YMCA SUMMER CAMP GUIDE 2017 | KAMP KERMIT KIDS CAMP CAMP WABANSI CAMP U-NAH-LI-YA GREATER GREEN BAY YMCA GREENBAYYMCA.ORG
SAY HELLO TO SUMMER
THE BEST SUMMER EVER!
WHY CHOOSE: KAMP KERMIT?
Your 4 or 5-year old child enjoys interacting with a smaller group of children and is comfortable being away from home for a half-day experience.
Your 5-10 year old child can comfortably spend the whole day away from home, enjoys being around many other children in an urban setting, likes being outdoors, or may be trying out full-day camp for the first time.
Your 7-12 year old child is striving for independence, can handle feeling further away from home, enjoys outdoor exploration and activities, or is ready to try spending one night at camp in order to try overnight camp in the future.
Your 7-17 year old child has had positive experiences away from home, is striving for independence, or is ready for an overnight camping adventure. YMCA Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya is a traditional overnight camp located 65 miles north of Green Bay. 3
Heidi Marquardt TELEPHONE 920.436.1243 EMAIL email@example.com ADDRESS YMCA Kamp Kermit - East Side Center 1740 S Huron Rd Green Bay WI 54311 Kamp Kermit is licensed by the State of Wisconsin Department of Children and Family Services. 5
KAMP KERMIT To register, see page 30.
Week 1 June 12-16 Sports Adventures Week 2 June 19-23 Magical Kingdom Week 3 (2-day camp) June 26 & 28 or June 27 & 29 Everyday Heroes Week 4 No Camp (July 4th Holiday) Week 5 July 10-14 Friends on the Farm Week 6 July 17-21 Super Power Academy
Your 4-5 year old will enjoy a half day of fun, safe and healthy activities that are geared toward your child’s developmental level. Thursday field trips are included in their fun-filled week. Your family is welcome to join your camper for an onsite family picnic on Friday complete with songs, skits and camper recognition. We will again this year provide an option for your child to attend camp for just two days rather than a full week. We offer two weeks for either a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday camp week. Lunch is to be provided from home for all Kamp Kermit programs. Camp fees per FULL week Members $105 General Public $130 Camp fees per 2-day week Members $36 General Public $48 *Financial Assistance is made available through contributions to the YMCA’s Annual Campaign. See page 30 for more information.
ACTIVITIES Kamp Kermit offers a variety of activities throughout the week. Your child will participate in group games, arts and crafts, swimming, stories and songs, creative freeplay and fitness activities.
Week 7 July 24-28 Outdoor Explorers
Week 8 July 31-August 4 Pirate’s Journey
HOURS OF OPERATION
Week 9 (2-day camp) August 7 & 9 or August 8 & 10 Growing Gourmets
Please print off a Kamp Kermit Parent Handbook at www.greenbayymca.org prior to your child’s camp week. Kamp Kermit runs from 8:30am to 12:30pm, Monday through Friday.
DROP-OFF AND PICK-UP There is no bus service for Kamp Kermit. Parents are responsible for arranging transportation to and from camp each day. 7
KAMP KERMIT theme weeks SPORTS ADVENTURES Week 1, June 12-16 We’re challenging the sports world this week as we run, jump and play our way through the adventures of sports of all sorts! Who’s your favorite team? We’ll go see Green Bay’s famous stadium and learn cool football facts on our field trip to Lambeau Field*!
MAGICAL KINGDOM Week 2, June 19-23 Whether your little camper is a prince, a princess or a knight in shining armor, we will be exploring the make-believe world of the enchanted kingdom. Our field trip will take us to Pamperin Park* where campers will be delighted by a magical show and can then use their imagination to be anything they’d like.
