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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Basketball Camp Session 3 - Cleo Dumaree
GIRLS ONLY Beginner players will learn the fundamentals of the game while experienced players will receive instruction to take their game to the Next Level. Next Level Camp Includes: 5-on-5 & 3-on-3 Games; Speed, Agility and Quickness Training; Character and Leadership Development Classes; Guest Speakers; Official Camp T-shirt; Weekly Awards. Flexible drop off time between 7:15-9 am. Flexible pick up time between 4-5:30 pm. Breakfast and lunch provided. For more information, please visit www.columbusrecparks.com. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Payment Information Payment by credit card is required at time of registration. You may choose to pay your camp in full or make a $10 non-refundable deposit per week. Your credit card will automatically be charged one week prior to each session. Refund Information In order to receive a refund, a request must be called in to 645-7000 10 business days prior to camp session and followed up with an email or explanatory letter before the refund will be processed. Refunds requested between five and 10 business days prior to camp session will receive a 50 percent refund; and requests received less than five business days prior to camp...
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Park River Bible Camp
 
5.0 (1)
Distance
47.25 Miles
Address:
106 Solid Rock Cir, Park River, North Dakota 58270
PRBC is a camp and retreat ministry for all ages that encourages a faith relationship with Jesus Christ through bible study, worship,music and fellowship....
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Climbing/Rappelling, Counselor Training (CIT), Drama,...
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Pembina, ND Summer Camps

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Oasis Summer Camp in the Mountains: ADOPTED - Gatlinburg, TN
Oasis in the Mountains: ADOPTED Students (Grades 7-12) are invited to join us for our annual Summer Camp from Jully 22-25. Registration is open and you can register at www.mbcpetal.com Camp will be held at Wafloy Retreat Center in the mountains of Tennessee. Our speaker this year will be Kevin Cooper and music will be led by the Christ Layton Band. Cost is $275 which includes a deposit of $75 to reserve your spot. Space is limited so register as soon as possible. Deadline to register is May 8.

All American Youth Rodeo Association Camp & Rodeo Series - Fresno, TX
Due to Road Construction AAYRA 2015 Youth Rodeo Series will relocate. 2015 Schedule Changes Kick-Off Rodeo Saturday, July 18, 2015 Jack Brooks Rodeo Arena & Fair Ground in Hitchcock, Texas 10 Jack Brooks Rd. Hitchcock, Texas 77563 Lomax Arena 1508 1/2 Lomax Road La Porte, Texas 77571 Saturday, August 8, 2015 Sunday, August 23, 2015 Saturday, August 29, 2015 Saturday, September 26, 2015 Sunday, October 11, 2015 Sunday, December 13, 2015 – (Location to be announced) *******ATTENTION BULL RIDERS********** You must call in to 412-229-7241 (412-AAYRA-41) by 9pm on Wednesday before each show to get a bull for rodeo. No call-ins will be taken for any other events. Books open at 10am before the show and close at 12pm. Pre-Registration can be done online. Please send an email to [email protected] for more information.

Show:Tell, Workshop for Teen Writers & Artists at IPRC Turns 10 years
Show:Tell, The Workshop for Teen Writers & Artists turns 10 years old! Happy Birthday, Show:Tell! Past teen campers, past & present faculty & guest writers (Matthew Dickman & Karen Russell among others) will give readings. Show:Tell, formerly run by Marylhurst University, is now hosted by the Independent Publishing Resource Center (www.iprc.org). Here is information on the 2016 Show:Tell Workshop! http://www.iprc.org/education/show-tell-camp/

YouthPass to the Future! Campaign Kick-Off - Portland, OR
Youth Environmental Justice Alliance (YEJA) presents... YouthPass to the Future! Campaign for Free Bus Passes Do you believe in Youth Power? in Transit Justice? Come to our "YouthPass to the Future" Campaign Kick-Off! OPAL's multi-racial youth program, Youth Environmental Justice Alliance, is organizing a community event to raise awareness about a campaign to sustain and expand the YouthPass program in Portland. Our goal for the campaign is to show the city, TriMet, our schools, and our community that affordable public transportation is important for youth to lead healthy lives, be able to thrive, and be successful. The youth-led event will officially launch our campaign and engage with community members and decision makers, especially in East Portland neighborhoods. There will be educational booths about transit justice, powerful youth testimonies, and cool performances! YouthPass to the Future Campaign: We want all high school students in Portland to be able to go to school and access opportunities that prepare them for success. Transit is an educational right! Let's permanently fund YouthPass and expand it to Parkrose and David Douglas High Schools! Free food. Guest speakers. Youth Stories. Performances.

