Children will learn about golf in the morning and become pirates by afternoon. at River Point Golf Club’s summer camp that kick’s off June 12 and July 17. Special photo

Children will learn about golf in the morning and become pirates by afternoon. at River Point Golf Club’s summer camp that kick’s off June 12 and July 17. Special photo

ALBANY — The weather’s getting warmer, the days are getting longer and school will be out soon for the summer break.

After months of school activities keeping them busy, youngsters and youth — and their parents — may be looking for ways to avoid boredom and too much time devoted to playing video games.

One option is the summer camp. For the past few weeks, The Albany Herald has asked organizations that conduct summer camps to send in their information so families can see what’s going on, find any that interest them and plan for the summer.

The camps cover a wide range of interests and structure, with some overnight and others day camps.


Contact Jessica Dorsey with the Dougherty County Extension Service Office, (229) 436-7216.

CLOVERLEAF CAMP, June 4-8, grades 5-6, fee $300, due by May 11.

Campers spend a week at Fortson 4-H Center at Hampton. White Water Park, Stone Mountain laser show, rock climbing and the Atlanta Motor Speedway are on the schedule. Dancing, swimming, nature trails, climbing wall and zip line.

JUNIOR CAMP, July 9-13, grades 7-8, fee $350, due by May 11.

Campers spend a week of fun at Camp Wahsega. White water rafting, cave crawling, overnight campout, night recreation, dance and outdoor sports are on the agenda.

JUNIOR CAMP, June 18-22, grades 7-8, fee $325, due by May 11.

Campers spend a week on Tybee Island. Itinerary includes riverboat tour, dolphin cruise, miniature golf and education about of reptiles, beach and marsh ecology and swimming in the ocean.

SENIOR CAMP, July 2-6, grades 9-12, fee $325, due by May 11.

Campers spend a week engaging in archery, canoeing, high ropes and zipline, entomology, healthy living, herpetology, nature trail, night hikes, swimming and arts and crafts. Tour of the University of Georgia is included.


The Boys & Girls Clubs of Albany Summer Program is May 21 through July 13.

Program hours 9 a.m.-5:45 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays and 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Fridays at the Jane Willson Unit, 1012 Holloway Drive, (229) 420-5580; the Jefferson Street Unit, 1309 N. Jefferson St., (229) 435-2546, and the East Albany Unit, 1112 Inverness Road, (229) 439-4386.

Program hours for the Lipsey/Pate Unit, 129 Whittlesey Court, are 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Mondays-Fridays. The phone is (229) 431-2357.

SWIMMING: The Jefferson Street Pool is located at the Jefferson Street Unit. The club provides swimming lessons for beginners through advanced swimmers. Lessons will be available to the public and for those in the summer program 9 a.m.-noon Mondays-Fridays. The Pool is open to the public 1 p.m.-5 p.m. daily.

For more information, contact one of the units or call the administrative office at (229) 439-0196.


2400 Gillionville Road. Contact (229) 317-6730 or

ACT-UP! ACTING CAMP, June 4-7, 1 p.m.-4 p.m., fee $65.

No performance experience is necessary. Campers will be introduced to a wide variety of fun, confidence-building theater games and exercises.

ADVANCED BASEBALL CLINIC, June 11-14, 6 p.m.-8 p.m., fees are $50 for two days or $90 for all four days. Ages 10-17.

Camp is for baseball players who have advanced skill sets and want to learn about the game at the next level. Coach Scot Hemmings and staff will focus on the game at the college level.

AMERICAN GIRL CAMP, July 16-19, 8 a.m.- noon, fees $125 (includes t-shirt).

Campers will journey through time to meet Kit, Nellie, Josefina and Kristen. Activities will celebrate the lives and capture the spirit of these inspiring heroines. On the last day, a tea party will allow campers to use manners and etiquette they have learned.

AMERICAN RED CROSS BABYSITTER’S TRAINING, July 11-12, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., fees $110.

This class includes child and infant CPR and first aid certification. The class will also help one to learn how to develop a baby-sitting business, keep the sitter and others safe, help children behave and learn about basic care.

