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Your summer adventure awaits. Kroc Center Hawaii is the vacation destination for kids grades K–6. This year, Fun in the Son has many different actionpacked day camps—making it easy to find the camp perfect for your child’s age or interests. Each week, designed with Christian values in mind, is full of swimming, games, crafts, field trips and more.

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7:30AM TO 5:30PM Monday–Friday A late fee of $1 per minute will be charged for every 1 minute a child remains at camp past 5:30pm.

Drop-off an hour early! New Early SONrise option, Mon–Fri, 6:30am, includes breakfast.

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REGISTRATION: Download a Day Camp application online at www.kroccenterhawaii.org/funintheson. Applications can also be picked up at the Kroc

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Membership Desk. Completed applications should be returned to the Membership Desk. PAYMENT: Payment must be made at time of registration. Only with payment is your child’s place reserved. Kroc Center Hawaii accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover and AMEX. APPLICATION: Incomplete applications will not be accepted and could result in a child being unable to attend camp until the application is complete. Payment and applications are only accepted at the Member Services Desk. LATE REGISTRATION: Application and payment is due to the Kroc Membership Desk no later than one week before the first day of your child’s camp. All late registrations are subject to a $10 late registration fee. Late registration will only be accepted if space is available. Space is limited! Sign-up early to guarantee a space for your child.

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SPECIALTY CAMPS

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WEEK 1: JUNE 2–6

MYSTERY WEEK

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JR. SWIMMERS CAMP

3–6

WEEK 2: JUNE 9–13

THE WILD, WILD WEST

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ART CAMP WK. 1

3–6

WEEK 3: JUNE 16–20

RE-IMAGINARIUM

K–6

ART CAMP WK. 2

3–6

WEEK 4: JUNE 23–27

PASSPORT, PLEASE!

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SPORTS CAMP WK. 1

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FUN & FITNESS

K–6

SPORTS CAMP WK. 2

3–6

IT’S A GAME SHOW WORLD

K–6

PERFORMING ARTS CAMP, WK 1

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WEEEK 7: JULY 14–18

OUT OF THIS WORLD

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PERFORMING ARTS CAMP, WK 2

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WEEK 8: JULY 21–25

OLYMPICS—FUN IN THE SON STYLE!

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MUSIC CAMP, WK 1

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PIRATES OF THE KROCCIBEAN

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MUSIC CAMP, WK 2

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ANYTHING GOES!

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PEE WEE SWIMMERS CAMP

K–2

WEEK 5: JUNE 30–JULY 3* (4-day camp, no camp, July 4)

WEEK 6: JULY 7–11

WEEK 9: JULY 28–AUG 1 WEEK 10: AUGUST 4-8

Camper must have completed Kindergarten for K–6 camps. Camper must have completed Grade 3 for 3–6 Camps.

* Four-day camp weeks (due to holidays) will be provided at a reduced prorated cost.


Traditional Day Camps Campers, grades K–6, will experience the best that Kroc Center Hawaii has to offer. These camps offer a variety of age-appropriate activities with changing weekly themes. Campers will be busy with activities like swimming, playing sports, making crafts, learning about science and nature, and much more! Campers will bond with their “cabin” mates, attend a daily “Fun In The Son J.A.M. (Jesus and Me) Chapel Time”, and will enjoy daily afternoon “campfire” sessions. Min. 20, Max. 80

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MYSTERY WEEK

FUN & FITNESS

WEEK 1: M–F, JUNE 2–6

WEEK 5: M-TH, JUNE 30–JULY 3*

Become a Secret Agent and help a gumshoe solve a mystery! Campers will search for clues throughout the week to help them figure out Whodunnit!

4-day camp, Closed Independence Day, July 4, prorated camp fee It’s a week packed with fun ways to be active and stay fit without even realizing it! Our staff, coaches and trainers will have you moving and grooving and learning new skills and tips to help you be active not only this week, but all summer long!

THE WILD, WILD WEST WEEK 2: M–F, JUNE 9–13

Howdy, y’all! Join us for an exciting time as we explore the Wild, Wild, West and become a cowboy or cowgirl for the week!

RE-IMAGINARIUM WEEK 3: M–F, JUNE 16–20

What can you create with just a bit of re-imagination? Invent your own toys, games and challenges using recycled products. It’s RE-al fun you won’t forget!

PASSPORT, PLEASE! WEEK 4: M–F, JUNE 23–27

Don’t forget your passport because we’ll be taking off for an international adventure! Explore different countries and cultures, and experience how boys and girls your age have fun all over the world.

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IT’S A GAME SHOW WORLD WEEK 6: M–F, JULY 7–11

Join us for a week full of “cabin” challenges – including Top Chef Kids, Survivor, Brother vs. Brother, and Minute to Win It!

OUT OF THIS WORLD WEEEK 7: M–F, JULY 14–18

Come along on a journey to outer space and discover a world beyond our atmosphere!


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OLYMPICS—FUN IN THE SON STYLE! WEEK 8: M–F, JULY 21–25

The Winter Olympic Games have ended, and it’s time to get ready for the summer games! Become a top athlete and challenge other “cabins” in our own Olympics—Fun in the Son Style! Let the Games Begin!

PIRATES OF THE KROCCIBEAN WEEK 9: M–F, JULY 28–AUGUST 1

Ahoy, Me Hearties! Heave ho and batten down the hatches! Get those sea legs ready because we’re going to sail the seven seas to find Captain Joe’s buried treasure!

