NIM Kids Camp: Step Back in History

NIM Kids Summer Camp is a day camp filled with great activities for ages 6-14, designed to promote teamwork and teach the Army values. There are five week-long sessions over this summer. 2018 Camp Sessions: CIT Course: Counselor-in-Training (8th and 9th grades only) June 4-8, 2018 (9:00am – 4:00pm) 8th and 9th graders only. Must have been […]

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Camp Chehaw | Experience Sleep Away Camp at a Zoo!

Camp Chehaw is the coolest destination for your adventurous camper.  This is the perfect blend between zoo and traditional overnight camps.  Many friendships and memories will be made as we learn survival skills and explore the outdoors through canoe trips, nature walks, archery, and primitive skills demonstrations.  The fun doesn’t stop there, each day, campers […]

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Marannook “The Lord’s Resting Place” Summer Camp

Marannook mission is to know Christ through the study of His Word and to make Him known through summer camp experiences.  For more than 40 years, Marannook has been offering camping adventures for children going into grades 1-9. This summer will be no exception! We’ve planned another slate of week-long sessions, each packed with exciting activities […]

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Choosing a Preschool

If you have a child that will be ready for preschool in the fall, it is a good idea to get an early start on securing your child a spot in the preschool that is the best fit for him and for your family. Here are some tips to help guide you in your search […]

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Apple Donuts

Ingredients for Apple Donuts Apples Cream Cheese Food Coloring (optional) Sprinkles Directions Slice your apples about 3/4” thick. Use a knife, corer, or pastry tip to make a hole in the center. Color your cream cheese if you’d like. We just added a drop of neon food coloring to get these bright colors. Add sprinkles. Additional […]

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Teacup Bird Feeder

Supplies for Tea Cup Bird Feeder Matching Teacup and Plate E6000 Glue 6-8-Inch Piece of Twine Bird Seed Directions Wipe down and remove any stickers that may be on your cup and plate. Set your cup on its side on top of the plate, handle sticking straight up and see how it fits the flattest […]

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Keeping your Brain Power

The brain is the body’s most complex organ. It’s also the most important one. That’s why keeping it healthy is critical, especially as you age. Every day, scientists are discovering how closely our minds and bodies are connected. As it turns out, the things that you do to keep your body and heart healthy may […]

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Kids in the Garden

We are in a day and an age where gardening seems to be getting scarce.  Of course, many parents and their children live in suburbs or big cities where it’s hard to grow a garden.  Hoeing, tilling, and planting seems to associate more to the past.  You imagine a plow and a tiresome mule toiling […]

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Hughston Clinic Offers a Scrubs Camp

Does your child have an interest in the medical field? Whether their appeal stems from a love for “Grey’s Anatomy” or a natural knack to care for people, Hughston’s Scrubs Camp will help explore medical career opportunities with hands-on experiences, tours, demonstrations and speakers. The camp provides a unique outlet for students to explore their […]

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