2014 YMCA SOUTHCOAST Camp Brochure
Summer Day Camp
CONFIDENCE CURIOSITY CHARACTER YMCA SOUTHCOAST 2014 Summer Day Camps Dear Parents/Guardians, This is a great summer to Discover Camp. We appreciate your consideration in enrolling (or re-enrolling) your child in one or more of our YMCA Southcoast Day Camps for the summer of 2014. Y Day Camp offers children positive developmental experiences and encourages them to forge bonds with each other and with our staff, building confidence through skill-building activities suited to their age. Children experience a sense of achievement through opportunities in the outdoors and are welcomed to a physically and emotionally safe and stimulating environment whether it be in one of our full service Y facilities or at an outdoor day camp site. Day campers are able to explore creativity, teamwork and leadership in a wide range of physically active programs that influence lifelong healthy living. They have the opportunity to enjoy an outdoor environment where they develop an appreciation of nature. Day camp builds an interest in community with experiences in local and global cultures where campers gain an appreciation for others different from themselves. Today, Day Camp is more vital than ever, with an increased emphasis on child safety, summer learning traditions, personal values and social skills. As with any Y program, the purpose of Day Camp is to help youth grow spiritually, mentally, and physically. Day Camps give young people an experience that can last a lifetime and inspire them to continue an involvement with the Y for years to come. YMCA Southcoast has been a leading provider of quality day camp programs for over 50 years. Weâ€™re here to help you in selecting the right camp opportunities for your child. We welcome your visit to our camps, to meet and talk with the Camp Directors personally. Please let us know how we can help you make a Y camp experience a reality for your family this summer. Sincerely, Nancy LaRue Bonell COO/VP Operations Have questions? Weâ€™re here to help. Camp Frederick Douglass New Bedford YMCA Contact: Maxine Hebert firstname.lastname@example.org 508.997.0734 x146 Camp Nep-In-Nae Gleason Family YMCA Contact: Don Hartley email@example.com 508.295.9622 x20 Camp Metacomet Dartmouth YMCA Contact: Samantha Fagundes firstname.lastname@example.org 508.993.3361 x12 Camp Massasoit Mattapoisett YMCA Contact: Joseph Marciszyn email@example.com 508.758.4203 x101 Camp Quequechan Fall River YMCA Contact: Elysha Daly firstname.lastname@example.org 508.675.7841 x30 1 ymcasouthcoast.org PARENTS TRUST US SAFETY ∙ YMCA SOUTHCOAST Day Camps provide a happy, healthy environment for children to learn and grow. Children have the opportunity to build self-confidence, independence, and creativity, while parents have the peace of mind knowing their children are in a safe and enriching place. Accreditation & Licensing YMCA Southcoast day camps operate according to standards set forth by the American Camp Association (ACA). ACA ® accredits each of our day camp programs. The ACA believes “Camp gives kids a World of Good ” because camp is a building block to the successful development of young people. This independent body establishes standards for key aspects of camp operation, program quality, health and safety of campers. The ACA accreditation includes an on-site visitation every three years. Our partnership with ACA means we promote fun and learning in a safe environment. Our campers are staffed by counselors who are genuinely interested in working with children—certified in First Aid and CPR. Each staff member must pass a rigorous background check before they start working at camp. In addition, each camp complies with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Health and local boards of health. Summer Day Camp Dates Massasoit • Frederick Douglass • Metacomet • Nep-In-Nae Program runs Monday - Friday from 9 am – 4 pm Extended care available from 7:30 am – 9 am and 4 pm to 5:30 pm Camp Open Houses Camp Frederick Douglass Saturday May 3rd 11 am - 1 pm 10 am - 12 pm 10 am - 12 pm 10 am - 12 pm 5:30 - 7:30 pm 5:30 - 7:30 pm 11 am - 1 pm 10 am - 12 pm 10 am - 12 pm 10 am - 12 pm 10 am - 12 pm Camp Quequechan Program runs Monday - Friday from 7 am – 6 pm Session A Jun 16 – Jun 20 ∙ Camp Metacomet Only Session B Jun 23 – Jun 27 Session C Jun 30 – Jul 4* Session D Jul 7 – Jul 11 Session E Jul 14- Jul 18 Session F Jul 21 – Jul 25 Session G Jul 28 - Aug 1 Session H Aug 4 - Aug 8 Session I Aug 11 - Aug 15 Session J Aug 18 - Aug 22 Session K Aug 25 - Aug 29 *Program Closed July 4 th Camp Massasoit Saturday May 3rd Saturday May 17th Saturday June 7th Thursday May 15th Tuesday June 3rd Saturday June 7th Saturday May 3rd Saturday June 7th Saturday June 14th Camp Metacomet Camp Nep-In-Nae Camp Quequechan Saturday April 26th Y Summer Family Fun Membership Upgrade with Five Weeks of Summer Camp • Parents must register & pay for the five weeks of camp before June 30, 2014. • Get member rates for summer programs for all family members. • Some restrictions apply; please contact your camp director for details. 