Around the World Summer Camp

McConnell Youth Programs are excited to announce that not only do they have a school age children (SAC) summer camp, but they also have a middle school summer camp. Both camps will start June 8th and end on August 21st. If you are looking for somewhere that your school age children or middle school youth would enjoy attending, then McConnell Youth Programs is the place for them.

Their SAC program will feature many different activities from 6:30am-5:30pm each day. This includes, but not limited to, science, technology, art, music, drama and inside/outside physical activities. The children and youth will be swimming and bowling twice a week and attend field trips to numerous areas around the community. A few of their field trips will be to Pioneer Tunnel, a Senator’s game, Turkey Hill, Amish House and North Museum.

Their Middle School camp will take place from 6:30am-1:00PM each day, then they will merge into the open recreation program at 1:00pm. Youth members will participate in several Boys and Girls Club (BGCA) and 4H activities that range from cooking, technology experiments, gardening, community service and so much more. All participates will have the opportunity to participate in swimming and field trip events after 1:00pm.

Come on and enjoy the wonderful summer and enroll your child into their programs. Schedule an appointment for registration with Parent Central Service at 717-245-3801. More information can be found on their website at http://www.carlislemwr.com/family-programs/child-and-youth-services/summer-camp.

Can’t wait to see you this summer!

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