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ANYTHING GOES! WEEK 10: M–F, AUGUST 4–8

It’s our favorite week filled with our favorite activities! We’re taking the best of the best from the last 9 weeks of camp and giving them a “hana hou”!

Minimum for each Kroc Fun in the Son Camp is 20 campers. If the minimum is not met, the camp may be cancelled.


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JR. SWIMMERS CAMP M–F, 5 DAYS, JUNE 2–6

Beat the heat in our Jr. Swimmers camp this summer! Campers will enjoy the morning Fun in the Son activities with the entire camp, and will break off after lunch for an afternoon dedicated to developing swimming skills. Our certified American Red Cross Instructors and Aides make swimming lessons at the Kroc Center fun! Students will learn about water safety and will develop both swimming skills and self-confidence through both classroom and swim instruction.

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SPORTS CAMP

ART CAMP M–F, 10 DAYS, JUNE 9–20

M–F, 9 DAYS, JUNE 23–JULY 3*

There is an artist in everyone, and at this camp, our instructors will help your child discover and develop their unique artistic abilities! Campers will enjoy the morning Fun in the Son activities with the entire camp, and will break off after lunch for an afternoon dedicated to Art. Classes offer fun and exciting lessons in drawing, painting, art history, sculpture in clay, and much more! Camp will culminate in an art exhibit created by the campers for their families to enjoy.

*No camp on Friday, July 4 (Independence Day)

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During these exciting two weeks, campers will not only improve their athleticism in a variety of sports, they will also develop friendships, respect, confidence, humility, and honor in an environment that emphasizes discipline, hard work, perseverance, and the pursuit of excellence in all that we do. Campers will enjoy the morning Fun in the Son activities with the entire camp, and will break off after lunch for an afternoon dedicated to sports.

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Specialty Camps

GR A 3– DE 6 S

GR A 3– DE 6 S

Just like our traditional day camps, Specialty Camps include activities like weekly swimming, crafts, games, lessons built on biblical and values based teaching, music and traditional sports. In addition, campers will receive specialty training, go on special field trips, and build new skills based on the theme. This is a perfect way to enjoy all the fun of summer while developing a particular passion or skill. Min. 8; Max. 25

PERFORMING ARTS CAMP

MUSIC CAMP

M–F, 10 DAYS, JULY 7–18

M–F, 10 DAYS, JULY 21–AUG 1

Join us for an adventurous two weeks this summer at our Fun in the Son Performing Arts Camp! Campers will enjoy the morning Fun in the Son activities with the entire camp, and will break off after lunch for an afternoon dedicated to the Performing Arts. At this camp, students will develop their skills in drama, dance, singing and the technical aspects of theater, as well as learn about teamwork, self-esteem, and commitment. Camp will culminate in a special performance for parents!

If your children are wild about music, this camp is for them! We have an exciting two-weeks planned for beginning to intermediate level musicians! Campers will enjoy the morning Fun in the Son activities with the entire camp, and will break off after lunch for an afternoon dedicated to musicianship. Classes include music theory, rhythm, ukulele, piano and choir. Camp will culminate in a recital for parents, showcasing the skills they learned!

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PEE WEE SWIMMERS CAMP M–F, 5 DAYS, AUGUST 4–8

“Just keep swimming, just keep swimming…” At our Pee Wee Swimmers Camp, we’ll help our campers find the Nemo in them! Campers will enjoy the morning Fun in the Son activities with the entire camp, and will break off after lunch for an afternoon full of fun water activities and learning sessions with both our camp staff and our certified American Red Cross Instructors and Aides.

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Important stuff for parents what to bring SACK LUNCH* TWO SNACKS* WATERBOTTLE* GYM SHOES SUNSCREEN* BACK PACK* BATHING SUIT AND TOWEL PROPER ACTIVE ATTIRE FUN IN THE SON T-SHIRT ON FIELD TRIP DAY (PROVIDED BY CAMP) *PLEASE LABEL PERSONAL ITEMS

de o c r e p cam nduct of co 1. Campers must stay with their age group and be accompanied by a counselor during all Camp activities. 2. Campers must remain with Camp staff members at all times unless checked-out by an authorized adult with photo I.D. 3. Camp attendees are expected to respect peers, The Kroc Center staff and the facility at all times. 4. The use of foul language, abusive actions, and inappropriate behavior is prohibited.

Parents: Please review complete camp rules and policies available online or at member services desk.

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ELECTRONICS TOYS CELL PHONES IPODS MONEY GAME SYSTEMS FLOTATION DEVICES CAMERAS (ALLOWED ON FIELD TRIP DAY) PEANUTS OR PEANUT BUTTER GUM

5. Alcohol and/or drugs are not allowed anywhere on the premises or at any location where Fun in the Son Day Camp is taking place. 6. Shirt and shoes must be worn in all areas outside of pools and sundeck. No swimwear or wet clothing is allowed outside of aquatic areas. Any logos or messages on clothing must be acceptable in a family setting. 7. Bicycles, roller blades, skateboards, scooters or pets (excluding service animals) will not be allowed inside the facility. 8. Kroc Center Hawaii staff reserves the right to dismiss a camper without a refund who does not meet behavior expectations.

WWW.KROCCENTERHAWAII.ORG | (808) 693–8381 | DAYCAMP@KROCCENTERHAWAII.ORG


2014 Fun in the Son Day Camp Brochure-Kroc Center Hawaii