2 Registration and Payment Information Registration Information You may register in person during office hours. You can also fill out a registration packet and send it along with payment to the branch that you are planning to attend. You can download registration forms and any other necessary camp forms on our website at ymcasouthcoast.org. Early camper registration is strongly encouraged as space becomes limited. Contact the camp director for possible late season registrations and availability. Required Forms Please provide the camp with any information that will help give your child a positive camp experience. • Health History – Every camper must have this form completed each year. • Immunization Record – Every camper must have this form or equivalent signed by physician. • Registration Form – Every camper must have this form signed by a parent/guardian. Payment Plans & Options Monthly payment plans are encouraged. Set your plan as early as January 2014 to allow for lower monthly payments. You may sign up for our biweekly or monthly electronic payment plan using your checking account or credit card. Contact the respective camp office for more information. Registrations will not be held past the due date without full payment. If the monthly or biweekly plans don’t meet your needs, we will work with you to arrange a plan that does. • Electronic Draft from Checking Account or Credit Card • Cash or Check • Mastercard, Visa, Discover, American Express Deposit Fee A deposit fee of $50 per session, per child is required at the time of registration. The deposit fee is not refundable and cannot be transferred to other programs, persons or sessions. This deposit is applied toward your total camp fee. Refunds and Withdrawals A written two week notice is required to withdraw your child from camp. Tuition, less the $50 deposit, will be refunded if notice is received two weeks prior to your child’s camp session. Refunds after the start of the camp session are made only if the child has an illness or an injury requiring doctor’s care or a note from the physician stating that he/she is unable to participate in camp activities. Photo Release The Y uses photographs of program participants in its promotional and marketing materials. If you do not want your child to be photographed during camp, please indicate this on the back of the registration form. Financial Assistance If economic or other family circumstances prevent your child from participating in our camp, please fill out a financial assistance application and return it to the camp of your choice no later than May 31, 2014. • All requests are confidential. • All required documentation must accompany request. • YMCA Southcoast welcomes all recipients of state vouchers and subsidy programs. • Due to the number of campers who receive YCares financial assistance, we are only able to provide each child with up to two weeks of camp. Multi-Child Discount Program Available at Camp Massasoit, Metacomet, and Nep-In-Nae This program is designed for families with two or more children. We thank you for your family’s commitment to our camps and want to pass the savings on to you. Families who receive financial aid or other subsidized funds are not eligible for this discount. 2nd Child Deduct $10 off per session 3rd Child Deduct $15 off per session 4 or more Children Deduct $20 off per session Extended Care is available at Camps Frederick Douglass, Massasoit, Metacomet, and Nep-In-Nae. Morning care is available from 7:30–9:00 am and evening care is available from 4–5:30 pm. Supervision and limited activities will be provided. Camp Extended Care 3 Fees per Session AM or PM Member | General Public One week $25 $35 BOTH Member | General Public $40 $50 Camp Frederick Douglass at the New Bedford YMCA The small, fun, nurturing environment of Camp Frederick Douglass allows each camper an opportunity to build self esteem and trusting relationships. Through programming that enriches the spirit, mind and body, the staff of Camp Douglass helps each child learn to develop their physical and social skills. The friendships that campers make here will last a lifetime. Camp Douglass offers unique programming in that campers ages 9-12 have the opportunity to choose a different specialty camp, week to week. This is a great chance for campers to explore and learn more about a specific game or skill. Camp Frederick Douglass operates according to the standards set forth by the American Camp Association and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. 2014 Camp Dates Session A No Camp Session B Jun 23 – Jun 27 Session C Jun 30 – Jul 4* Session D Jul 7 – Jul 11 Session E Jul 14 - Jul 18 Session F Jul 21 – Jul 25 Session G Jul 28 - Aug 1 Session H Aug 4 - Aug 8 Session I Aug 11 - Aug 15 Session J Aug 18 - Aug 22 *Program Closed July 4th Camp Sessions Junior Leader in Training BIJ Traditional BIJ C-H Y Kids Got Talent Two Week Session FG *Sports Camp C-H Ages 11 - 12 Member $155 General Public $175 Sports Camp Themes* 5 - 10 5 - 12 9 - 12 9 - 12 $155 $175 Session C D Theme Soccer Volleyball Basketball Soccer Basketball Sports Mix $310 $155 $350 $175 E F G H Transportation, Lunch & Snacks Parents/Guardians are responsible for providing transportation to and from the program site. Lunch and snack will be provided daily to all camp participants. Contact Us 508.997.0734 Director: Maxine Hebert ∙ email@example.com ∙ x146 25 South Water Street New Bedford MA 02740 4 Camp Massasoit at the Mattapoisett YMCA Located on the beautiful Mattapoisett Harbor, Camp Massasoit has a legacy and tradition as a premier summer camp experience. Since 1962 our camp has been developing and nurturing children into the future leaders of tomorrow. Through traditional offerings such as archery, swimming, and boating to more unique programming like our challenge course with rockwall and zip line, sailing, sea kayaking, and dramatic arts, we nurture the potential of every camper. In addition, our special theme weeks, theme days, camp songs, and funny skits create a camp spirit that few other day camp programs can match. Each camper is sure to develop new skills while making lifelong friendships. NEW THIS SUMMER… Sports Camp, Cheer Camp, Opti-Racing Camp, and Movie Making. 