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1 BEST SUMMER EVER 2015 Summer Day Camp Guide YMCA OF SOUTHWEST ILLINOIS Clinton County YMCA Collinsville Maryville Troy YMCA East Belleville YMCA Marion County YMCA Monroe County - HTC Center YMCA O Fallon YMCA

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3 CONTENTS General Camp Information 2015 Camp Info... 4 Why the Y?... 5 New This Year... 6 Frequently Asked Questions... 8 Day Camp (Traditional) Kinder Camp (ages 3-5) Before & After Care (all ages) Camps by Branch Location & Week Clinton County YMCA Collinsville Maryville Troy YMCA East Belleville YMCA Marion County (Salem) YMCA Monroe County - HTC Center YMCA O Fallon YMCA Additional Info Association Field Day Counselor in Training (CIT) Junior Counselor in Training (JCIT) Sports & Special Interest Camp Descriptions Artful Antics All the World s a Stage Aquatic Adventures Baseball/Softball Basketball Bowling Cheerleading Cook, Cook and Away! Crafts Galore Fabulous Fashion Flag Football Fun & Fit Golf Just Dance Karate Robotics Scientific Explosion Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Show Choir Soccer Sounds of Fun Train Your I in CSI Underwater Biology Volleyball Zoom, Zoom, Zoom! Camp Registration Info Health & Permission Form Payment Procedures Overview... Inside Back Cover 3

4 YMCA DAY CAMP Best Summer Ever! The YMCA is the leading summer camp provider for children across the country. This year, summer fun is better than ever with new Special Interest Camp curricula to appeal to children of every age. By including Traditional YMCA Camp with weekly themes to add variety, you will have summer opportunities that will help your children stretch their imagination, gain self-confidence and learn new skills. What did our parents say about camp last year? I loved the fact that on the second day, the counselor was already calling the children by name. My boys had so much fun playing that they didn't want to come home. I loved the 3 day/week option!! Thank you for listening to parents last year! The experience made such a positive impression on my child that he was already planning to return to camp next summer, back in August. Last year, parents reported their children: Made new friends Tried new things Were well-supervised Become more physically active Increased self-confidence Were kept safe during the day DAY CAMP REGISTRATION: Kickoff Date: March 7, 2015 Register on Camp Kickoff Day and we ll waive the registration fee! ONE DAY ONLY ~ SAVE $40 YMCA Mission: To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. 4

5 Why the Y? Camp 2015 will be the BEST SUMMER EVER through our focus on Achievement, Belonging and Relationships! We will accomplish this by delivering five hours of enrichment/youth development programming each day. We teach character development through our Four Core Values: Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility. We get campers moving through a variety of physical activities. We help our campers form new friendships through social and relationship-building activities. We have lots of space to move around for outdoor fun. Nearly all of our branches have pools for daily swimming and safe water fun. We address summer learning loss through enrichment activities. Special interest camps offer at least 3 hours of focused curriculum each day in the interest area. We offer a fun experience for everyone by welcoming children from all family types, income levels and special needs. Your Children Are Our #1 Priority DID YOU KNOW We offer a lower adult to child ratio than most other camps. We ensure 1 adult to 12 campers at all times! This year, our camp counselors are working to implement additional measures to ensure the safety of the campers, improve communication among staff, and make the drop off/pick up process even easier for YOU the parent! DID YOU KNOW All of our camp counselors complete an intensive 5-day training to ensure we provide the safest, most enjoyable summer experience for your children. DID YOU KNOW Last summer, our campers logged 506,970 minutes of reading over our 11 weeks of camp. That is nearly 8,500 hours of extra reading!!! 5

6 New this year We have partnered with the Lewis & Clark Council, Boy Scouts of America! The YMCA of Southwest Illinois is excited to partner with the Lewis & Clark Council, Boy Scouts of America for Summer Camp 2015 the Best Summer Ever! We are offering 5 weeks of Scouting Camp opportunities to choose from, with either a Mechanical Flight or Natural Flight theme. These camps are open to ALL boys and girls at each of our branches throughout the summer. Each week, these special interest camps will include a field trip to one of the Boy Scout camp locations, with activities like archery, shooting BBs and launching rockets! Field trip location schedule: June 4, 2015 Camp Joy Carlyle, Illinois June 11, 2015 Camp Warren Levis Godfrey, Illinois June 25, 2015 Camp Warren Levis Godfrey, Illinois July 16, 2015 Camp Vandeventer Waterloo, Illinois July 23, 2015 Camp Joy Carlyle, Illinois This partnership is a natural extension of the work that both the Y and the Boy Scouts of America do every day as values-based, youth development organizations. Similar to the YMCA s Core Values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility, the Boy Scouts provide programs for young people that build character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness. We believe this partnership will enable both of our organizations to have a larger impact on youth development within each of our communities. 6

