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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Mad Science: Secret Agent Lab - Post Camp-Week 1 - JCC Campus
Secret Agent Lab Go inside a scientists lab and discover the secrets youve always wondered about. Use your skills as a chemist to make your own radical reactions with batteries, a chemical clock, and more. Compare fingerprints and discover the mysteries of DNA as you fine-tune your secret agent skills. Make brain goo and check out your bones as you travel the organ trail. Become a Mad Science detective by going to a mock crime scene. Use your forensic skills to solve the crime. 512-735-8100
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Camp Langston
 
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50.33 Miles
Address:
50 CR 3227, Mt Pleasant, Texas 75455
Camp Langston was founded in 1951. At one time it was only a little boy’s wish and a grandfather’s promise. Known as Daddy Jack,...
Activities: Swimming Lessons Arts & Crafts Talent Shows Archery Riflery Horseback...
Camp Gilmont
 
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67.17 Miles
Address:
6075 Sh 155 N, Gilmer, Texas 75644
Gilmont Camp & Conference Center is the premiere camp of East Tx. Our new Crain Conference Center is state of the art,equipped with wi/fi,integrated...
Activities: Basketball, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Drama, Fishing, Leadership Development, Nature/Environmental Studies,...
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Exchange Youth Camp #Ngvdmop - Sonora, CA
ALL Youth! On behalf of the District Youth Board, we greet you in the name of Jesus Christ! We pray and hope that you and your youth group are well and blessed. Camp is around the corner and we are excited about it! This year’s theme is “EXCHANGE.” We have felt God tug at our hearts and steer us in this direction with this theme in mind. When the Apostle Paul received his calling from God, he wrote “… for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and count them as rubbish, that I may gain Christ” (Philippians 3:8, NKJV). An exchange occurred in his life. He left behind knowledge, position, and commodities to live his life for Christ. Our goal for this year’s youth camp is for young people to understand that in every EXCHANGE, something must be given up in order for something to be gained; and our ultimate goal is to gain Christ.

Junior Turkey Tennis Mini-Camp - Philadelphia, PA
2 Days of Tennis Games and Matches, Including Team Tennis Play! Breaks at Dunkin Donuts, Pizza for lunch, and prizes for all kinds of stuff! Curent SPTS players with USTA memberships play FREE! Other players with USTA memberships get half price!

Survivors Supporting Survivors (teen support group) - - Meridian, ID
Survivors Supporting Survivors TEEN SUPPORT GROUP This group is designed to offer an opportunity for the teens to talk about the struggles of a cancer diagnosis without becoming a counseling group. We set the table in a variety of way to help the healing process happen much faster. We guide them in real life challenges and allow them to discuss and support each other in ways you don’t see in normal life. Come prepared for an outdoor farm experience: dress weather-appropriate! It's gonna be jammed packed with exercises on great communication, problem solving skills and fun team building moments that bond these teens together. When: Monday, October 24th, 2016 Time: 6:00PM- 8:00PM Where: Farmstead Corn Maze (The Farmstead 1020 S. Rackham Way Meridian, ID 83642) Who: Any young adult between the ages of 13-18yrs who has been diagnosed with cancer. (Your children do NOT need to have participated in camp or our Survivors Supporting Survivors support group to attend) Cost: FREE Please RSVP to Amy [email protected] Learn more about camp and the programs offered year round at www.CampRainbowGold.org

2016 Muslim Youth Camp - Michigan - Oscoda, MI
2016 Muslim Youth Camp Registration Form Age: 14-16, 40 spots available 17+, 140 spots available Date and Time: May 20 to May 22 (6:00 PM check in and out) (for safety reasons, no personal transportation are allowed) Location: YMCA Camp Nissokone Early Registered and paid by 5-1-2016: Fee: $100 with transportation. Late Registered and paid by 5-10-2016 Fee: $150 with transportation. No Refunds after May 1, 2016 Horseback Riding & Paintball are $10 additional per activity. To make a payment, please contact the rep in your city or online at: https://mycamp2016.eventbrite.com/ Dearborn: Jamal Gailan: 313-903-7084 or Abdulrahman Ebeh:313-615-6495 Hamtramck: Khalil Al-Refai : 586-344-1572 Indianapolis: E. Ibrahim Alghazali: 313-247-9680 or E. Abdulwahab Abu Shaar 313-505-8128 Coldwater: Mastoor Mohammed: 517-944-1133 Fortwayne: Imam Hamzah Sharif: 313-918-8003 Questions: e-mail [email protected]

2016 Summer Camp Interview Day - Barnegat, NJ
Are you or someone you know interested in being part of America's Favorite Scout Camp's 2016 Summer Camp Staff? Are you at least 14 years old? If so, fill out a 2016 Staff Application that you can find here: https://www.jerseyshorescouts.org/camp-staff and send it to the Camp Director by email, fax, or mail to the info below. We will call you to schedule a time slot! All applicants under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian present. Email: [email protected] Fax: 609-660-2588 Mail: Camp Director, 229 Brookville Road, Barnegat NJ 08005

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Session 7 - Community Boating Center
Community Boating Center of New Bedford is a great place to send your children to have a safe fun and positive time. Community Boating Center of New Bedfords mission is to "Teach positive life values to youth through boating." This summer we are working even more in incorporate US Sailings REACH program into our summer programs. The REACH program works to teach children science, technology, engineering and math in fun and innovative ways. It helps kids learn STEM subjects while engaging in fun land and water based activities. Our programs also follow the philosophy of safety, fun and learning in that order. This summer Community Boating has Chosen to assign students to their classes. We believe assigning students will allow us the best flexibility to get more children involved in our programs as well as it will allow our instructors their best opportunity to mentor and teach children. 5089926219.0

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Ignite - Music Technology - WPI Campus
Through project-oriented instruction in our state of the art music lab, students will learn to compose, perform and record their music using interactive music software instead of traditional instruments. In addition to their own original pieces, students will have the opportunity to collaborate with each other. (508) 831-4900

Camp KIA - Week 4-Time Machine - Recreation Center and Natatorium
Hop on board our time machine, well be travelling back in time to old school games, pioneer arts, grandparents recipes, and survival strategies that helped humans live off of the land. Come along for the ride! Field Trip: Jumping World AGE CATEGORY Youth LOCATION RCN - Multi-Purpose Room Entire at Recreation Center and Natatorium

P.M. Club - Albuquerque Academy
Our P.M. Club provides a safe environment for children to enjoy after 3:30 p.m., when our regular programs end. Activities include arts and crafts, outdoor organized games, free play, and reading time. Bring a snack and a water bottle—and wear sunscreen, a hat, and athletic shoes. If you fail to pick up your child on time, late pick-up fees apply. (Be sure to read Pick-Up policy.) Kristen Bauer is a first grade teacher at Zuni Elementary School, where she is dedicated to motivating children to learn to the best of their abilities. She has a B.S. in Early Childhood Multicultural Education from UNM. 505.828.3325

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