2014 Camp Dates Session A No Camp Session B Jun 23 – Jun 27 Session C Jun 30 – Jul 4* Session D Jul 7 – Jul 11 Session E Jul 14- Jul 18 Session F Jul 21 – Jul 25 Session G Jul 28 - Aug 1 Session H Aug 4 - Aug 8 Session I Aug 11 - Aug 15 Session J Aug 18- Aug 22 Session K Aug 25 - Aug 29** Counselor in Training: 6 weeks *Program Closed July 4 th Camp Themes Sports Camp* Session B C D E F G H I J Theme Backyard Basics Volleyball Flag Football Basketball Soccer Baseball / Softball Street Hockey Basketball All Stars All Sports Camp Sessions Traditional B-K C July 4th week Drama Two week camp B-I CD July 4th week J One Week Session Pottery Two week camp DE & FG River Exploration G & I Ocean Kayak C-F C July 4th week Sailing Two week camp B-I BC July 4th week J One Week Session Ages 5-14 Member $210 $168 $476 $429 $238 $476 $238 $238 $191 $525 $473 $263 $210 $168 $238 $191 $476 $429 $465 $476 $476 $550 $275 General Public $255 $204 $528 $478 $264 $528 $264 $264 $212 $575 $518 $288 $255 $204 $264 $212 $528 $478 $575 $528 $528 $600 $300 8-14 8-14 9-14 9-14 Traditional Camp Week B C D E F G H I J K Just Fun & Fitness Super Heroes Pirates & Princesses Rock N’ Roll Revolution Festival of the Arts Pay it Forward The Great Adventure Mr. & Mrs. Massasoit Going Global Summer Rewind 8-14 **No bus transportation Session K *Sports Camp C July 4th week Teen B-J C July 4th week B-J 6-12 12-15 12-15 15 8-14 9-14 10-15 Camp Family BBQ th Friday June 20 ∙ 4 - 6 pm Leaders in Training Two week camp C-J CD July 4th week Counselor in Training 6 weeks C-H Cheer Two week camp FG & HI Movie Making Two week camp DE & FG Opti Racing Two week camp DE & HI One Week Session J Contact Us 508.758.4203 Registrar: Amy King ∙ firstname.lastname@example.org ∙ x102 Director: Joseph Marciszyn ∙ email@example.com ∙ x101 38 Reservation Road P O Box 1067 Mattapoisett MA 02739 5 Camp Massasoit Bus Schedule Sessions B-J Transportation is provided to camp. Please choose the bus and stop convenient to you and mark on the registration form along with your camp selections. Bus A - Wareham • Marion • Mattapoisett Stop# AM PM 1. Ethel Hammond School, 13 Highland Ave, Onset 7:53 5:07 2. Minot Forest School, 63 Minot Ave., Wareham 8:01 4:59 3. Gleason Family YMCA, 33 Charge Pond Rd., Wareham 8:14 4:46 4. Decas Elementary School, 760 Main St., Wareham 8:23 4:37 5. Wareham Middle School, 4 Viking Dr., Wareham 8:30 4:30 6. Shirt Shack, 260 Marion Rd., Wareham 8:33 4:27 7. Intersection of Point Rd. & Delano Rd., Marion 8:38 4:22 8. Mattapoisett Park and Ride 8:52 4:08 Bus B - Acushnet • New Bedford • Rochester • Marion Stop# AM PM 1. Acushnet Fire Dept., 26 Russell St., Acushnet 7:52 5:08 2. Swift Elementary, 2203 Acushnet Ave., New Bedford 7:57 5:03 3. Acushnet Elementary, 800 Middle Rd., Acushnet 8:08 4:52 4. Rochester Memorial School, 16 Pine St., Rochester 8:19 4:41 5. Mary’s Pond Rd. Baseball Fields, Rochester 8:30 4:30 6. Sippican Elementary, 16 Spring St., Marion 8:42 4:18 7. Aucoot Rd. & Route 6, Marion 8:50 4:10 Bus C - Dartmouth • New Bedford • Fairhaven Stop# AM PM 1. Potter School, 120 Cross Road, Dartmouth 8:08 4:52 2. Quinn School, 529 Hawthorn St, Dartmouth 8:18 4:42 3. Winslow School, 561 Allen St. New Bedford 8:23 4:37 4. Taylor School, 620 Brock Ave., New Bedford 8:31 4:29 5. New Bedford YMCA, 25 So Water St, New Bedford 8:39 4:21 6. Gillette Rd & Route 6, Fairhaven 8:50 4:10 Bus D - E. Freetown • New Bedford • Fairhaven Stop# AM PM 1. Chase Rd. & County Rd. (Quick Pic), E. Freetown 8:10 4:50 2. Pulaski School, 1097 Braley Rd., New Bedford 8:16 4:44 3. Campbell Elementary School, New Bedford 8:23 4:37 4. Kmart Plaza, 9 Plaza Way, Fairhaven 8:36 4:24 5. Wood School, 60 Sconticut Neck Rd, Fairhaven 8:43 4:17 6. E Fairhaven School 2 New Boston Rd, Fairhaven 8:48 4:12 Bus E - New Bedford Stop# AM PM 1. Wood St. & Acushnet Ave., New Bedford 8:05 4:51 2. Lincoln Elementary, 445 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford 8:09 4:47 3. Hayden-McFadden School, 361 Cedar Grove St., New Bedford 8:16 4:40 4. Carlos Pacheco School, 1261 Mt. Pleasant St., New Bedford 8:21 4:34 5. Keith Middle School, 225 Hathaway Blvd., New Bedford 8:29 4:26 6. Parker School, 705 County St., New Bedford 8:35 4:20 7. Carney Academy, 247 Elm St., New Bedford 8:39 4:16 6 Camp Nep-In-Nae at the Gleason Family YMCA We understand the importance of selecting the right camp for your child. Camp Nep-In-Nae at the Gleason Family YMCA offers a small, positive camp setting allowing the individuality of each camper to flourish throughout the summer. We strive to build self esteem and confidence in each child while teaching them the core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility. Parents/Guardians are responsible for providing transportation to and from the Y for each one week session. Camp Nep-In-Nae operates according to the standards set forth by the American Camping Association and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. 2014 Camp Dates Session A No Camp Session B Jun 23 – Jun 27 Session C Jun 30 – Jul 4* Session D Jul 7 – Jul 11 Session E Jul 14- Jul 18 Session F Jul 21 – Jul 25 Session G Jul 28 - Aug 1 Session H Aug 4 - Aug 8 Session I Aug 11 - Aug 15 Session J Aug 18 - Aug 22 Session K Aug 25 - Aug 29 *Program Closed July 4th Camp Sessions Ages 4-5 5-12 6-12 6-12 6-12 6-10 8-12 5-12 8-12 8-12 8-12 8-12 10-13 10-15 12-14 14-16 Camp Fees Members $193 General Public $215 Session C July 4th Week Members $168 General Public $204 Scamper B-K Half Day Only Traditional B-K Hip Hop B G Learn to Swim CEHI Karate Tang Soo Do DFH Ballet D F I Skateboard B F J Drama B E I *Sports Camp B C E-I Flag Football D G J Adventure Challenge CEH Cheer C Survivor Nep-In-Nae D I Junior Lifeguard D G Teen B-J Counselor in Training 4 weeks C-F & G-J Sports Camp Themes* Session B C E F G H I Theme Tennis Basketball Sports Mix Tennis Soccer Baseball Sports Mix Transportation, Lunch & Snacks Parents/Guardians are responsible for providing transportation to and from the program site. Lunch and snack will be provided daily to all camp participants. Contact Us 508.295.9622 Director: Don Hartley ∙ firstname.lastname@example.org ∙ x20 33 Charge Pond Road P O Box 466 Wareham MA 02571 7 2014 REGISTRATION FORM LAST NAME MAILING ADDRESS HOME PHONE SUMMER ADDRESS IF DIFFERENT FIRST NAME MALE FEMALE DATE OF BIRTH | | STATE AGE AT CAMP ENTERING GRADE Last Name CITY CELL PHONE EMAIL ADDRESS ZIP CODE CITY SECONDARY EMAIL ADDRESS EMPLOYER WORK PHONE WORK PHONE WORK PHONE FATHER’S DATE OF BIRTH HOME PHONE HOME PHONE HOME PHONE STATE ZIP CODE SUMMER