|Youth Briefs: 05-23-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 23 May 2013 09:04|
Register for Girl Scout camp
A Girl Scout camp will take place at St. Mark's Lutheran Church June 4-6 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The registration deadline for this camp is Monday.
This opportunity is open to all girls in kindergarten through third grade who are not currently in Girl Scouts.
There is a $12 registration fee to attend, and financial aid is available. Also, girls will need to bring their own lunch for each day of the camp.
BGSU has variety of camps
Camps for kids ages 5-12 will be held this summer on the Bowling Green State University campus. They emphasize physical development and education while promoting a healthy lifestyle.
The include (the last activity listed is optional):
• BG Through the Decade, June 3-7, golf
• Superheroes Save the Day, June 10-14, rock climbing
• When You Wish Upon a Star, June 17-21, swimming
• Adventure Land, June 24-28, ice skating
• Games Galore, July 1-5
• Going Green in Bowling Green, July 8-12, rock climbing
• Once Upon a Time, July 15-19, volleyball
• Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, July 22-26, swimming
• You're a Mad, Mad, Scientist, July 29-Aug. 2, softball
Charges for camp start at $69 for a part-time student with BGSU employee pricing. There are options for community members and before-after care. There are also discounts for additional children.
Kids, parents invited to Hayes family history adventure
FREMONT - Children in grades 4-12 can sign up now for an adventure at the Hayes Presidential Center.
"Be a Family Detective - Genealogy for Kids" leads youngsters (and parental companions) on a quest to uncover their ancestry. Head Librarian Becky Hill will meet students at 9:30 a.m. June 8 at the Hayes Presidential Center.
The trail she has scouted takes young detectives through the quiet forests of stacks of books in libraries, on virtual treks in the wide open expanses of cemeteries, dark and dusty closets and attics, and dense jungle of Internet resources.
Students and parents should prepare for a two-hour journey and come equipped with paper and pencils.
The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center is located at the corner of Hayes and Buckland avenues. Check the Hayes Presidential Center Web site at www.rbhayes.org for a complete list of events.
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