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DOOR COUNTY YMCA SUMMER DAY CAMP 2014


WHERE KIDS GO TO GROW HEALTHY KIDS CAMPS With so many demands on today’s families, parents need all the support they can get. That’s why Y Camp is about more than looking after kids. It’s about nurturing their development by providing a safe place to learn foundational skills, develop healthy, trusting relationships and build self-esteem through the Y values of caring, honesty, responsibility and respect. Kids will have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence and make lasting friendships and memories.

WHAT’S THE SAME? Same Great Camps!

Full-Day Camps will continue extended care hours starting at 5:30 am and ending at 5:45 pm to help accommodate schedules. Each group will have a lead teacher who designs a weekly lesson plan that will be filled with fun games, crafts, physical activity and team building projects. At the Y, good child care is good family care.

Fun with Trips! Every summer our camp staff works hard to create new experiences and educational adventures. Activities are based on weekly themes and children will go on field trips for hands-on learning adventures.

Swim Lessons! Surrounded by so much water in Door County, the Y makes it a priority for all kids to be safe in and

around water. The Y will once again provide swim lessons to those children enrolled in Adventure, Traveler, and Navigator camps as part of their weekly curriculum. Campers have progressed as much as 3 levels over the summer months! Details listed by camp.

WHAT’S DIFFERENT? Pioneer Camp!

You asked for it, you got it! Pioneer camp will parallel other camps, but will be geared toward families who are looking for 2 or less days of camp per week. Keeping these camps separate will allow for greater consistency in location and programming, as well as better communication with parents resulting in a higher achievement of goals. See more Pioneer Camp details on page 7.

Location! This year Adventure, Traveler, Navigator and Pioneer camps will be based at a West Side location in Sturgeon Bay, near Highway 57. Dedicated classroom space for each group will enhance each child’s camp experience by providing greater consistency in both space and programming. For more information regarding the location details, sign up for e-newlsetter updates at www.doorcountyymca.org or like us on Facebook. Location details expected to be finalized in early March.

Pre-Summer Week!

With local schools having different end of year schedules, we have added a pre camp week for those families that need care during the week of June 9th – 13th. For more details and activities see page 8.

Sport Camp!

NEW this year! Calling all kids entering Grades 5-8! Grab some friends and head to Sunset Park this year to have some fun playing organized sports and then hanging out at the beach. Pick your day, pick your sport! See details on Page 9.


WHY Choose The Y? TRADITION The YMCA invented “day camp” to bring fun experiences to

children in local communities. This year, new traditions are sure to keep your camper excited to return to camp each summer, including memorial group canoe paddles, tie-dying camp t-shirts, and celebrating graduating campers.

EXPERIENCE The Y knows kids! And with more than twenty camping seasons under our belts, our leadership team has prepared a great summer of fun and growth for the youth of our community.

SAFETY Our number one goal always has been, and will continue to be, to provide safe experiences and activities. We care for your children as though they were our own - because they are! We are family at the Y.

GREAT PROGRAM No other program offers the successful combination of a dynamic curriculum, seasoned staff and broad range of activities across interest levels all to enrich your child’s mind, spirit and body.

FLEXIBILITY Every family has different needs and we strive to offer camp

options that fit busy summer calendars. Whether you need camp as a great resource for working moms and dads or just want to incorporate some fun into your children’s summer, we have the camp just for you.

CORE VALUES All of our programming aims to build self-esteem through team work, environmental learning, peer relations, diversity, social and leadership skills. Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility are at the heart of everything we do.

TABLE OF CONTENTS CAMP REGISTRATION AND MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION.................................................. 1 CAMPS

Weekly Camp Themes......................................... 2-4 Explorer Camp................................................... 5 Adventure Camp ................................................ 5 Traveler Camp ................................................... 6 Navigator Camp ................................................ 6 Pioneer Camp .................................................... 7 Pre-Summer Week ............................................. 8 Camps in The Parks ........................................... 9-10 Specialized Activity Camps................................. 11 Leaders in Training............................................. 12 Northern Door Camps........................................ 13-15

FORMS........................................................ 16-20

THE Y’s SUMMER CAMP GOALS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY: Each camp will include a minimum of 15 minutes of activity for every hour of camp. Activities will include large motor free play, as well as instructor-led activities. HEALTHY EATING: NEW this year! Nutrition specialist Leah Pluff introduces the 11-week curriculum called Y5210 promoting 5 daily servings of fruit and vegetables, 2 hours of screen time, 1 hour physical activity, and 0 sugar sweetened drinks. Mondays Leah will join full-day camps to incorporate healthy eating habits into their day. Meals and snacks will include fruits and vegetables, following the USDA “My Plate” guidelines. Water is the preferred drink at meal and snack time with milk also available. LEARNING, ENRICHMENT, CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: Age appropriate reading and writing activities will be structured into weekly camp curriculum. Geography and Science exploration and Community Service will also be an intentional focus this summer in full-day camps.


REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT INFORMATION Financial Assistance:

At the YMCA, summer camp is for everyone, regardless of income. We are committed to giving everyone the opportunity to participate in character building programs regardless of one’s ability to pay. The YMCA provides financial assistance for families who are unable to pay the full camp fee. Contact Sue at the Sturgeon Bay Program Center at 920-743-4949 and Josh at the Northern Door Program Center at 920-868-3660. All requests are confidential. For state subsidy information, contact Val Bauldry at Human Services of Door County at 920-746-2245.

