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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Creative Adventures at Savannah Country Day - SCDS
Creative Adventures is an introduction to performing arts while learning to play creatively. We will utilize theatre exercises and "games" that assist in developing verbal and fine motor skills. We will pantomime, sing, and dance to music. Simple costume pieces and instruments are utilized. We also focus on the art of storytelling and how we can use our minds, voices, bodies and the space around us. We will create basic props, puppets and masks related to the stories to assist in the retelling and acting out a story. Card stock, paper bags, and art supplies are some of the materials used to create these items since the focus is on retelling and acting out the story not making an art project. End of Session Performance: On our last class day for this session, Friday, we will have a demonstration of the activities your child has participated in this week. It will be during the last 30 minutes of camp (11:30). Pictures and videos are allowed. Please take into consideration that your child may or may not feel self conscious with you and other parents watching. They may not perform or participate the same as they have in camp. Instructor: Cynthia... 912-961-8859
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Shetek Lutheran Ministries
 
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50.5 Miles
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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...
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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

Teen 2, 2016 - Leesburg, FL
Two Brothers - Teen 2, 2016

2015 End of Summer Guys Youth Camp - Gatlinburg, TN
This is the first youth camp hosted by St. Nofer Youth Meeting. We will be going to Gatlinburg, TN. The Cabin reserved is located in Gatlinburg on one of the highest peaks and the views of Mt. Le Conte are just spectacular, downtown Gatlinburg and Ober Gatlinburg ski resort by day and the beautiful city lights by night. We will have 2 Lectures, PEP talks, spiritual discussions, chats among the youth, a lot of entertainments using the cabin features, all that aside from touring around the city. This Camp will be a guys only camp. Dates: September 25th – 27th (LEAVE FRIDAY at 5:00 PM— RETURN SUNDAY at 8:00 PM) The cost is $85/person (3 days, 2 nights) The cost includes: Cabin, Transportation, and Food Note: TBD attraction (additional cost will be added depending on the attraction). Spots Available: 30 SPOTS ONLY (First come first serve) DEADLINE: SUNDAY AUGUST 30th, 2015

YouthPass to the Future! Campaign Kick-Off - Portland, OR
Youth Environmental Justice Alliance (YEJA) presents... YouthPass to the Future! Campaign for Free Bus Passes Do you believe in Youth Power? in Transit Justice? Come to our "YouthPass to the Future" Campaign Kick-Off! OPAL's multi-racial youth program, Youth Environmental Justice Alliance, is organizing a community event to raise awareness about a campaign to sustain and expand the YouthPass program in Portland. Our goal for the campaign is to show the city, TriMet, our schools, and our community that affordable public transportation is important for youth to lead healthy lives, be able to thrive, and be successful. The youth-led event will officially launch our campaign and engage with community members and decision makers, especially in East Portland neighborhoods. There will be educational booths about transit justice, powerful youth testimonies, and cool performances! YouthPass to the Future Campaign: We want all high school students in Portland to be able to go to school and access opportunities that prepare them for success. Transit is an educational right! Let's permanently fund YouthPass and expand it to Parkrose and David Douglas High Schools! Free food. Guest speakers. Youth Stories. Performances.

Open House-Free Kid's Spanish Camp Demo - Bellmore, NY
Plan your child's summer activities now!! Come and see how our 6-week Summer Camp will immerse your child in the Spanish language and culture through FUN lessons related to summertime, music, movement lessons, cooking, science, visual arts, games and more. 6 weeks at All About Spanish Camp with our amazing teachers will boost your child’s Spanish language skills while having a ton of FUN.

Welcome To Camp Firewood Circa 1995 (Improvised Wet Hot American Summe
The setting is Camp Firewood, the year is 1995. A new batch of kids have arrived at Camp Firewood. It's the last day before everyone goes back to the real world, but there's still a summer's worth of unfinished business to resolve. It's still Jewish. It's still weird. It's completely improvised. We're taking it higher and higher. CAST THE COUNSELORS: Irene Carroll (as Beth), Mehdi Barakchian, Jamie Leelo, Chris Griggs, Joel Shaughnessy, Langston Belton THE CAMPERS: Leah Evans, Ronny Pascale, Marisa Brau, Gregory Lotsvin, Stephen Thornton, Karen Summerton GENE THE COOK: Brian Hansbury TECH/CAN OF VEGETABLES: Mike Sause

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Session #5 - San Pablo Reservoir Tuesday/Thursday - San Pablo Reservoir
Our middle school program focuses on the essentials of rowing in the stable training barge and then both sculling (rowing with two oars each) and sweep rowing (rowing with one oar each). The athletes row in the training barge, coxed quads, eight-person boats, and they learn valuable skills such as teamwork, fitness conditioning, and safety on the water. The middle school program is coached by high-level coaches who make learning to row easy and fun. 5109264100.0

Craft Camp: Xtreme Minecraft - Community Activities Building
Its time to take your craft to the next level! Well learn the basics of coding mods using Java and Eclipse IDE, and dive deep into video production and game design concepts. Well focus on what makes great games, screencasts and mods great, and learn to use a variety of powerful tools to help make our ideas a reality. ** All campers who attend Minecraft Challenge first are invited to attend Xtreme Minecraft, regardless of age.** ACTIVITY SECONDARY CATEGORY Youth (Age 5-17) LOCATION CAB Rm #1 at Community Activities Building INSTRUCTOR Techsplosion ,

Little Aquanauts (Week 5 AM) - Mission Splish Splash - NESS
Enlist in the splish splash mission to get a taste of kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, and surfing practice safely in the harbor. Venture into the tidal splash zones to see what types of animals thrive in this harsh environment and use magnifying glasses to get closer looks of the adaptations these animals use for survival. 860-535-9362

Natural History - Week 2 - Natural History
Can you tell a bird from its call? Identify a mammal from its prints in the mud? Ever wonder where flying squirrels live? How to catch a snake or a bullfrog? Come join us as we adventure through creeks, marshes, forests, and the many natural places of beauty we have to explore on The Heights campus and all around the metropolitan area. The various ingredients of this camp make for a fantastic summer experience. From the personal attention and fun atmosphere of learning, to the outdoor adventures and games, this is an experience hard to beat or imitate. Activities: short classes, nature walks, daily journal, creek exploration, games, field and fishing trips, and specimen collection. Session I will focus on mammals, reptiles, and birds. Session II will focus on insects and trees. Staff Anton Vorozhko teaches 6th grade homeroom in the middle school. Contact Anton Vorozhko at The Heights School, Notes Save plastic jars with caps and old shoes. The normal dress is basic outdoor attire (shorts and gym shoes). Campers should bring a bag lunch and drink from home. 301-365-4300

KODA Youth Girls (Ages 13–16) - Camp Mark 7
Camp Mark Seven offers a place where hearing children of Deaf parents could come together to learn about, and better understand the two worlds that they simultaneously live in, and where they could explore, identify, and strengthen their unique C/KODA identities and develop individually as leaders. All of this would occur, ideally, in a recreational camping environment that would foster a lot of interaction and activities for each child and youth. Program activities: Swimming and tubing. Paddle a canoe on the chosen rivers/lakes and camp out under the stars. Low ropes course. Diverse outdoor games. Arts & crafts. Hike different mountains. Evening Bonfires. Shopping in Old Forge and Inlet. Campers will create skits for Parents Night; Parents Night is offered at the end of the program, and family members are invited to come and watch their childs skits. CM7 shirt included. 315 207 5706

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