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SUMMER DAY CAMPS 2020 FOR PRESCHOOL - GRADE 11 MADISONAREAYMCA.ORG/CAMP


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We are gearing up for another wonderful summer at the Madison Area YMCA! Summer Camp is all about building friendships, having new experiences and creating life long memories. At Madison Area YMCA Summer Day Camps, we believe in the magic of summer and the depth of opportunities it can offer. We believe in providing a safe, energizing and fun environment where children and teens can be themselves and enjoy all that summer has to offer. We are so excited to announce the expansion of our traditional camp offerings at both our F.M. Kirby Children’s Center and Drew University! KidsQuest at Drew University now serves campers entering 1st to 2nd grade! We are also now serving campers entering kindergarten in our new KinderQuest Camp, an extension of KidsQuest Camp. We are so excited to give younger campers the traditional camp experience with a variety of fun and engaging activities. Also new this year at our F.M. Kirby Children’s Center, we are excited to introduce MiniQuest Camps. Our Learning Experience Camp is an academic-based camp that allows students to learn and grow through lessons in phonics, nature, music and more. Our Specialty Camps include skill-based theme weeks that allow campers to explore a variety of hobbies and interests each week. These camps serve campers entering kindergarten to 1st grade. And finally, for those little ones who are not quite ready for full day, we are pleased to offer a new preschool half-day camp as part of our MiniQuest Camps at our F.M. Kirby Children’s Center. Campers in our half-day program will also have the option to enroll in our extended care through our Kirby Center. From preschool through 11th grade, campers will have a great experience building character and independence through a variety of age-appropriate activities led by thoughtful, caring staff. Create, grow and explore this summer. Liz Kryznefski Quest Camp Director, MADISON AREA YMCA

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Things to Know MiniQuest Camps (Entering kindergarten - Grade 1) KidsQuest Camps (Entering kindergarten - Grade 5) SummerQuest (Entering Grade 6 - 10) L.I.T. Program (Entering Grade 9 - 11) Plan your Summer Camp For One, Camp For All: Financial Assistance Registration Guide

The Madison Area YMCA is a 501(c)(3) mission-driven nonprofit. The Y committed to strengthening the community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. At the Madison Area YMCA, we are dedicated to empowering young people to reach their full potential, improving individual and community well-being, and providing support and inspiring action in our communities. We believe everyone, regardless of age, income or background, should have the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Visit our website for more information about financial assistance or to make a donation: www.madisonareaymca.org.

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Locations MiniQuest Half Day, MiniQuest Learning Experience and MiniQuest Speciality camps are held at the F.M. Kirby Children’s Center of the Madison Area YMCA: 54 East Street in Madison. KinderQuest, KidsQuest, KidsQuest Speciality and Leader in Training camps are held at Drew University: 36 Madison Avenue in Madison. Camp SummerQuest, our teen travel camp, is off-site daily. Drop off/pick up for SummerQuest is at the Madison Area YMCA’s Family Center: 111 Kings Road in Madison. Quest Camps Last Taste of Summer I and II are also held at the Family Center.

The Best Staff The safety and care of your child is at the forefront of our minds as we carefully select our camp staff. At the Madison Area YMCA, our camp staff attends 40 hours of training and must successfully complete a rigorous background check and interview process. Training includes CPR, First Aid, AED, bullying prevention, child abuse prevention and bus safety. To supplement our highly-trained aquatics staff, many camp counselors are also American Red Cross certified lifeguards. Our counselors are dedicated to making this summer the best ever!

Field Trips and Y Events Each Madison Area YMCA Camp enjoys a variety of field trips and events throughout the course of the summer. Examples include Liberty Science Center, Funplex and the Turtleback Zoo. In some MiniQuest camp weeks, the field trips come to them, including fun events like a magician, puppets and more. For camp weeks that include a field trip or a Y event, the registration fee cannot be prorated if a camper chooses not to participate in the trip or event.

Registration Process Registration for all Madison Area YMCA day camps is also available online! Visit our website to register: www. madisonareaymca.org/camp. In-person registration is available at the Family Center. If registering in person, please complete one form per child. See page 14 for the registration form. Additional forms are available at both Centers or can be printed from our website. At the time of registration, a $50 non-refundable down payment is required for each week of camp enrolled, per child. Additional payment may be required. Please see website for payment schedule.

