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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 1st Session - Yoga For Kids - YSCP
Marlena Vendemia - Bio Marlena Vendemia worked in the corporate fitness setting before earning her M.S. in Exercise Physiology from The Pennsylvania State University. She currently holds a position as a Penn State fitness instructor working with pregnant women as part of the Healthy Moms Research Study. Most recently, Marlena earned her 200-hour registered yoga teacher certification. She found her yoga practice as a stay at home mother to her two small children. Marlena was drawn to pursue this certification due to the benefits she found through her own yoga practice. Her yoga practice has allowed her to find space, connection and possibility through the physical experience, things she hopes to help other students find as well. Her goal is to bring classes filled with truth, authenticity, love and fun to the State College community. In addition to teaching yoga at The PYP Studio, State College, Marlena also serves on the school board for Our Lady of Victory Preschool and on the advisory board for Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, University Park Campus. Class Description - Come on a yoga adventure after school! Learn yoga poses that help promote both strength and flexibility in a fun way. This learning will occur... 8142379727.0
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YMCA Camp Grady Spruce 2
 
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Distance
30.35 Miles
Address:
, Graford, Texas
Where Kids Come to Life! Camaraderie
Activities: Adventure Camps: Rock Climbing
YMCA Camp Grady Spruce 3
 
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Distance
30.35 Miles
Address:
, Graford, Texas
All three camps offer similar activities such as water skiing
Activities: Adventure Camps: Assorted Adventures
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Strawn, TX Summer Camps

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CHS Youth Football Camp - Carpinteria, CA
Carpinteria High School is hosting a Youth Football Camp the week of July 11th. They will be working on agility drills, passing and learning the game of football. It is a no contact clinic. Call coach Cordero 805-689-5898 to reserve your spot and ask questions. (This is not a Junior warrior hosted program)

2016 Connecticut Youth Camp - Ashford, CT
Join us for another amazing week of youth camp!

September Kids Night Out - York, SC
As everyone gears up for school to start back, we're glad to announce our first Kids Night Out on September 9th - a Lego night! Cost is $15 a child (multi-child discounts available), which includes the cost of dinner. Come join us for a night including Gaga Ball, Legos, and a Bible Study! Open to campers K5-6th Grade. For more information, or to pre-register for the event, contact Cameron Pruette, Program Coordinator, at: (803) 366-3722 ext. 22 [email protected] Drop-Off begins at 5:30pm, with dinner being served promptly at 6pm. Pick-up begins at 8:30pm and ends at 10:00pm.

Body Combat for all Fundraiser for Strong Kids Campaign - White Plains
Join in the fun with Body Combat Trainer Tamicka Williams as we all punch and kick to support the Strong Kids Campaign! ALL Welcome ages 8 and up! (8-13 need adult present please) One hour of your time and a small donation can help a local child receive engage in a healthy lifestyle in a safe environment! It can subsidize day care services (starting at 6 weeks old until After School Age) and Summer Camp! Requested donation $10! The YMCA works every day to support healthy kids, youth development and social responsibility turning nobody in our community away for financial need!

Clover Kid Making A Space for Me Camp - Osceola, NE
Clover Kids will do some fun projects from the “A Space for Me” 4-H Project! July 5, 2016 9:30 - 11:30 OR 1:30-3:30 pm Learn how to make your space your very own! When it’s your OWN special space, you are more likely to pick things up and put them away. Clover Kids will make some fun projects for their room to help them organize their own special “stuff” and learn about how to use color creatively! You will need to bring an empty and clean plastic coffee can for one of our activities. Everything else will be provided! Cost is $15 per Clover Kid!

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Photography & Videography - Palm Harbor Montessori Academy
Members will learn tips to improve picture taking, study the history of photography, and experiment with different types of cameras. Members will go on two field trips during the week. 727-786-1854

Percussion - Band Camp 2016 - Natick High School
This week-long, intensive band experience is designed for middle school students who are entering grades 6-8 and have AT LEAST ONE YEAR of band experience. Led by Natick middle school band directors Scott Morrill and Dave Drapeau, sessions will be a blend of full band work and breakouts by instrument. Students will focus on skills and musicianship and work towards performing several songs as a full band by the end of the week. The band directors will be supported by high school musicians who will help mentor the kids throughout the week. 508-647-6400 x1773

Architectural Adventures - Middle School
Architectural Adventures combines science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) concepts in a uniquely fun and challenging way valuable for young people to enjoy, that allows hands-on learning experiences. Children will be inspired by building upon their natural curiosity to learn about different aspects of modern architecture. For example, a ‘green engineering unit allows students to create, test, and refine architectural designs involving the use of alternative energy and environmental awareness. Students will learn how to build efficient wind powered machines and discover how these machines can help reduce fuel consumption. Throughout the week, students will apply basic engineering design concepts to create, test, and refine a variety of machines and mechanical systems, including cars, planes, and cranes. Students will also learn the basics of fluid dynamics while constructing roller coasters and other vehicles, culminating in the construction of an incredibly fast air powered dragster that students get to keep at the end of the course. Students will also compete in groups to build the highest structure! Have your child join us for an exciting and creative adventure that brings valuable STEM educational concepts to life while having a blast building structures and machines. (516) 750-3104

The "Boys of Summer" Competition Camp - Roadrunner Baseball Field
Check In & Late Registration: 2:00-3:00 PM at Roadrunner Field, Camp Hours 3-9 PM Limit: 60 Purpose: 1) Evaluation Section run by qualified staff. Evaluation will include: Height, Weight, 40 yard dash, arm strength & bat speed tested on radar gun, agility & quickness. Scores will be given to each individual at the end of camp. 2) Divide campers into teams and play games at the UTSA Baseball & Softball fields. We will provide a game experience. Teams will be coached by a UTSA staff member or player. 3) Teaching and Drill Work included 4) Parents are welcome to stay and watch the games or get some errands run and come back for pick-up. Cost Includes: T-Shirt, Camp Tuition & Dinner each evening. 210-458-4811

Session 4 - Boys - WOW Camp - North Carolina
If you register your child for a session that his or her chapter is not assigned, transportation will not be provided. It will be the responsibility of the parent/guardian to transport the camper to and from camp. Contact: Dennis Powers – (910) 738-8861 0018 Laurinburg 0144 Lumberton 0225 Fairmont 0710 St. Pauls 0118 Raeford 0125 Lumberton 1516 Lumber River Contact: Craig Walters – (910) 648-4651 0130Chadbourn 0137Whiteville 0139 Tabor City 0208 Bladenboro 0262 Clarkton 0371 Newton Grove 0924 Clinton 1044 Tarheel 1088Evergreen 1284 Riegelwood 1511 Garland Contact: Sharon Britt – (252) 792-8519 0056 Weldon 0328 Ahoskie 0456 Seaboard 0463 Hertford 0862 Murfreesboro 1343 Oak City 1428 Plymouth 252-208-0847

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