EVERYDAY HEROES Week 3, 2-day camps June 26 & 28 (MW) or June 27 & 29 (T Th) They stand ready at a moment’s notice to protect us and promote our safety… police, fire-fighters, and emergency medical workers! Let’s see what it’s like to be every day heroes and practice our safety skills through games, art projects, stories and even meet some real life heroes. We’ll invite some local community helpers to visit Kamp Kermit and give us a peek at their very important daily work. No offsite field trip for the two-day camps. Please see handbook for the two-day camp schedules.
FRIENDS ON THE FARM Week 5, July 10-14 E-I-E-I-Oh my…Kamp Kermit is turning in to a pretend farm! All the crafts, stories and games promise to make you feel like you’ve just made friends with the cows and chickens down on the farm. Our field trip will lead us to Heritage Hill* where we will meet the animals, do laundry and help with chores…just like the old days—but much more fun—then we’ll end our visit with a couple of old-fashioned games.
SUPER POWER ACADEMY Week 6, July 17-21 We’re brave and we’re bold! No villains stand a chance when they meet up with us! We’ll transform ourselves into super heroes through costumes, play, and challenges. On Thursday, we’ll set out to conquer the exciting world of Bay Beach Amusement Park.*
ages 11 and u p Members: $3 0 General Public : $45
OUTDOOR EXPLORERS Week 7, July 24-28 It’s a big, wide world out there! Let’s see the sights of our natural surroundings, learn about the great outdoors and navigate a scavenger hunt, all while keeping a lookout for animal tracks. Our field trip will be to explore the N.E.W. Zoo.*
PIRATE’S JOURNEY Week 8, July 31-August 4 Arrgh, is that a pirate ship we see? We’ll imagine Kamp Kermit as a far-away land filled with adventure, challenges and missing treasures. This week, we will “sail” over to The Children’s Museum* for our field trip.
GROWING GOURMETS Week 9, 2-day camps Aug 7 & 9 (MW) or Aug 8 & 10 (T Th) We will be little chefs for the week as we create fun snacks and explore the world of yummy food! Each day’s recipe will incorporate a heap of kitchen safety, a scoop of good manners, a pinch of menu planning and a bowl of laughter with new friends! Special guests will join us in Kamp Kermit to help us perfect our gourmet skills. No offsite field trip for the twoday camps.
Offered all sessions, ages 11 and up Spend a week learning leadership skills and techniques to last a lifetime. During your week as a JC, you will have the opportunity to work side by side with our counselors. Your journey in the JC program will include how to lead a group of campers, teach arts & crafts and games, and how to work in a group with your fellow JCs. If you decide to join us for more than one week of the program, you’ll build upon your leadership skills by taking on a more active role and work more closely with our counselors. A Y Camp t-shirt, daily snacks and field trip costs are included in the fee.
*Note: Field trips are subject to change based on weather and availability. 9
Kristin Saugstad TELEPHONE 920.436.9675 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org ADDRESS YMCA KIDS Camp 601 Cardinal Lane Green Bay WI 54313
KIDS Camp is licensed by the State of Wisconsin Department of Children and Family Services.
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CAMP FEES PER WEEK:
DAILY SCHEDULE AND ACTIVITIES
Members $175 (week 4: $105) General Public $200 (week 4: $120)
8:45-9:00 am Check In 9:00-9:30 am Flag Raising/ Announcements/Snack 9:30-9:45 am Fitness Fun 9:45-11:00 am Theme Activities 11:00-11:45 am Camp Activities* 11:45-12:15 pm Lunch 12:15-1:00 pm Camp Activities* 1:00-3:00 pm Swimming/ All Camp Game 3:00-3:30 pm Camp Clean Up/Snack 3:30-3:45 pm Flag Lowering 3:45-4:00 pm Check Out
Financial Assistance is made available through contributions to the YMCA’s Annual Campaign. See page 30 for more information.