PHONE PARENT FULL NAME PARENT FULL NAME GUARDIAN NAME IF DIFFERENT THAN PARENT CELL PHONE CELL PHONE CELL PHONE EMPLOYER EMPLOYER MOTHER’S DATE OF BIRTH DO BOTH PARENTS LIVE AT HOME EMERGENCY CONTACT OTHER THAN PARENT YES NO RELATION RELATION RELATION CELL PHONE CELL PHONE CELL PHONE AUTHORIZED PICK UP AUTHORIZED PICK UP DO NOT RELEASE MY CHILD TO THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) First Name GROUP WITH FRIEND HOW DID YOU HEAR ABOUT CAMP? FRIEND/FAMILY BILLBOARD WEBSITE SOCIAL MEDIA ∙ FACEBOOK LIVE IN AREA BROCHURE FROM SCHOOL RETURN CAMPER OPEN HOUSE Information Payment Due Dates Payment is due on or before the Thursday prior to the camp session start. Payment Plan Option An automatic credit card or checking account payment plan is available. Please contact the camp for the appropriate paperwork. Deposits, Payments, & Refund Policy A $50 deposit per session is required for each child due at the time of registration. This deposit is non-refundable. If you must change your session, it will be changed subject to availability and at the discretion of the camp director. Requests for session changes should be submitted at least one week prior to the earliest session involved in the change. Cancellations Due to staffing issues we require a two week written notice prior to the start of the registered session for all cancellations. You will be refunded the camp fee, less the $50 non-refundable deposit. Please be advised that refunds take 2-3 weeks. Financial Assistance PACE Vouchers Applications are due no later than May 31, 2014 If economic or family circumstances prevent your child from participating in our programs, please contact the camp office for a financial aid application. Documentation of income is needed and all requests are kept confidential. Families that do not receive subsidies from other sources may apply for assistance for two weeks of camp only; due to the number of children in need. If you are eligible to receive funding through PACE Child Care Works, a PACE voucher is required to reserve a space for your child. If you have an approved voucher for camp you will be charged according to your parent fee amount. No deposit is necessary. DOB Authorized Pick Up Please list anyone who is 18 or older that you would allow your child to be released to when it is time to pick them up from camp. Proper identification is required before a child will be released. This policy is strictly enforced. Parent Agreement I have read and understand the payment and refund policies for the YMCA SOUTHCOAST Summer Day Camp Program. I give my child permission to participate in camp activities including, but not limited to ropes course programs, swimming lessons, basketball, soccer, tether ball, archery, arts & crafts, skateboard park, boating and walking field trips. I approve photos to be taken of my child for the use in Y marketing materials. I am aware that incomplete or unsigned registration forms will be returned to me for completion. I hereby give permission to the medical personnel selected by the camp director to act in the best interest of my child in the event of an emergency. Every effort will be made to contact the parent, guardian and emergency contacts. In consideration of being allowed to participate in the activities and programs of the Y and to use its facilities, and equipment, in addition to any fee or charge, I do hereby waive, release, and forever discharge the Y and its officers, agents, employees, representatives, (collectively “the Y”), from any and all responsibilities and liability for injuries or damages to myself, including those caused by the negligent act or omission of the Y, or in any way arising out of our connected with my participation in any activity at the Y or the use of equipment at the Y. I agree to adhere to all policies set forth by the Y. I do not wish photos to be taken of my child Age Signature of Parent or Guardian Required My child is 12 or older and has permission to walk from the bus Date This section for Dartmouth and Mattapoisett YMCA Campers who take the bus home from camp. Signature of Parent or Guardian Date Kindly complete a form for each camper. Please circle the session(s) you are enrolling your child. Shaded areas denote the camp week is unavailable. M=Member âˆ™ GP=General Public Dartmouth YMCA Camp Metacomet Scamper Half Day Scamper Full Day Traditional Design It Guitar LEGO Learn to Swim Ages 4-5 Ages 4-5 SESSION A SESSION B SESSION C SESSION D SESSION E SESSION F SESSION G SESSION H SESSION I SESSION J SESSION K M $129 $210 $210 GP $151 $255 $255 M $129 $210 $210 GP $151 $255 $255 M $104 $168 $168 $199 $199 GP $121 $204 $204 $212 $212 M $129 $210 $210 $238 GP $151 $255 $255 $264 M $129 $210 $210 $238 $238 GP $151 $255 $255 $264 $264 M $129 $210 $210 $238 GP $151 $255 $255 $264 M $129 $210 $210 $238 $238 GP $151 $255 $255 $264 $264 M $129 $210 $210 $238 GP $151 $255 $255 $264 M $129 $210 $210 $238 GP $151 $255 $255 $264 M $129 $210 $210 GP $151 $255 $255 M GP Ages 5-12 Ages 5-12 Ages 8-12 Ages 8-12 Ages 8-12 Ages 8-12 $199 $212 $263 $288 $263 $288 $263 $288 $263 $288 $263 $238 $238 $263 $264 $264 $288 $264 $255 $238 $238 $263 $238 $210 $288 $264 $264 $288 $264 $255 $238 $210 $264 $255 $238 $264 Photography Sports Mix Kayak Young Farmer $263 $238 $238 $288 $264 $264 $238 $264 $263 $238 $288 $264 Ages 8-12 Ages 8-12 Ages 9-14 Ages 10-15 Ages 13-14 $210 $255 $210 $255 $199 $168 $212 $204 $238 $210 $264 $255 $238 $210 $264 $255 $238 $210 $264 $255 Junior Lifeguard $238 $210 Leaders in Training Counselor in Training Age 15 Extended Care & Bus Transportation Morning Extended Care Afternoon Extended Care AM AND PM Extended Care Morning Bus Note Bus Letter & Stop # in boxes $25 $25 $40 $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # Members $465 General Public $575 $35 $35 $50 $20 $20 $30 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $28 $28 $40 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 $35 $35 $50 Afternoon