Monday, February 8, 2010

Spring Break Camp


If you are looking for a fun way to keep your kids entertained during Spring Break, Extension may just have the thing for you! Texas AgriLife Extension is hosting a Spring Break Camp, March 15-18, 9am-2pm.

This is an educational camp, and we will be covering food nutrition, earth science (weather), entomology & horticulture, and doing some fun team building exercises. Some of the activities planned for this year include making healthy snacks, learning how to identify clouds and predict weather patterns, learning how bees communicate, and plant propagation. We had a blast last year, so we're trying it again this year.

All campers will earn a 4-H project group in (at least), earth science, youth development, and food nutrition.

Campers ages 7-11 are invited, and older kids are welcome to act as camp mentors/counselors (same fees apply). The cost is $50 per camper, which will cover snacks and materials for the week. Please bring a sack lunch and let us know if you need special accommodations or dietary needs.

Space is limited to the first 25 paid, complete registrations, so give us a call if you are interested! (210-467-6575 and ask for Molly).

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