BASEBALL CAMP, May 29-June 1, ages 6-12, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., fees are $100 each or $90 each for two participants in the same family. (includes t-shirt and lunch)

Campers will learn the fundamentals of pitching, catching, fielding and team play. Hitting is a part of each day. Bring shoes, glove, cap, bat, helmet and long pants.

BROADCAST JOURNALISM, June 11-14 and June 18-21, 1 p.m.-4 p.m., ages 13-18, fees $165.

Campers will learn about recording and editing video, writing scripts and doing interviews, researching, writing stories, reading on camera and producing an on-location segment. A tour of a local TV news station will be offered.

CAMP OF CHAMPS TEAM CAMP, June 8-9, housing and meal packages are available. Contact Coach Lea Henry (404) 556-2302. Fees are $350, with $100 deposit due by April 30.

Henry will hold girls basketball team camp. Space it limited to 30 teams. Teams will be guaranteed three games per day.

CAVALIER AFTERNOON ACTIVITIES CAMP, June 25-28, July 9-12, July 16-19, noon-5 p.m., fees $65 per week. Ages 6-12.

Challenge your mind, learn new skills. Climb and indoor rock wall, swim in the Darton pool. Campers bring lunch or money to purchase lunch in the dining hall.

COLLISION CARS, July 16-19, 8:30-noon, fee $135. (t-shirt included). Ages 8-12.

Learn to design and build motorized battle cars. Using simple and complex machines, gearing and mechanical advantage, try to smash opponent’s car.

CROSS COUNTRY CAMP, June 11-15, 7 a.m. - 1 p.m., fee $150. (includes light breakfast and lunch).

Introduction to cross-country running through working on the fundamentals. Campers will be instructed on goal setting, meeting challenges and a wilderness run.

DC WRESTLING HIGH INTENSITY CAMP, June 22-26, dorm check in on June 22 from 11 a.m.-noon, pick up 4 p.m.-5 p.m. on June 26. Fee $350 (includes overnight stay and meals).

The camp will focus on Division 1 college wrestling. Workouts, cross-training methods and exposure to the process of being recruited and much more.

DC WRESTLING INDIVIDUAL CAMP, June 19-22, dorm check in June 19 from 11 a.m.-noon, pick up 4 p.m.-5 p.m on June 22. Fees $300 (includes overnight stay and meals).

The class will focus on individual techniques and mat strategies to help wrestlers to move to the next level. Techniques will be taught from all positions.

DC WRESTLING TEAM CAMP, June 10-13, dorm check in June 10 11 a.m.-noon, pick up is 4 p.m.-5 p.m. June 13. Fee $300 (includes overnight stay and meals).

The class will focus on team bonding, the latest techniques and they will compete in a dual style format throughout the camp culminating in a cap team champion.

HORSEBACK RIDING CAMP, June 11-15, 9 a.m.-noon., fee $175. (includes water and a snack).

Campers will learn to ride a horse, psychology of the horse, grooming, first aid, nutrition, breeds and riding styles. Students should dress in jeans or riding breeches. Safety helmets are provided. Bring shorts to change into.

Camp is at Star K Equestrian Center, 310 Long Dirt Road, Leesburg.

LEGO JUNIOR VEHICLES, June 25-28, 8:30 a.m.- noon, ages 5-7, fee $135. (T-shirt included)

Campers will learn to build 14 different vehicles.

DC CAMP OF CHAMPS BASKETBALL, June 4-7, ages 7-16, fee $150 (early bird special $125 by May 1).

The camp focuses on skill instruction and development for position breakdowns, shooting and ball handling, footwork, individual and team defense, 5-on-5 games.

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE DAY CAMP, June 18-21, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., fee $135 (T-shirt included). Ages 9-12.

Campers will learn outdoor skills, being physically active, working with others. Rock climbing both in and outdoor, camp skills, disc golf and group initiative on our Challenge Course.

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE DAY CAMP, ONE OVERNIGHT, June 25-28, 8:30 am.-5 p.m., fees $165 (includes T-shirt). Ages 13-17.

Campers will learn outdoor skills, being physically active, working with others. Rock climbing both in and outdoor, camp skills, disc golf and canoeing.

