In the April 23 Courier, different camps and programs offered this summer by the Liberty County Recreation Department were spotlighted. Today, programs highlighted are at First Presbyterian Christian Academy and the Morale Welfare and Recreation Department and Child Youth and School Services at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield.
The Morale Welfare and Recreation Department and Child Youth & School Services at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield already have opened enrollment for their respective summer-camp programs.
For children in kindergarten through fifth grade, the full-day camp is Monday through Friday from 5:30-
6 p.m. There will be a variety of activities suited for the age group. For children in sixth grade and above, camp is from noon-8 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The weekly camps begin at the end of May, when Liberty County schools break for the summer, and runs through the beginning of August, when Fort Stewart schools begin their new school sessions.
Enrollment is under way, and parents can choose to enroll for only the weeks they want their children to attend.
Field trips are included in the camp fees. Hourly children may attend field trips but will need to pay any applicable entrance fees.
According to stewartmwr.com, all eligible children must be registered with CYS Services and parents should call ahead to schedule an appointment. To schedule an appointment, call Fort Stewart CYS at 912-767-2312 or Hunter Army Airfield at 912-315-5425.
The fees are charged using a graduated fee schedule based on total family income and are due the first and 15th of the month.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy is accepting enrollment in the Landers Day Camp. The Landers Day Camp will begin June 2 and will end July 25. The camp is open to both FPCA students and non-FPCA students.
The camp is open to children age 3 through the sixth grade. Camp is from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Before camp, hours are 7-8 a.m. and after-camp care is available from 4-6 p.m.
Snacks, activities and trips are included in the camp’s weekly cost. Campers must bring their own lunch, but microwaves are provided to heat foods. Previous field trips included the Sea Turtle Center on Jekyll, Summer Waves, Jump-n-Jacks, bowling, swimming, the movies, roller skating and trips to Tybee Island.
During camp, students will participate in a variety of activities and trips for academic and entertainment purposes.
Before-camp fees are $15 per week. Camp is $100 per week, and after-camp fees is $30 per week. For more information on the Landers Day Camp, call 912-876-0441 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A different camp option in nearby Bryan County is taking enrollments. Life Moves Dance Studio, 10747 Highway 144 in Richmond Hill, is accepting registration for summer classes and camp. The camp is open to ages 2 through adult. The camp and classes are open to beginners, intermediate and advanced participants. Space is limited; early registration is recommended. For more information, call 912-756-8482.
The schedule is:
• Summer Fun Camp, 9-4 p.m. May 27-30 , $100
• Happy Feet Camp, 9:30-11:30 a.m. June 2-6, $75
• Princess Camp, 1-4 p.m. June 9-16, $80
• Evening summer classes, June 16-20, $100 per week
• Live to Dane (open to children 8-12), 1-4 p.m. June 23-27, $80
• Creative Kids Camp (for children 5-7 years old), 9 a.m.-noon June 17-19 and 24-26, $80
• Evening summer classes, July 21-25, $100 per week