Multi-Week Discounts Discounts are available for multiple weeks of camp (3-5 weeks and 6-10 weeks). Discount rates will vary depending on the camp. The discount does not apply to Half-Day Camps, Leader in Training, Camp Add-Ons and Camp Deposits. Discount is per person, per transaction.

Español Para información en español para Quest Camps por favor comuníquese con Fran Roman al (973) 822-9622 ext. 3222, o por correo electrónico –froman@madisonymca.org

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Camp Add-Ons Lunch: With a tasty menu to choose from, campers can purchase their lunch each week for $37. Lunches are prepared on site at Drew and at the Kirby Center. Our lunch option includes a snack, main dish, side, dessert and milk. Campers must sign up for lunch at least two weeks prior to the camp week. A weekly email will be sent out with full menu options to choose from. Lunch is available for KinderQuest, KidsQuest and L.I.T. during weeks 1-8 and for MiniQuest during weeks 1-10. Campers in SummerQuest do not have the option to purchase lunch as an add-on. Options to purchase lunch on the trip will be posted in May on our Trip Calendar. Before- and After-Care: We offer before-care from 7-8:30AM for $25/week and after-care from 4:30-6PM for $25/ week. In these programs, campers start their morning with a choice of activity stations and wind down the day with games and activities with counselors. Available weeks 1-10. After-care is included in the price for SummerQuest. Return times are dependant on trips.

Health and Immunization Information All campers must have completed forms for emergency contacts and medical information (such as allergies or medications that may need to be administered during the camp day). All campers must also have a copy of their immunization records, even if this is not their first summer at a Madison Area YMCA camp. Upon registering for camp, you will receive an inviation from ePACT, our new online emergency network, where you can securely add, manage and share your child’s key health and emergency contact details with us. These forms must be completed and submitted BEFORE June 1, 2020 This information is vital to our staff to ensure the safest summer camp experience for your child.

Overnight Information: Camp SummerQuest Overnights are every three weeks this summer. Campers and staff participate in an overnight at a NJ State Park or at the Family Center. Campers sleep in tents based on gender identity and age, weather permitting. Dinner, breakfast and lunch is provided on overnights. Tents and cooking utensils are provided. Overnights are held indoors at the Madison Area YMCA’s Family Center during inclement weather. If a camper chooses not to participate in an overnight, parents must provide transportation to and from the campsite or Y. Camp fees are not prorated or refunded if a camper does not participate.

SAVE THE DATES PARENT INFORMATION SESSIONS

January 14: 5-6:30PM at the Family Center (111 Kings Road) January 15: 4:30-6PM at the F.M. Kirby Children’s Center (54 East Street)

REGISTRATION

January 21: 7:30PM for Madison Area Y members at the Family Center January 23: 7:30PM for all at the Family Center

OPEN HOUSE

February 26: 4-6PM at the Family Center March 18: 4-6PM at the F.M. Kirby Children’s Center

PARENT ORIENTATION

June 4: 7PM at DREW University (36 Madison Avenue)

FAMILY ICE CREAM SOCIALS (all are invited to both locations) July 8: 5:30-6PM at DREW University July 22: 5:30-6PM at the F.M. Kirby Children’s Center August 12: 5:30-6PM at the F.M. Kirby Children’s Center

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MINIQUEST LEARNING EXPERIENCE SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE (7-8:30AM Optional Before-Care) 8:45-9AM Morning Circle 9-9:45AM Science/Nature/Art 9:45-10AM Morning Snack 10-10:45AM Let’s Get Moving! 10:45-11:30AM Phonics & Music 11:30AM-12PM Playground 12PM Lunch 12:30-1PM Storytime 1-1:45PM Engineering and Math 2-3:30PM Swim (@ Family Center) 4:15PM Closing Circle (4:30-6PM Optional After-Care)

MINIQUEST HALF DAY NEW! 8:30AM-1:30PM For Preschool Available Weeks 1-10

MINIQUEST LEARNING EXPERIENCE NEW! 8:30AM-4:30PM For entering Kindergarten to Grade 1 Available Weeks 1-10

MiniQuest Half-Day Camp has all the fun and excitement of our MiniQuest Learning Experience in a half-day program. This camp is ideal for the aspiring camper who is eager to learn, play and grow. Children ages 3 to 4 will participate in a wide range of activities that include phonics, story time, dramatic play, nature and much more. Camp will conclude each day with our closing circle at 1:30PM, with reflections on Y Core values of Caring, Honest, Respect and Responsibility. Campers in halfday MiniQuest have the option to purchase after-care.