Fireworks! Send a kid to Camp! - Santa Maria, CA
A portion of your fireworks purchase goes directly to sending students to camp, keeping event prices low / free at FCC's Student Ministry, and enabling students to hear the Gospel! There are a TON of places to buy fireworks for July 4, but we hope you choose to buy from FCC's Student Ministry!

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Woodworking - PM - Woodworking
Learn a new skill and develop a new hobby this summer! Each camper will have the opportunity to work with a variety of tools and materials and every boy will be provided personal guidance while working on two to three individual projects during this special one-week tutorial session. A variety of wood project ideas and wood species will be offered. Possible projects may include constructing a bookshelf, birdhouse, wooden clock, jigsaw puzzle and carving a bowl or candleholder on a wood lathe. Woodworking experience is not required, only a desire to learn new skills. This specialty camp came into being at the request of campers and parents and has limited enrollment available for instructional purposes. We have envisioned this workshop to have the following goals: 1. To provide a hands-on course that initiates the learning of a new skill during the summer and the development of a lifelong hobby. 2. To learn basic carpentry skills and the proper use of a variety of tools. 3. To encourage pride in ones work and craftsmanship through projects that a boy wants to take home. Cost: $295 (plus the later purchase of individual project wood) Staff: Andrew Reed, Head of the Middle School,... 301-365-4300

Junior Flyers 1 - University of Dayton
Junior Flyers offers younger campers an opportunity to experience Dayton basketball first hand. This one-day camp allows youngsters a preview of the Dayton Day Camp experience. Focusing on the fundamentals of basketball and having fun, this camp hopes to create a passion to play in young players. Staffed exclusively by the UD coaching staff and select players. The camp will run from 9 a.m. to noon each session. If a camper signs up for multiple sessions, the additional sessions will be discounted, but only one T-shirt will be distributed per camper 937-229-4421

Art Innovations 6th-8th - Art Unleashed!
Travel back in time and learn about great art innovations in history. From pinhole cameras to tessellations, students will explore a wide variety of techniques and materials. 314-628-1024

2016 RVA 9-14 yr. old Fishing Camp - St. Catherines School
Our Richmond day camp for 9-14 year old runs Mon-Fri from 8:30 to 4:30. We have designed the camp to teach the entire process of fishing from rigging rods, tying knots, baiting hooks, to driving boats with trolling motors, all while introducing campers to the great wealth of fishing opportunities the area has to offer from catching bass and bluegill in private farm ponds to smallmouth bass and flathead catfish on the James River. 804-272-6362

Lacey Camp (Outdoor) - REGULAR Session 3 - 2016 - City of Hanford
Grades: K - 12th This weeks theme "Super Hero Week" Parents, is your child ready to have fun and make new friends this summer? If yes, then bring your child to the coolest hot spot in town. The Lacey Park Day Camp is full of fun activities for children grades K thru 6th. This is an outdoor recreation camp. Campers will learn about the benefits of being physically active; as well as, having a healthy lifestyle in the outdoors. Each week campers will engage in various group games, art projects, participate in a talent show and weekly field trips to the Hanford Teen Center, Hanford Plunge and the local Library. Free breakfast and lunch will be provided. A weekly food menu will be provided at request. If your child has a particular taste, you may consider bringing a sack lunch for your child. The park in the summer is hot, please send your child to the park with a bottle of water and sunscreen. Staff will provide an igloo of cold water for refills. Please have your campers wear comfortable play clothes and tennis shoes. Campers will go to the Hanford Teen Center...

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