Week 1 June 12-16 Walk on the Wild Side Week 2 June 19-23 Hawaiian Hullabaloo Week 3 June 26-30 Batter’s Box Week 4 July 5-7 (Wednesday-Friday only) Space Is The Place Week 5 July 10-14 Tidal Wave Week 6 July 17-21 Hot Shots Week 7 July 24-28 Karate Kid Week 8 July 31-August 4 Down the Rabbit Hole Week 9 August 7-11 Camp Throwdown Week 10 August 14-18 We Got Spirit, Yes We Do! We Got Spirit, How ‘bout You Week 11 August 21-25 Moovin’ and Groovin’
FAMILY NIGHT Share in the camp experience with your child by attending the optional Family Night on Wednesday. This entertaining program includes skits, songs, games and camper recognition.
PARENT HANDBOOK Please print off a KIDS Camp Parent Handbook at www.greenbayymca.org before your camper attends camp.
*Camp activities may include crafts, team building, hikes, nature exploration, small and large group games, archery, skits, songs, field trips and more.
TRANSPORTATION Bus transportation is provided to and from KIDS Camp, or you may choose to drop your child off directly at Camp. KIDS Camp
(next to the West Side YMCA)
Parent Drop-Off Parent Pick-Up
8:45 am 3:45 pm
(380 Broadview Drive)
Bus Pick-Up Bus Drop-Off
8:15 am 4:15 pm
Downtown YMCA (235 N Jefferson St)
Bus Pick-Up Bus Drop-Off
8:30 am 4:00 pm
BEFORE AND AFTER CAMP CARE $15 per child, per week of camp Before and After Camp Care is offered at the West Side Y, Downtown Y, and Langlade School. Care begins at 7:00 am and concludes at 6:00 pm. You may sign up for this care when you register for camp.
WALK ON THE WILD SIDE
Week 1 June 12-16 Lions and tigers oh my! Get ready to go on your very own jungle safari as we explore the animal kingdom and all of its wonders. We will walk on the wild side over to The N.E.W. Zoo* later in the week to observe our furry and not so furry friends in their natural habitats.
Week 3 June 26-30 “Fang” says take me out to the ballgame! Bring your baseball gloves everyone…. you might even catch a fly ball or two as we visit Fox Cities Stadium* to watch the Wisconsin Timberattlers in action. Explore the wide world of sports this week from baseball to football to Gaga. Do you have your game face on?
HAWAIIAN HULLABALOO Week 2 June 19-23 Say “Aloha” to the school year and hello to summer as we get ready for the Kids Camp luau! Get your hula skirt on and get ready to do the limbo, play water games and enjoy some unique food. We will hula down to Bay Beach Amusement Park* for some more serious fun in the sun! Did someone mention “Giant Slide?”
SPACE IS THE PLACE Week 4 July 5-7 (Wednesday - Friday only) Do you believe in aliens? Do you ever wonder what it would be like to live on Mars? Go on an alien hunt, train like an astronaut, build your own spaceship and make moon sand are just some of the fun activities planned for this week. Get ready for some oooey and gooey fun!
Week 5 July 10-14 Nobody will stay dry this week at Camp as we all get soaked from head to toe! Take your turn on the giant slip and slide or return a serve in water balloon volleyball…..whatever you participate in, we guarantee you won’t stay dry! Later in the week we will catch a wave over to the Resch Aquatic Center* to enjoy some more water fun.
Week 9 August 7-11 Do you have what it takes to be a champion? We think you do! Join us this week for the official Kids Camp Olympics! Compete in tug of war, gaga, potato sack races and noodle toss just to mention a few of the competitions offered this week. We’ll all strive for our personal best, because we are all winners at Kids Camp!
HOT SHOTS Week 6 July 17-21 Take your best shot everyone! This week will be filled with fun group and individual challenges. Join us for egg toss, cheeto face, archery challenge, obstacle course, lawn games and Camp capture the flag just to mention a few. A trip to Duck Creek Miniature Golf Course* will challenge your golfing skills too! Did anyone yell Fore?