MiniQuest Learning Experience is for children entering Kindergarten to Grade 1 who are eager for extra summer academics in a fun setting. With activities including STEM projects, phonics, music, nature and more, campers will gain a wealth of knowledge to prepare them for the new school year. Campers will also get the opportunity for swim lessons* a few times each week and, throughout the summer, special activities such as field trips and Y events will take place.

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MINIQUEST: SPECIALTY CAMP NEW! 8:30AM-4:30PM For entering Kindergarten to Grade 1 Available Weeks 1-10 Campers participate in a variety of fun and educational activities based on the theme of the week that allow campers to explore a variety of hobbies and interests. Campers will also get the opportunity for swim lessons* a few times each week and, throughout the summer, special activities such as field trips and Y events will take place.

WEEKLY THEMES

Week 1: Let’s Get Growing This week campers will get excited about Nature! They will work in the Kirby greenhouse and learn about different seeds, make their own dirt and plant all kinds of foods and flowers. Week 2: Treasure Hunters Become a detective and unveil the mystery at your camp. Or put on your pirate captain’s hat to follow your map to the treasure. Participate in scavenger hunts and figure out the hidden codes to unlock the riddles. Every day is a mystery, and anything can happen! Week 3: Sports Fan! This week is all about sports and being active. Campers are given the opportunity to play a variety of sports such as soccer, basketball, and more, while also enjoying some favorite recreational games. Week 4: Around the World in 5 Days This week, we will voyage around the world and experience different cultures through games, songs and activities. Campers will be learn about the world and celebrate our differences this week! Week 5: Wild At Art Look closely and see the beauty that is all around us! Using nature as our tools, anything is possible with imagination. We’ll get creative this week with projects such as leaf rubbing art, kindness rocks, and pinecone crafts.

Week 6: Mad Science Bubble Bubble Toil and Trouble! This week we’ll run some awesome experiments, finding any reason to get messy. Week 7: Engineered For Fun Explore your architectural and engineering potential along with your creativity through a variety of introductory STEM based challenges. You’ll enjoy activities such as paper airplane construction, bridge building, LEGO building, and much more! Week 8: Let’s Get Cooking! With an ode to Good Eats, Americas Test Kitchen, Cupcake Wars and Iron Chef, we’ll don non celebrity personas and blissfully bake, cheerfully chop, and playfully pour our way through a combination of ingredients to delight anyone’s palette. We’ll also have a little friendly competition sure to inspire little chefs to new levels of edible (and even buildable) creations. Week 9: Y’s Got Talent This week with their friends, campers will create, plan, and design camp talent show. Participate in your own unique way, whether your talent is dancing or drawing, to singing or sporting, this is your week to shine. Week 10: Super Slimy Get ready for a wacky week of icky, sticky, silly stuff created by you! This isn’t for the light hearted; it goes way past a school science project! Come dressed to get dirty. We will make items such as gack, goop, glop and gump (and any other gooey words that we can think of)!

*There will be no swim weeks 9 and 10 due to annual pool maintenance. Water activities will be substituted.

MINIQUEST HALF DAY SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE (7-8:30AM 8:45-9AM 9-9:45AM 9:45-10:30AM 10:30AM 10:45-11AM

Optional Before-Care) Morning Circle Arts & Crafts Dramatic Play Morning Snack Table Top Choice

11:30AM-12:15PM 12:15-12:30PM 12:30-1:15PM 1:15-1:30PM (1:30-6PM

STEM/Phonics Story Time Active Play/Playground Closing Circle/Pick Up Optional After-Care)

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Week 1: Disney and Marvel Week 2: USA! Week 3: Time and Space Week 4: Halloween Week 5: Sports Fan Week 6: Pirates and Princesses Week 7: Rock N Roll Week 8: Happy Birthday Ook!

