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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Plainfield West 9 Next Level Camp - Plainfield West 9
Next Level Camp The Next Level PGA Junior Golf Camps are for juniors who have played the game, show advanced skill development and are dedicated to taking their game to the next level. The camp takes a broad approach to cover all aspects of golf, including technology, the mental game and physical fitness. Campers are encouraged to join for at least 2-3 weeks for maximum improvement, but may sign up for individual weeks. Next Level Junior Campers must have a minimum of 2 years playing experience and turn 12 by 6/1/16. Next Level PGA Junior Camps offer small group instruction integrated with supervised course play. Advanced technologies including V1 Video Analysis and BodiTrak Balance Analyzer are used. TPI Fitness evaluation and training are part of the program. 1-888-742-7529
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Camp Huawni
 
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Distance
30.9 Miles
Address:
, Timpson, Texas 75975
Camp Huawni is a throwback to a simpler time and place. We believe that simple fun is the most fun, and our mission is...
Activities: Watermelon Fights Mud Fights Critter (a.k.a. Blog) Water Trolley/Zip Line...
Louisiana Lions Camp
 
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Distance
56.69 Miles
Address:
292 L Beauford Dr, Leesville, Louisiana 71496
Residential summer campfor youth with special needs and diabetes.
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Canoeing, Fishing, Golf, Nature/Environmental...
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San Augustine, TX Summer Camps

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Send A Kid To Camp FUNdraising Day - Bellefonte, PA
April 6 will be a day of FUNdraising at all 4 of our locations! Bring your spare change (or more) to help support sending kids to YMCA summer camps! This is one of the highlights of our Annual Campaign, so please stop at your Y and help us help our kids and communities. If you can't stop by, please consider giving online: http://www.ymcaofcentrecounty.org/support/donate/

Youth Camp 2015 - Smsfwb Youthcamp
Jr. Week Sun. June 7 - Fri. June 12 Director Josh West Evangelist Bro. Joe Tolbert Teen Week Sun. June 14 - Fri. June 19 Director Thomas Holloway Evangelist Bro. Allen Pointer

B PAT RAGER VIII : SUMMER CAMP - undefined, MI
She's back! and better than ever. The 8th installment of the famous "B Pat Rager" will be a high intensity weekend long camping event full of live music, mayhem, and a hangover that will last well into your work week. Expect the unexpected, our largest event did over 1.2k people. You have the freedom to bring what you want to your camping area (Sterio, bbq grill, pong table) As far as smashing on some food goes - our friend Craig Jackson will be bringing back his tasty BBQ cart There will be a NEW security team on the premises. ANY unwanted physical contact will NOT be tolerated at all. Every attendee is also subject to a weapon search (this is for your safety) If you havent been to a Rager, feel free to YouTube "B Pat Rager" and you will see videos from our prior events filmed by our house videographer/photographer SoundWave productions

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Equestrian Camps - Horseback Riding - Camp Olympia
Children will ride twice a day 4 times per week, swim every day, and do various unmounted horse activities including leading horses, unsaddling, grooming, bathing, cleaning tack, plus general barn responsibilities. There is no riding on Thursdays (horses much deserved day off- try running around in 90+ degree weather with a fur coat on), but the kids will have unmounted horse activities such as those listed above and have the opportunity to play Camp Game, traditional favorite. Long pants, smooth, hard soled shoes, bathing suit, towel, and lunch are needed every day. All camp forms must be completed and received by Camp Olympia before camper can attend this program. Campers must be on time as they depart with their groups right at 9:30am. SECONDARY CATEGORY Special Interest LOCATION Camp Olympia Riding Stable at Camp Olympia INSTRUCTOR Camp Olympia

Summer Hoops Basketball Camp - Sport Center
This camp is for children in grades 1st-3rd who are looking to learn to dribble, shoot and pass to a team mate. Class is taught by PE Teacher Laura Wehrman. AGE CATEGORY Youth (6yr+) LOCATION SC Basketball Court #2 at Sport Center SC Basketball Court #1 at Sport Center

Music, Movement & Sensory Play - Artists Exchange
Children will explore music, movement, art and sensory mediums through play! Students will work on self expression, personal growth and peer interactions by highlighting the achievements of educational and personal milestones through the making of music and art. Each week will have new musical themes and explore mixed medias within the arts. Closed for April Vacation (No Classes April 18-24). 401-490-9475

Week 9 PM - Hartley Adventures - NESS
Prerequisite: Hartley Level 2 or equivalent learn to sail class Lets go Sailing....Grab a partner or sail solo in this exciting class designed to get kids on the water as quickly as possible. This class is the perfect opportunity for students who know how to sail, who want to get out there, to simply go sailing. Students are introduced to more advanced sailing techniques, basic navigation and will work on improving their overall comfort with sailing around Stonington Harbor and Fishers Island Sound. Hartley 12s will be the primary boats for this class. Students may also be introduced to sailing 420s and Sonars as part of the class. 860-535-9362

Setting Mini Camp P.M. Session - Rice University Tudor Fieldhouse
This camp will focus on overhead setting, or taking the second ball with your hands. This is a skill everyone should learn. Overhead passing will also be covered in this camp. *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

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