KARATE KID Week 7 July 24-28 Are you ready to learn some new kicks and punches? Kim’s Tae Kwon Do will provide the professional instruction this week, as you learn the basic skills of Tae Kwon Do. Parents can join us on Friday to see all that we have learned at our official Parent Show. Get ready for a kickin’ good time!
DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE Week 8 July 31-August 4 Do you ever wonder what lives in the woods or your very own backyard? Creatures big and small are everywhere! This week we will explore nature and all its living species. Make your own bird feeder, dirt cup dessert or ants on a log. Go on a nature scavenger hunt or play predator prey. We’ll take a hike to Barkhausen Nature Preserve* to see what lives in their woods and ponds later in the week.
I GOT SPIRIT YES I DO, I GOT SPIRIT HOW ‘BOUT YOU? Week 10 August 14-18 Join us for a week where each day celebrates something new and exciting! Every day will have a brand new theme and activities to go along with it. One day we will celebrate Platy’s (Kids Camp mascot) birthday with a carnival and bounce house. Another day we will celebrate our favorite sports team -which of course is the Green Bay Packers! On this day we will take a trip to Lambeau Field* to show off our team spirit.
MOOVIN’ AND GROOVIN’ Week 11 August 21-25 It’s time to move and groove back into the school year, but not before we celebrate all the fun we had at Kids Camp this summer! This week will offer all of Kids Camp favorites- games to crafts. We will even roll down to the Rola Rena* to show off our moves and skills on our wheels. Remember it is not goodbye, but see you next summer at Kids Camp!
*Note: Field trips are subject to change based on weather and availability.
ages 11-17 Members: $100* General Public: $115* *Week 4 is discounted, please see below
Offered weeks 1-11 for youth ages 11 and up
JUNIOR COUNSELOR Offered weeks 1-11 for youth ages 11 and up Spend a week learning leadership skills and techniques to last a lifetime. During your week as a JC, you will have the opportunity to work side by side with our counselors. Your journey in the JC program will include how to lead a group of campers, teach arts & crafts and games, and how to work in a group with your fellow JCs. If you decide to join us for more than one week of the program, youâ€™ll build upon your leadership skills by taking on a more active role and work side by side with our counselors. Members ............................................ $103 (week 4: $62)
General Public .................................. $118 (week 4: $72) *Junior Counselors are welcome to register for up to five weeks of the program.
SUMMER PHONE 920.825.7830 (May 1-Oct 31) WINTER PHONE 715.276.7116 (Nov 1-Apr 30) EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org ADDRESS YMCA Camp Wabansi 1242 Bayshore Road Brussels, WI 54204 WEBSITE www.campwabansi.org 18
YMCA Camp Wabansi is accredited by the American Camp Association. Learn more by visiting www.acacamps.org.
CAMP WABANSI To register, see page 30.
INTRODUCTION When your child tells you about their adventures at YMCA Camp Wabansi, youâ€™ll hear all about boating, swimming, singing camp songs, shooting bows and arrows, building campfires, creating art, close encounters with wildlife, playing sports, taking nature hikes, team-building, and endless fun. In fact, they are returning home with new skills, interests, character values, and amazing memories. When you snap a photo of your child being recognized by their own counselor at Family Night for the way they cared for a fellow camper, played with good sportsmanship, or acted as a role model for others, you will truly know the essence of the Camp Wabansi experience.
ABOUT CAMP WABANSI YMCA Camp Wabansi is a nationally accredited summer day camp that is owned and operated by the YMCA of Greater Green Bay. Summer Day Camps through the YMCA are an outstanding way to keep your child active and engaged throughout their summer break from school. Our staff focus on empowering youth with the core values of the YMCA; caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Travel to and from Green Bay is provided every day for campers attending YMCA Camp Wabansi.
ABOUT OUR STAFF At the heart of the Camp Wabansi experience is our team of enthusiastic and dedicated staff. Summer staff members are selected based on their proven abilities working with children and desire to support our mission of building strong kids of solid character. All staff members are at least 18 years old and undergo extensive interviewing, reference checks, and background checks. Pre-camp training includes outdoor skills, activity planning, managing group dynamics, safety training, and child development.
