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Summer Camps in Waldo, AR

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Jr. High Summer Camp - Camp Warren
This camp is where junior high students can come and connect with God, connect with other teens, and grow in their faith. 217-864-3263

Latest Review for Summer of Service

My daughter developed social skills at this camp!
My daughter is 13 and enjoyed this camp. The camp encourages community service for children entering grades 7–10. The goal of this camp is to raise youth to become responsible adults. The best part of this program is it helped her develop socially. She met other young students and made lifelong friends. She can't wait for next summer to attend camp again.... Read More...


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LATEST CAMPS EVENTS:

Fall Teen Retreat - Buffalo Mills, PA
ABOUT: Our featured speaker for this weekend will be Greg Gunter, Youth Pastor at Covenant Baptist Church in Romney, WV. Greg has a heart for young people and making sure they understand the Word of God in a practical way. This weekend, our theme is FOUNDATIONAL. All buildings are built upon a foundation. The foundation determines how well the structure will stand. You'll be challenged this weekend to look at what your life is built upon and what is the real foundation in your life. RETREAT COSTS: Register for the retreat on or before October 14 and the price is $59.00. The price for the retreat increases to $64.00 on registrations that come in after October 14. So, register soon! Scholarships are also available for this retreat upon request.

Teen Camp 1 - Wheatland, WY
Speaker: Andy Gleiser

Kid's Camp! Picasso Week! - Sherman, TX
Campers, ages 7-13, will explore the artist Vincent Van Gogh all week through paintings and other related activities. They will paint a 16x20 painting each day M-Th, and work on a 24-36 self portrait through the week. The week will end with an art show Friday evening from 5-6pm. Camp: Monday- Friday, 1pm-4pm Art show: Friday 5-6pm

Eighth Annual Color Guard Weekend Camp - Mountain View, MO
Prepare yourself for the next chapter in your color guard education!!

Youth Camp - Leakey, TX
We will be going to Alto Frio camp this summer in Leakey, Texas. Cost is $225 per person. Completed 7th - 12th. Initial non-refundable deposit of $25 is due by March 1, 2015 to ensure your spot. We will be holding our first fundraiser to help offset camp fees on 13th February -- Valentine's Day Banquet...so if you are planning on going to camp, please do your best to work the Banquet. The fundraiser can be used to offset costs for either Alto Frio or Camp Blessing.

LATEST CAMPS NEWS:

Jr. Space Engineer - San Juan Del Rio Catholic School
Using LEGO® bricks, campers will design and build structures and space vehicles for living on far away planets. Campers will utilize a variety of LEGO® bricks including motors, gears, lights, and sensors. Space Engineer includes instruction on the Earth, Moon, stars, and planets as well as the scientific topics of force, friction, simple machines, and gravity. Campers will also join the crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS) to learn about propulsion, friction and more. Counselors will assign specific projects each day that include: a rotating satellite, space buggy, a stunning spaceship, terrestrial homes that can withstand alien atmospheres and a host of other exciting projects. Campers will work in teams to complete their missions. Our camps are 9am-4pm with pre and post camp options available as well! Please pack a peanut-free snack, bag lunch and refreshment for your child. Each camper receives one free camp t-shirt with each week of registration - order as many extras as you want at checkout! Dont forget to download our camp Welcome Packet on our website for additional camp details, rules, and more! 904-287-8603

Mini-Adventure Camp WO7B - Camp Whispering Oaks
This pint-sized adventure is just right for new campers! Get a little taste of sleeping away from home, making new friends, constructing crafts, eating smores around the campfire, hiking, experiencing nature and playing games. Cookie eligible. 619-610-0821

Youth Tennis Camp - Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Commission
Children will be split into groups according to age and skill level. Children will play on 36? and 60? courts and use modified equipment. Camp will focus on forehands, backhands, serves, volleys and play fun small-sided games to help reinforce those skills. Balls and rackets will be provided. ACTIVITY SUB-CATEGORY Camps LOCATION Tennis Courts behind the JCCC

Trash to Treasures - Snoqualmie Studio
We love our planet! Come learn how you can do your part to help make it a better place. Join us as we create art that will transform discarded everyday items into fantastic art projects while helping our environment! Campers will learn new art techniques, expand their creativity and learn how they can Reduce, Reuse and Recycle in their own home! 425-420-2677 x4

Artists in Residence II with Nelli Shevelkina & Connie Pfeiffer (Ages 7-14) - Young People
Folk Art Around The World with Nellie Shevelkina Go Global! Learn about different cultures through their arts. We will travel from Africa to the Americas, Europe to Asia, Australia and in between discovering traditional folk arts from around the world. Explore the history, techniques, and special meanings of various crafts while noticing similarities and differences in their designs, patterns, and styles. We will create mosaics, painted and printed fabrics, sand paintings, mask making, paper maché figurines, paper cutouts, clay whistles, just to name a few. Students are encouraged to research their own cultural and ethnic backgrounds and proudly share these artistic traditions with the class. Fun with Metal with Connie Pfeiffer Make jewelry and mini-sculpture with copper sheet metal and wire to wear or hang. Stamp, fold, hammer, bend, cut, twist and even heat metal to create pendants, medallions and forms from nature such as pea pods and leaves. Students will explore using basic hand tools, especially hammers, mallets, cutters, files, pliers and torches (one-on-one with instructor) to create works in metal. Note: Age appropriate assignments available for students under 9. 2035624927 x14

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