, and entomology. Were going to have a fantastic week fishing each day! 206-957-1533

CSI-Crime Scene Investigations! - Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
Learn how science is used to solve crime by using experimental techniques in a laboratory-based setting. Participants will analyze evidence such as hair, fibers, fingerprints, blood, and blood splatter. Death and decay, shoe impressions, handwriting, and ink analysis will also be studied. Participants will learn laboratory-based techniques used to solve crimes. 814-898-6871

Résumé and Interviewing Skills Workshop - Hopkins Campus
Join Blake Associate Head of School Anne Graybeal for a workshop on constructing effective résumés, writing engaging cover letters and practicing interview strategies. This hands-on experience will be helpful for students applying for summer jobs and internships or preparing for the college admission process. Bonus: Participants can seek personalized feedback on résumés and cover letters from Ms. Graybeal any time in the year following the workshop. 952-988-3463

(FB4) Football Camp 4 - OLine/DLine - Frank Banko Field
TECHNIQUE - Acquire techniques and fundamentals that will improve your play on both sides of the ball! DRILL WORK - Learn drill work that you can use to continue your growth as a lineman! COMPETITION - Compete in one-on-one pass rush segment! LEARN - Guest speaker on "What it takes to be successful lineman"! 610 758 3589

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