OUR LOCATION Located in Door County, Wisconsin, Camp Wabansi is just a short bus ride away from Green Bay. Camp is nestled in the woods on an incredible Lake Michigan waterfront and is equipped with modern restrooms. 20
Campers are placed into small groups with other campers of similar age and same gender. Campers bring their own bag lunches,an afternoon snack is provided. Some campers sign up with a friend, and there are plenty of opportunities to make lots of new friends. Various themes and specialty camps make the camp experience different every single week.
Included in your camp fee, the bus ride starts your camper’s day. The short ride goes really fast because the counselors are so fun! They have us singing songs, waking up cows, and laughing all the way to camp.
Week 1 No Camp Staff Training Week 2 June 19-23 Aloha Summer Week 3 June 26-30 Mysteries, Maps and Riddles Week 4 No Camp Fourth of July holiday Week 5 July 10-14 Carnival Week 6 July 17-21 Olympics Week 7 July 24-28 Star Wars Week 8 July 31-August 4 Green and Gold Week 9 August 7-11 Medieval Week 10* August 14-17* Superheroes *Week 10 is Monday-Thursday only. There is no Thursday overnight. 20% discount applies.
TRADITIONAL CAMP FEES first purchased each additional week week
West Side YMCA 8:00 am 4:40 pm Langlade School 7:45 am 4:40 pm East Side YMCA 8:15 am 4:15 pm You may drop off and/or pick up your child directly at camp if you choose.
Camp Drop Off
9:00 am 3:45 pm
BEFORE AND AFTER CAMP CARE $15 per child, per week of camp $15 per child, per week of camp is all it takes to send your camper to the YMCA’s Before and After Care program. It is offered at the West Side YMCA and Langlade School. Care begins at 7:00 AM and concludes at 6:00 PM. You may sign up for this care when you register for camp.
THURSDAY NIGHTS Thursday night is special at Camp Wabansi because parents, relatives, and friends are invited to join the fun! Campers and their guests enjoy a grilled hot dog dinner, meet the counselors, take a tour of camp, and laugh the evening away as campers take center stage to perform hilarious skits and songs. There’s bound to be some surprises, too - the staff may put together a skit of their own!
RETURN & SAVE Receive a 20% discount for each program you register for after your first. This applies to all of Camp Wabansi’s programs. Additional financial assistance is made available through contributions to the YMCA’s Annual Campaign. Please call Camp at 715 276 7116 for more information.
specialty camps ages 10-13 POTAWATOMI STATE PARK MOUNTAIN BIKING
Week 5 (July 10-14) Feeling adventurous? Visit the county park to play some disc golf, kayak the shores of the bay, and even spend a day exploring Potawatomi State Park on bikes. On Thursday night, pitch your tents and hang out around your own campfire at camp! first purchased each additional week week
Offered weeks 2 (June 19-23) and 7 (July 24-28) Horse lovers will spend two days at the ranch learning about good horsemanship and riding techniques. Learn what it takes to care for horses by grooming, saddling, and feeding them. Top off your time at the corral with individual ring lessons in the arena tailored to your ability level.
first purchased each additional week week
Offered weeks 3 (June 26-30), ZIPPIN’ ADVENTURE 8 (July 31-August 4), and 9 (August 7-11) Offered week 6 (July 17-21) Your tribe will be challenged with many Ready to Zip? “Zip Ready!” “Zipping” outdoor skills including fire-building, basic “Zip On!” first-aid, raft-building, and making shelters. Wondering what that is all about? That’s They will create some awesome meals over exactly what you’ll hear called out across the fire and their tribe and counselors will the beautiful Door County countryside camp out in Wabansi’s famous “Yabwe” just before you take the jump down the campsite and experience a special tribal zip line! We’re taking trips up to Door council ceremony. County Adventures for the thrill of a lifetime. Your camper will participate in a Do not hesistate to come twice! Survivor zip line excursion as well as kayaking and camp changes each session based on our other great camp activities. All activities counselors’ specialized knowledge and are conducted under the supervision of campers’ unique interests. certified zip line operators and adventure first purchased each additional guides.
