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May 12, 2012

City hosts variety of summer day camps

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TIME: 1-3 p.m.
 
June 18-22 “Art, Art, & More Art Camp”
INSTRUCTOR: Brandee Kime (Oologah Public Schools)
WHAT:  Drawing, clay, basket weaving
AGES:  Grades K-6th
COST: $50; Only the first 25 paid participants will be eligible to participate.
WHERE: Claremore Community Center
TIME: 1-3 p.m.
 
June 25, 27, and 29 “Fun with Fossils Camp (Session # 1)”
INSTRUCTOR: Susan Liebl                        
WHAT:  Interesting facts about fossils and a field trip on Friday
AGES:  Grades 2nd-5th
COST: $25 (Includes Supplies); Only the first 15 paid participants will be eligible to participate.  
WHERE: Claremore Community Center  
TIME: 9-11 a.m.
 
June 25-29 “BLAST Summer Camp (Session # 1)”
INSTRUCTOR: Susan Jensen
WHAT: Fun, Sports Camps, Shopping  and many surprises
AGES: 4th- 8th Grades
COST: $100 per week or both weeks $185
WHERE: Claremore Community Center
TIME: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
 
July 5 and July 11 “Making a Better You”
INSTRUCTOR: Donna Patterson (OSU Extension Service)                        
WHAT:  Focus on healthy lifestyles, team building, and risky behavior education
AGES:  Grades 2nd-7th
COST: No Charge  
WHERE: Claremore Community Center  (Conference Room) 
TIME: 1-3 p.m.
 
July 9-13 “Young Kids 2 Camp (Session # 2)” 
INSTRUCTOR: Tabitha Crouch                        
WHAT:  Arts, Crafts, Music
AGES:  4-8
COST: $40 (Includes Supplies); Only the first 20 paid participants will be eligible to participate.  
WHERE: Claremore Community Center  
TIME: 8-11 a.m.
 
July 9-13 “Princess Camp (Session # 2)”
INSTRUCTOR: Tabitha Crouch                        
WHAT:  Arts, Crafts, Music
AGES:  4-8
COST: $40 (Includes Supplies); Only the first 20 paid participants will be eligible to participate.  
WHERE: Claremore Community Center  
TIME: 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
 
July 23-27 “Archery Camp”
INSTRUCTOR: Anetta Brouse (4-H Club)
WHAT:  Beginning archery
AGES:  9-19
COST: Free of charge; Enrollment is limited to 30 participants.
WHERE: Claremore Community Center
TIME: 1-3 p.m.
 
July 16-20 “BLAST Summer Camp (Session # 2)”
INSTRUCTOR: Susan Jensen
WHAT: Fun, Sports Camps, Shopping  and many surprises
AGES: 4th-8th Grades
COST: $100 per week or both weeks $185
WHERE: Claremore Community Center
TIME: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
 
July 23-27 “Cooking Camp”
INSTRUCTOR: Linda Coons (Country Inn)

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