Camp Registration Forms:

For your child’s safety and state licensing requirements, registration forms must be submitted by Friday, June 6th. All registration forms are found on pages 16-20. Camp Deposits, Payment and Cancellations: A non-refundable deposit is required at the time of registration unless you receive a subsidy. A non-refundable deposit of 25% is required if you register before June 6 and 50% if you register after June 6. Your deposit is applied to your total camp fees. The balance of camp fees must be scheduled for a payment plan and MUST be paid in full prior to end of camp. See page 20 for deposit/cancellation policy. Camp Early Registration Discounts: It pays to become a member and register early! Members who register for all 11 weeks of day camp by March 31 save up to $475, from April 1 - May 15 save up to $325 and from May 16 to the start of camp save up to $175. Camp Directors: Drew Richmond, Center Executive Director of the Northern Door Program Center, hails from a YMCA camping Background. From 1992 – 2001 he worked seasonally for a YMCA Day Camp in Rockford, IL. After graduating from College with a Parks and Recreation Degree and Camp Administration Emphasis, he was the Director of Camp Manito-wish YMCA in Boulder Junction, WI for 8 years until moving to Door County in the fall of 2012. JoAnna Severinsen is the School Age Director of the Sturgeon Bay Program Center and a graduate of UWM with a credential in Early Childhood Administration. JoAnna has been working with children of all ages for 7 years. She was previously the Assistant Director at The Barker Child Development Center. “My goal for Summer Camp is to help your child(ren) build values and skills that they will use for a lifetime and to have fun!” Camp Extended Care: In Sturgeon Bay, morning care is available from 5:30am and evening care is available until 5:45pm at no additional cost. Supervision and limited programming will be available. Photo Release: The Y uses photos of program participants in its promotional materials. If you do not want your child photographed, please check 13 17 the appropriate box on the bottom of the registration form on page 20.

MEMBERSHIP GIVES YOU MANY OPPORTUNITIES

Save up to 35% on Camp fees when you register early as a member and pay no joining fee

All campers are encouraged to join as a YMCA member to receive full membership privileges. The youth membership is $15/month. Or better yet, join as a family and make the Y your destination for family fun activities year round!

YOUR MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS INCLUDE: • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Reduced fees on all YMCA classes including camps Use of both pools and water slide in Sturgeon Bay Free play time in the Prime Time Center Family Nights through the year Programming for all ages Free select adult fitness classes Leki pole/snowshoe checkout Open swim, gym, track, pickleball and basketball Kiddie Kinetics & Busy Babies Shrimp Dip (free with a family membership) Athletic trainer and physical therapy consultations Blood pressure screening Social clubs and activities

Register for all 11 weeks of Day Camp* now and receive

5 DAYS FREE

Sign up by March 31 Sign up April 1 - May 15 Sign up May 16 - Start of Camp

$475 $325 $175

*Valid for Adventure, Traveler and Navigator Camps only. Does not include Pre-summer camp week. Must be a member for these savings.

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WEEKLY CAMP THEMES in Sturgeon Bay

EXPLORER, ADVENTURE, TRAVELER, NAVIGATOR & PIONEER CAMPS

A TYPICAL DAY IN CAMP

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• Drop off/Child Initiated Activities

• Teacher Led Activities 7:00-7:45am • Breakfast 7:45-8:15am (Provided) • Camp Circle • Camp Enrichment Activities • Nutritious Lunch (Provided) • Camp Enrichment Activities • Healthy Snack (Provided)

• Sign Out/Child Initiated Activities

• Y5210 Nutrition Education • Swimming Lessons • Field Trips • Gardening • Crafts • Special Guests • Summer Reading Program • Science and Math Activities • Mentoring • Journaling • Reading Buddies • Problem Solving with Lego Design • Geography & The World Around Us • Community Service Projects

WHAT TO WEAR • Tennis shoes with socks • Camp t-shirt (provided)

DAILY BACK PACK ITEMS • • • •

Water bottle Swim suit & towel Sweatshirt/light jacket Optional Items: goggles, plastic bag for wet swim suit/towel, comb/brush

PLEASE DO NOT BRING • Money • Personal electronic items or cell phones • Toys from home

BAG LUNCH & DRINK These camps participate in the Summer Food Program which offers FREE nutritious breakfast and lunch to all campers daily. A menu for the week will be provided in advance to help with meal planning and discussion. If you choose to provide alternate meals, please support our healthy eating guidelines. Water is the preferred drink of choice within the camps.

Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers.

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WEEKLY CAMP THEMES in Sturgeon Bay

EXPLORER, ADVENTURE, TRAVELER, NAVIGATOR & PIONEER CAMPS

My son has learned new things and has been able to experience things he wouldn’t normally have if he was in another day care situation.

PRE-CAMP ORIENTATION June 10 6pm at New Location! (details to follow soon). Don’t miss this opportunity to meet your camp counselors, see the new camp space, and submit any remaining paperwork. A welcome-to-camp surprise will be waiting for you!!

WEEK 1 June 16-20 We are Family (Teamwork)

WEEK 4 July 7 - 11 Wonders of Nature

Kick off the summer at the Door County YMCA camp with ice breakers designed to This week we will explore mother earth and all of her beautiful creations while make new friends. We will focus on cooperation, positive teamwork, and having a learning about nature and most importantly how to have fun with our surroundings. blast together! Mon July 7th My Plate Food Guide with Leah Mon Jun 16th Family Exercise Ideas with Leah/Intro to Pen Pals Tue July 8th Swim Lesson @ Y/Fishing at Local Park Tue Jun 17th Swim Lesson @ Y/Tye-dying @ Local Park Wed July 9th Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wed Jun 18th The Ridges or Door County Candle/Schopf Hill Top Dairy Thur July 10th Swim Lesson @ Y/Erupting Volcanoes Local Park Thur Jun 19th Swim Lesson @ Y/ Plant Your Own Flower @ Local Park Fri July 11th White Fish Dunes or Hickory Brothers Fishery Fri Jun 20th Team Building (Group Flags)

WEEK 2 June 23- 27 Get This Party Started

Games, sports and team building activities will get your camper ready for an awesome summer. Mon Jun 23rd Figuring out Food Lables with Leah Tues Jun 24th Swim Lesson @ Y / 4 Way-Tug a War @ Local Park Wed Jun 25th Door County Candle/Schopf Hill Top Dairy or The Ridges Thur Jun 26th Swim Lesson @ Y/Make Your Own Quick Sand @ Local Park Fri Jun 27th Guest Magician

WEEK 3 June 30-July 3 Party In the USA

Get ready to rock as we celebrate our nation’s birthday. Bring your red, white and blue attire for the field day party and patriotic themed fun! Mon Jun 30th Why Choose Water with Leah/ 4th of July Fun Tue July 1st Swim Lesson @ Y/ Local Park Wed July 2nd Red Putter Thur July 3rd Swim Lesson @ Y/ Lego Challenge #1 @ Local Park Fri July 4th CLOSED

WEEK 5 July 14 - 18 Fun and Fitness

Get your fitness on this summer with fun and fitness week. This is a great week packed with healthy activities that will improve your child’s fitness and sports skills while building confidence and self-esteem in an atmosphere of fun! Mon July 14th Tue July 15th Wed July 16th Thur July 17th Fri July 18th

