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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Spring Break Youth Camp - Roadrunner Baseball Field
Check In & Late Registration: 7-8 AM, March 6 at Roadrunner Field Session Hours: Monday, 8 AM - 4 PM, Tuesday, 8 AM - 12:00 PM Campers need to bring a sack lunch on Monday. Camp is situated in the calender to help youth age players get back in the flow of playing baseball and to get ready for the spring season. Camp will consist of hitting, throwing, fielding, bunting, and baserunning. Cost includes: T-Shirt and camp tuition, Plus 1 ticket to UTSA vs. Texas State Baseball game on Tuesday, March 15, 6:00 PM at Roadrunner Field 210-458-4811
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Shetek Lutheran Ministries
 
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Distance
50.13 Miles
Address:
14 Keeley Island Dr, Slayton, Minnesota 56172
Lake setting. Programs and facilities for all ages all year around. Beautiful island with medium & high comfort living.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Community Service, Leadership...
Camp Ojibway
 
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Distance
54.18 Miles
Address:
17087 Ttt Rd, Eden Valley, Minnesota 55329
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Fishing, Music, Religious Study,...
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Sacred Heart, MN Summer Camps

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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

2016 Youth Camp 2 - Oxford, PA
more information to follow on deadlines and studios

Teen CAMP 2015 - Waycross, GA


Kids/PreTeen Camp- July 17-22 - Smicksburg, PA
Kids going into the 3rd through 6th grade in the Fall of 2016 are invited to join us for the best week of the summer. The cost is only $130 for week. Partial scholarships are available. For more information contact Pam Kirkland at [email protected]

Being Jewish on Campus - West Hartford, CT
Being Jewish on campus can be confusing. Many colleges offer a range of ways to enhance your Jewish experience - but college can also challenge some deeply held beliefs, especially with regard to Israel and international politics. This program brings 11th and 12th graders and their parents together with the experts in the field for a deeper conversation about what it means to be Jewish on campus. The program will feature: -Cafe Dilemma, a teens-only conversation with a professional young adult facilitator -A parent discussion with Stephanie Hausner, Director of Community Strategy for IAN - The Israel Action Network -A panel discussion by local college students Kindly RSVP to Stacy Jennings by Tuesday, November 1 to [email protected] or 860.737.6130 Event Committee: Melissa Weinstock, Chair - Staci Coelho - Robin Fierston - Caroyln Gitlin - Wendy Habelow - Charna Kaufman - Dana Keller - Robin Landau - Ellen Rosenberg - Judy Singer Presented by JTConnect and by the Jewish Community Relations Council, The Commission on Jewish Education and Leadership, and the Women's Philanthropy Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford

I'm going to Durley Camp 2016! - Greenville, IL
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SC-1a&p: Art History: Famous Artist Time Machine - Summer Camp
AM: Get inspired by artists from the renaissance to modern art PM: Make pop art, cubist, surrealist & expressionist art works Students who register for both morning and afternoon sessions will need to bring their own packed lunch to eat during the 12:00-1:00 break. Campers will be supervised by REACH Staff during the lunch break. An automatic $10 discount will be given at check-out when you register a student for both morning and afternoon camp sessions on the same week. 5179993643.0

Session 1 Boy Camper ~ I Am Legend - Foothill Horizons
I Am Legend - This session has an age limit of 10 years old and older. Can you help Robert Neville save mankind? A new virus is spreading worldwide, changing normal people into hostile mutants! Help Robert create an anti-virus remedy before its too late! Warning! This week will be scary, thrilling, and intense! 209-532-6673 x110

Tumbling Camp (Ages 7-12) - Stuart Community Center
Campers will enjoy a week of tumbling instruction in the gym along with some fun crafts, games, and other festivities! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *Adult involvement may be required. ACTIVITY OTHER CATEGORY Youth LOCATION Gym 2 at Stuart Community Center INSTRUCTOR Abbey Gingrich Jamie Ott

Austin Public Library Friends Foundation - Austin Public Library Friends Foundation
The Austin Public Library Friends Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonrprofit organization that supports the Austin Public Library by increasing public awareness about the library and its importance to the community, and enhancing library collections, programs, and facilities. 512-542-0076

Plankton Pioneers - Marine Science Institute
Plankton Pioneers enjoy being introduced to marine science through hands on activities, interactions with live animals, plus themed crafts, games and songs. A highlight of this camp is a day aboard our ship spent fishing, exploring mud, and viewing plankton through a microscope. Snack provided, please pack a lunch. Extended care available until 5:30 pm. Scholarships available. Please apply separately and pay the $100 deposit to hold your space. 6503642760.0

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