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Sign Up Now For Camp Fire Day Camp

Wichita Falls, Texas - Summer is almost here and it is time to begin registering for Camp Fire USA's annual summer day camp at Harrell Park.  Not only does summer camp leave your child with lasting memories, it is a great opportunity for them to meet a diverse group of friends, and have some fun with both new and old. Camp Fire Day Camp is available to everyone, your child does not have to be a member of Camp Fire to attend.

 All campers will learn to build a fire and have a cookout. They have archery, canoeing, and swim lessons, sing songs, crafts, dancing, science activities, bird watching, sports and games, skits and much, much more. Campers are placed into groups of 10 to 15 and are assigned to a counselor and junior counselor depending on group size and availability.

New activities at camp this year will be Bird Watching with Katheryn Smith of Smith's Farms and a Fishing program provided by Master Naturalists. 
                                                       
The fee for camp is $75 per week for Camp Fire USA members.  Those who are not members must pay a one-time fee of $15 plus the weekly fee.  Those registering by Wednesday, May 30 will receive a camp T-shirt for $2.   T-shirts can be purchased after that date.
                                                                    
There are three sessions of camp running from June 4-8, June 11-15 and June 18-22.  Each session is Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and for the convenience of working parents children can swim at the pool for an extra $10 until their parents get off work.
                           
You can sign your child up for one, two, or all three sessions.  Stop by the Camp Fire office at 2414 Ninth Street by Wednesday, May 30 to register early and get a free $2 T-shirt.  more than 900 children and youth attended last summer, so hurry and reserve your child's spot today.   For more information, call Camp Fire USA at 322-5209, fax: 322-5200, e-mail: info@campfirentx.org

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