SCUBA CAMP & CERTIFICATION, Dates to be announced. Program will be five days and one night. Fees $525. Limit to 8 persons. Locations for dive is Morrison Springs and Panama City, Fla.

SOCCER CAMP, June 18-20, 9 a.m.-noon, fees $85. Early bird is $75 by June 8. (T-shirt included). Ages 6-14.

Improve your game, receive technical and functional training for basic skills and position play.

SOFTBALL DAY CAMP, June 4-6 and July 23-25, fees $85 (T-shirts included for early registration by May 27, July 18.)

Learn the fundamentals of hitting, throwing, fielding, catching and individual position play. Bring shoes and gloves.

SOFTBALL HITTING CLINIC, June 27-30 and July 9-11, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., fees $85, early bird fee $75 by June 13, July 1.

This clinic is devoted to hitting and the offensive side of fast pitch softball.

SWIMMING, June 4-8, June 11-15, June 18-22, June 25-29, July 9-13, July 16-20 and July 23-27; 8 a.m.-5 p.m. full day, fee $200; 8 a.m.-noon, half- day, fee $125. Ages 5-18.

Campers should bring a lunch; vending machines are available. Participants will swim, bowl and play racquetball, and watch movies and play games.

TENNIS CAMP, May 29-June 1, 12:30 p.m.-3 p.m., fee $65 (T-shirt included). Ages 6-17.

Learn basic fundamentals of forehands, backhands and serve. Find out about scoring etiquette, terminology and matches.

WOW SCIENCE CAMP, July 9-12, 8:30 a.m.-noon, fee $130 (includes T-shirt).

Students will make volcanos erupt, make dinosaurs grow to twice their size, conduct myth-buster experiments and more.


KIDDIE COLLEGE: “Back in the Swing of Things” May 29-June 22; full day 8 a.m.-5 p.m., fee $500; half-day 8 a.m.-noon, fee $250. This program runs Monday-Friday throughout the summer. Program will cover math, language arts, science and reading, also music, swimming, golf, Spanish, sports and arts and crafts. Program is hosted by Early Learning Center. Contact (229) 430-2792.


Deerfield Windsor School’s upper campus is at 2500 Nottingham Way.

CAMP INVENTION ’12, June 18-22, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., fee $200. Campers will take a time machine for a fantastic adventure, take a ship to a magnetic island and then create their own island, along with finding out what is inside an old radio, plus other things. Contact Cathy Jones at (229) 869-1888.


2832 Ledo Road, Albany (across the road from the Lee County Walmart).

SUMMER DAY CAMP, May 21-Aug. 9, 6:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Weekly fees: $99 for one child; $89 for second child; $79 for third child; fourth child is free. Registration fee per child is $50.

Four field trips a week (All American Fun Park, Stardust Skate Center, swimming at YMCA Sports Park, movie at Carmike Cinemas). Breakfast, lunch and snack are included

Contact (229) 436-0173 or


STONEHAVEN STABLES, 2816 Palmyra Road, May 28-Aug. 3, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., ages 6-16; fee: $75 a week.

Campers will learn about horse care, grooming and riding. Games, arts and crafts are also part of the day. Campers are to provide their own lunches.

Contact Carol Rathel (229) 431-0056 or


KINGS KIDS PRODUCTION COMPANY: Sherwood Christian Academy will hold two summer camps at the Secondary School, 1418 Old Pretoria Road. Fee: $140.

“Winnie the Pooh Kids” is for rising K5-6th graders, June 18-June 22, 1 p.m.- 4p.m. Auditions are May 10 from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. and May 12 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at the lower campus, 2200 Stuart Ave. Call for additional audition times and dates. (229) 347-9818.

“Alice in Wonderland JR” is for 1st-10th -graders, July 23-27, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Auditions are May 10 from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. and May 12 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at the Lower Campus, 2200 Stuart Ave. Call for additional audition times and dates. (229) 347-9818.


The park is at 105 Chehaw Park Road. Contact (229) 430-5275 or

AFRICAN ADVENTURE: Safari through the vast jungles and savannas of Africa.