Stretch It Out with Leah/Letters to Pen Pals Swim Lesson @ Y/Hula Hoop Challenge at Local Park The Courses or Quietwoods South Swimming Swim Lesson @ Y/ Community Outreach Project Create a Camp Trail Mix

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WEEK 6 July 21 - 25 Ice, Ice, Baby

Stop, collaborate and listen—we’re on a mission to stay cool this summer! Let’s beat the summer heat this week by enjoying a variety of water games, competitions, and field trips. Mon July 21tst Tue July 22nd Wed July 23rd Thur July 24th Fri July 25th

Serving Sizes with Leah Swim Lesson @ Y/ Sand Castle Contest at Egg Harbor Beach Quietwoods South Swimming or The Courses Swim Lesson @ Y/ Lego Challenge #2 @ Local Park Water Relays

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WEEKLY CAMP THEMES in Sturgeon Bay

EXPLORER, ADVENTURE, TRAVELER, NAVIGATOR & PIONEER CAMPS WEEK 7 July 28 - August 1 Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Whether its wheels, propellers or tracks this week is about everything that runs and goes. Campers will explore all the ways we get around, while having a truly moving experience. Mon July 28th Get Involved with Leah Tue July 29th Swim Lesson @ Y/Trolley Ride Wed July 30th National Railroad Museum or Cherry Picking Thur July 31st Swim Lesson @ Y/ Fireboat Fri Aug 1st Coast Guard

WEEK 8 August 4 - 8 Paying it Forward

Do you enjoy helping others? Come spend the week having fun and making new friends. We will work together to make our community a better place to be! Mon Aug 4th Tue Aug 5th Wed Aug 6th Thur Aug 7th Fri Aug 8th

Nutritious Food with Leah/Last letter to Pen Pals Swim Lesson @ Y/ Project Sunset Park Clean Up Bay Beach or Neville Museum Swim Lesson @ Y/ Ball Toss Race @ Sunset Park Community Service Learning Project

WEEK 9 August 11 - 15 Let the Games Begin

Let the games begin! Ready….Set….Go! Join us for a week of nonstop action as we get moving and grooving. We will be running, jumping, skipping and racing as we challenge each other to be the best that we can be. Campers get on your mark! Mon Aug11th Limiting Screen Time with Leah Tues Aug 12th Swim Lessons @Y/ Make your own Lava Lamps @ Local Park Wed Aug 13th Bay Beach or Apple Valley Bowling Thur Aug 14th Swim Lesson @Y/ Relay Races @ Local Park Fri Aug 15th Sports of All Sorts

WEEK 10 August 18 - 22 S’More Fun

We’ve all had them…sticky, gooey, yummy S’Mores. A little bit of everything all packed into one. That’s what this week is all about—bringing together a bunch of different wacky, messy and exciting activities that we just couldn’t cover in other weeks! Silly fun, wacky sports, water wars and more. Mon Aug 18th Tue Aug 19th Wed Aug 20th Thur Aug 21st Fri Aug 22nd

Exercise for 1 hour with Leah Swim Lesson @ Y/ Food Art @ Local Park Picnic with Pen Pals Swim Lesson @ Y/Lego Challenge #3 @ Local Park The Ridges or Apple Valley Bowling

WEEK 11 August 25 - 29 Camp Friends Forever

It’s time to wrap up the summer with all of our friends. We will celebrate this week with our favorite camp songs, games, activities and trips. You don’t want to miss the grand finale as we say good bye to Summer Camp 2014 but stay friends forever. Mon Aug 25th Tue Aug 26th Wed Aug 27th Thur Aug 28th Fri Aug 29th

Say No to Sugary Drinks with Leah Swim @ Y/ Crossroads or Ridges Sturgeon Bay Cinema Swim Lesson @ Local Park Camp Cook Out

My children came home happy, talking about new experiences and how they were expected to act with good behavior and positively towards others, reinforcing behaviors I teach at home.

Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers.

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CAMPS: Explorer & Adventure in Sturgeon Bay

EXPLORER CAMP Ages 4 & 5

Explorers is the campers first, fun camp experience that gives your child the chance to make new friends, create cool art projects, learn new games, enjoy summer pool time fun, run and play in the gym and outdoors and even take a couple of field trips on a REAL school bus! Each week presents a different theme geared towards the interests and abilities of your preschool child. The themes are designed to help kids to explore, learn and enjoy new experiences by participating in activities and outings. You have two days each week to choose from or for the best time of all, sign up for both days! Camp dates: June 17-August 21; Camp times: 9:00-12:00 Tuesdays or Thursdays Camp Director: Dori Meyer Location: YMCA Sturgeon Bay Program Center Registration Dates: Now-March 31 April 1-May 15 May 16-End of Camp

Y Member: $155 for Tuesdays $155 for Thursday $170 for Tuesdays $170 for Thursdays $185 for Tuesdays $185 for Thursdays

General Public: $194 for Tuesdays $194 for Thursdays $212 for Tuesdays $212 for Thursdays $231 for Tuesdays $231 for Thursdays

ADVENTURE CAMP Ages 5 through Entering Grade 1

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This Camp is a full-time 3 or more days per week licensed day camp full of fun learning, exciting adventures and wide ranging activities. Every day includes activities that nourish your child’s sense of adventure and creativity. Weekly themes promote learning and variety. Our themes are designed so children may have experiences beyond the ordinary and so that each week of camp is fresh. Field trips, large motor activities, music, games, art projects and traditional camp fun are just some of the “awesomeness” to experience. Swimming lessons are included for campers Tuesdays and Thursdays. Camp dates: June 16-August 29; No camp July 4 Camp times: 8:30-4:00; Extended Care 5:30-8:30am & 4:00-5:45pm Camp Director: Abby Zelhofer Location: New West Side Location (details to be announced soon) Registration Dates: Now-March 31 April 1-May 15 May 16-end of Camp

Y Member: $145 per wk/$31 day $160 per wk/$34 day $175 per wk/$37 day

General Public: $180 per wk/$38 day $200 per wk/$42 day $220 per wk/ $46 day

Looking for additional care for June 9 - 13? Save up to See page 8 for details.

Pre-Camp Orientation:

Get a sneak peek of camp on June 10 at a meet-and-greet at the New Location in Sturgeon Bay (details coming soon!) at 6pm!