7 For your benefit, camp will run from 8am-5pm! Parent surveys have shown that you want longer hours to enable you to work a full day. For the second year in a row, campers will have an additional 10 hours of Y camp per week! We also have a multi-day option available. In addition to the 5-day Summer Camp and Kinder Camp option, you now have the ability of selecting a 3-day camp week for both Traditional Day Camp and Kinder Camp. This option provides you with the flexibility you need when scheduling summer activities for your family. The 3 days chosen for attendance must be submitted to the camp director no later than the Tuesday of the week prior. These dates may not be changed after the payment due date for that week. Online registration is now available! We are excited to offer online registration for our summer camps for the second year in a row! Through your online account, you will be able to schedule automatic payments or make weekly payments, confirm registrations for specific weeks and view/print receipts and tax statements. (Please note: participants receiving financial assistance through CHASI or the YMCA will need to register in-house.) Thank you for spending your summer with us! To reward our loyal campers who come back to us week after week, we are offering a scheduled payment discount. This will allow for each child registering for the 5 day/week option to receive a $10 discount per week. This is eligible for campers who elect to have 5 or more weekly payments automatically drafted from a credit/debit card or checking account. While the discount is available whether registering online or in-house, it only applies if all 5 weeks are registered at one time. If the registration takes place online, the discount will not be added automatically. Staff will review the registration within 5 business days and apply discount at that time. This discount/offer cannot be combined with any other discounts/offers. 7

8 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Q: When/where is the Parent Orientation? A: Refer to branch specific pages for information regarding Parent Orientation dates, times and locations. At the orientation, you can expect to meet your child s counselors, learn information specific to your location, and ask any further questions you may have about camp. Parent Orientation is a great environment for you and your child to get to know your assigned counselor before camp begins. Q: What does my child need to bring to camp? A: Each day, your child should bring a lunch, 2 snacks, swimsuit, towel and water bottle. Kids should wear weather appropriate clothing and tennis shoes open-toed shoes are not allowed. It is recommended that you include an extra change of clothes, as camp activities are designed for fun and can get messy! Please label everything with your child s name so we can identify any items that may become misplaced throughout the day. Q: What does a typical camp day look like? A: The typical camp day will run from 8am-5pm. Campers will enjoy free time where they can choose their own activities from 8-9am and 4-5pm. Structured activities will begin around 9am with daily activities centered around the weekly theme. Campers will take part in a physical activity to rev up their energy and encourage a healthy lifestyle. Depending on the group, campers will eat lunch between 11:30am-12:30pm. After a break to settle their stomachs, campers will enjoy afternoon activities, including swimming. SAMPLE CAMP DAY 6:30-8:00a Drop off/before Care 8:00-9:00a Free Time 9:00-9:15a Roll Call/Snack 9:15-10:00a Physical Activity 10:00-11:30a Themed Activities 11:30-12:15p Lunch 12:15-1:00p Camp Readers 1:00-1:40p Swim Time 1:40-2:20p Themed Craft 2:20-3:00p Themed Activities 3:00-3:30p Group Time/Snack 3:30-4:00p Transition 4:00-5:00p Free Time 5:00-6:00p Post Care Q: When will my child receive his/her t-shirt? A: T-shirts will be handed out before the first field trip. Each camper will receive one t-shirt. Sizes are passed out on a first come-first served basis. If you need to request an additional camp t-shirt for your child, there is a $10 charge. 8