May 28-June 1 and June 25-29, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., ages 5-12; fee: $125.

DINOSAURS: Dig up the past by finding fossils in a real dig and meet their living relatives.

June 4-8 and July 9-13, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., ages 5-12; fee: $125.

ZOOKEEPERS 101: Learn all about the different types of animals that live at Chehaw and go behind the scenes to see what it really takes to work in a zoo.

June 11-15 and July 16-20, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., ages 5-12; fee: $125.

OVERNIGHT CAMPOUT: Overnight campers will have the opportunity to experience the zoo at night by playing games, hiking in the woods and cooking fireside.

June 15 or July 20, 6 p.m.-9 a.m, ages 5-12; fee: $30.

NATURALIST CAMP: This camp will explore the natural wonders and learn of survival techniques and an overnight campout.

June 18-22 or July 23-27, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., ages 8-12; fee: $75.

SUPERHERO CAMP: Animals use their special powers to survive daily. Learn how “super” animals can be.

June 18-22 or July 23-27, ages 5-7, Session A: 9 a.m.-noon, Session B: 1 p.m.-3p.m.; fee: $75.

RED, WILD AND BLUE: Learn about endangered and threatened animals and how people can help.

July 2-6, 9 a.m.-3p.m., ages 5-12; fee: $125 for week or $30, single day.


The museum offers six week-long art camps at the 311 Meadowlark Drive facility for grades 1-5. Full day camps are 9 a.m.-4 p.m. or half-day 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Fees range from $75-$200 per child. Cost includes all materials and supplies. Snacks and lunch are provided by the child. Contact Crystal Morrison (229) 439-8400 or Visit for more information.

WILDLIFE!, June 4-8, Campers will learn and create artworks of some of Southwest Georgia’s unique wildlife.

GOING GREEN, June 11-15, Campers will create art from recyclable items, this style of art is called junk art.

AROUND THE WORLD, June 28-22, Campers will create jewelry, masks, musical instruments and learn about people from other countries.

HOW IS IT MADE?, June 25-June 29, Campers will learn to make crayons, paint, pinhole photography and puzzles.

BUILD IT!, July 9-13, Learn how to construct a building and animals in this 3-D creation week.

BIG SPLASH, July 16-20, During mixed media week, campers will work with watercolor, acrylic and tempera paints.


ARCHERY CAMPS, June 5-7 (Laura S. Walker State Park in Waycross) and June 19-21 (Wynfield Plantation in Albany), fees are $50 per camper. Ages 9-14. The state Department of Natural Resources camps aim to educate and engage adventurous youth. Target practice, fishing, outdoor exploration, wildlife identification and hunter safety presentations.

To register, an archery camp registration packet must be completed and turned in along with payment. For more information, visit


River Pointe Golf Club 801 River Point Drive.

PIRATES OF THE FLINT, June 12-16 or July 17-21, fee: $350, ages 6-14. The first part of the morning is spent getting lessons on golf, with a tournament on Thursday. In the afternoons, children will become young pirates on the Flint River in a pirate ship. The kids will learn about boating and sailing, navigation with charts, compass and safety on the water. On Friday, the pool area will become pirate headquarters with a evening feast for family and friends. Parents and campers are invited to camp out, with RVs welcome. Contact (229) 883-4885 or visit


514 Pine Ave.

Theatre Albany, will conduct its 27th annual Summer Youth Workshop 9 a.m.-1 p.m. June 25-29 at Theatre Albany, 514 Pine Ave. The workshop is opened to ages 7-18. Fee: $150 per person. Workshops are designed to be fun and non-competitive. Registration begins May 15. Contact (229) 439-7193.


DANCE MANIA, May 29-June 22, 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., 2401 Dawson Road; fee: $80 per week or a flat rate of $300. Ages 7 years and up. Uptown Dance Studio hosts this dance camp which involves dance, cheer & tumbling, drama, swimming, arts and crafts. There is one field trip a week and lunch and snacks are provided by the camp. Contact, (229) 291-4203 or email


SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP 2012, June 4-July 20, is for children 2-9 years old. Located at Far Horizons Montressori School, 613 Pointe North Blvd.