Be sure to claim your special surprise!!

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35% by

registering early; Buy 11 weeks of camp and get one FREE!!

Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers.

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CAMPS: Traveler & Navigator in Sturgeon Bay

TRAVELER CAMP Entering Grades 2 & 3

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Traveler Camp is a full-time three or more days per week licensed day camp offering new experiences, skill building and lasting friendships. Weekly themes and a healthy food curriculum will help campers learn to become more independent. Campers will participate in challenging and fun activities indoors and out. Swimming lessons are included for campers Tuesdays and Thursdays. Camp dates: June 16-August 29; No camp July 4 Camp times: 8:30-4:00; Extended Care 5:30-8:30am & 4:00-5:45pm Camp Director: Jayne Hayes Location: New West Side Location (details to be announced soon) Registration Dates: Now-March 31 April 1-May 15 May 16-end of Camp

Y Member: $145/wk or $31/day $160 /wk or $34/day $175/wk or $37/day

General Public: $180/wk or $38/day $200/wk or $42/day $220/wk or $46/day

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NAVIGATOR CAMP Entering Grades 4 & 5

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days p Navigator Camp is a full-time three or more days per e week r week licensed day camp that will provide participants with unique opportunities to go places, have unique learning experiences and engage their mind through projects and activities. Campers will gain a sense of community while building new friendships and working closely with others their age. Most importantly they will have FUN in a safe, and positive environment. Swimming lessons included for campers on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Camp dates: June 16-August 29 ; No camp July 4 Camp times: 8:30-4:00; Extended Care 5:30-8:30am & 4:00-5:45pm Camp Director: Nicole LeMieux Location: New West Side Location (details to be announced soon) Registration Dates: Now-March 31 April 1-May 15 May 16-end of Camp

Y Member: $145/wk or $31/day $160/wk or $34/day $175/wk or $37/day

General Public: $180/wk or $38/day $200/wk or $42/day $220/wk or $46/day

Pre-Camp Orientation:

Get a sneak peek of camp on June 10 at a meet-and-greet at the New Location in Sturgeon Bay (details coming soon!) at 6pm!

Be sure to claim your special surprise!!

Looking for additional care for June 9 - 13? See page 8 for details.

Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers.

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PIONEER CAMP Ages 5 through entering Grade 5 This camp is a part time licensed day camp for families 2 or le that are looking for 2 or less days per week and is filled s days s with fun activities that allow for physical involvement, per week social interaction, educational opportunities, leadership building, personal growth and creativity. This camp will give your child the opportunity to interact with other children that are coming and going throughout the summer. Children will get to develop a relationship with a consistent teacher/counselor each time they attend. Campers will be divided into groups by age with activities appropriate to the interests and needs of each group. Campers participate in swimming, arts and crafts, health and fitness and group games, reading, and weekly excursions to local parks, beaches, museums and much more. For details on planned activities refer to page 3 and 4. Camp dates: June 16 – August 29, No camp July 4th Camp Times: 8:30-4:00; Extended Care 5:30-8:30am & 4:00-5:45pm Location: New West Side Location (details to be announced soon) Registration Dates: Y Member:

General Public:

Now-March 31 $145 per wk/$31 day $180 per wk/$38 day April 1-May 15 $160 per wk/$34 day $200 per wk/$42 day May 16-end of Camp $175 per wk/$37 day $220 per wk/ $46 day

Pre-Camp Orientation:

Get a sneak peek of camp on June 10 at a meet-and-greet at the New Location in Sturgeon Bay (details coming soon!) at 6pm!

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Be sure to claim your special surprise!!

A TYPICAL DAY IN CAMP • Drop off/Child Initiated Activities • Teacher Led Activities 7:00-7:45am • Breakfast 7:45-8:15am (Provided) • Camp Circle • Camp Enrichment Activities • Nutritious Lunch (Provided) • Camp Enrichment Activities • Sign Out/Child Initiated Activities

PLEASE DO NOT BRING

WHAT TO WEAR • Tennis shoes with socks • Comfortable clothing

DAILY BACK PACK ITEMS • • • •

Water bottle Swim suit & towel Sweatshirt/light jacket Optional Items: goggles, plastic bag for wet swim suit/ towel, comb/brush

• Money • Personal electronic items or cell phones • Toys from home

BAG LUNCH & DRINK This Camp participates in the Summer Food Program and offers a FREE nutritious lunch to all campers. Please provide an alternate healthy and nutritious lunch only if your child will not eat the lunch provided. A lunch menu will be provided in advance to assist in lunch planning and discussion. Water will be the preferred drink with the meal.

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Looking for additional care for June 9 - 13? See page 8 for details.

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CAMP: Pre-Summer Week in Sturgeon Bay

Schools out and you are looking for care the week of June 9 - 13th? Join us for pre-summer week and get an early start on summer fun! This week is geared toward our Southern Door and Sevastopol friends who are off school for the week.

Pre-Summer Week Age 5 through entering Grade 5

This week offers days filled with field trips, sports, swimming, arts and crafts, and many more fun activities! You choose the days. Sign up for one, two or all of the extra camp days for more summer fun. A nutritious breakfast and lunch will be served each day of Pre-Summer Week. Mon June 9th Kick off Activites @ The Y Tue June 10th Bounce House @ the Y Wed June 11th Bowling @ Apple Valley Lanes Thur June 12th Outside Activities @ Crossroads Fri June 13th Games Galore @ the Y Camp dates: Monday-Friday, June 9-13 Camp times: 8:30–4:00; Extended Care 5:30–8:30am & 4:00–5:45pm Location: New West Side Location (details to be announced soon) Registration Dates: Y Member:

General Public:

Now-March 31 $145 per wk/$31 day $180 per wk/$38 day April 1-May 15 $160 per wk/$34 day $200 per wk/$42 day May 16-end of Camp $175 per wk/$37 day $220 per wk/ $46 day

Daycare Opportunities The Barker Child Development Center is currently accepting enrollment for children of all ages. Please contact Angie Piel or Dawn Thiry at 920-818-0691 or go to www.doorcountyymca.org/content/barker-y-child-development-center for questions about enrollment or to receive an application.

