Summer Camps in Spearville, KS
This course develops leadership skills for middle school students in preparation for High School and beyond. Students spend time in discussion around Harkness Tables, in leadership sessions, in class learning from EHS teachers, participating in PE oriented competitions, and visiting with guest speakers. The leadership camp focuses on hands-on applied projects in various disciplines while covering topics such as public speaking, study skills, writing, technology, and organization. Students participate in team building activities while learning to delegate, rely on others, and practice decision-making skills. Applicants should carry high expectations of themselves and be interested in academic and personal development. 615-383-0661
Latest Review for Camp Grosvenor
Extending the Fun of the Club
Our kids have been going to the local Boys and Girls club for the past year but this was the first time they ventured out for summer camp. I'm so glad they did. They got to try out so many new things. One of the big hits was the work in the garden. Now they want to turn out backyard into a vegetable patch. If this is the summer where they learned to love salad I will be eternally grateful!... Read More...
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Camp KidJam - Greenwood, SC
You don't want to miss out on this! Camp KidJam is a wildest camp for the funnest kids! (Completed 2-4th grades) This week in the Summer will be the greatest week of your child's life! They'll have an opportunity to unplug, and learn alongside their leaders and friends how to... Listen to God Talk to God and even share their faith. We'll have fun with wacky games, awesome worship, and the best friends all in between! Register today!!!!
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/
Send a kid to camp - Siler City, NC
Benefit Bike ride helping send kids to camp
Royal Family Kid's Camp Annual Fundraiser - Modesto, CA
Join us for an evening of fantastic entertainment and support local foster kids at the same time! Contact Joe Swain or the Gallo center for tickets!
Summer Camp Wednesdays : Week 8 featuring Flaccid - Urbana, IL
Come out to celebrate the 8th Summer Camp Wednesday featuring live music from Flaccid. You’ll be one step closer to winning a FREE ticket to Summer Camp Music Festival! Doors at 9pm Show at 10pm $3 Cover Must be 18+ to Enter Summer Camp Wednesdays will feature a rotation of central Illinois-based bands each week that you’ll also be able to see at this year’s festival, plus $3 Real Long Island Iced Teas and from 9-11pm FREE Manolo's Pizza & Empanadas! And the best part is… you’ll be in the process of winning a FREE Summer Camp Music Festival ticket! For full details on the contest, check out our website! http://canopyclub.com/ For details on Summer Camp Music Festival, check out: http://summercampfestival.com/ _______________________________________________ http://www.stayflaccid.com/
Theme 3: Energy and Sustainability [Urban Infrastructure] - Wow Science - Voorhees
In this theme, campers will explore how people use and work with energy as they develop and apply concepts of energy sources, energy receivers, energy transfer, energy chains, and energy storage. Specifically, we will conduct projects and experiments under the following topics: sun angle versus heating effect, how we measure energy, a Rube Goldberg energy chain, hydropower, an electric circuit, storing energy up a hill, energy trapped in the earth, model waterwheel, embodied energy, lowering environmental impact, and the greenhouse effect. Under the topic of sustainability, campers will examine the importance of the environmental sustainability of systems and activities related to urban infrastructure. Specifically, they will explore the following topics this summer: planning a sustainable community, solar water heater, solar lamp, evaluating runoff in their neighborhood, local natural hazards, model a biogas collector, build a composting system, and conduct a sustainability audit. Of course topics and associated activities will vary based on camp cohort – junior, main, or teen camp. We will spend the latter part of the program imagining and constructing how energy and sustainability might apply in space. Week 5 Field Trip: Friday, July 29. Liberty Science Center, NJ Week 6 Field Trip: Thursday, August 4. ACUA Water... 8775412267.0
Camp Counselor Application - Ensworth School
For Ensworths Lower-Middle School Camp Counselor positions, please fill out the following pages and submit your application online for consideration. Before beginning the online application, please review the online camp brochure and the application questions for preview available on the Summer Camps page of the Ensworth web site. The application is open to current Ensworth students who are age 14 or older by June 1. We typically receive many more applications than positions available; not everyone who applies will receive a position. This is a competitive process where camp directors review the applications and make decisions regarding these paid job positions between April 1 and May 1. 615-383-0661
Babysitters in Training Camp @ Miller Creek School - Miller Creek School
Marinwoods camp for middle school students mixes the skills taught in babysitter training with the fun of camp! Campers will learn basic child care, the business of babysitting, become certified in Pediatric CPR and First Aid, and receive an American Red Cross Babysitter Training Certificate. They will also practice cooking skills, learn kid-friendly games, go swimming and have the opportunity to work with our youngest camps. This week will leave campers with the confidence and knowledge to start taking care of little ones! Camp fee includes babysitter handbook & certificate and First Aid/CPR certification. Participants must pass a written and skills test to be certified in First Aid & CPR. LOCATION Miller Creek School INSTRUCTOR Marinwood Staff
Spring Day Camp (6-12) - Week 2 - Gonzales Community Center
Doesnt it seem like the Holiday Breaks are longer these days? Are you wondering what your kids can do besides sit at home? Never fear, DAY CAMP IS HERE! Sign up your child(ren) for a local camp that is full of play, activities and friends. Space is limited, so sign up early. Pre-registration is required. Camp is located at the Gonzales Center. LOCATION Room B at Gonzales Community Center INSTRUCTOR Recreation Staff
Ping Pong Camp Grades K-8 - Slauson Middle School
Ping Pong New Calling all table tennis players looking for a new spin on one of the fastest growing sports in the world. Players of all levels are welcome in this fun and exciting camp where table tennis will be brought to the Ann Arbor community like never before. Learn how to serve, hit, and place the ball accurately on the table, as well as how to hold your paddle, game strategy, the history of table tennis and so much more! You wont want to miss out on this one of a kind camp. Sign up today and well see you at the table!  Campers will be divided by grade into developmentally appropriate groups. Enroll now ! Early Bird discounted fee of $199 ends April 18th at 5pm. Tuesday - Friday No camp 7/4. Camp fees include any field trips. Director: Eileen Bigham.. Extended care is available, please enroll with ID#2401.403. Director: Eileen Bigham. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $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...