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Summer Camps in Wellsburg, IA

LATEST CAMPS NEWS: Teen Tennis Camp - Cooper Fitness Center at Craig Ranch
This is the perfect class for the junior who wants to play more matches and get into tournament play. Focus will be on improving stroke production, footwork, and match play straegies. 2143831030.0
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Iowa 4-H Center
 
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46.88 Miles
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Iowa State University, Extension 4-H Bldg, Ames, Iowa 50011
1100 ac, woods creeks & prairie. Caring & creative staff for specialty camps, family camps, and rental groups. Pool, challenge course, & shooting sports...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Backpacking, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses,...
Advantage Basketball Camp - Iowa
 
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52.25 Miles
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, Clear Lake, Iowa
You'll learn all the tricks and moves you've seen in the college hoops and made by the NBA professional players. Advantage camps were selected...
Activities: Sports Camps: Basketball
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Wellsburg, IA Summer Camps

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Camp Hope 5K Fun Run/ Walk & Kids' Hero Dash - Gibsonville, NC
This is our first annual 5K to raise money for Camp Hope! Camp Hope is a ministry dear to our hearts. Each year we raise the money to take children to camp, so there is no cost to their family. All monies raised at this event will go directly to Camp Hope to cover costs for this year's camp. Please share with all your friends and family!! Thank you!! Come dressed as your favorite superhero! **There will also be a KID'S HERO DASH! Make this a family event!! Kids can support their parents and when they've finished....Parents, you can support your children dressed as their favorite superhero, cape and all! **

Southern Region Teen Leadership Conference - Crossville, TN
The Southern Region 4-H Teen Leadership Conference (SLTRC) is scheduled for September 24-27, 2015, at the Clyde M. York 4-H Center in Crossville. This event is open to senior 4-H members (9-12 grade as of January 1, 2015). SLTRC is an outstanding opportunity to help youth develop leadership skills, citizenship skills and help them find opportunities to put those skills to use in their community. The registration fee for this conference is $180.00 which includes lodging, meals and a t-shirt.

Kids Christmas Art camp! - Eufaula, AL


SEND A KID TO CAMP - Kitsap Great Give 2016 - Silverdale, WA
FIND OUT OUR ON LINE OLIVER AWARDS RESULTS while you sponsor a kid to theater summer camp! Join CSTOCK in this one day community fundraiser to create our scholarship fund for CSTOCK kids. This 24 hour event will be the sole source of scholarships for the 2016 camps. Central Stage Theater is proud to have a tradition of investing in young artists in our community and we need your help to scholarship kids to camp. The more money donated, the faster we'll reveal the winners of our Oliver's awards for our past season's best show, best actor, best of EVERYTHING!

Campaign Strategies Training: "Ending Youth Incarceration" - Webinar
This past year, social media has been flooded with violent images of the over policing of marginalized communities. We have felt the detrimental impact of state sanctioned violence, which has led to too many of our children, parents, friends, family and community members behind bars. CJNY member organizations continue to do the critical organizing and advocacy work to resist the structural racism within our justice and education systems. In a continuous effort to develop the skills we need to hold systems accountable for over criminalizing our communities, we are very pleased to bring to you: Youth First Initiative’s Campaign Strategies Training: “Ending Youth Incarceration” Space is limited so please register today using this link. http://goo.gl/forms/IVs7dNv92H Once you register, you’ll be provided with the call in information. This session will highlight examples of successful campaigns to close youth prisons, discuss lessons learned from these campaigns and other advocacy efforts, and cover steps for kicking off a campaign in your state to end youth incarceration. Facilitator: Liz Ryan, founder of the Youth First Initiative: a national Juvenile Justice campaign with the goals of halving youth incarceration in 15...

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Summer Camp - Half Day Afternoon - Week 10 - Mockingbird Baby
Afternoon: Robots on the Rampage Join us on an adventure that requires creative thought, time management and team communication as groups build a diverse range of off-road vehicles that battle other robots, race against the clock and play tug of war! This class will discuss drive and follower gears and the various ranges of gear ratios. Can a fast vehicle out perform a robot with lots of power? Here is your chance to learn which gear ratios are associated with speed or torque. Chaos and Havoc rule the day in this ruckus of Robots on the Rampage. Note: Even though between some weekly sessions there might appear the same program names, in our actual education program, we will have different depth of technology and engineering principles to be applied by our children under our inspirational guidance... Your kids will never feel bored and never repeat the same experiment or exploration... 7135985250.0

Corky Rogers Football Camp - Bolles San Jose Campus
Corky Rogers Football Camp campers will enjoy an action-packed week of individual and group instruction in the basic fundamentals of football. Camp will include instruction on: •Techniques of Quarterback play •Receiving skills and running of pass patterns •Punting, place kicking drills and blocking techniques •Types for offensive and defensive plays Each camper will receive a camp t-shirt on the last day of camp. Please note: Each camper will need to dress comfortably for an outdoor athletic summer camp. It is suggested that campers wear athletic shorts, an athletic shirt and athletic shoes (football cleats optional.) Please also bring a water bottle to re-hydrate during breaks. Additional items may also be available for purchase. 904-256-5071

Child care Class - Camp Cottontail - Piedmont Recreation Department
Camp Cottontail is an outdoor program offered as your childs introduction to the day camp experience. Our qualified staff provides children with a great learning experience and a fantastically fun time! Camp Cottontail allows your child to explore arts and crafts, games, songs, special guests and more. Children MUST be toilet trained. Join us in making a summer full of wonderful memories! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Children MUST be toilet trained. LOCATION TBA INSTRUCTOR Michelle Ritchie

Little Linguists Spanish Camp - Norwood Local Park
Are we in Mexico? You would think you were with all the fun Mexican crafts, games, sports and music. Create your own mask, pinata, sombrero, maracas and much more. All in Spanish! Vamos Amigos! Bring your bathing suit each day for water fun! On Wednesday, Campers walk to the Bethesda pool adjacent to the park. Campers must pass a swimming test or stay in the shallow end. There will be a $25 material fee due the first day. Bring a bagged lunch. Questions - contact -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $25 material fee due the first day to the instructor. SECONDARY CATEGORY Arts LOCATION Norwood LP PAB/I at Norwood Local Park INSTRUCTOR Sandra Aresta

Jr. Gardeners - Summit Schools
Calling all green thumbs! Lets get to the root of it as we learn about soil science, seed germination, and how produce gets from the ground to our table. Enjoy the fruits of your labor as you plant items to take home! *Please note: Students who are registered for a morning and afternoon camp within the same week are invited to stay for FREE supervised lunch and recess between 11:30 am-12:30 pm. Students should bring a sack lunch that does not require heating or cooling. Please note that lunch is not provided and students must be registered for both a morning and afternoon camp. 319-294-2036

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