LET’S CONNECT EMAIL COMMUNICATIONS Receive periodic emails from the YMCA about events, activities and schedules that interest you. Your email address will be kept confidential. To begin receiving updates simply send an email to marketing@doorcountyymca.org or visit our website!

Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers.

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CAMPS IN THEin Sturgeon PARKS Bay SUNSET PARK “SPORTS-OF-ALL-SORTS� CAMP Entering Grades 5 through Entering Grade 8 Are you looking for something fun and active to do this summer? We are offering a sports camp that will keep you moving and having fun at the same time. We will take all levels of players and we will aim to get in the water each day after our sport to cool off and play some water games. Please bring your swim suit and towel and a water bottle. A nutritious snack is provided each day. Camp dates: Camp Director: Camp Location:

June 23rd through August 21st Julie Wilson Sunset Park

SUNSET PARK TENNIS LESSONS Children 7 and older Each lesson consists of warm-ups, tennis drills and skill building exercises and game play. Youth are welcome to bring your own tennis racquet or you may borrow one of the provided racquets. In case of inclement weather, please call the YMCA on the morning of the lesson to find out about cancellations. Lessons are at Sunset Park. Camp Director: Camp Location:

Julie Wilson Sunset Park by the tennis courts

All sessions Monday-Thursday 1:30 - 2:30pm

Sand Volleyball Mondays, 1:30 - 3:30 pm Member: $30 General Public: $37.50

Session 1 Monday, June 16-Thursday, July 3 (No camp July 4) Y Member: $49 General Public: $61

Frisbee Golf Tuesdays, 1:30 - 3:30 pm Member: $30 General Public: $37.50

Session 2 Monday, July 7-Thursday, July 24 Y Member: $49 General Public: $61

Soccer Wednesdays, 1:30 - 3:30 pm Member: $30 General Public: $37.50

Session 3 Monday, July 28-Thursday, August 14 Y Member: $49 General Public: $61

Softball - bring your own glove Thursdays, 1:30 - 3:30 pm Member: $30 General Public: $37.50 Drop-in Rates Member: $5/day

What to bring: Water bottle, tennis shoes, tennis racket, sweatshirt or windbreaker.

General Public: $7/day

What to bring: Water bottle, tennis shoes, sweatshirt or windbreaker.

Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers.

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CAMPS IN THEin Sturgeon PARKS Bay Summer Foods Program

OTUMBA PARK HALF DAY CAMP Ages 6 to 12

Through a great partnership, the City of Sturgeon Bay and the Door County YMCA are proud to, once again, offer the abbreviated camp experience at Otumba Park. This program is perfect for those families who do not need full-time day camp, but are still looking for fun activities to get kids out of the house for a few hours while engaging their minds and keeping their bodies active. Children in this halfday setting will engage in sports and games, a variety of arts and crafts, team building challenges, and various instructor led games. All participants will receive a morning snack and FREE nutritious lunch. The camp meets at the shelter at Otumba Park. Camp Director: Camp Location: Camp Times:

Julie Wilson Otumba Park Pavilion Monday - Thursday, 9:00am - Noon

Session 1 Monday, June 16-Thursday, July 3 Session 2 Monday, July 7-Thursday, July 24 Session 3 Monday, July 28-Thursday, August 14 Y Member and General Public: $30 per session What to bring: Water Bottle, swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, sweatshirt or windbreaker.

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The Sturgeon Bay Program Center once again will be the sponsor for the Summer Food Program. This program is available to any child 18 and under that would like FREE lunch during the summer. Enrolled campers will also receive FREE breakfast through this program. This year additional grants and funding will allow for instructor-led activities. The Summer Foods Program is a collaborative effort made possible with the support from the following local partners: • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Bay Hill Apartments The Boys and Girls Club City of Sturgeon Bay The Door County Health Department The Packer Foundation Therma-Tron-X, Inc. Econofoods Feed My People PATH Private supporters United Way UW-Extension SandHill Walmart

The four components we will strive to include in our meals are: • Healthy, nutritious meals will be served that meet the USDA guidelines, with a variety of food choices • Serving sizes will be taught/acknowledged, but additional servings are available (substitutions may be made for additional servings) • Fruits and/or vegetables will be offered at each meal • Beverage choices will be water and milk, which are available at each meal; water is the preferred drink option.

Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers.

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SPECIALIZED ACTIVITY CAMPS in Sturgeon Bay

ART CAMPS

Art Camps encourage children to be creative and use their imagination as much as possible. This increased emphasis on creativity can help to foster new ways of thinking about the world in general. Classes will include: Photography with Suzanne Rose, Water Colors with Kari Anderson, Flowers for Kids with Sturgeon Bay Florist and many others with local Door County artists. Watch for more information including dates and pricing in our spring program guide. Camp Location: YMCA at the Sturgeon Bay Program Center

GYMNASTICS Progressive Camp-Ages 6 to 13

Our focus is to support each gymnastics while learning new skills and improving existing ones. Each day focuses on a particular development element. Participants must have had two previous sessions of gymnastics. All gymnasts must have been enrolled in a level 1 or higher class. Camp Director: Nikki Pollman Location: YMCA at the Sturgeon Bay Gymnastics Center Camp Dates: Monday-Thursday, August 4-August 7 9:00am to 12:00pm Y Member: $70

General Public: $90

Gymnastics Team Camp

This intensive camp focuses on advancing skills of the seasoned gymnast. All gymnasts must have competed on the Striver’s Team or another YMCA competitive team. Team camp open to YMCA members only. Camp Director: Nikki Pollman Location: YMCA at the Sturgeon Bay Gymnastics Center Camp Dates: June 23–June 27 Levels 2,3&4 8:30am-10:15am $52 Level 5&up 10:15am-1:00pm $75 August 11-August 14 Levels 2,3&4 8:30am-10:15am $42 Level 5&up 10:15am-1:00pm $60

PEAK PERFORMANCE CLINIC Entering Grade 7 to Grade 12

The PEAK Performance Clinic is a results-based athletic performance program. This is a high-intensity conditioning and strength training program designed to improve agility, speed, muscular strength and endurance, vertical leap, and cardiovascular endurance. Clinic uses some of the best training equipment in the world, including kettle-bells, viper belts, resistance belts, single, double, and triple-over speed belts, tires, logs, ladders, hurdles, agility poles, parachutes, sleds, etc. Age-specific and sport-specific weight training through correct lifting technique, vertical leap training, core strength training, and multiple agility tests will improve athletic skill greatly. Discussions each day include leadership training, performance nutrition and hydration, championship level skill development and goal setting. Past participants boast of this program’s ability to prepare them for success in their sport seasons. Specific improvements included: increasing vertical jump by over 3” in preparation for volleyball, better foot speed for football, increased agility speed for soccer, and more muscular endurance and strength for swimming. The clinics’ effectiveness can be measured by the 90% retention rate for athletes returning each year. We will accept 70 athletes for this session and have had to turn away athletes every year because we cannot accommodate them, so please, sign up early!!! Camp Director: Location:

Mike McHugh YMCA at the Sturgeon Bay Outdoor Track

Camp Dates:

Monday-Thursday; 7:00am-9:00am June 16-July 24 (no class July 4th)

Y Member: $120

General Public: $150

Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers.

