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Summer Camps in Senath, MO

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Camp Will 2016 - Winstead Elementary - Offsite
This registration is for our Winstead Elementary location. If you need to register for our Walnut Grove Elementary location please search registration code 6318. Camp Will is a specialized therapeutic summer day camp for children, adolescents and young adults (ages 6 through 23 years) with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Our goal is to build confidence and self esteem, enhance social skills, foster independence, and provide an exciting and fun-filled summer through various activities, such as music, art, sports, recreation therapy, and more. This online registration is the first step of a two step process to enroll your child in Camp Will. Eligibility: Campers must be a resident of Williamson County, ages 6 through 23 years (campers must be 6 by May 31, 2016). New Campers: An assessment MUST be completed by a parent/legal guardian PRIOR to registration. Campers must also be present during the assessment. Please call (615) 790-5719 x2021 for more information or to schedule an appointment. Dates & Times: * May 31, 2016-July 15, 2016 * Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm * NO Camp on May 30th (Memorial Day) and July 4th (Independence Day) Location: Winstead Elementary School ...

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Hale Day Camp
my children have been going to Hale Day Camp for the past 10 years and loved it so much they ask to go back each year. For parents that work, it is a economic solution to keep their children safe, while being engaged in daily sports and games. Additional benefits include the convenient bus pick up & drop off times, daily activities focused on learning and physical activity, and friendships made with children from surrounding communities. My family & I strongly recommend... Read More...


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Kid's for Camp 3D Bow Shoot - Holmen, WI
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Youth Office is once again holding its 5th annual "KID'S FOR CAMP 3D BOW SHOOT" on June 11-12 beginning 8:00a.m. - 4:00p.m. each day. Whether you're an avid archer or just a beginner, this beautiful course set with 30 big and small game targets, in the hills and valleys of God’s country will challenge your archery skills while having fun with your hunting buddies and family members. The 3D shoot will take place at “Arrows in the Square Pro Archery Store” located on Casberg Coulee Rd near Holmen WI. 54636. Besides the 3D shoot, we will have food available on the grounds for purchase, novelty games to win tickets for door prizes, beginner archery lessons and so much more. Cost is only $15 (adult) $10 (12-16 years) and children 11 and under shoot for free with paid adult. Divisions with club rules will include: Hunters open, unlimited, limited, traditional, women’s and youth. Please share with all your archery friends and make plans today on attending this awesome 3D shoot while supporting and even more awesome cause, our youth!!

Kid's Camp Christmas - Ridgecrest, CA
Camp Christmas invites children in 4 year old Preschool through students in the 5th grade, to come and learn about Christmas meanings and symbols. Dinner will be provided. Registration forms are required and due upon arrival. Forms will be available in November.

Joplin High School Kids Winter Show Choir Day Camp - Joplin, MO
All area kids are invited to Joplin High School Show Choirs Kids' Winter Show Choir Day Camp on Saturday, December 17th! This all day camp is $65 per student for kids in grades 2-8. All proceeds will go to the JHS Show Choir Program. End of camp performance at 5 pm in Joplin High School's Coulter Auditorium. For more information, message us here or contact Monica Reynolds at [email protected]

Michigan Cru's Fall Getaway 2016 - Angola, IN
As we experience true love–a love that is there in the hard times as well as the good, a love that is there when we’re doing well or when we are failing, a love that will walk with us through healing as well as celebrate our victories–that is when we find true freedom. This kind of love is only found in a relationship with God through Jesus Christ. This will be a weekend of finding this kind of love as our speaker, Kevin Butcher, guides us through this topic. Join us for a weekend of fun community and spiritual growth as we head to Angola, Indiana for this year's Fall Getaway! Check is from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, October 14th. We'll have times of Biblical teaching and heartful worship, as well as plenty of time to just hang out and have fun together. And if you need to study, there is time for that too. We'll head back to campus after lunch on Sunday, October 16th. The cost is $60 for Freshmen and $80 for everyone else! This cost includes lodging for the weekend (Friday night; Saturday night) and 5 meals (3 Saturday; 2 Sunday). Click on the...