Monday-Friday, half-day camps are 8:30 a.m.-noon; full-day, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.; extended-day, 7:40 a.m.-5 p.m.

Super Safari: Campers are off to the Serengeti in search of giraffes, lions and zebras, creating colorful masks, playful puppets and delicious trail mix. Campers paint faces, learn to work a compass and raise a rumpus as they sing and dance with rhythm sticks.

Rain Forest Retreat: Campers create paper mache’ anacondas, sculpt beautiful birds and engage in playful monkey crafts. They’ll make fruit kabobs, pineapple bread and chocolate covered bananas to fuel their water relays, bubble play and parachute games.

Barnyard Banter: Campers craft barnyard babies, plant towering sunflowers and make vegetable forts. After making scarecrows and chocolate mud pies, they’ll help the Little Red Hen make homemade bread and fresh garden salads.

Summer Scholars: Reading and Math enrichment is offered each afternoon at no additional cost to full-day campers.

Contact (229) 438.0192 or visit


CAMP GOOD GRIEF, K-5th grade and CAMP JOURNEY, 6-12 grades, at Potter Community Center.

Organized for children who have had a death of someone in their family or close to them. Camp programs involve team building, sports activities, arts and crafts, and group sessions. There is no fee.

Camp are sponsored by Albany Community Hospice and Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital.

Contact the Camp Committee at Willson Hospice House, (229) 312-7050.


CHAMPS SUMMER PROGRAM, May 29-June 29, 8-13-year- olds, at Southside Middle School, 1615 Newton Road. Camp is 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; extended day: 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Cost is $35 per week, with discounts available for multiple siblings who attend. Registrations are May 5 at Sam’s Club on Westover Boulevard and May 19 in front of the Dougherty Judicial Building, 225 Pine Ave. program is a joint project of the Dougherty County Sheriff’s Office and School System.

Contact Lt. Terron Hayes or Officer Cassandra Jennings at (229) 431-2169 or (229) 344-4363 for information.


The downtown Flint RiverQaurium and Thronateeska Heritage Center are working together on some camps this summer.

The Flint RiverQuarium is located at 101 Pine Ave.

Thronateeska Heritage Center, including the Wetherbee Planetarium, is located at 100 Roosevelt Ave.

SPACE CAMP, June 4-8, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Thronateeska; fees: $100-$110; ages 5-11 years old.

Peer into the blackness of space in full-dome Wetherbee Planetarium video, conduct wacky science experiments and build your own bottle rocket.

CSI: FLINT RIVERQUARIUM, June 11-12, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., RiverQuarium; fees: $65-$75; ages 8-12 years old.

Learn about different types of forensic techniques, such as fingerprinting and crime scene analysis while you help solve an animal mystery.

LOCOMOTION LEARNERS, June 11-13, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Thronateeska; fees: $65-$75; ages 5-8 years old.

Kids will study simple machines, the difference between pushes and pulls and about gravity.

GROSS-OLOGY, June 18-20, 8:30 a.m.- 3 p.m., RiverQuarium; fees: $65-$75; ages 7-11 years old.

Kids will delve into fun experiments and learn the importance of all unpleasant things our body produces.

WATER CAMP, June 18-20, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Thronateeska; fee: $65-$75. Ages 9-12 years old.

Kids will learn how important water is to life, have fun with water experiments and spend an entire day playing water games at Thornateeska.

ANCIENT ADVENTURES, June 25-28, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., fees: $100-110; ages 7-11 years old.

Kids will spend time at an exclusive dig site, explore cultures, Native American history and discover some of the largest creatures to roam the earth.

WILD AND WACKY SCIENCE, June 9-13, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m., at both Thronateeska and the RiverQuarium, fees: $100-110; ages 7-11 years old.

Kids will experiment with earth, wind, water and more. Investigate chemical reactions and manipulate the forces and fields that make everything work.

SMALL FRY, June 16-20, 9 a.m.-noon, RiverQuarium; fees: $60-$70; ages 5,6.

Kids will get to meet new creatures and learn about their homes. Hands-on activities will help kids to understand what different animals need to survive.

Contact Melissa Martin at (229) 639-2650 Ext. 226 or email Register for camps online at www.flintriverquarium.