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COUNSELOR IN TRAINING
Offered all sessions, ages 13 and up Take the first step to unlocking your leadership potential. Counselors in Training (CITs) will learn fundamental leadership qualities as they engage in counselor shadowing, team-building activities, and discover how the core values of honesty, caring, respect, and responsibility build great role models. CITs will be under the guidance of the Teen Leadership Director as they gain skills that they can truly take home with them. first purchased each additional week week
Offered all sessions, ages 16 & 17 After completing a session of CIT, teens looking to fully realize their leadership potential, the Assistant Counselor (AC) program is the final step in Camp Wabansi’s leadership progression. AC’s will plan and lead camp activities, assist in the Camp Store, act as a liaison for cabin groups, accompany special groups on out-of-camp trips, and work side by side with the Camp Wabansi counselors to learn what it takes to become a well-rounded staff member. AC’s are selected by application and interview. Space is limited. Applications are due by June 1st. Your teen can earn community service hours toward graduation and letters of reference will be written upon request. Please see our website to download the application: campwabansi.org
TELEPHONE 715.276.7116 EMAIL email@example.com ADDRESS YMCA Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya 12101 Y Camp Rd Suring, WI 54174 WEBSITE www.campunahliya.org
YMCA Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya is accredited by the American Camp Association. Learn more by visiting www.acacamps.org.
Owned and operated by the Greater Green Bay YMCA, Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya is located near Mountain, Wisconsin about 65 miles north of Green Bay. Nestled in the ChequamegonNicolet National Forest, camp is situated on 140 wooded acres with three bodies of water, newly-renovated facilities, and an abundance of nature.
The goal of YMCA Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya is to empower youth with the values of the YMCA through counselor relationships in the midst of exciting outdoor experiences. The values we teach cross all faiths and backgrounds; we empower kids to be caring, accept responsibility, show respect to others, and be honest. Our camp culture starts with well trained, loving, enthusiastic and dedicated staff. We are an ACA accredited camp. This endorsement assures our camp’s procedures and protocols are regularly reviewed. This review includes our staff’s vetting process and training process.
ABOUT OUR STAFF
At the heart of the Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya experience is our team of enthusiastic and dedicated staff. Summer staff members are selected based on their proven abilities working with children and desire to support our mission of building strong kids of solid character. All staff members are at least 18 years old and undergo extensive interviewing, reference checks, and background checks. The nice part is, we work above the standards. Each summer our counselors and managers go through over a week of training. These sessions include outdoor skills, activity planning, managing group dynamics, safety, training, and child development. They are ready and waiting for your camper to arrive. 28
4-DAY OVERNIGHT CAMP
Ages 7-10 This introductory program allows your new camper to experience the excitement of overnight camp from Sunday through Wednesday (three nights). Campers choose their morning activities, play allcamp games, spend time with their cabin group, visit the Camp Store, and enjoy open recreation times under the supervision of the camp staff. This program is a wonderful bridge from day camp to overnight camp.
6-DAY OVERNIGHT CAMP
Ages 8-14 Our classic overnight camp experience is full of traditions, activities, and adventure. Campers individually choose eight activities, based on their own interests, to participate in throughout the week during morning activity times. The rest of the day is spent building friendships with their cabin group, visiting the Camp Store, enjoying open recreation times, and participating in our theme of the week. Evening activities include all-camp games like Capture the Flag, skits, s’mores around the campfire, and a tent camping experience for our older campers.
