Virtual summer camp for ages 6-13 offered by Central Arizona College

Themes include heroes, legacy, kindness, leadership, service, dreams

By Angela Askey
Posted 5/24/20

Members of the National Society of Leadership and Success at Central Arizona College will host a six-week virtual summer camp for children between the ages of 6-13 to help families stay active and …

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Virtual summer camp for ages 6-13 offered by Central Arizona College

Themes include heroes, legacy, kindness, leadership, service, dreams

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Members of the National Society of Leadership and Success at Central Arizona College will host a six-week virtual summer camp for children between the ages of 6-13 to help families stay active and connected this summer.

The camp begins Monday, June 1, and runs through Thursday, July 9.

Each week campers will have access to instructions for crafts and games, will participate in an online challenge (trivia, scavenger hunt, escape room), and will meet daily (Monday-Thursday) with their camp counselor and group through a private Zoom room to go over a lesson for the week's theme.

Themes include heroes, legacy, kindness, leadership, service and dreams.

Registration is open through May 29 or until spaces are filled.

For more information about registration or to complete a registration form, e-mail Kim David, director of student engagement and activities, at kimberly.david@centralaz.edu.

About CAC

For 50 years, Central Arizona College has been serving and educating the diverse communities of Pinal County. It has five campuses and three centers. Go to centralaz.edu.

Editor's note: Angela Askey is CAC's executive director of public relations and marketing.

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