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    Boys and Girls Club camp brochure  2014 Boys and Girls Club camp brochure 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • Phone: 404.487.5355 Fax: 404.487.5828 E-mail: ejackson@bgca.org Military Services 1275 Peachtree Street, NE Atlanta, GA 30309 Resiliency & Reintegration Camps The vision for BGCA camps was born out of the need to provide a unique camping experience for military youth that would build resiliency, offer support during all phases of the deployment, and introduce youth to Boys & Girls Club programs. Daily activities will be structured upon a proven and successful youth development strategy to offer unique experiences that promote the positive development of youth. Why Camp? Boys & Girls Clubs of America Military & Outreach Services
    • LOCATIONS The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee Camp Whitcomb/Mason Hartland, WI June 23 –27, 2014 Registration Deadline: June 18 Military Youth Campers: Ages 7-13 To register, visit: www.campwhitcombmason.org or contact Lisa Kuehn at 262-538-1190 The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs Camp Walter Johnson, Denton, NC July 7 -12, 2014 Registration Deadline: July 1 Military Youth Campers: Ages 6-14 To register, visit: www.carolinaclubs.org or contact Wesley Sharpe at wesley.sharpe@uss.salvationarmy.org Transportation will not be provided. Families must provide transportation to and from camp. Registered youth must be a legal dependent of a military member. I REGISTER NOW RESILIENCY & REINTEGRATION CAMP: Boys & Girls Clubs of America Military & Outreach Services is excited to announce the locations for the 2014 Military Resiliency & Reintegration Summer Camps. This program was developed by BGCA to support the military youth of Reserve, National Guard, Veterans and Active Duty Families. The inaugural year of BGCA Resiliency & Reintegration camps will be hosted at Camp Whitcomb/Mason in Hartland, WI and Camp Walter Johnson in Denton, NC. These camps are designed to give military youth an opportunity to experience summer camp with their peers. The camp will offer youth curriculum based programs designed to provide our military youth with the necessary skills to build resiliency, practice healthy lifestyles, problem solve and learn family communication skills. Selected camp sites are accredited by the American Camping Association. The American Camp Association is the only nationwide organization that accredits children’s camps. The ACA Accreditation process is a voluntary commitment by camps to the highest standards of health, safety, and program quality. Eric Jackson Director, Military Outreach 1275 Peachtree Street, NE Atlanta, GA 30309 Phone: 404.487.5355 Fax: 404.487.5828 E-mail: ejackson@bgca.org Boys & Girls Clubs of America