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Sturgeon Bay and LEADERS IN TRAINING inNorthern Door

LEADERS IN TRAINING in Sturgeon Bay

LEADERS IN TRAINING in Northern Door

Entering grade 7 and older

Entering grade 7 and older

The LIT (Leaders in Training) program is a leadership development and mentoring program and a great resume builder! This introductory training for young people covers the basic skills needed to deal effectively with groups of children, group work, organization, safety awareness, leadership skills and motivation. Teens in this program learn SAFE strategies: Stand up for those who are being harassed, Alert peers through awareness-raising activities, Furnish information to peers who need help, Expect respect and model respectful relationships. The LIT’s will be working towards a project that they will present at the end of camp based off of the Expect Respect Curriculum. We are requiring students to fill out an application by June 1st. Call Julie Wilson at the Y at 7434949 for more details.

The LIT program is a leadership development and mentoring program. It is an introductory training for young people that covers the basic skills needed to deal effectively with groups of children, group work, organization, safety awareness, leadership skills and motivation. LIT’s are expected to model the YMCA core values; honestly, respect, responsibility, and caring at all times, as well as be a positive role model for the campers they work with. We are requiring students to fill out an application by May 15th. There will be a required training session June 5th. Please call Jordan Burress at 920-868-3660 for more information about this program.

Camp Director: Camp Location: Camp Times:

Julie Wilson Dependent on Camp Assigned Dependent on Camp Assigned

****June 13th

Required training session ***

Camp Director: Camp Location: Camp Times:

Jordan Burress Dependent on Camp Assigned Dependent on Camp Assigned

Employment Opportunities Are you working toward a career in youth development and have experience working with children? Then come in and talk with our Youth Directors about leading one of the YMCA summer camps – it’s fun and fulfilling…as long as you love working with children! Pick up an application at the Sturgeon Bay or Northern Door program center if interested. We are currently looking for full and part time counselors, but these opportunities fill up fast, so contact the YMCA today at http://doorcountyymca.org/content/employment. Email Sherri Dantoin at sdantoin@doorcountyymca.org or call 920743-4949 for more information. Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers. 12

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WEEKLY CAMP THEMES in Northern Door LI’L TROOPERS, COMMANDERS & FUN IN THE SUN

PRE-CAMP ORIENTATION June 5 6pm in Northern Door

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet your camp counselors, see the camp space, and submit your paperwork at the Northern Door Program Center. A welcome-to-camp surprise will be waiting for you!! WEEK 1 June 16-20 Summer Kick-Off

This week is all about getting to know one another. Kids of all ages will participate and fill the air with joyous laughter and team building spirit. Campers will participate in instructor led fun and games which will incorporate the YMCA’s four core values. We will also visit the Sister Bay Bowl to go bowling.

WEEK 2 June 23-27 Explore Door County

Spend the week exploring Northern Door County. We will take a trip to Peninsula State Park where we will explore the lighthouse. Campers will take a nature hike in the park as well as a participate in flag football and fun at the Sports Complex in Sister Bay.

WEEK 3 June 30-July 3 (no camp July 4) Red, White and Blue Independence Day themed crafts will be completed this week by campers. Kids will walk to the Sports Complex in Sister Bay to play basketball and other fun games. A trip to a lighthouse will round out the week.

WEEK 6 July 21-25 Cherries, Cherries and More Cherries

Campers will visit Seaquist Orchards to learn everything there is to learn about cherries. They will also begin swim lessons at the beach in Sister Bay.

WEEK 7 July 28-August 1 Tour the Lake

Campers will explore the waters of Door County on a Shoreline Charter Boat Tour. Later in the week we will head to the library and play kickball at the Sports Complex in Sister Bay.

WEEK 8 August 4 -8 Art, Painting, Sports & More

Campers will explore the many facets of Door County this week, from swimming in the bay at the Sister Bay Beach to arts and crafts at the Village Hall and hiking at The Ridges to tennis at the Sports Complex in Sister Bay. We will also have a “Learn to Swim” challenge with our great Y swim instuctors.

WEEK 9 August 11-15 Fun at THE Farm

Campers will take and enjoy a picnic at everyone’s favorite place, THE Farm, where live animals bring much joy and laughter to adults and WEEK 4 July 7-11 Music, Dance and Play kids alike. To cool off from the heat of the summer sun, this week will Campers will get in the folk spirit with the Door County Folk Festival. They also feature an ice cream social. will get a tour of the festival and learn a traditional folk dance. They will also tour the American Folklore Theater at Peninsula State Park. WEEK 10 August 18-22 Summer’s End One last time enjoy the smell of hotdogs, brats and burgers. Feel the WEEK 5 July 14-18 Camp Out sand between our toes and the warmth of the summer sun on your Kids will enjoy an overnight trip to Camp Cuesta. This includes a night full face. For our last week of camp we will end it all with one of everyone’s of grilling, storytelling and making tons of memories. Campers will learn favorite games, Y-Olympics. Join us as we say one last goodbye to our outdoor survival skills, including cooking, making s’mores, and more. summer friends and hello to another school year. Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers.

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CAMPS: Li’l TROOPERS & COMMANDERS in Northern Door Li’L TROOPERS CAMP Ages 3-5

COMMANDERS CAMP Entering Grades 1 - 5

Pre-School Campers will enjoy age appropriate games, craft projects and time in the pool (Wednesday only). Campers will also play outside and build with Legos and puzzles. Each day will include time for enrichment to help your child grow their spirit, mind and body. Camp runs on Wednesdays or Fridays, but you may also choose to participate on both days.