9 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Q: Will the campers go inside when there is a heat advisory? A: Each day, indoor activities are scheduled for campers and water breaks are encouraged on a regular basis. In the event of a heat advisory, camps will move to the backup indoor location with the children s safety in mind. Q: What can I pack my child for lunch? A: We recommend sending your child with non-perishable food items and ask that you do not pack food items with peanuts. Please include enough food to ensure adequate sustenance to make it through hot days filled with lots of activity. Remember to pack a morning and afternoon snack! We recommend including ice packs to help keep lunches/snacks cool. As always, label everything, including the lunch box and ice pack. Some locations offer a lunch option through various area restaurants see your Camp Director for further details at the Parent Orientation. Q: How will I know when my child has a field trip? A: Permission slips will be provided each week when a field trip is scheduled. In addition, information regarding each week s activities will be shared in the camp newsletter via . To ensure you receive all proper communication, please verify we have your most current address. Q: Will my child have to pass a swim test to be able to swim in the pool without a lifejacket? A: In order to swim without a lifejacket, regardless of the child s age or size, he or she must pass a swim test. Tests will be offered for every child on their first day of attending camp each week. The test includes swimming above water (front or back stroke) the full length of the pool without touching the bottom or sides, tread water for 30 seconds upon arriving in the deep-end and swim to the end of the pool to exit unassisted. If a child does not pass the test, he or she must wear a U.S. Coast Guard approved lifejacket for the rest of the week and must wait until the following week to test again. Campers may bring their own lifejackets, but they must be U.S. Coast Guard approved. This policy is in place for your child s safety and will not be waived. 9

10 DAY CAMP (TRADITIONAL) GENERAL CAMP INFO (Must have completed kindergarten): For a well-rounded camp experience with lots of variety, nothing tops YMCA Day Camp. Kids enjoy the fun and variety of field trips, swimming, craft projects, outdoor education, songs and adventure. Best of all, you can be assured that while your kids are exploring new ways to have fun, they are being well cared for in a friendly and safe environment. And just to be sure every child stays interested and engaged, YMCA Day Camp is designed around a weekly theme, providing opportunities to experience new skills and challenges. While care is extended, camp activities will continue to run from 9am-4pm. Hours: 8:00am to 5:00pm Full Week: Members $95; Nonmembers $125 3-Day Option: Members $75; Nonmembers $105 Traditional Day Camp locations: Clinton County YMCA (Northside Park in Breese) East Belleville YMCA Monroe County - HTC Center YMCA Collinsville Maryville Troy YMCA Marion County YMCA (Salem Community HS) O Fallon YMCA KINDER CAMP Ages 3-5: Kinder Camp is designed especially for the pre-kindergartener as an ideal setting for preparing your child for activities that will take place in the formal school environment. Children will participate in outdoor play, story time, exercise and a variety of interactive activities. Quiet time is encouraged in lieu of nap time. Campers must be potty trained. Kinder Camp locations: Collinsville Maryville Troy YMCA Monroe County - HTC Center YMCA East Belleville YMCA O Fallon YMCA Kinder Camp pricing and times mirrors Day Camp pricing - See above. BEFORE & AFTER CAMP CARE Before/After-Camp Care Available: Do you need care before or after camp? Don t forget to add on Before or After Camp care! Before Care: 6:30-8:00am After Care: 5:00-6:00pm Fees: Members $15/week; Nonmembers $20/week Fees*: Members $15/week; Nonmembers $20/week *After care fee includes an evening snack at 5:00pm 10

11 Clinton County YMCA (CLN) 9515 Holy Cross Lane Breese, IL Weeks 1-11 May 26 - August 7 Traditional Day Camp Week 2 June 1 - June 5 Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 3 June 8 - June 12 Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 4 June 15 - June 19 Week 5 June 22 - June 26 Baseball/Softball Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 6 June 29 - July 3 Week 7 July 6 - July 10 Scientific Explosion Week 8 July 13 - July 17 Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 9 July 20 - July 24 Aquatic Adventures Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 10 July 27 - July 31 Week 11 August 3 - August 7 *Association Field Day is TBD Frequently Asked Questions: When is the Parent Orientation? Where? Is childcare provided? Thursday, May 28th, 6:30-8:00pm Saturday, May 30th, 10:00-11:30am Northside Park Yes! Where is camp typically held and where do I drop off my child? Camp is located on the southwest corner of Northside Park. Pick up and drop off is at the pavilion on the park s southwest corner. What if there is bad weather? Camp will move the location to Mater Dei High School and drop off/pick up will move to Mater Dei s circle drive. 11

12 Collinsville Maryville Troy YMCA (CMT) 1 Town Center Drive Maryville, IL Weeks 1-11 May 26 - August 7 Traditional Day Camp Weeks 1-11 May 26 - August 7 Kinder Camp Week 2 June 1 - June 5 Sounds of Fun Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 3 June 8 - June 12 Fun & Fit Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 4 June 15 - June 19 Aquatic Adventures Week 5 June 22 - June 26 Soccer Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 6 June 29 - July 3 Week 7 July 6 - July 10 Just Dance! Week 8 July 13 - July 17 Aquatic Adventures Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 9 July 20 - July 24 Golf Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 10 July 27 - July 31 All The World s a Stage Week 11 August 3 - August 7 *Association Field Day is TBD Frequently Asked Questions: When is the Parent Orientation? Where? Is childcare provided? Thursday, May 28th, 6:30-8:00pm Saturday, May 30th, 10:00-11:30am Pool Viewing Area in YMCA Yes! Where is camp typically held and where do I drop off my child? Camp and drop off is located at the field to the south of the Y. What if there is bad weather? Camp will move inside the Y and drop off will move to the front lobby. 12

13 East Belleville YMCA (EBC) East Belleville 2627 Carlyle Ave Belleville, IL Weeks 1-11 May 26 - August 7 Traditional Day Camp Weeks 1-11 May 26 - August 7 Kinder Camp Week 2 June 1 - June 5 Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 3 June 8 - June 12 Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 4 June 15 - June 19 Flag Football Week 5 June 22 - June 26 Baseball/Softball Cook, Cook & Away! Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 6 June 29 - July 3 Week 7 July 6 - July 10 Basketball Scientific Explosion Week 8 July 13 - July 17 Soccer Robotics 101 Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 9 July 20 - July 24 Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 10 July 27 - July 31 Week 11 August 3 - August 7 *Association Field Day is TBD **The East Belleville YMCA partners with Southwestern Illinois College to offer their College for Kids participants an afternoon camp option. Campers must first enroll with College for Kids before being eligible to select this option. Please contact the East Belleville Y for more details. Frequently Asked Questions: When is the Parent Orientation? Where? Is childcare provided? Thursday, May 28th, 6:30-8:00pm Saturday, May 30th, 10:00-11:30am East Belleville Y Basketball gym or Tween Center Yes! Where is camp typically held and where do I drop off my child? EBC Camp is held behind the Y & drop off is in front of the playground. What if there is bad weather? Camp and drop off will move to the gym. 13

14 Marion County YMCA (MAR) 416 E. Oglesby St. Salem, IL ext. 2 Week 1 May 26 - May 29 Traditional Day Camp Week 2 June 1 - June 5 Traditional Day Camp Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 3 June 8 - June 12 Traditional Day Camp Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 4 June 15 - June 19 Traditional Day Camp Week 5 June 22 - June 26 Traditional Day Camp Baseball/Softball Week 6 June 29 - July 3 Traditional Day Camp Cheerleading Week 7 July 6 - July 10 Traditional Day Camp Volleyball Week 8 July 13 - July 17 Traditional Day Camp Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 9 July 20 - July 24 Traditional Day Camp Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 10 July 27 - July 31 Traditional Day Camp Basketball Week 11 August 3 - August 7 Traditional Day Camp *Association Field Day is TBD Frequently Asked Questions: When is the Parent Orientation? Where? Is childcare provided? Thursday, May 28th, 6:30-8:00pm Saturday, May 30th, 10:00-11:30am Salem Community Center Yes! Where is camp typically held and where do I drop off my child? Camp and drop off will be at Salem Community High School. What if there is bad weather? Camp will move inside Salem Community High School. More information will be shared at the Parent Orientation. 14

15 Monroe County - HTC Center YMCA (MON) 9514 Caring Way Columbia, IL Weeks 1-11 May 26 - August 7 Traditional Day Camp Weeks 1-11 May 26 - August 7 Kinder Camp Week 2 June 1 - June 5 Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 3 June 8 - June 12 Aquatic Adventures Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 4 June 15 - June 19 Artful Antics Underwater Biology Week 5 June 22 - June 26 Baseball/Softball Scientific Explosion Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 6 June 29 - July 3 Week 7 July 6 - July 10 Basketball Cheerleading Crafts Galore Week 8 July 13 - July 17 Bowling Volleyball Zoom, Zoom, Zoom! Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 9 July 20 - July 24 Fabulous Fashion Flag Football Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 10 July 27 - July 31 Golf Just Dance Week 11 August 3 - August 7 Karate Soccer *Association Field Day is TBD Frequently Asked Questions: When is the Parent Orientation? Where? Is childcare provided? Thursday, May 28th, 6:30-8:00pm Saturday, May 30th, 10:00-11:30am Basketball Gym or Community Rooms inside the Y (see posted signs) Yes! Where is camp typically held and where do I drop off my child? Camp is located behind the Y (some camps may take place inside) and drop off is at the back entrance to the Y. What if there is bad weather? Camp will move into the gym and drop off will be moved inside the back entrance of the Y. 15

