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LATEST CAMPS NEWS: 2016 Youth Tennis (9-11 yrs) - City of Fort Morgan Recreation Department
A two week youth tennis camp! Participants will participate for 60 min each day for 10 days (Monday-Friday). Camp is organized by ages AND physical/skill level. Register your child in the group that seems most appropriate. Camp Objectives 4-6 Years Old: use tennis to develop basic skills of movement, catching, throwing and hitting, 30 minutes 6-8 Years Old: to develop athletic skills, technical and game skills for the tennis environment, 45 minutes 7-10 Years Old: to develop tennis-appropriate athletic, technical, game and competitive skills, 1 hour 9-11 Years Old: to combine tennis-appropriate technical, tactical, physical, and psychological skills for competition, 1 hour LOCATION TBA INSTRUCTOR Elizabeth Smith
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Good Earth Village
 
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40.05 Miles
Address:
25303 Old Town Rd, Spring Valley, Minnesota 55975
A beautiful 500 acre Christian camp and retreat center tucked into the bluffs of SE Minnesota.
Activities: Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Hiking, Leadership Development,...
Summer Camp at KinderCare-MN
 
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Distance
40.92 Miles
Address:
, Rochester, Minnesota
Get set for a thrill-filled summer! Our age-specific
Activities: Academic and Pre-College Camps: General Academics
Camp Victory
 
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Distance
43.1 Miles
Address:
58212 403rd Ave, Zumbro Falls, Minnesota 55991
It is better to build boys and girls then mend men and women.
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Backpacking, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Fishing, Religious Study,...
Sugar Creek Bible Camp Retreat
 
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Distance
56.24 Miles
Address:
13141 Sugar Creek Rd, Ferryville, Wisconsin 54628
A year round ministry for people of all ages. A christian ministry but open to all. We provide great memories and personal growth experiences....
Activities: Boating, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing, Challenge/Rope Courses, Community Service, Hiking,...
YMCA Camp Pepin
 
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Distance
56.86 Miles
Address:
434 Main St, Red Wing, Minnesota 55066
YMCA Camp Pepin enjoys 200 feet of beachfront along Lake Pepin on the WI-MN border. We are a co-ed resident camp with high ropes,...
Activities: Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and Crafts, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Canoeing,...
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Winona, MN Summer Camps

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TASK Youth Camp - Cassville, MO
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SUMMER ENGLISH CAMP at Walt Disney World, Florida, USA - Lake Buena Vi
Learn English While Having Fun. Disney English Camp is a 14 day English learning program with unlimited fun. Transport your students into a world of education, Disney-style, within the magical setting of the Disney Parks that showcases how valuable principles learned in the classroom make exciting things happen every day at Disney attractions. All students meet with magical Disney characters, have lunch with NASA astronauts, visit the wizarding world of Harry Potter, smell the ocean at Daytona Beach and more at Walt Disney World Florida camp.

Youth Development Summer Camp Car and Truck Show - Concord, NC
The Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office, Youth and Development Division, will be hosting a Car & Truck Show on Saturday, April 16, 2016 with all the proceeds going to benefit the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office Youth Development Summer Camp. The Youth Development Summer Camp provides At Risk Youth in Cabarrus County with a week-long camp experience. This year, we will be expanding our summer camp experience to include three, 1 week sessions that will impact over 120 At Risk Youth in Cabarrus County. During a typical week of summer camp, At Risk Youth interact with police officers in a positive learning environment. Some of the camp activities include bowling, fishing, mini golf, swimming, along with trips to the zoo and local movie theaters to name a few. Interlaced within these activities are structured lessons which teach about the dangers of bullying, internet safety, gun safety, peer pressure, and drug abuse. In today’s society, now more than ever, we need positive role models for our youth. The School Resource Officers of the Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office are effective, positive, motivational, role models for these At Risk Youth. PLEASE COME OUT ON APRIL 16TH AND SUPPORT THIS WORTHY CAUSE.

J-Bagel Presents: Sexual Awakenings at Summer Camp - Philadelphia, PA
Remember that hot counselor from Camp Ramah? That CIT who led Ultimate Frisbee practice? Join J-Bagel for an event discussing early experiences at summer camp (and beyond!) that helped form our sexual identities - some good, and some bad. Snacks will be served and this discussion will be followed by a screening of the second season premiere of Transparent!