Local exploration, group games, outdoor fun and summer fun. sports and crafts will fill the summer days. Fridays will be spent at the Y in Fish Creek. Time in the pool, gym and local hikes are sure to keep the kids active! Please sign up early as spaces are limited.

Camp Director: Camp Location: Camp Dates:

Jordan Burress YMCA at the Northern Door Program Center Wednesdays, Fridays; 9:15am to 12:15pm (No camp July 4) June 18 through August 8

Registration Dates: Y Member:

General Public:

Now-March 31 $125 Wednesdays $155 Wednesdays $110 Fridays $140 Fridays April 1-May 15 $140 Wednesdays $175 Wednesdays $120 Fridays $160 Fridays May 16-End of Camp $155 Wednesdays $195 Wednesdays $135 Fridays $180 Fridays Daily Rate $22/day $25/day

Camp Director: Jordan Burress Camp Location: Sister Bay Village Hall; Tuesdays/Thursdays; 8:00am- 5:00pm Northern Door Program Center; Fridays; 8:00am - 5:00pm Camp Dates: June 16 through August 22 (No camp July 4th) Registration Y Member: Dates: 31 $290 Now-March Tuesdays or $31/day $290 Thursdays or $31/day $260 Fridays or $31/day April 1-May 15 $320 Tuesdays or $34/day $320 Thursdays or $34/day $288 Fridays or $34/day

May 16- $350 Tuesdays or $37/day End of Camp $350 Thursdays or $37/day $315 Fridays or $37/day

General Public: $360 Tuesdays or $38/day $360 Thursdays or $38/day $325 Fridays or $38/day $400 Tuesdays or $42/day $400 Thursdays or $42/day $360 Fridays or $42/day $440 Tuesdays or $46/day $440 Thursdays or $46/day $394 Fridays or $46/day

Pre-Camp Orientation:

Get a sneak peek of camp on June 5 at a meet-andgreet at the Northern Door Program Center at 6pm! Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers.

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CAMPS: FUN IN THE SUN in Northern Door FUN IN THE SUN CAMP Entering Grades 1 - 5 This is a collaborative camp program with the Village of Sister Bay which provides safe, fun, supervised activities for all. Activities will include swimming, biking, fishing, kayaking, climbing, tennis, soccer and many other sports and fun filled times. Located at the Sister Bay Village Hall. Camp Director: Camp Time: Camp Location: Camp Dates:

Jordan Burress 8:00 to 5:00; Mondays and Wednesdays Sister Bay Village Hall June 16-August 20

Y Members & Sister Bay residents or lodging guests: Mondays and Wednesdays FREE Sister Bay residents/Lodging Guests in Sister Bay and not a Y Member: Mondays and Wednesdays $370 $21/day Y Members & Non-residents of Sister Bay: Mondays and Wednesdays $700 $37/day General Public: Mondays and Wednesdays

$875 $46/day

A TYPICAL DAY IN CAMP

DAILY BACK PACK ITEMS

• Drop off/Check In (must be labeled in permanent marker) • Instructor Led/Planned Activities • Water bottle • Lunch (Please Pack a Healthy Lunch) • Extra Clothing • Planned Activities • Bag lunch • Afternoon Snack • Swimsuit and towel • Clean up and Recap of the Day • Optional Items-plastic bag for wet • Pick up/Sign Out swim suit and towel, comb/brush,

PLEASE DO NOT BRING

goggles, ear or nose plug

• Money • Toys from Home • Personal electronic items or cell phones

WHAT TO WEAR • Tennis shoes/hiking boots with socks • Please do not wear sandals or open toed shoes

BAG LUNCH AND DRINK • •

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Please send a healthy lunch labeled with child’s name Water is the preferred drink choice

Pre-Camp Orientation:

Get a sneak peek of camp on June 5 at a meet-and-greet at the Northern Door Program Center at 6pm! Be sure to claim your special surprise!! Applications and information for financial assistance are available at the Welcome Center at both Northern Door and Sturgeon Bay Program Centers.

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This Form is Required ONLY for Adventure, Traveler, Navigator and Pioneer Camps


This Form is Required for ALL Camps STATE OF WISCONSIN

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES Division of Early Care and Education DCF-F (CFS-2345) (R. 03/2009)

Page 1 of 2

HEALTH HISTORY AND EMERGENCY CARE PLAN

Use of form: This form is required for family and group child care centers and day camps to comply with DCF 250.04(6)(a)1. and 250.07(6)(L)5., DCF 251.04(6)(a)6. and 251.07(6)(k)5., and DCF 252.44(6)(g) of the Wisconsin Administrative Codes. Failure to comply may result in issuance of a noncompliance statement. Personal information you provide may be used for secondary purposes [Privacy Law, s.15.04(1)(m), Wisconsin Statutes]. Instructions: The parent / guardian should complete this form for placement in the child’s file prior to the child’s first day of attendance. Information contained on the form shall be shared with any person caring for the child. The department recommends that parents / guardians and center staff periodically review and update the information provided on this form. CHILD INFORMATION Name (Last, First, MI)

Address – Home (Street, City, State, Zip Code)

Telephone Number

Birthdate (mm/dd/yyyy)

PARENT / GUARDIAN INFORMATION Name

Date – First Day of Attendance (mm/dd/yyyy)

Provide information where the parent(s) / guardian(s) may be reached while the child is in care. Telephone Number – Home Telephone Number – Work

Name

Telephone Number – Home

PHYSICIAN / MEDICAL FACILITY INFORMATION Name – Physician

Address – Medical Facility

Telephone Number – Work

Telephone Number – Cellular Telephone Number – Cellular

Telephone Number

SUNSCREEN / INSECT REPELLENT AUTHORIZATION If provided by the parent, the sunscreen or insect repellent shall be labeled with the child’s name. Per DCF 251.07(6)(f)2., authorizations shall be reviewed every 6 months and updated as necessary. Per DCF 250.07(6)(f)2.a., Authorizations shall be reviewed periodically and updated as necessary. Brand Name Ingredient Strength Yes No I authorize the center to apply sunscreen to my child. Yes

No I authorize the center to allow my child to self-apply sunscreen.

Yes

No I authorize the center to apply repellent to my child.