MAGIC KINGDOM CAMP, 1701 Gillionville Road, May 20-Aug. 3, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; early drop-off 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and late pick-up 4 p.m.-6 p.m. available for no extra charge. Ages, 5-7 years old (4 year olds will be accepted only if they have attended a licensed day care program previous to camp).

YMCA SPORTS PARK, 4508 Gillionville Road, May 20-Aug. 3, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., early drop-off 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and late pick-up 4 p.m.- 6 p.m. available for no extra charge. Ages, 8-14 year old.

Girls Rock and All Ball Sports Camp — Fundamentals of cheer, dance and sports.

LEE COUNTY SITE at Amazing Grace Baptist Church, 2217 Ledo Road, May 24-Aug. 10, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., early drop-off 7 a.m.-9 a.m. and late pick-up 4 p.m.- 6 p.m. available for no extra charge. Ages 5-14 (4 year olds will be accepted only if they have attended a licensed day care program previous to camp).

MAGIC KINGDOM CAMP, for ages 5-7. Every day is a new adventure!

GIRLS ROCK AND ALL BALL SPORTS Camp for ages 8-14. Fundamentals of cheer, dance and sports.

One-time registration fee: $50 per child

Weekly Fees: YMCA Members: one child $79/week; additional children, $69/week; non-members: one child $89/week; additional children $79/week

Contact the YMCA at (229) 436-0531 for more information. Register at the Central Facility YMCA, 1701 Gillionville Road or the Lee Branch, 316 Robert B. Lee Drive, Leesburg.


CAMP KWD, 1701 Gillionville Road YMCA, for kids with Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, prediabetes, metabolic syndrome and those at risk of developing diabetes. Activities include swimming, sports, games, arts & crafts, creative movement, movies, evening family fun/educational sessions and more.

June 18-22, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Ages 8-13 years old.

Presented as a partnership between the YMCA and Phoebe Diabetes Care Center. Phoebe nurses will be on hand throughout camp to monitor blood glucose on a regular basis. Phoebe dietitians will offer lifestyle tips on topics such as healthy meals and snacks, and weight management. Campers will learn how to live a healthier lifestyle while having fun and making new friends.

Fees: YMCA members $79; non-members, $89.

Through a poker run fundraiser by The Few Motorcycle Club, the YMCA has full and partial scholarships available for this camp. Funds are limited, so early application is suggested.

Contact the YMCA at (229) 436-0531. Register at the Central Facility YMCA, 1701 Gillionville Road, or the Lee Branch, 316 Robert B. Lee Drive, Leesburg.


YMCA Sports Park, 4508 Gillionville Road, July 16-20, 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m., ages 5-17 years old.

Train for the youth triathlon, scheduled for Saturday, July 21. Camp fee includes entry into event. An experienced triathlete will coach campers on running, biking and swimming. Safety and fun is stressed in all activities.

Fees: YMCA member, $60; Non-member $90.

Contact the YMCA at (229) 436-0531. Register at the Central Facility YMCA, 1701 Gillionville Road or the Lee Branch, 316 Robert B. Lee Drive, Leesburg.

BRITISH SOCCER CAMPS, YMCA Sports Park, 4508 Gillionville Road, June 18-22, ages 4-18 years old; mini soccer for ages 4-5; 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m.; fees $99.

Half-day camp for ages 6-18, choose between 9 a.m.-noon or 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; fee: $133.

Full-day Camp for ages 10-18, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; fee: $225.


July 16-22, First Kicks, ages 3-4, 9 a.m.-10 a.m.; fee: $85. Mini soccer for ages 4-6, 10:15 a.m.-11:45 a.m.; fee: $99. Half-day camp, ages 6-16, 9 a.m. -noon; fee: $133. Full-day camps, ages 8-16, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; fee: $185.

To register for British Soccer Camps, or to get more information, visit

The YMCA offers financial assistance for membership and programs to those who qualify when funds are available. Please contact the YMCA at (229) 436-0531 for a financial assistance application.


chinaberry25 3 years, 4 months ago

Too late for this article. School starts in little over a week.


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