Bus Note Bus Letter & Stop # in boxes Mattapoisett YMCA Camp Massasoit Traditional Sports Drama Pottery Cheer Ages 5-14 Ages 6-12 Themes listed by session Ages 8-14 Ages 8-14 SESSION A SESSION B SESSION C SESSION D SESSION E SESSION F SESSION G SESSION H SESSION I SESSION J SESSION K M GP M $210 $210 GP $255 $255 M $168 $168 GP $204 $204 M $210 $210 GP $255 $255 M $210 $210 GP $255 $255 M $210 $210 GP $255 $255 M $210 $210 GP $255 $255 M $210 $210 GP $255 $255 M $210 $210 GP $255 $255 M $210 $210 GP $255 $255 M $210 GP $255 BACKYARD BASICS VOLLEYBALL FLAG FOOTBALL BASKETBALL SOCCER BASEBALL/SOFTBALL STREET HOCKEY BASKETBALL ALL STARS ALL SPORTS M $429 GP $478 M $476 M $476 GP $528 GP $528 M $476 M $476 M $476 GP $528 GP $528 GP $528 GP $528 $238 $264 M $476 GP $528 $238 $264 Ages 8-14 Ages 9-14 Ages 9-14 $191 M $473 GP $518 $212 $238 $264 M $525 M $550 $238 $264 $191 $212 M $429 $238 GP $478 $264 $238 GP $575 GP $600 $238 $264 M $476 Members $465 $238 $264 $238 M $476 GP $528 M $476 GP $528 Movie Making Ocean Kayak Sailing Teen M $476 River Exploration Ages 9-14 $238 $264 Ages 9-14 $264 M $525 GP $575 M $525 M $550 $264 $238 $264 M $476 $238 GP $528 $264 GP $575 GP $600 $238 $264 M $476 $263 $275 $238 GP $528 $288 $300 $264 Opti Racing Camp Ages 12-15 Ages 10-15 Leaders in Training Ages 12-15 Age 15 GP $528 General Public $575 Counselors in Training Extended Care & Bus Transportation Morning Extended Care Afternoon Extended Care AM AND PM Extended Care Morning Bus Note Bus Letter & Stop # in boxes $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $20 $20 $30 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $28 $28 $40 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 Letter Stop # Letter Stop # $35 $35 $50 $25 $25 $40 $35 $35 $50 Afternoon Bus Note Bus Letter & Stop # in boxes Kindly complete a form for each camper. Please circle the session(s) you are enrolling your child. Shaded areas denote the camp week is unavailable. M=Member ∙ GP=General Public Fall River YMCA Camp Quequechan Traditional Ages 5-10 Grades K-2 SESSION A SESSION B SESSION C SESSION D SESSION E SESSION F SESSION G SESSION H SESSION I SESSION J SESSION K M GP M $155 $155 GP $175 $175 M $155 $155 GP $175 $175 M $155 $155 GP $175 $175 M $155 $155 $155 GP $175 $175 $175 M $155 $155 GP $175 $175 M $155 $155 GP $175 $175 M $155 $155 GP $175 $175 M $155 $155 GP $175 $175 M $155 $155 GP $175 $175 M $155 $155 GP $175 $175 Bridge to Success Active Arcade Back to the Future Ages 7-10 Ages 7-10 $155 $155 $175 $175 $155 $175 Sports Mix Ages 7-10 Around the World in 5 Days Ages 8-12 $155 $175 $155 $175 $155 $155 $175 $175 $175 $155 $175 $155 $175 Community Gardeners Fun & Funky Art Y Kids Got Talent Ages 8-12 $155 $175 $155 $175 $155 $175 $155 $155 $175 $175 $155 $155 $175 $155 $175 Ages 8-12 Ages 8-12 $155 $175 $155 $175 $155 $155 $175 $175 $155 $175 $155 $155 $175 $155 $175 $155 $175 $175 $155 $175 $155 $175 $155 $175 Leaders in Training Ages 11-14 Gleason Family YMCA Camp Nep-In-Nae Scamper Half Day Traditional Hip Hop Ballet Ages 6-12 Ages 4-5 Ages 5-12 SESSION A SESSION B SESSION C SESSION D SESSION E SESSION F SESSION G SESSION H SESSION I SESSION J SESSION K M GP M $115 $193 $193 GP $130 $215 $215 M $100 $168 GP $125 $204 M $115 $193 GP $130 $215 M $115 $193 GP $130 $215 M $115 $193 GP $130 $215 M $115 $193 $193 GP $130 $215 $215 M $115 $193 GP $130 $215 M $115 $193 GP $130 $215 M $115 $193 GP $130 $215 M $115 $193 GP $130 $215 Ages 6-10 Ages 6-12 $168 $168 $193 TENNIS $193 $193 $204 $204 $204 $204 $215 $215 $193 $193 $193 $215 $215 $215 $193 $193 $215 $215 $193 $193 $193 $215 $215 $215 $215 $193 $215 Karate Tang Soo Do Learn to Swim Sports Cheer Drama Adventure Challenge Ages 8-12 Ages 8-12 Ages 8-12 Ages 6-12 Ages 8-12 $215 $193 $215 Themes listed by session $168 $168 BASKETBALL SPORTS MIX $193 TENNIS $215 $193 SOCCER $215 $193 BASEBALL $193 SPORTS MIX $215 $193 $215 $193 $193 $215 $215 $215 $193 $215 $193 $193 $215 $215 $215 $193 $215 $193 $215 $193 $215 Flag Football Ages 8-12 Ages 10-15 $193 $215 $168 $204 Junior Lifeguard Teen Ages 12-14 $193 $193 $215 $193 $215 $193 $193 $215 $193 $215 Counselor in Training Ages 14-16 Members $310 General Public $383 Members $310 General Public $383 New Bedford YMCA Camp Frederick Douglass Traditional Traditional Sports Ages 5-10 Ages 5-12 Themes listed by session SESSION A SESSION B SESSION C SESSION D SESSION E SESSION F SESSION G SESSION H SESSION I SESSION J SESSION K M GP M $155 GP $175 M GP M GP M GP M GP M GP M GP M $155 GP $175 M $155 GP $175 M GP $155 $155 $175 $175 $155 $155 $175 $175 $155 $155 $175 $175 $155 $155 $175 $175 $155 $155 $175 $175 $155 $155 $175 $175 Ages 9-12 SOCCER VOLLEYBALL BASKETBALL SOCCER BASKETBALL SPORTS MIX Y Kids Got Talent Ages 9-12 $155 $175 M $310 GP $350 $155 $175 $155 $175 Junior Leader in Training Ages 11-12 Payment Information Payment Type Check Total $ Cash Total $ Credit Card Total Expiration Date Camp Massasoit, Metacomet & Nep-In-Nae only Total ∙ All Sessions $ $ $ $ $ Extended Care Fees Multi Child Discount Credit Card Number Name as it appears on Credit Card Signature Date Total Camp Fees CAMP HEALTH HISTORY FORM LAST NAME PARENT OR GUARDIAN EMERGENCY CONTACT OTHER THAN PARENT Form must be completed annually This completed form may be photocopied for trips out of camp MALE HOME PHONE HOME PHONE FEMALE DATE OF BIRTH FIRST NAME | | CELL PHONE CELL PHONE AGE AT CAMP ENTERING GRADE OPERATIONS OR SERIOUS INJURIES INCLUDE DATES CHRONIC OR RECURRING ILLNESS OR MEDICAL CONDITION DIETARY RESTRICTIONS DIABETES YES NO ACTIVITY RESTRICTIONS GUARDIAN NAME IF DIFFERENT THAN PARENT ALLERGIES PLEASE BE SPECIFIC AS TO SEVERITY OF ALLERGY FAMILY PHYSICIAN CURRENT MEDICATIONS REASON FOR MEDICATION OFFICE PHONE AUTHORIZATION TO ADMINISTER MEDICATION TO A CAMPER NEEDING TO TAKE MEDICATION AT CAMP NAME OF LICENSED PRESCRIBER NAME OF MEDICATION ROUTE OF ADMINISTRATION DURATION OF ORDER SPECIAL STORAGE REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIC PRECAUTIONS LOCATION WHERE MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION WILL OCCUR DOSAGE DATE ORDERED QUANTITY RECEIVED SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS ADVERSE REACTIONS OTHER MEDICATIONS To be completed by Parent or Guardian TIME | FREQUENCY MEDICATION EXPIRATION DATE I HEREBY AUTHORIZE CAMP NURSE OR DESIGNATED INDIVIDUAL TO ADMINISTER TO MY CHILD THE MEDICATIONS LISTED ABOVE IN ACCORDANCE WITH 105 CMR 430.160 CHILD’S NAME SIGNATURE OF PARENT/GUARDIAN HEALTH HISTORY & DIAGNOSIS FREQUENT EAR INFECTIONS HEART DEFECT CONVULSIONS/SEIZURES DIABETES BLEEDING OR CLOTTING DISORDER HYPERTENSION MONONUCLEOSIS CHICKEN POX MUMPS MEASLES GERMAN MEASLES Please check those that apply ASTHMA ADD ADHD OCD ODD OTHER Please specify SPECIAL CONDITIONS Please list any conditions or physical limitations that the camp staff supervising your child should be made aware of in order for your child to have a positive camp experience. For example: Fear of water, lightning, etc. AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER including Aspergers This health history is correct as far as I know and the person herein described has permission to engage in all prescribed camp activities, except as noted. Authorization for Treatment: I hereby give permission to the medical personnel selected by the camp director to act in the best interest of my child in the case of an emergency. Every effort will be made to contact a responsible adult. SIGNATURE OF PARENT/GUARDIAN OR ADULT CAMPER/STAFF DATE RELATIONSHIP TO CHILD THIS FORM MUST BE SIGNED BY A PARENT/GUARDIAN FOR ANY CAMP OR STAFF MEMBER UNDER 18 Camp Quequechan at the Fall River YMCA Join us for an exciting summer at the Fall River YMCA. Children who participate in our summer program have the opportunity to make new friends and share constructive experiences under the guidance of positive role models. Children ages 11 to 14 will benefit from our Leadership In Training program that instills the Y core values of honesty, respect, responsibility and caring. They will have the opportunity to take on new responsibilities as they follow curriculum from the Y of the USA and participate in service learning projects. If you’re concerned that your child might fall behind academically over the summer then our Bridge to Success session provides the opportunity to hone their educational skills outside of the traditional classroom by working in our community garden. Under the guidance of counselors with a background in elementary education, children will practice literacy, mathematics, science and social skills through hands-on outdoor activities. All campers participate in our aquatic program. 2014 Camp Dates Session A No Camp Session B Jun 23 – Jun 27 Session C Jun 30 – Jul 4* Session D Jul 7 – Jul 11 Session E Jul 14 - Jul 18 Session F Jul 21 – Jul 25 Session G Jul 28 - Aug 1 Session H Aug 4 - Aug 8 Session I Aug 11 - Aug 15 Session J Aug 18 - Aug 22 Session K Aug 25 - Aug 29 *Program Closed July 4th Camp Sessions Traditional B-K Leaders in Training B-K Bridge to Success B-K Sports Mix C-I Community Gardeners C-I Back to the Future C Y Kids Got Talent D H Active Arcade E Funky & Fun Art F Around the World in 5 Days G Ages 5-10 11-14 Grades K-2 7-10 8-12 7-10 8-12 7-10 8-12 8-12 Transportation, Lunch & Snacks Parents/Guardians are responsible for providing transportation to and from the program site. Lunch and snack will be provided daily to all camp participants. Program Information • Fee for each session: Members $155 ∙ General Public $175 • Licensed for children ages 5-14 • 7 am – 6 pm • Financial Assistance available • EEC contracted slots • PACE vouchers accepted Contact Us 508.675.7841 Director: Elysha Daly ∙ email@example.com ∙ x30 199 North Main Street Fall River MA 02720 8 Camp Metacomet at the Dartmouth YMCA Located on a 58 acre ecological, diverse site including a working farm, hardwood forest, and rolling green fields, Camp Metacomet offers an ideal setting for sports, nature, and creative programming. Camp Metacomet has a rich history and tradition in the day camp experience. From traditional offerings such as archery, sports, and our challenge course to more unique programs like our young farmers program, and photography camp—your child will surely learn new skills. All specialty camp participants develop unique skills through their program choice and benefit through traditional camp activities. In addition, our theme weeks and special events create a spirit that few other day camp programs can match. Each camper is sure to develop new skills while making lasting friendships that carry on throughout their lives. Kids have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence, and make lasting friendships and memories. And of course, it’s fun too. New for 2014 is our redesigned Ropes Course, LEGO, Guitar and Kayak camps. Camp Sessions 2014 Camp Dates Session A Jun 16 – Jun 20 Session B Jun 23 – Jun 27 Session C Jun 30 – Jul 4* Session D Jul 7 – Jul 11 Session E Jul 14- Jul 18 Session F Jul 21 – Jul 25 Session G Jul 28 - Aug 1 Session H Aug 4 - Aug 8 Session I Aug 11 - Aug 15 Session J Aug 18- Aug 22 *Program Closed July 4 th Ages 15 13-14 Member $465 $210 $168 $210 $168 Half | Full Day $129 | $210 $104 | $168 $238 $199 $238 $199 $263 $238 $199 $263 $263 $199 $238 $263 General Public $575 $255 $204 $255 $204 Half | Full Day $151 | $255 $121 | $204 $264 $212 $264 $212 $288 $264 $212 $288 $288 $212 $264 $288 Counselor in Training 6 weeks C-H Leaders in Training ABD-I C July 4th week Traditional ABD-J C July 4th week Scamper ABD-J C July 4th week Junior Lifeguard D-I C July 4th week Sports Mix D-I C July 4th week LEGO E G Learn to Swim D-I C July 4th week Photography DFH Guitar D F Design It C July 4th week EG Kayak G H Young Farmer: Discover the Farm D Taste of the Fields G Beyond the Farm H 5-14 4-5 10-15 8-12 8-12 5-12 8-12 8-12 8-12 9-14 8-12 $238 $264 Contact Us 508.993.3361 9 Camp Director: Jeremy McDonald ∙ firstname.lastname@example.org ∙ x14 Program Director: Samantha Fagundes ∙ email@example.com ∙ x12 276 Gulf Road Dartmouth MA 02748 Camp Metacomet Bus Schedule Sessions B-I Transportation is provided to camp. Please choose the bus and stop convenient to you and mark on the registration form along with your camp selections. Bus A - Dartmouth Stop # AM PM 1. Westport Market, 291 American Legion Hwy, Rt 177 7:45 5:05 2. Westport High School, Main Road, Westport MA 7:50 5:00 3. State Rd. (Caddy Shack), Dartmouth 8:00 4:50 4. Old Westport Rd. & Lucy Little Rd., Dartmouth 8:10 4:40 5. Potter School, Cross Road, Dartmouth 8:15 4:35 6. Faunce Corner Rd. (McDonald’s), Dartmouth 8:25 4:25 7. Park & Ride, Mt. Pleasant St. (Exit 4, Rt.140) 8:40 4:10 8. Slocum Rd., DYAA Fields, Dartmouth 8:55 3:55 Bus B - New Bedford • Dartmouth Stop # AM PM 1. VFW, 89 Middleboro Rd., Freetown 7:45 5:00 2. Pulasksi School, Braley Rd., New Bedford 7:50 4:55 3. Phillips Rd. & Charles McCombs Blvd., New Bedford 7:55 4:50 4. Hathaway Rd. & Shawmut Ave., (McDonald’s) 8:05 4:40 5. Parker St. & Rockdale Ave., New Bedford 8:10 4:35 6. Buttonwood Park, New Bedford (Warming House) 8:20 4:25 7. New Bedford YMCA, 25 S. Water St., New Bedford 8:30 4:15 8. DeMello School, Dartmouth St., Dartmouth 8:45 4:00 Bus C - Swansea • Somerset • Fall River Stop # AM PM 1. 262 Swansea Mall Drive (Toys R Us) 7:55 5:10 2. Somerset Park & Ride, Exit 4 Rt. 195, Somerset 8:05 5:00 3. Fall River YMCA, 199 N. Main St., Fall River 8:15 4:50 4. Stetson St. & President Ave., Fall River 8:20 4:45 5. President Ave. & Elsbree St., Fall River (CVS) 8:25 4:40 6. Eastern Ave. & Lafayette Park, Fall River 8:30 4:35 7. White’s of Westport, Rt. 6, Westport 8:40 4:25 10 CONFIDENCE CURIOSITY CHARACTER 11 Camp Descriptions D FR G M NB Camp Metacomet - Dartmouth YMCA Camp Quequechan - Fall River YMCA Camp Nep-In-Nae - Gleason Family YMCA Camp Massasoit - Mattapoisett YMCA Camp Frederick Douglass - New Bedford YMCA Bridge to Success This educational program builds upon fundamental skills learned in the classroom. Children participate in traditional summer program activities coupled with a variety of curriculum based activities including mathematics, language arts, social studies and science. FR Cheer Want everyone to CHEER for your team? Cheer staff will aim to instill self-confidence, leadership, and teamwork in a fun environment. Campers will practice stunting, jumps, cheers, dance, and tumbling in this week long camp. Swimming, crafts, and other activities may be included. G | M Community Gardeners Active Arcade Interactive video games and active outdoor play will be the Counselor in Training D | FR | G | M focus on fun in this innovative camp program. This program is designed for teens who are determined Adventure Challenge G to become future camp staff. It nurtures leadership and responsibility while training young adults in the skills This camp is for the adventurous youth who would like to necessary to become potential staff members. Campers challenge themselves and reach new heights. This program will receive certifications in First Aid, CPR, Child Abuse will incorporate initiative games, the ropes course challenges, Prevention, and Ropes Course Belay Training. This is a four as well as developing leadership and survival skills. week program at Camp-Nep-In-Nae and six weeks at Camp Massasoit and Camp Metacomet. FR Campers will get the full gardening experience from seed to harvest as they learn about nutrition and be able to taste and cook the fruits and vegetables they grow. The importance of community service will also be a focus of this camp and produce will be donated to the local food bank. Campers will be transported daily to our community garden only three miles away. FR Around the World in 5 Days Campers will develop an appreciation of the diverse world Design It D around them by exploring other cultures around the world From intricate crafts to hammers and nails, campers will including languages, art and ways of life. design and build all sorts of innovative creations. FR Back to the Future Campers will enjoy old school games like hop scotch, tag, checkers, chess, hula hoop, board games and more. FR Ballet This camp will nurture the beginner ballet student while having fun. The camper will learn basic ballet technique, foot positions, plies, as well as a variety of jumps. G 12 Learn to Swim If your child has remained at the same level or is not showing much improvement, an accelerated learn to swim week is perfect. They will learn stroke refinement, survival skills, games, sports, and water safety. In one week, they will spend as much time as two, 7 week sessions in the pool. D | G LEGO Campers will take part in a variety of Lego themed activities from cooperative build, free build, building challenges and much more all while still getting the great benefit of camp. D Movie Making Drama G|M If you have the passion for the performing arts, this camp program will introduce campers to improvisation and role playing, while working towards an actual theatric performance.