Brand Name

Ingredient Strength

Yes No I authorize the center to allow my child to self-apply repellent. HEALTH HISTORY AND EMERGENCY CARE PLAN If available, attach any health care plan information from the child’s physician, therapist, etc. 1.

Check any special medical condition that your child may have. No specific medical condition Asthma

Diabetes

Gastrointestinal or feeding concerns including special diet and supplements

Cerebral palsy / motor disorder

Epilepsy / seizure disorder

Any disorder including Cognitively Disabled, LD, ADD, ADHD, or Autism

Other condition(s) requiring special care – Specify.

Milk allergy. If a child is allergic to milk, attach a statement from the medical professional indicating the acceptable alternative. Food allergies – Specify food(s). Non-food allergies – Specify.

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This Form is Required for ALL Camps

           

2.

Triggers that may cause problems – Specify.

3.

Signs or symptoms to watch for – Specify.

4.

Steps the child care provider should follow. If prescription or non-prescription medications are necessary, a copy of the form Authorization to Administer Medication should be attached to this form. Note: group child care centers and day camps may use their own form.

5.

Identify any child care staff to whom you have given specialized training / instructions to help treat symptoms.

     

a. b. c.

   

     

6.

When to call parents regarding symptoms or failure to respond to treatment.

7.

When to consider that the condition requires emergency medical care or reassessment.

8.

Additional information that may be helpful to the child care provider.

     

 

SIGNATURE – Parent or Guardian

Date Signed (mm/dd/yyyy)

        Review dates:

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This Form is Required for ALL Camps

Last Name:

r Navigator Camp r Gymnastics Camp r Fun in the Sun

All camp fees must be paid in full by end of camp

(list day, month, date please) r Pioneer Camp r Art Camp r Pre-Summer Fun Camp

M.I.

Account Number:

Bank Routing No:

Date:

Expiration Date:

, end date

)

, end month

) )

Parent/Payee Signature:

Must be signed for all camp registrations

Date:

above for scheduled camp payments for the 2014 summer. A) I understand my payments will continue until my scheduled payments are complete. B) It is my responsibility to notify the YMCA immediately of any account change or closing and to provide the YMCA with current account information. C) The YMCA will contact me if the EFT does not post for any reason and I will assist in resolving the problem as soon as possible. D) The YMCA reserves the right to refuse entrance into the facility or programs if payments are delinquent. E) All previous weeks must be paid in full for continuation in programs. F) The YMCA’s computer system maintains a record of my account that YMCA staff and I can view at any time to review all transactions. r Check here if you do not want your child’s photo taken.

r OPTION 4: Paid in full Payment Authorization: I hereby authorize the Door County YMCA and my financial institution to make withdrawals from the account listed

(start date

r OPTION 1: Draft monthly on the of each month (start date , end Date r OPTION 2: Draft Semi-monthly on the and of each month (start month r OPTION 3: Draft weekly on r Monday, r Tuesday, r Wednesday, r Thursday, r Friday

If credit card draft, please supply the following information: r Discover r Master r Visa Name as it appears on the card: Card Number: -

Account Holder’s Name:

(See Below for Credit Card Info)

Bank Name:

Type of Account: r Checking r Savings

If checking or savings draft, please supply the following information:

Parent/Payee Signature:

I have read and agree to deposit/cancellation policy.

Door County YMCA Camp Deposit Policy: A non-refundable deposit of 25% of the camp fees, per child, is due at the time of registration unless you receive a subsidy. After June 6th: A non-refundable deposit of 50% of the camp fees, per child, is due at the time of registration unless you receive a subsidy. The remaining balance must be scheduled for electronic fund transfer via checking, savings, or credit card account. EFT drafts can occur monthly, semi-monthly, or weekly per your request. Please fill out the information below. Special payment arrangements can be made on an individual basis with YMCA management. Cancellation/Transfer Policy: I have read and agree to the Door County YMCA’s cancellation/transfer policy as follows. A one week notice is required to cancel your child’s camp. If appropriate notice is provided, you will receive your camp payment back minus the cancellation fee. The cancellation fee is 100% of the deposit. Transfers are limited to the availability of registration openings for other days or camps. All cancellation and transfer requests should be communicated to your camp’s supervisor.

Automatic Draft Agreement

First day your child will attend camp: Please indicate the camps your child will attend: r Explorer Camp r Adventure Camp r Traveler Camp r Otumba Camp r Tennis Program r Swim Camp r PEAK Camp r Sports Camp r Li’l Troopers r Commanders r Leaders In Training

First Name:

Child Information

Please complete entirely & return to the Door County YMCA.

2014 Day Camp Payment Agreement

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1743 Egg Harbor Road, Sturgeon Bay (920) 818-0691 • Fax (920) 818-0693 OPEN CLOSE Monday through Friday 5:30 am 5:45 pm * Summer Hours apply from Memorial Day to Labor Day

8:00 pm 3:00 pm 3:00 pm

SUMMER CLOSE* 8:30 pm 7:30 pm 3:00 pm 3:00 pm

Barker Child Development Center

3866 Gibraltar Road, Fish Creek (920) 868-3660 • Fax (920) 868-9970 Monday through Friday 5:30 am 8:00 pm Saturday 7:00 am 5:00 pm Sunday 7:00 am 3:00 pm

Northern Door Program Center

1900 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay (920) 743-4949 • Fax (920) 743-8812 SCHOOL YEAR OPEN CLOSE Monday through Thursday 5:00 am 9:30 pm Friday 5:00 am 9:30 pm Saturday 7:00 am 5:00 pm Sunday 7:00 am 5:00 pm

Sturgeon Bay Program Center

FACILITY INFORMATION

The Y is a cause-driven organization dedicated to strengthening communities through programs that promote youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

Easter (April 20) CLOSED Memorial Day OPEN 7 am - 11 am 4th of July OPEN 7 am - 11 am

Holiday Hours/Closings

Monday, February 24 for Members and Wednesday, February 26 for Community

Summer Camp and Winter 2 Registration Begins

SUMMER CAMP EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE. ACT FAST!!

Visit us at www.doorcountyymca.org • Income Based Pricing always available!

Door County YMCA 1900 Michigan Street Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235

NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION U.S. POSTAGE PAID STURGEON BAY PERMIT #18

Door County YMCA Summer Camps Brochure 2014 final  

Door County YMCA Summer Camps Brochure 2014

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