EXTREME TEEN ADVENTURES
Ages 12-14 The perfect introduction to the world of high adventure outdoor recreation in America’s great Northwoods. Tailored for adventure seekers ages 12-14 and designed to grow your camper’s character. Each has a specific intensity level and run in one week durations. Whether your camper is a first timer or they are ready for the most physically demanding camps, we have a program that is great for your kid. These camps are specialized adventure programs that fill up fast! You’ll want to register as early as possible to secure your spot.
Ages 14-17 For our oldest and most seasoned campers. These trips are tailored for campers ages 14-17 and have a variety of intensity levels. Our experienced staff act as guides; facilitating high adventure with an emphasis on leadership and teamwork. These camps are two weeks in duration (except Da’ U.P. Mystery Tour) and offer a unique opportunity for campers to engage the wilderness like never before. These camps are specialized adventure programs that fill up fast! You’ll want to register as early as possible to secure your spot.
TEEN LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS
Ages 15-17 Our Teen Leadership Programs give your teen a chance to develop their skills working with campers, their team, and our staff of mentors. Designed for high school students, the CIT program concentrates on building the skills needed to be an effective counselor and youth mentor.
SUMMER 2017 DATES Week 2 Week 3 Week 4
June 18-23 June 25-30 No Camp*
Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10
July 9-14 July 16-21 July 23-28 July 30-August 4 August 6-11 August 13-18
*4th of July Holiday
Four-Day Sessions are offered Sunday-Wednesday during weeks 2, 3, and 10.
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SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION KAMP KERMIT (half-day camp) Online: www.greenbayymca.org Phone: 920.436.1200 In person at the East Side YMCA 1740 S. Huron Road, Green Bay KIDS CAMP (day camp) Online: www.greenbayymca.org Phone: 920.436.9570 In person at the West Side YMCA 601 Cardinal Lane, Howard CAMP WABANSI (day camp) Online: www.campwabansi.org Phone: 715.276.7116 920.825.7830 (after May 1st) CAMP U-NAH-LI-YA (overnight camp) Online: www.campunahliya.org Phone: 715.276.7116
DAY CAMP CANCELLATION / REFUND POLICY
A two-week written notice is required to cancel your child’s week of camp and receive any refund. If appropriate written notice is provided, you will receive a refund minus: Day Camp: $25 cancellation fee (per child/per week) Overnight Camp: $100 non-refundable deposit (per child/per session) Cancellations should be sent directly to the Camp Director. No refunds will be given with less than a two-week notice.
Health forms are required and must be submitted to camp at least 2 weeks prior to your child’s camp session. Find forms online at www.greenbayymca.org. The Wisconsin Department of Children and Families requires that each participant’s immunization history be on file at the site in case of emergency.
The fee for your first week of camp is due in full at the time of registration (overnight camp requires $100 deposit only). If you are registering for overnight camp or multiple weeks of day camp, you may choose to draft the remaining balance on June 1st, 2017 or in smaller increments each month (all fees must be paid prior to your camper’s session). You must arrange for automatic credit card or bank draft payment at the time of registration. YMCA membership is not required for participation.
Everybody belongs at Y Camp. The YMCA provides membership and program services to anyone regardless of their ability to pay. Financial assistance is made possible through a variety of grants, as well as through contributions to the YMCA’s Annual Campaign. Please contact the appropriate Camp Director or Camp Office for more information.
BE A POSITIVE ROLE MODEL! Under the guidance of an experienced Camp Counselor, teen leaders develop leadership skills, meet new friends experience the outdoors and touch the life of a child as they help lead campers in a variety of camp activities. Teen Leadership opportunities are available at each of our four YMCA Camp locations!
ALL CAMPS NOW REGISTERING FOR SUMMER 2017
235 N. Jefferson Street Green Bay, WI 54301-5181
Greater Green Bay YMCA
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Published on Jan 20, 2017
Summer camping for ages 4-17. Camp program information for Kamp Kermit, KIDS Camp, Camp Wabansi and Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya.