We're starting to gather up great staff for 2014. We'll have some favorites and some new to you for a great year.
Look at Camp this Summer for our schedule.
Josie's # 629-3547 or Gaby 629-3656
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WhenThursday, Aug 5, 2010
Orientation June 21-24 STAFF ORIENTATION
Session 1 W, June 25 – W, July 2 Ranch &Wild Camp (Ages 8-11)
Session 2- Sat, July5 – Sun, 13 Makers Camp ** (Ages 11-13)
Session 3- W, July 16 – W, 23 River and Adventure Camp (Ages 9-12)
Session 4 -M July 7-F July 11 Explorer Day Camp (Ages 5-7)
Session 5- Sat, July 19 – Sat, 26 Teen Back Pack (Ages 13-15)
**What is Makers Camp? here
+++WHAT IS LANGUAGE IMMERSION? here
Register for Camp 2014 here
WHAT TO BRING ---- Pack into duffel or suitcase
What NOT to Bring
ALSO THIS YEAR!
(if you can)
PARTS OF A COSTUME FOR THE
Please check your child for head lice prior to sending her/him to camp. Eggs and nits must be removed from hair. Mature female lays 3-6 eggs daily. They hatch in 8-10 days and may survive for 3 wks on clothing.
Treatment: Nix, Rid, Lindane (prescription). Alternative products are available at Moonrise Herbs in Arcata. All bedding and clothing should be washed in hot water and dried in commercial dryer. Soaking hair with vinegar /water solution and applying mayonnaise helps with nit removal.
Andrea Armin, Humboldt County Social Worker
“For my part, what I noticed about (the camper) is that his self-esteem and confidence level had gotten a huge boost after camp. He was glowing with better health and energy, too—from all that time outside, which was impossible where he lived. He couldn’t stop talking about his adventures and some of the adults who mentored him.”