Youth Camping Retreat (Times to be announced) - Orlando, FL
February 19-20 (Times to be announced) In addition to having an awesome time getting to hang out with the youth group, we will be getting to hang out with youth ministry families as well. We will have food, games, and times of Bible study. Our Bible study will be centered on the roles of students, parents, and youth pastor in the development of students as disciples of Jesus. If you are a non-camper, you are still welcome to come hang out and fellowship. Day visiters will be subject to regular park admission fees: $3 per vehicle for 1-2 people and $5 per vehicle for 3-8 people. Further details coming...

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Zoo Explorers Session - EX5 Creatures of the Night - Henry Vilas Zoo
Zoo Explorers camps are full-day, week-long programs for grades 2-3. Camps run Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm, with free before and after care offered from 8-9am & 3-5pm. Limit 16 campers per session. "Creatures of the Night": It takes something special to navigate the night! Explore the adaptations of nocturnal animals. 1-608-266-4732

Jr. Grossologist - San Juan Del Rio Catholic School
Campers will discover loads of horribly fantastic experiments in Camp Jr. Grossologist! Campers learn about the science of "gross things" through our exciting chemistry and biology experiments! This is science with the squishy bits left in it! Ew! Gross! Blegh! Sample Projects: Bulging Bag of Brains! Simulated Snot! Baby Diaper Dissection! Owl Pellet Dissection! and much, much more! 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

Afternoon Adventure Wk 4 - Rider Center
Make it a full day of camp and stay for Afternoon Adventure! Our afternoon session includes plenty of outdoor activities and sports. In addition, there is swimming on Tuesday and Thursdays plus trips to the library on Wednesdays. Campers will need to bring a bag lunch, water bottle, swimming suit and towel for Afternoon Adventure. 847 695-0309 x259

2016 Summer Camp Session 1 - Alex Box Stadium
Goals of the Camp: 1) to give young baseball players the experience of a lifetime in a $50+ million stadium on LSUs beautiful campus in a fun, safe, positive, and action-packed atmosphere 2) to learn tips that will help advance their baseball development from our outstanding veteran staff of coaches 3) to develop their skills in all aspects of the game through repetition, both through playing instructional games and by doing drills Skills Covered: Hitting, Position specific Fundamentals, throwing, base running, bunting, sliding Instructional Games: Campers will play one instructional game in the morning and one in the afternoon (lasting roughly 45 minutes- 1 hour) Format (with some flexibility) Morning Sessions (9am-Noon) will include one instructional game and two skill sessions Lunch (Noon-1:00pm) which will be provided, will offer the opportunity to eat lunch and relax Afternoon Sessions (1:00-4:00pm) will include an additional instructional game and two skill sessions Coaching Staff LSU Coaching staff members, other college coaches, high school coaches, club coaches, LSU players, other college player, former players looking to get into Additional FAQs *Campers will be separated by age and skill level, and we will make sure that all teammate requests are met. *All campers will receive... 225-578-4150

Classical Audition (Premier) - Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
AUDITION REQUIREMENTS Intermediate Requirements: - One two-octave major scale up to three sharps/flats (chosen by moderator) - One sight reading excerpt (provided at audition) - An unaccompanied etude or solo work that best represents students technical and artistic skills—no more than 3 minutes in length Advanced Requirements: - 2 two-octave major scales up to five sharps/flats (chosen by moderator) - One sight reading excerpt (provided at audition) - An unaccompanied etude or solo work that best represents students technical and artistic skills—no more than 3 minutes in length - 2016-17 Advanced Excerpt** Premier Requirements: - 2 three-octave major scales up to seven sharps/flats (chosen by moderator) - One sight reading excerpt (provided at audition) - An unaccompanied etude or solo work that best represents students technical and artistic skills—no more than 3 minutes in length - 2016-17 Advanced Excerpt** - 2017-17 Premier Excerpt** **Excerpts will be announced on the website (www.dso.org/wfa) on March 1, 2016 Please note: Students should audition for the highest level ensemble for which they would like to be considered. Students will automatically be considered for a different level if they do not make their top choice. 3135765060.0

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