16 O Fallon YMCA (OFN) 284 N. Seven Hills Rd O Fallon IL Weeks 1-11 May 26 - August 7 Traditional Day Camp Weeks 1-11 May 26 - August 7 Kinder Camp Week 2 June 1 - June 5 Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 3 June 8 - June 12 Flag Football Underwater Biology Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 4 June 15 - June 19 Soccer Aquatic Adventures Show Choir Week 5 June 22 - June 26 Baseball/Softball Artful Antics Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 6 June 29 - July 3 Week 7 July 6 - July 10 Basketball Cheerleading All The World s a Stage Week 8 July 13 - July 17 Volleyball Fabulous Fashion Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Natural Flight Week 9 July 20 - July 24 Bowling Scientific Explosion Scouting Outdoor Adventures-Mechanical Flight Week 10 July 27 - July 31 Cook, Cook & Away! Shake, Rattle & Roll Train Your I in CSI Week 11 August 3 - August 7 *Association Field Day is TBD Frequently Asked Questions: When is the Parent Orientation? Where? Is childcare provided? Thursday, May 28th, 6:30-8:00pm Saturday, May 30th, 10:00-11:30am Pavilion behind Y Yes! Where is camp typically held and where do I drop off my child? Camp is located behind the Y and drop off is at the pavilion. For some sports camps, kids will be transported to Hesse Park. What if there is bad weather? Camp will move into the gym and drop off will be in the lobby. 16

17 ASSOCIATION FIELD DAY Ages: 6-12 We are excited to announce our 5th Annual Association Field Day! Kids from all branches will come together for an exciting day of fun, games, rock climbing, face painting and more. Field Day will take place during Week 6, June 29-July 3. The final location and date is TBD. COUNSELOR IN TRAINING (CIT) Ages: CITs assist camp counselors working with young campers and cultivate their own skills and knowledge in a day camp setting. CIT applicants will go through a similar hiring process of hiring as senior counselors, designed to help them gain knowledge and grow professionally. CITs must attend all training sessions (accommodations can be made by Camp Director due to school schedule only) and commit to volunteering Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm. Application Packets will be available beginning March 7th, at all branches, and must be completed and turned in to the branch of interest by May 3rd. Not every youth who applies for this program will be selected. Participants will be selected based on their application and an in-person interview. This is a volunteer program and therefore has no cost for those selected for the program. [EBC, CLN, CMT, MAR, MON, OFN] JR. COUNSELOR IN TRAINING (JCIT) Ages: JCITs will assist camp counselors working with young campers and cultivate their own skills and knowledge in a day camp setting. JCIT applicants will participate in an interview to be selected into the program. This experience will help them gain knowledge and professional growth. JCITs are encouraged to attend all training sessions (accommodations can be made by Camp Director due to school schedule) and commit to participating at camp Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm. Commitment must be made for at least 4 consecutive weeks throughout the summer. Application Packets will be available beginning March 7th, at all branches, and must be completed and turned in to the branch of interest by May 3rd. Program Fee: $35 per week [EBC, CLN, CMT, MAR, MON, OFN] 17

18 SPORTS & SPECIAL INTEREST CAMPS (some ages may vary) Sports & Special Interest Camps offer a unique experience for your child to immerse themselves in a week-long camp that focuses on his or her particular interests. Camps vary in focus areas including sports, fashion, cooking, swimming, singing, theater arts and more! You ll also find camps just for preschoolers and summer adventures for tweens/teens. Each camp will work on core activities in the morning and will swim in the afternoon. Sports and Special Interest Camp descriptions are listed alphabetically by camp name. Artful Antics Ages 8-12 Campers will spend the week learning about various artists and techniques through hands-on activities. Imaginations will run wild as participants create pieces for their very own art show that will be on display for families to view at the end of the week. For further inspiration, campers will travel to the St. Louis Art Museum during the week. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [MON, OFN] All the World s a Stage Ages 8-12 Learn basic stage terms, fundamental acting skills and important tips on auditioning and performing. Your week will be filled with fun theatre and improv games to spur creativity, conquer stage fright and sharpen performance skills. Whether your child is a seasoned performer or new to theatre, this camp will accommodate you! Experience the fun and excitement of performing on an actual stage the last day of camp in a variety show of monologues, skits and musical numbers. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [CMT, OFN] Aquatic Adventures Ages 4-12 (Ages may vary per branch) Aquatic Adventures is designed for swimmers of all levels. Your child will become comfortable in the water, increase swimming skills, understand and practice water safety and will also receive a great start to refining his or her skills. Campers will enjoy swim lessons, water games, water safety skills and splash time in the water. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [CLN, CMT, MON, OFN] 18

19 Baseball/Softball Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the Y. This camp is a great opportunity for those who are just putting on a glove to those who have played baseball/softball for years. Learn the fundamentals of the sport along with daily competitions. Lessons in fundamentals include: catching, throwing, bunting, hitting and base running. Campers will also get a behind-the-scenes tour of Busch Stadium to end their week! Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [CLN, EBC, MAR, MON, OFN] Basketball Basketball camp will include lessons in fundamentals and strategy. Join us on the last day of camp for our very own version of YMCA Madness, a tournament among campers from all branches. Participants will be grouped based on age and skill level. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [EBC, MAR, MON, OFN] Bowling Ages 7-12 Y campers will learn techniques to improve their bowling skills. The kids will also learn the proper way to keep track of their own score throughout the game. This camp is great for kids who enjoy bowling and want to have fun. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [MON, OFN] Cheerleading Learn basic cheerleading and gymnastics moves including jumps, tumbling and cheers. Then, campers show off their talent and spirit at a basketball game on Friday by cheering for their branch team. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [MAR, MON, OFN] Cook, Cook and Away! Ages 8-12 Are you hungry? During this tasty camp, kids will explore different ways to expand their taste buds and learn to cook some yummy foods. They will get the chance to learn about a variety different kinds of ingredients, nutritious facts and use various kitchen utensils and tools. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [EBC, OFN] 19

20 Crafts Galore Let your imagination soar as you discover your artistic side and express yourself through a variety of arts and crafts projects. Tell a story by drawing or painting, create abstract art with recyclables, capture an outdoor image through chalk, assemble a nature collage and more. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [MON] Fabulous Fashion Think you have a knack for anything fashionable? Then this camp is for you! From what to wear on the first day of school to how to give your bedroom a fun new look, we ll teach you what it truly means to be a fashionista. Get the latest tips for hair and nail care. Design your own clothing, jewelry and accessories. Learn interior design basics and more! Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [MON, OFN] Flag Football Enjoy learning the fundamentals of flag football including catching, passing, flag pulling, and blocking. This camp is great for the child that loves football, and directly prepares participants for our YMCA league. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [EBC, MON, OFN] Fun & Fit Ages 8-12 This camp is specifically designed with youth athletes in mind. Led by a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, we ll work on speed drills, multi-directional agility drills, jumping and strength exercises in a sportsspecific atmosphere. No matter what sport you play, this camp will help improve your performance and keep you injury-free. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [CMT] Golf Ages 8-12 Golf is a sport that can be enjoyed for a lifetime! Campers will work on basic and advanced skills of the game, golf course etiquette, scoring and terminology like par, birdie and eagle. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [CMT, MON] 20

21 Just Dance Love to dance or want to learn how? This camp is for you! Campers will be grouped by skill level during technique drills and combinations so they can improve skills and/or learn new ones. Styles covered will include ballet, jazz, poms and hip hop. Kids will also enjoy games and crafts throughout the week to create team spirit and have fun! A final performance for family and friends will top off a great week of dancing. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [CMT, MON] Karate This camp will focus on the core essentials to learn martial arts. Participants will learn basic karate stances, self-defense techniques and will work on behavior control and discipline. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [MON] Robotics 101 Ages 8-12 During this camp, participants will be exposed to all different types of robotics. Throughout the week, campers will build and create their own robots to keep. Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [EBC] Scientific Explosion For the entire week of this camp, participants will learn about science through experiments that may leave them messy and a bit dirty! Learning the difference between physical and chemical changes, as well as the different types of energy, your child will leave on Friday worn out and excited to learn more when school is back in session! Members $120; Nonmembers $150 [EBC, MON, OFN] 21

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