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Summer Camps in Mountain Grove, MO

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: PREP Girls Volleyball Camp - Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School
Prep volleyball players will work with Head Coach and Team Indiana Co-Owner Brian Murray to learn player positional skill sets and game strategies as they build in-game intelligence needed to gain an edge in any game. Prep players will also have the opportunity to work on individual drills and practice those skills in challenging scrimmages. Coach Murray is a three-time state championship coach during his 13 years at Brebeuf with over 20 years of team and individual training experience. 3175247050.0

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Pre K -12th Grade Summer Camps - Robins Air Force Base, GA
The Education Center is now taking registrations for Pre K-12th Grade Summer Camps! For full schedule and registration information click on the "tickets" link above or contact Valerie Myers in the Education Center at [email protected]!

Kid's Camp - Salem, OR
START SAVING NOW. =) July 20-24, ages 8-12, $155/camper.

Chicota Youth Camp 4th Annual Music Festival - Saint Landry, LA


Annual Youth Winter Camp - Perris, CA
Our Winter Camp is just around the corner! Join us for a weekend of worship, revival, the amazing outdoors and fellowship with one another. Cost is $35 All are welcome, invite your friends. We can't wait to see what God has in store for all of us!

Winter Teen Retreat 2017! - Naches, WA
There are many things we have to survive in this world. Failures, conflicts, temptations, the list goes on. Though surviving the pressures and conflicts in our lives can be a tough and painful process, we can take comfort in the fact that like a piece of coal, we are being turned into precious diamonds for God's purpose. And in a culture that increasingly pushes Christians to the outskirts, it can be like being stranded on an island. But since the begining us Christians have been called to be set apart, "in the world but not of the world", and we know that through the power of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God, that we can more than just meely survive, but we can strive! Join us this year in taking a stand on the principles and truths that the Word of God gives us, stepping up to live out our calling and purpose and learning how to transition from being Survivors to becomeing more than conquerors!! Hope to see you there!!

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Wrestling - The Philadelphia School
Through games, drills, instruction, and sparring, boys and girls will learn the art and craft of wrestling. Participants will practice using their bodies creatively and efficiently. By tackling common challenges and working hard together, campers will form strong peer bonds. Built into each day will be team-building activities and character-development conversations. Wrestlers will gain competence and confidence while, most importantly, having fun! 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

Summer Camp Week 8 Ages 8-12 - First Free Church
CAMP DETAILS Moving Stories: Featuring the Works of Roald Dahl Inspired by the great works of Roald Dahl this full day camp will explore some of our favorite books, such as, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, Matilda and Fantastic Mr Fox. Sing songs, play games, make puppets, create backdrops, write poems and act out your favorite scenes from these incredible stories in this fun filled, magical, literary adventure. So please, oh please, we beg, we pray, go throw your TV set away, and in its place you can install, a lovely bookshelf on the wall Roald Dahl. 773-944-9146

Weekly Football Camp Series - 68 Inside Sports Fieldhouse
EACH CLASS WORKS ON POSITION DEVELOPMENT, SPEED & AGILITY AS WELL AS CONDITIONING. YOUR ATHLETE WILL BE GAME READY AFTER THIS MONTH OF CAMP. THIS CAMP IS THREE DAYS A WEEK FOR 4 WEEKS FOR 90 MINUTES. EACH DAY A DIFFERENT POSITION WILL BE DISCUSSED. MONDAY IS OFFENSE, THURSDAY IS DEFENSE AND SATURDAY IS SPECIAL AND SPEED. AGE CATEGORY Youth INSTRUCTOR Shelby Peterson

Full Day Wk3 - NonRes - Epping Forest Clubhouse
The full day option lasts from 9 am to 4 pm and is available for the Rockfish and Blue crabs age groups only (ages 6-12). Activities throughout the day are structured around three main themes including: OUTDOORS (e.g., nature hikes, sailing, water sports, swim skills, kayaking, survival skills), ARTS (e.g., crafts, indian art, tie dyes) and GAMES (e.g., tennis, basketball, dodgeball, beach challenges). The activities will be led by our energized college-age counselors or Program Directors. In the morning, we will offer options for your child, enabling them to do what they like most and empowering them to have the most fun with their day. From 12 to 1:30, we will have lunch and a series of activities that children can choose from to relax and take a breather during what is typically the hottest time of the day. Options include Legos, indoor board games, or free swim time. LUNCH IS PROVIDED every day and will include a fruit or vegetable with every meal. If your child has dietary restrictions, you will need to provide his/her lunch. From 1:30 to 4:00 we will have activities that are typically longer and more involved than morning sessions. 4432235991.0

Robotics-Maker Station - Amador Elementary School
ROBOTICS Explore and build with Lego WeDo 2.0 robots. Students will build robots using the new Lego WeDo 2.0 system. Students will learn to assemble and program the robots to learn the basic concepts of programming. Once students have shown mastery of the system basics they will be allowed follow their own path as they investigate increasingly complex modules. Modules may include: Sorting to Recycle: Design a device that uses the physical properties of objects, including their shape and size, to sort them. Robust Structures: Investigate the characteristics that make a building earthquake resistant, using an earthquake simulator constructed from LEGO® bricks. MAKER STATION Learn how to build a catapult from common household materials and use the Engineering Design Process to improve your design. Prototype a foam rocket toy and experiment with the design to fly longer and farther. Build balloon powered rocket cars to race against your classmates. Students will be building with common household materials and applying the Engineering Design Process to their work. Students will be able to take home the items that they build during class. 9258282551 x5431

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