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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Zoo Fun 7/25 - Open Door Church
No need to travel to Asheboro for a fun day at the zoo. Our science and art activities will give your little Zoologists all they can handle! Each day focuses on a different animal with science activities including measurement, classification, graphing, comparisons as well as amazing art activities sure to impress all! Youll be shocked at what your youngster will know when they share their stories at the dinner table. 919-847-7625
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Concordia Language Villages
 
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42.12 Miles
Address:
901 8th St S, Moorhead, Minnesota 56562
Concordia Language Villages offers culture & language immersion in 15 languages. High school credit, adult, & abroad programs also available.
Activities: Academics, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, International Culture, Language...
Camp Cormorant
 
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42.83 Miles
Address:
400 1st Ave S, Fargo, North Dakota 58103
Activities: Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Horseback...
Camp Invention - North Dakota
 
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43.14 Miles
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, Fargo, North Dakota
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Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: Computers
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Mas-Pc Youth Camp - Chipley, FL
MAS-PC Youth cordially invites you to attend the annual MAS Youth Camp. Join us for a weekend of spiritual reflection, interactive sessions, and plenty of recreational activities. Take this time to reconnect with nature and yourself, rebuild your relationship with Allah, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Known throughout the nation for its carefully crafted youth development programs, MAS will help guide you to new spiritual and personal development heights. All young youth in the Panhandle Region are encouraged to embark on this journey of personal & character development. September 2-5, 2016 Ages 14-21(brothers & sisters) Dogwood Acres, Vernon Hill, FL REGISTER HERE: Registration: $175

MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH RETREAT @ CAMP GRIER - Old Fort, NC
THE MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH RETREAT at Camp Grier November 6-8, 2015 Theme: "BE OK: Doubt. Promise. Trust." Cost: $70 - $15 (from youth budget) = $55 Register on-line: www.fpcmorganton.org/ministries/youth Keynote Speaker: Katherine Blankenship About Katherine Blankenship: Katherine Blankenship is originally from Asheville, NC, a place she credits the formation of her love of service, the mountains, and her love of God. She graduated from Appalachian State University in 2010 and received her Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Practical Theology at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA. She now serves as the Mission Immersion Director for Raleigh Youth Mission, and through her ministry with youth she works to name creative gifts and profound truths in their lives, most often through music, art, prayer and laughter. What is a Presbytery Youth Retreat? -A time for middle school youth (grades 6-8) from across our Presbytery to gather for the experience of Christian fellowship. -An opportunity to play, study, worship, sing and serve in a beautiful setting with their peers. -An opportunity for youth to see the Church of Jesus Christ beyond the local congregation and take that experience home. -A chance for the First Presbyterian youth group to grow closer through a shared experience. We Need Adult Chaperones! Register on-line: www.fpcmorganton.org/ministries/youth Official PWNC...

Teen Camp 3 - Grass Valley, CA
Speaker: Todd Sivnksty Cost: $360

Teen Night at Pine Lake Bible Camp Gym - Caldwell, OH
Come join Caldwell NazY for Teen Night at Pine Lake Bible Camp on November 19 from 5-8 p.m.

2016 Youth Camp 1 - Oxford, PA
more information to follow on deadlines and studios

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Nature"s Way Camp - Belle Meade Plantation
Come to Belle Meade for a week of fun-filled adventures around the property! Well explore the creek, catalog native trees, and learn about how the former residents of the plantation would have used the natural resources around them! If you like playing outside and are interested in survival skills, this is the camp for you! 6153560501 x148

Music & Drama Week - Oak Hill Christian Service Camp
Music/Drama Week is for 8th through 12th graders who are interested in singing and drama. This is an 8-day week, during which the campers travel extensively offsite. The deans for this week are Evelyn Cronin and Christie Brust. More details to come. 540-872-0328

Mystery Madness - Building C
Do you like tricky riddles, perplexing puzzles and baffling brain teasers? Give your problem solving skills a mind bending workout in this years Mystery Madness Camp. Well crack puzzles, unravel riddles and by the end of the week solve… The Big Mystery. By looking at the mystery from different angles, studying the clues and using our skills of observation, well deduce, decode and demystify our own Duke School whodunit! Director: Jeannine Montgomery 9194932642.0

Elite Level Training Series - Swope Soccer Village
Looking to get the edge on competition before your clubs tryouts? This camp is for serious soccer players who have a desire to improve their skills through supplemental training and advance to the next level of their Pathway to the Pros! Players have the opportunity to train in a professional environment and be coached by the best in the region: Swope Park Rangers players, SKC Academy staff & former SKC Academy players. Learn from instructors who are currently and who have already experienced the Pathway to the Pros! Goalkeeper training will be offered in 3 of the 6 sessions. 913-387-3883

Grades 1-3: Tropical Toucan in pastels with Maria Latour - Thornton Creek Art Room
Tropical Toucans in pastels with Maria Latour for grades 1-3. Refunds: No refunds will be given. In the event of illness, contact us for a credit. Snack: Please provide your child with a healthy, nut-free snack for the beginning of class. Drop Off/ Pick Up: Students should report to the Art Room right after school and must be picked up there before 5:30. 2483440497.0

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