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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: AM Week 4: Basketball - Oakhill Day School
Calling all basketball players! Come join Oakhills Elementary basketball coach this summer as he leads you in drills and skills practices. Open to both boys and girls, this camp will focus on the fundamentals while still enjoying a scrimmage or two! 816-436-6228
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Camp Cho-Yeh
 
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54.48 Miles
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2200 S Washington Ave, Livingston, Texas 77351
Camp Cho-Yeh exists to build relationships and impact lives in a Christ-centered environment. Here at Cho-Yeh, we firmly believe that Christian camps are uniquely...
Activities: Paintball Horseback Riding Mountain Biking Wakeboarding Archery Riflery Skeet Shooting...
Cho-Yeh Camp & Conference Center
 
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54.48 Miles
Address:
2200 S Washington Ave, Livingston, Texas 77351
Committed staff dedicated to sharing the unconditional love of Christ with campers in a fun and safe environment.
Activities: Archery, Challenge/Rope Courses, Football, Horseback Riding (Western), Leadership Development, Martial...
Cho-Yeh Camp and Conference Center
 
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55.6 Miles
Address:
, Livingston, Texas
Cho-Yeh is a premier Christian Summer Camp
Activities: Adventure Camps: Assorted Adventures
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Teen Driving Boot Camp in East Rutherford
Students in the area will get to have their first (hopefully) Oh My God moment while driving their own vehicle. The only driving education offered to teens is Driver’s Ed in high school (sitting behind a desk) and then 6 hours behind the wheel to get their permit. Six hours of foot-to-pedal contact will never be enough to prepare our new drivers. The NJ-based company, Drive Safer, LLC, takes a... More info: http://evrd.us/aq1qi

Kid's Training Camp - Greenwood Village, CO
Prepare for the Kids Triathlon with these three training sessions. Kids will practice the swim, bike, run and transitions and learn race course safety. Dates: September 14, 15 and 16 Time: 6:00-7:30pm Days: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Cost: $30 Limited to 25 participants

Teen Weekend Camp - Peoria, AZ
For campers in Jr/Sr High. Cost is $20. If you need a registration form check out the link. http://www.wgmaif.org/forms-and-downloads.html If you have any questions, contact Jon Birkey. Hope to see you there.

New Years Teen Retreat! - Spirit Is The Life - Virginia Beach, VA
Come experience a community based on kindness, compassion, healing, and joy. We'll spend four days and five nights together in a beautiful ocean front mansion, singing songs, sharing meals, and inspiring laughs. More info on pricing and details to come. If you have any questions, feel free to contact your new years programing staff: Malenka Kaydan (our awesome manager) [email protected] And Tyler William Dewey [email protected] Ages 13 - 17

StrongTree Spring Artist Retreat 2016 - Lake Geneva, WI
Hey Friends! It's the StrongTree Spring Artist Retreat 2016 with one of our favorite artists Matthew Clark!! Come one and all for a weekend of great music, great fellowship, great food, great songwriting, and an all around awesome weekend. Cost is $220 if you register and pay by April 1st. $250 after April 1st. Contact Lisa Weyerhaeuser to register or for any other questions. See you there!

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LIT #3 (Males) - Camp Lake Stephens
This camp experience is a 3 week block meant to give high school students that have completed their freshman and sophomore year an opportunity to lead at camp. They will have the opportunity to work with the camp staff, as well as be part of the summer camp program in helping to lead in several different capacities. Alongside program leadership, grounds/dining hall service, and cabin assistance, LITs will have the chance to grow in faith as well, with specific bible studies geared towards their lives. 662-234-3350

2. Session II - Morning - UA College of Fine Arts
Visual Arts: From the homeland to the battlefront, art was used during WWII to promote duty and patriotism, capture historical moments and even as tactical strategy. Youll be stepping into the boots of the wartime poster artists behind the iconic Uncle Sam I Want YOU and Rosie the Riveter designs, combat artists that recorded the war firsthand and abstract artists that developed eye-manipulating military camouflage. Comedy: Abbott & Costello reigned as the 1940s "Kings Of Comedy," producing box office hits including "Buck Privates," "Hold That Ghost, and their 1948 monster masterpiece "Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein." Their patter routine "Whos on First?" is one of the best-known comedy routines of all time. Recreate an Abott & Costello styled comedy to be filmed and aired before a live audiences during the performance of South Pacific! 5203190400.0

Stanford Womens Gymnastics - Stanford Womens Gymnastics
Our Camp program is extremely comprehensive covering: compulsory and optional skills, basics, dance, strength, and flexibility. Our camps are designed for all gymnasts, from beginner to elite. Our day camp can accommodate all gymnasts over the age of 6. Our student to coach ratio of 8 to 1, ensures that your child will have a great experience with some of the best club and collegiate coaches from around the country. Campers train in the renovated Ford Center Gym. We have added a 50ft Tumble Track, in ground tramp and a new loose foam bar pit. We look forward to seeing you at one or more of our sessions! 800-357-7687

Accent Summer Music Camp (Full Day 9am-4pm) - Brookwood School
Accent is a summer music day program designed to review music concepts learned during the school year. This action-packed week includes musical games, activities, singing and dance. Rising grades 4-6 also participate in small instrumental ensembles. The week concludes with a concert presenting pieces the students have worked on throughout the week. Accent gives students confidence when returning to fall music lessons! 978 525 6244

Spy Training Camp - Middle School
Learn about forensics. They will spend of week being spies and Crime Scene investigators. Through various tools they will be able to break numerous cases that will be presented throughout the week. They will analyze trace evidence left at the crime scenes in camp. The crimes will include numerous mysterious disappearances. They will spend a week utilizing the science of forensics, chromatography, chemistry, DNA, profiling and fingerprint analysis to unravel these mysteries. They will investigate the crime scene by analyzing trace evidence with a microscope, cast footprint impressions, photograph the crime scenes and design various spy tools to be able to help in the investigation. They will make a periscope, and various forensic Tools that they will use in training to be the very best spy. Gear up for an adventure with flashlights, secret messages and lots more… This message will self-destruct in 5...4...3...2...1….. (516) 750-3104

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