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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Rock Creek Animal Week Camp - Meadowside Nature Center
Youll be surprised at all the different animals that call Rock Creek Regional Park their home! Splash in the creek, poke around in the pond, hike, explore, play games and create things, too. See animals up close and sharpen your observational skills as you look for animal signs and habitats. SECONDARY CATEGORY Nature Programs LOCATION Meadowside NC Classroom at Meadowside Nature Center
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NIKE Softball Camps at Columbus State University
 
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1.03 Miles
Address:
, Columbus, Georgia
Directing the camp once again is Brad Huskisson. Brad begins his third full year as the head coach of the Lady Cougars Softball team...
Activities: Youth Programs
Camp Viola
 
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Distance
39.07 Miles
Address:
PO Box 1526, Lagrange, Georgia 30241
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Religious Study, Recreational Swimming...
ASCCA
 
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Distance
55.35 Miles
Address:
PO Box 21, Jacksons Gap, Alabama 36861
We help people with disabilities achieve equality, dignity, and independence. This is accomplished through barrier-free camping, rec. and educational programs.
Activities: Season: Year-round.;Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Camp Seale Harris
 
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55.35 Miles
Address:
PO Box 21, Jacksons Gap, Alabama 36861
A wide variety of recreational activities offered during weekly sessions. Diabetes education / care provided by a comprehensive medical staff.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Backpacking, Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Horseback Riding...
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Phenix City, AL Summer Camps

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CrossTimbers Pre-Teen 5th-6th Camp - Davis, OK
CrossTimbers Pre-Teen 5th-6th grade camp pre-registration is open until July 24th. You can register @kidz.fbcada.org the cost is $180 per camper. Parents here is some information about CrossTimbers Children’s Mission Adventure Camp. It exists to support local church efforts to reach lost children in their communities and to raise up a generation of kids with an authentic walk with God who actively serve others with missional living. Learn biblical principles for worship, missions, evangelism, and life. Create and strengthen relationships with God, family, and others. Experience nature in a fun and safe environment. The camp is designed to offer four days of intentional spiritual investment in a child’s life. Day one: Evangelism Day two: Instruction from the Word Day three: Challenge to Serve Daily Day four: Camp Theme

Campus Life Alumni | Come Home for Christmas - Alma, MI
For almost 3 decades YFC and Campus Life have been a safe haven for 1000’s of middle and high school students. From weekly meetings, amazing volunteers, Mr. Happy Band, JV Dares, small groups, Florida Breakaway, JV Camp, Winter Weekend, DCLA, Colorado Challenge, pig scrambles and a good game of seek and destroy, there hasn’t been a dull moment. This holiday season we are inviting our Campus Life Alumni to Come Home For Christmas. On Thursday December 17th we invite you to join us from 7pm-9pm for a Campus Life Alumni open house. This is a great opportunity to see how the building has changed, share Campus Life memories, and hear how Campus Life is still giving life to so many kid’s stories. So come on out, enjoy some good eats, a warm cup of coffee, and share your Campus Life story. Please consider this your official invite. Simply indicate that you plan to attend. We look forward to seeing you.

Second Annual Fundraiser for Camp AmeriKids - Brooklyn, NY
This was a huge success last year - Help us by being a part of it again! $10 suggested donation gets you ~ A drink ticket & specials! Food! DJ! Raffles! 50/50! Don't miss it! The Fundraiser benefits both The Elm Project and Camp AmeriKids ~ "The mission of Camp AmeriKids is to enhance the lives of youth living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease by providing an enriching summer camp experience, year-round skill building and a supported transition to adulthood." http://www.campamerikids.org If you or your employer would be willing to make a donation of goods or raffle items, please let us know at [email protected] Camp AmeriKids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Their federal tax I.D. is 06-1431690 ----------------------------------------- Camp AmeriKids Program Overview: "Camp AmeriKids was founded in 1995 by Robert C. Macauley in the hopes of reaching out to an underserved population close to home. It is our firm conviction that youth, regardless of their economic, social or medical challenges should have the opportunity to experience the carefree joys of childhood. Each summer, Camp AmeriKids serves over 250 inner-city children living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease. Campers age 7 to 15 participate in one of two eight-day sessions held in late...

Mandatory Camp KidJam Parent Meeting - Sarasota, FL
MANDATORY PARENT MEETING: Wednesday, May 18, 2016 @ 7:30 p.m. in the FirstSarasota, Chapel building Please bring your completed forms to this meeting including the shot records requested.

Dessert Benefit & Silent Auction - Royal Family KIDS Camp #273 - Lewis
On Friday, April 29th, 2016, Royal Family KIDS Camp #273 will be hosting their annual Dessert Benefit & Silent Auction. The event will take place at the Lewiston Community Center (1424 Main Street - Lewiston, ID) from 6pm-9pm. The cost is $5/person, or $20 for a family of 5. This is our biggest fundraising event of the year. Royal Family KIDS Camp is a non-profit week-long summer camp for foster children who have been abused, abandoned, neglected, etc. All of the proceeds from this event go directly to the children we support. If you or your business would like to find out how to donate items, money, or services, and be featured in a Digital Auction Brochure that we will send to our members and local media prior to this event, please contact either Valerie Anne Miller or myself, and we can fill you in on the details. Thank you in advance! Valerie Miller - (208) 874-2990 Stephanie Defoyd - (208) 816-2497

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Power Kids Day Camp Week 3 FEMALE (Ages 5-9) - Blue Grass Christian Camp
Power Kids Day Camp is offered to those young ones going into Kindergarten thru Third grade. Power Kids Day Camp exposes younger children to many of the aspects of 7/11 Camp. Kids will arrive between 7:30AM and 8:30AM and leave at 5:30PM each day. 8592635239.0

April Vacation: Princess Week - Barn Second Floor
Has your little one ever wanted to be a Princess? This week is tailor made for them! We will learn princess etiquette, read princess stories, sing, dance and make a princess craft. The week will end with a special tea party where you can invite family and friends and meet real live princesses! Perfect for age 4-6. No class April 18th due to Marathon Monday. Instructor: Melissa Ennulat 508 435-9222

Girls Field Hockey Camp, Ages 10-14, Licensed - Longmeadow High School
Participants will improve on basic skills and knowledge of the game. The concepts of cooperation and teamwork, along with a chance to have fun, will be the main goals of the week. Participants need their own stick, mouth guard, shin guards and goggle s. Please pack a peanut free bag lunch water bottle and swim gear daily. Group cools off at Reynolds Pool at the end of the camp day. Pick up is at Reynolds Pool at Bliss Park. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BRING WATER BOTTLE, PEANUT-FREE LUNCH, SWIM GEAR, TOWEL, SUNSCREEN. PICK UP IS AT REYNOLDS POOL, BLISS PARK LOCATION HS Russell Girls Varsity Lax at Longmeadow High School INSTRUCTOR Ann Simons

SciTech Explorers - PS 198, K-1st, Mondays 2:25pm - PS 198M
SciTech Adventurers explore science, technology, engineering and math as they engage in hands-on activities and practices that scientists and engineers use to investigate the world around them. Each week, children are introduced to a STEM topic and do a hands-on activity that builds on their natural curiosity and problem-solving skills as they apply scientific concepts. Some of the winter themes include the digestive system, photosynthesis, wind power, earthquakes, hydroponics, hovercrafts, sound and robotics. 212-804-7055

Pet Care - The Evergreen School
Children love pets! Pet and animal lessons of responsibility and respect, imaginative thinking, and fun pet play will be had this week. Stories will be read, crafts created, fun pet snacks eaten, and a visit from some friendly pets. 206-957-1533

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