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Summer Camps in Pennsboro, WV

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Ferry to History - Thursday Camp 4-28-16 - PS87 Afterschool Program
Staten Island Ferry trip & Historic Richmond Town Take a trip on one of the citys oldest attractions as we hop onto the Staten Island Ferry, then continue on to Historic Richmond Town to learn about seventeenth-century life and traditions. Kids will travel to South Ferry by MTA Subway, then board a private bus to historic Richmond Town, and come back by bus, ferry, and subway to PS 87.
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WVU Jackson's Mill
 
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160 Wvu Jackson Ml, Weston, West Virginia 26452
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Challenge/Rope Courses, Community Service,...
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Pennsboro, WV Summer Camps

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Mission Teen WorkCamp - Scranton, PA
Help work to repair or modify the homes of families in need with other high school students from different denominations, states across the country and walks of life. Any students who are currently in 8-12th grade may participate. Dates: The Work Camp runs June 28-July 4, 2015 Payment Schedule: There is a 50.00 deposit due at registration, then 208.50 due by March 15 and then another 208.20 by May 15. All together the cost is 467.00 per teen. please email: [email protected] if you are interested. Video Link: http://youtu.be/6sldnbjksnY

Youth Advance 2016 - North East, MD
Youth Advance is a 3-day conference (March 4-6, 2016) where several hundred youth, parents, and leaders come together to explore, encounter and exalt Jesus Christ.

Ranger Kid Day Camp - Christmas, FL
RK Day Camp is for Ranger Kids and is a wonderful opportunity to visit unique places with boys of like interest. Check with your Event Coordinator for costs. You will need to bring your own lunch and drinks and we will have lunch on the grounds.

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Summer ID Camp 2 - Baker Rink (Check-In Location)
The Princeton Womens Soccer Summer ID Camp is designed for players entering grades 7-12 in Fall 2016 who have a desire to play collegiate soccer and specifically at Princeton University. Prospective student-athletes will be trained by Head Coach Sean Driscoll and his staff. Players will have the opportunity to work with and be evaluated by the Princeton Womens Soccer staff in a number of different soccer environments including technical training, small sided games, functional training, and full-sided games. Camp training activities will be comparable to the training conducted for the Princeton Womens Soccer Team. Morning sessions will consist of technical training and small sided game that work on speed of play and decision making within the game. Afternoon sessions will develop the ideas from the morning in a bigger environment. Night sessions will be full sided games with coaching/instruction from the staff coaches. (609) 258-3369

(TF1) Track and Field 1 - Outdoor Track
- Advanced technical and functional training in the following events: all jumps, pole vault, sprints, distance, and throws. - Video Analysis - Three 2-hour training sessions per day. 610 758 3589

Questers Camp - Vasona Lake County Park
Join us as YSI supports your quest for knowledge using hands-on science activities to discover interesting facts about the world around you. Discover how rocks are formed and practice rock sorting like a geologist. Take a closer look at snails and other animals with shells. Work as scientists to investigate spores and learn the mysteries behind mold by putting together an experiment to watch mold grow in a safe enclosed environment. As we move through our investigations extend your land-based quest and look to the sky and experiment with wind and learn the science of how clouds form. In addition to doing daily science activities we will have the opportunity to explore different park habitats, play games, and engage in fun craft projects. 408-827-5507

Junior Buffs Camp *click for description - Colorado Volleyball Camp
The Junior Buffs Camp is designed for the beginning player looking to learn or improve his or her skills. Campers will be divided into groups by age and skill level while learning appropriate movements and volleyball skills in a fun atmosphere. Whether you are new to the sport or just want a refresher course on basic skill in a pressure free environment, this camp is for you! Every registration requires full payment. A $50 fee will be retained on all cancellations for any reason to cover credit card fees and administrative expenses. The remaining amount will be credited back to ones account if paid by credit card. If paid by check, the University will cut a check back to the original payee. For prompt processing, refund requests should be made prior to the start of camp. A pro-rated fee system will be in effect for those campers only attending partial days of camp. All CU Camps are open to any and all only limited by number of campers, age and gender. *Limit 1 discount per household 3034925669.0

Elementary Robotics Repeat Session - UWF Main Campus
Explore robotics during this week-long camp designed for incoming 1st and 2nd graders. Campers will use LEGO WeDo technology to build mechanisms, learn correct troubleshooting procedures, and witness their hand-built creations come to life! Elementary Robotics will challenge campers with various engineering problems and develop their potential. By the end of the week, campers will be able to explain parts of the design process, have a better understanding of multi-step directions, and be more excited about robotics. 8504737468.0

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