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Summer Camps in Shelby, MT

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Camper Sampler - DC6 - Balboa Campus
Try it all! Climb the treehouse, have a dance party, or learn how to tie knots. Dabble in your favorite camp pastimes, including art, outdoor skills, and teambuilding. Make friends and enjoy singing, playing and working on badges together. End the week with a day-time campfire and cookout. Campers entering grades 4-6 will also participate in archery. Cookie Eligible. 619-610-0821

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Youth Skills Camp - Pensacola, FL
Dates: November 21 & 22 Time: 9:45-3:00pm both days Ages: females 8th grade and below (fastpitch only) Cost: $40 per player Pre-Registration due by Friday, November 13, 2015 Mail release form and payment (checks payable to PFHS Softball Booster Club) to: Coach Tara Blackwell Pine Forest High School 2500 Longleaf Dr. Pensacola, Fl 32526 OR attend the pre-registration at the PF softball complex on Fri, November 6 @ 5pm. ***Athletes that are registered early will receive a free camp t-shirt. Box lunches, unlimited water and shirts for pre- registered athletes will be provided. There will be extra camp shirts for sale for $15. Proceeds will benefit the Pine Forest Softball Program. Contact Coach Tara Blackwell (850-380-4163, [email protected]) for questions or concerns, and for information packet containing detailed schedule and release form.

Winter Teen Camp 2017 - undefined, MT
Dates: February 17-19, 2017 (Friday-Sunday) Times: Camp starts 6 PM on Friday, ends at 9 AM on Sunday Ages: 4-H Age 13-19 (Age of youth on Oct. 1, 2016) and chaperones Registration Deadline: Friday, January 27, 2017 – complete forms and return to Extension Office Cost: $40 for Ravalli County Youth, $75.00 (Out of County), write checks to Ravalli County 4-H. Requirements: All counties must provide chaperones. Youth and chaperones must stay at the camp until checked out. Activities include fun workshops, private pool and gym party at the athletic club, dance, and more. Questions? Contact the Ravalli County Extension Office at 375-6611 Detailed information about the event will be sent to campers two weeks after registration closes. In addition to the 2017 Teen Winter Camp Application, participants must complete the following paperwork: • Youth and Adult Medical Release Form These forms are available on the Montana 4-H Website: http://montana4h.org/#resource:Forms under “Event Forms” • Complete forms, event registration and return with payment (written to Ravalli County 4-H) to your county Extension Office. • Counties will send in one registration packet with complete payment (written to Ravalli County 4-H) to Ravalli County Extension Office, 215 S. 4th Street, Ste G, Hamilton, MT 59840

Teen Intensive Summer Camp 2016 - Scotts Valley, CA
This 3 week teen intensive is back by popular demand. Our teens love this camp. This camp is a trip and travel camp based out of Santa Cruz Mountains in N. Ca. Rappelling, White Water Rafting, Leadership, Firearms Safety Training, Trap Shooting, Basic Hunter Ed, Bow Hunting, Nature Photography, Backpacking, Friction Fire, Fishing, Fly-tying, Hiking, Backcountry Cooking, Horsemanship, Archery, Advanced Scout Training including Wilderness Skills and more. Registration is open call today to reserve your teens spot ((831-431-6454), Registrations will go to lottery on Dec. 1, 2015.

CentriKid Camp - www.centrikid.com - Middletown, MD
CentriKid Camp is a 5-day, 4-night camp for kids who have completed 3rd through 5th Grades to experience the times of their lives and learn more about the message of Jesus! Cost: $365 (room, 11 meals, bible study, games, t-shirt and so so much more!) DEADLINE TO REGISTER MAY 1st!!! Register here: CentriKID Camp 2016 Check it out here: http://centrikid.com/

Youth Camp Odyssey 2015 "Unbreakable" - Running Springs, CA
"UNBREAKABLE" Ecclesiastes 4:12 $160

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Spring Break Day 3 - The Art Center
Explore the art of creating music, sculptural exploration with paper, found objects, plastic and wood 970-243-7337 x2

Cindy the Science Lady: Science Terrific I - Harding Cordova
Science Terrific I: In this lab class students will be introduced into how to do real science experiments. They will learn how to use real pipetts, beakers and graduated cylinders. They will do test for surface tension, density, and conductivity. Students will test different scientific principles each week including gravity and magnetism. These student scientists will learn to make predictions and then test their hypothesis. 901-322-3002

Minecraft Mania - Wattles Club
Mine blocks of diamond, fend off creepers and endermen, and build to your hearts content! Let your creativity run rampant in the wonderful world of Minecraft. 503 232 0186

86.5-16 Blue Division Goalie - Valley Sports Arena Rink 2
If youre a mite A or squirt B goalie (ages 7 - 9), and already have a couple years of hockey under your belt, this is your division. Weekly skill sessions are what you need to continue building your skills, and the competitive games will keep you fighting to win! 978-371-3355

Survivalist Hiker Add-On - Middle School
This outdoors-oriented camp provides an ideal introduction to scouting, teaching the basics of camping, hiking, and survival. Using the expansive 60 acre Portledge campus and adjacent Coffin woods, campers learn how to hike paths, pitch tents, ration supplies, find resources, make maps, and apply critical thinking skills not just to survive, but to thrive in the great outdoors. A backpack and light camping gear are recommended, but not required. (516) 750-3104

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