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Summer Camps in Pelham, GA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Tiger Tennis Camp Session II - Sewanee: The University of the South
Tennis Camp for junior tennis players ages 8-17. Instruction and match play for beginners through advanced tournament level players on beautiful college campus. Day and overnight sessions offered. Over 30 years of tennis camp experience. 9316364656.0

Latest Review for YMCA Camp H R Erdman

Best Summer Ever
Our son just got back from the YMCA Camp and he can't stop talking about all the fun. We knew he was having a good time based on the photos he sent us but to see his face light up when he is retelling the stories is priceless. I'm sure we'll be hearing about the surf lessons, the horseback riding and the campfires for months to come! He's already talking about going back next year and even mentioned wanting to be a counselor someday. Thanks... Read More...


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PCC Teen Extreme Summer Camp - Pensacola Christian College
AXIOS Teens are going to Pensacola Christian College for the Teen Extreme Summer Camp. ! -- Cost $200 per teen -- Teens will leave July 12, 2015 and return July 18, 2015 -- Teens in Grade 7 - 12 (Including Graduated Seniors) ---- No Exceptions

Kids Camp 2016 - Kenton, OH


SoCal PK Retreat 2016 - Idyllwild, CA
SoCal PK Retreat / March 4-5, 2016 This is a retreat specifically put together for the children of UPC Pastors and Ministers in the Southern California District. We will stay in Idyllwild with great activities, food, and most importantly, ministry sessions where we will hear from God. Everything will be designed with the PK in mind. Speaker: Andrew Cox, Louisiana District Youth President Ages are 12-21. Price is only $95 (includes 1 night of lodging and all meals)

Indigenous Cultures Institute's FREE Summer Kid Camp - San Marcos, TX
Indigenous Cultures Institute FREE Summer Kid Camp July 11-15, 2016 Everyday from 8:00 am - 5:00 Free Lunch Everyday Activities More info view: www.indigenouscultures.org or call 512-393-3310

Youth Camp 2015 - Corbin, KY


LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Serving Mini Camp P.M. Session - Rice University Tudor Fieldhouse
A VERY important skill to work on! Become a better server by learning control, power, and effective serving techniques. *Note: This mini camp will have different drills from the morning session, so those attending both session will not repeat all of the same drills. 713-348-4795

Week 7 PM - Keelboat Adventures - NESS
Keelboat Adventures is a perfect fit for those kids who want to learn to sail on bigger boats. Our 23 foot Sonar will take these students all over Fishers Island Sound. A NESS instructor will be onboard while students learn how to work as a team to get this boat cruising. This class will cover the basics of rigging, steering and navigating this larger platform all while having fun. 860-535-9362

GEOLOGY ROCKS - Hopkins Campus
Become a Mad Science geologist as we explore Earth and its hidden treasures. Discover the wonders of rocks, fossils, dinosaurs, minerals and geological phenomena like earthquakes, mountains and volcanoes. Start your own rock and mineral collection, grow a crystal, build a sedimentary stacker and prepare a fossil to take home. This camp is hosted by Mad Science. 952-988-3463

American Girl Ballet Camp (August 1) - Matthews Community Center
Bring your American Girl Doll to watch you take a ballet class, then enjoy making a fun craft just for your doll. We will have American Girl Doll story-time plus a doll craft each day. On our final day, enjoy a Tea Party just for you and your doll. AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION MCC Room 101 at Matthews Community Center INSTRUCTOR Amanda Sheppard

WEEK 5: Ages 4-8: SPACE: REACH FOR THE STARS - SciTech Kids
Get ready for an amazing exploration of space. Kids will learn fun facts about the universe through hands-on activity that expand their mind. Topics include planetariums, constellations, space missions, building a satellite, lunar phases, planets, the International Space Station, tracking the Sun and how telescopes work. The week will conclude with a visit to the Planetarium and discussion of our balloon space launch in April 2015. Lunch and snacks are included. 212-804-7055

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