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Coasters Grades 2-3 - Community Cycling Center Bike Shop
From exploring new neighborhoods to spanning distances they didnt know they could ride, Coasters experience the empowerment of a week on two wheels. Riders build confidence in this camp by tackling many different riding situations both within parks and on the road. They also gain experience riding both up and downhill in conjunction with proper shifting techniques for those with geared bikes. Its not all hard work though – Coasters will take breaks from their bicycles by playing games in local parks. Its a packed week of fun! Please note: Coasters camp will ride on streets. To participate, riders must be able to consistently start and stop unassisted and ride in a straight line. Skills they will develop: • Proper execution of emergency and anticipated stops • Avoiding hazards • Shoulder check and scanning for cars • Identifying types of intersections and crossing safely • Controlling speed riding down a hill • Signaling and communicating with other road users • Tube patching 503-288-8864 x321

Skyhawks Flag Football - Redwood City Fields
Skyhawks Flag Football is the perfect introduction to America?s Game, or a great refresher to those who want to brush up on their skills preparing for league play. Through our skill of the day exercises, campers will learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core components of passing, catching, and de-flagging or defensive positioning - all presented in a fun and positive environment. The week ends with the Skyhawks Super Bowl, giving participants a chance to showcase their skills on the gridiron! All participants receive a t-shirt, water bottle, and a player evaluation. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 12:1. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Participants should wear appropriate clothing, running shoes, bring two snacks, and a water bottle. Please apply sunscreen prior to arrival at camp. Also, please send snacks and adequate supplies of water. Only adults on approved check-out list will be permitted to pick up camper at the end of the day. ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Youth (Age 5-17) LOCATION Mitchell - 49er Field at Redwood City Fields INSTRUCTOR Skyhawks Sports ,

Jr. Space Engineer - San Juan Del Rio Catholic School
Using LEGO® bricks, campers will design and build structures and space vehicles for living on far away planets. Campers will utilize a variety of LEGO® bricks including motors, gears, lights, and sensors. Space Engineer includes instruction on the Earth, Moon, stars, and planets as well as the scientific topics of force, friction, simple machines, and gravity. Campers will also join the crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS) to learn about propulsion, friction and more. Counselors will assign specific projects each day that include: a rotating satellite, space buggy, a stunning spaceship, terrestrial homes that can withstand alien atmospheres and a host of other exciting projects. Campers will work in teams to complete their missions. Our camps are 9am-4pm with pre and post camp options available as well! Please pack a peanut-free snack, bag lunch and refreshment for your child. Each camper receives one free camp t-shirt with each week of registration - order as many extras as you want at checkout! Dont forget to download our camp Welcome Packet on our website for additional camp details, rules, and more! 904-287-8603

Rainforest Adventure Camp - Slauson Middle School
Rainforest Adventure Camp - NEW! Your child has the chance to embark on a "Rainforest Adventure" this summer. Campers combine art and engineering skills to conceive and construct the four layers of the rainforest. Walking the "camouflage trail" campers learn the importance of animal adaptation and what can be done to help protect our fragile ecosystems. On the last day, campers will present forest facts and escort their parents on an exciting rainforest tour. Sign up today to explore the tallest treetops and unveil the majesty of the mysterious forest floor! Campers will be divided by grade into developmentally appropriate groups. Enroll now ! Early Bird discounted fee of $229 ends April 18th at 5pm. Monday - Friday. Camp fees include any field trips. Director: Eileen Bigham. Extended care is available, please enroll with ID#2401.406. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $AVE! Enroll one camper in 4 or more full day camps in one transaction and receive 10% off each camp. For online registration, discount is applied at check out. GRADES Kindergarten - 8th Grade LOCATION SLAUSON SCHOOL at Slauson Middle School PREREQUISITES 2014-2015 Hooked on Fun Camp Registration INSTRUCTOR Eileen Bigham

5) Yellow Strikers - Bolles San Jose Campus
Our "Yellow Strikers" class is designed for those players who are actively competing. Typically, this includes high school varsity and/or ranked players. Players will refine technical form, physical fitness and mental toughness to prepare for advanced level competition. Building upon a sound tennis foundation coaches will foster an understanding of the singles and doubles strategies necessary to compete at the tournament level. *Entrants must sign up for a minimum of 2 days per week.* 904-256-5071

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