Â Campers of all experience levels are welcome. This is a one week camp at Camp Nep-In-Nae and two week Ocean Kayak D|M camp at Camp Massasoit. Campers will learn the basic paddling strokes, boat safety, Fun & Funky Art FR take trips around the harbor, and participate in camp This camp is perfect for the arts and crafts lover. Campers activities. Campers must be minnow level and/or pass swim test prior to enrollment. Swim tests are conducted will create projects from candles to tie-dyed shirts. at the Gleason, New Bedford, and Fall River branches. In collaboration with ORCTV this experience is for campers 12-15 who are interested in exploring the world of video production. Campers will learn about story boarding, camera operation techniques and video editing. The final product will be a movie centering around the life at Camp Massasoit. M Guitar M Learn the basics of playing the guitar while having fun at Opti Racing This advanced sailing camp provides an introduction to the camp! This camp will focus on beginner level skills. sport of sailboat racing in the Mattapoisett Harbor. This Hip Hop G camp teaches participants basic racing rules, advanced This camp will build confidence, team work and social skills, sailing technique, racing strategy, sportsmanship, and while expressing their creative abilities. Come learn some problem solving. Each session concludes with a mini regatta at Camp Massasoit. Prior sailing experience is great dance moves of the past, present, and future. required. Campers must be minnow level and/or pass Junior Leader in Training NB swim test prior to enrollment. Swim tests are conducted Built upon Traditional Camp values and traditions we will at the Gleason, New Bedford, and Fall River branches. incorporate team building and social responsibility with our tweens. D Photography Junior Lifeguard This camp will provide valuable information on aquatic environments and teach campers how to swim safely. Camp will also introduce CPR and First Aid, basic rescue skills, and swim lesson instruction. D|G This camp will allow campers to learn the art of photography by taking and develop their own pictures of camp. D Karate Tang Soo Do Develop physical fitness, mental discipline and learn karate techniques through this amazing form of Korean Martial Arts. G Leaders in Training 13 This unique program focuses on communication and leadership skills. Through participation in a number of group activities and challenges that focus on teamwork and community service projects, young teens will develop a sense of social responsibility and build genuine friendships. D | FR | M Skateboard If your child loves to coast on a scooter or skateboard and is itching to learn new skate tricks then this exciting program offers a cool mix of skateboarding and conditioning that will help to improve their overall performance on the asphalt. Helmet is required. G Sports Pottery Campers will create exciting new clay projects half the day and also participate in traditional camp activities. Campers will learn a variety of hand-building techniques, surface design application, and even get their hands on the potterâ€™s wheel! By the end of the session, campers will have gained new skills in ceramics and have a collection of beautiful, glazed pottery to enjoy for years to come. M This camp is designed for the camper that loves sports. Each week we will offer a different sport theme and focus on the essentials of that sport. Please see individual camp pages for the detailed themes. G | M | NB Sports Mix This camp is for those youth who enjoy playing a wide variety of sports. Every day will focus on a different sport, including basketball, home run derby, hockey, ultimate frisbee and more! D | FR | G | NB River Exploration In collaboration with the Buzzards Bay Coalition we provide an active nature camp focused on learning and stewardship. There will be plenty of hands-on exploration of the Mattapoisett River. Campers will hike, help clear trails, explore the woods, investigate the environment, and host a parent presentation. Field trips to the Yâ€™s Rochester property on Snipatuit Pond is part of the program. Campers will boat, swim, and participate in some specialty activities. This camp is designed to mentally and physically strengthen the camper through customized challenges, while teaching M kids to work together with team building skills. Campers will be asked to complete a series of challenges each day. Survivor: Nep-in-Nae G Teen Campers will be mentored by a specialist in these specialty areas: boating, ropes archery, dance and crafts. Campers will participate in each program area and then select the programs they wish to revisit. Responsibility, genuine relationships, teamwork, and leadership skills are nurtured through the use of daily team building activities. Campers will experience a variety of camp activities which could include archery, crafts, sports, camp games, nature walks, dance, ropes challenge course and climbing tower. Swim lessons are given daily. Special events are planned each camp session and will be announced in the camper parent calendar. G | M Sailing This camp offers a unique blend of teamwork and selfreliance by teaching to all levels while focusing on safety, and general nautical knowledge. Campers will learn aboard Capri 14.2s and Optis. No prior sailing experience required. Campers must be minnow level and/or pass swim test prior to enrollment. Swim tests are conducted at the Gleason, New Bedford, and Fall River branches. M Traditional D | FR | G | M | NB Campers will design their own showcase with their singing, Scamper D | G dancing and acting abilities This is a program for our youngest campers. Children will develop social and physical skills while making new friends Young Farmer D and becoming accustomed to camp life. Activities include Discover the Farm will look at daily swim, nature awareness, games, songs and arts & how fruits & vegetables grow crafts. Half or full day options available at Camp Metacomet. and how to create a garden. Camp Nep-In-Nae offers half day option only. Taste of Fields campers will learn to prepare and serve healthy snacks and meals using fresh produce. Beyond the Farm Campers will work with volunteers on the farm and learn all about how they can make a difference! Y Kids Got Talent FR | NB 14 YMCA SOUTHCOAST NONPROFIT U S POSTAGE 18 South Water Street New Bedford MA 02740 - 7236 ymcasouthcoast.org NEW BEDFORD MA PERMIT # 168 PAID Y Summer Family Fun Membership Upgrade with Five Weeks of Summer Camp See details inside. OR CURRENT RESIDENT SUMMER CAMP Frederick Douglass ∙ Massasoit ∙ Metacomet ∙ Nep-In-Nae ∙ Quequechan YMCA Southcoast summer day camps must comply with the Regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by local Boards of Health. Information on 105 CMR 430.000 can be obtained by calling 617.983.6761.