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Hernando County YMCA plans number of summer camps

The Hernando County YMCA is taking registrations for summer camps.

Full-day themed and specialty camps:

Summer Campmania!: June 14 to Aug. 16, at Westside Elementary School. For ages 5-12. The cost is $92 per week.

Camp Exploration: June 14 to Aug. 16, at J.D. Floyd K-8 School. For ages 5-12. The cost is $92 per week.

It's A Small World: June 14 to Aug. 16, at Spring Hill Elementary School. For ages 5-12. The cost is $92 per week.

Little Explorers Pre-K Camp: June 14 to Aug. 16, at Westside Elementary School. For ages 3-4. The cost is $92 per week.

Counselors in Training: June 14 to July 12 at Chocachatti Elementary School; July 19 to Aug. 16 at Sand Hill Scout Reservation. For ages 13-15. The cost is $40.

Fit Nation: July 19 to Aug. 16, Sand Hill Scout Reservation. For ages 8-12. The cost is $99 per week.

Aquatic Science: June 21-25, Chocachatti Elementary School. For ages 8-12. The cost is $225, which includes trips to swim with a manatee, the Florida Aquarium, the beach, the Clearwater Marine Aquarium and Sea World.

Camp Broadway: June 28 to July 2, at Chocachatti Elementary School. For ages 7-12. The cost is $100.

Extreme Outdoors: July 5-9, at Chocachatti Elementary School. For ages 8-12. The cost is $175, which includes trips to the beach, snorkeling and more.

• Morning speciality camps will be offered June 14 to July 16 at Chocachatti Elementary School and July 19 to Aug. 20 at the Sand Hill Scout Reservation. Half-day camps are from 8-11 a.m. or 1-4 p.m. for $65. Full-day camps are $110, which include extended care from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at no additional fee. A variety of camps are offered for children ages 5-12, including sports, dancing, art, wood working, science, photography and others.

A full schedule of camps and registration is available online at www.suncoastymca.org or stop by the YMCA School Age Programs office at 1236 Mariner Blvd., Spring Hill. For information, call (352) 686-9622.

Hernando County YMCA plans number of summer camps 04/17/10 [Last modified: Saturday, April 17, 2010 10:20am]
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