from camp indian springs
From the Parents and Campers, What an amazing summer! We are so blessed to continue to receive such an overwhelming response from our parents that makes each summer such a success. Without your children, there would be no Camp Indian Springs and our summers would be a lot less fun! We are so excited for the 2017 year and have many new surprises in store for your campers. Registration for Summer 2017 will open Jan. 1 on our website www.campindiansprings119.com. Hurry and reserve your sopot now! We canâ€™t wait for next summer and hope to see you there, you wonâ€™t want to miss it! For any questions that you may have throughout the year, please feel free to email email@example.com. From everyone at Camp Indian Springs, we hope you and your family have a blessed holiday season! Sincerely, Joe Carter Director, Camp Indian Springs
Camp Dates WEEK 1: 6/5 - 6/9 WEEK 2: 6/12 - 6/16 WEEK 3: 6/19 - 6/23 WEEK 4*: 6/26 - 6/30 WEEK 5: 7/3 - 7/7 WEEK 6: 7/10 - 7/14 WEEK 7: 7/17 - 7/21 WEEK 8: 7/24 - 7/28 WEEK 9: 7/31 - 8/4 (No Camp July 4)
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directions At first glance, it might seem like we labored hours and hours in the kitchen to make this impressive cheeseball snowman masterpiece. It's so beautiful and elaborate! But don't be fooled! You and the kids can slap this baby together with ingredients you might already have in the house. To make the cheese balls, we mixed together goat cheese, cream cheese and grated parmesan, and then rolled them into balls. (You can buy cheese balls pre-made if you want to save even more time.) Just slather cream cheese all over the cheese balls, stack them one on top of the other, and add the following: a carrot nose, a rosemary crown dabbed with currant jewels, currant eyes, a candied cherry mouth, asparagus arms, a radicchio scarf and currant buttons. (If you don't have any of this stuff, get creative!)
Lay 12 chocolate cookies out with the flat side facing up. Match them with similar sized chocolate cookies and place them facing up too.
Scoop a spoonful of chocolate mint ice cream onto 12 of the cookies.
Place the leftover cookies on top.
Press the cookies together slightly so that the ice cream comes right up to the edges.
Working quickly, press the sides of the ice cream sandwiches into the sprinkles, so that all of the sides are covered.
Drizzle over the melted white chocolate.
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Cover a cardboard tube with patterned paper.
Paint clothespins and an embroidery hoop.
Glue clothespins onto the hoop. Cut two felt leaves and glue near the top of the hoop.
Glue small felt circles and buttons to the leaves. Thread a string through the top of the hoop.
Cut a triangle head and two large and two small oval ears out of paper. Glue the smaller ears inside the larger ones and fold in half. Glue to top of triangle.
Cut felt circles for eyes. Glue googly eyes to felt. Add pom-pom nose.
Glue the triangle to the top center of the tube.
Use straws and pipe cleaners to make antlers.
Cut a dove shape out of felt. Glue a teardrop wing to each side. Decorate with feathers. Add a black-marker dot eye to dove.
Pierce the beak of the bird witih a scissor tip and slide a one-inch piece of white floral wire through the slit to make an olive branch.
Attach two felt leaves to each end.
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