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KINDERQUEST SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE

KIDSQUEST SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE

8:45-9AM 9-10AM 10-11AM 11-11:20AM 11:20AM 12:30-1:30PM 1:45-2PM 2-3PM 3-4PM 4-4:30PM

8:45-9AM Morning Meeting 9-10AM Team Building 10-10:45AM STEM 10:45-11:10AM Summer Readers 11:30AM-12:30PM Swim 12:45PM Lunch 1:30-2PM Free Play 2-3PM Campers Choice 3-4PM Active Play 4-4:30PM Closing Meeting

Morning Meeting Team Building Crafts Story Time Lunch Swim Afternoon Snack Fun & Games STEM Closing Meeting

KINDERQUEST NEW! 8:30AM-4:30PM For entering Kindergarten Available Weeks 1-8

KIDSQUEST 8:30AM-4:30PM For entering Grade 1-Grade 5 NEW! Available Weeks 1-8

KinderQuest is a traditional camp that allows campers the chance to develop new skills and discover their passions. KinderQuest Campers will feel like true members of the KidsQuest camp community as they take part in campwide activities, including theme days, a weekly field trip and teambuilding, while having a separate age-appropriate schedule. Campers will also gain confidence in swimming through their participation in swim lessons.*

KidsQuest is a traditional outdoor camp that keeps campers engaged all day long. In small, age-based groups, campers learn the Y’s Four Core Values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility. Campers build confidence, learn new skills and develop friendships through daily activities including STEM, teambuilding, traditional and non-traditional sports, as well as camp-wide theme days. Each Friday, KidsQuest embarks on a fun and exciting field trip.** Campers will also gain confidence in swimming through their participation in swim lessons.*

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* In the event of a pool closure, water activities will be substituted. **There is no alternative option for campers who do not wish to attend the field trip on Fridays.


KIDSQUEST: SPECIALTY CAMP NEW! 8:30AM-4:30PM For entering Grade 2-Grade 5 Campers will spend half their day learning and developing their skills in our fun and exciting Sports Camp options. The second half of their day will include traditional camp games with KidsQuest until 4:30pm. Campers will also participate in the weekly trip each Friday and participate in free swim twice a week.

BASKETBALL CAMP

Week 2: Varsity Grades 4-5 Week 7: JV Grades 2-3 Who will be crowned champion? In this one week basketball camp with Coach Aaron, players of all skill levels will perform offensive and defensive drills geared towards making them a better all-around player while participating in healthy competition. After the first day of camp, players will be placed on a team and play games against each other. The final day of camp is the playoffs and only one team will be crowned champion of the week! Camp includes a Madison Area YMCA basketball jersey!

SOCCER CAMP

Week 4: JV Grades 2-3 Week 8: Varsity Grades 4-5 Learn to love the game of soccer using fundamental learning, teambuilding, and skill enhancing activities. In a non-competitive format, each day we will practice skills and put them to the test during mini game play.

FLAG FOOTBALL

Week 6: Varsity 3-5 Catch, Pass, and Punt your way with Flag Football! Enjoy our explosive minicamp where campers will develop their football skills. In a non-competitive format, each day we will practice skills and put them to the test during mini game play.

GIRLS ON THE RUN

Week 5: JV Grades 3-5 Camp GOTR combines the best of Girls on the Run with all the fun of camp! During this one-week-long session, girls will build friendships in a fun and inclusive setting that includes interactive games, being physically active, and expressing creativity through art & crafts and storytelling. Led by caring and qualified Girls on the Run coaches, Camp GOTR provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity for all girls to develop self-confidence, learn life skills they can use now and as they grow, and have fun with friends.

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OF S K E WE 2 T LAS E H OR T F G HIN T E SOM R O GF N QUEST CAMPS LAST TASTE OF SUMMER I AND II NEW! I K LOO 8:30AM-4:30PM @ Madison Area YMCA Family Center For entering K-Grade 5

Campers will have a great experience the last 2 weeks of the summer. Campers will head to a different site each day, both on foot and by bus! We will explore fun attractions and have fun playing traditional camp activities during field days. Trips include Dodge field, Hikes, Local state parks, Funplex, and more.**

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SUMMERQUEST 8:30AM-4:30PM* Grade 6-Grade 10 Available Weeks 1-9 SummerQuest is a teen travel camp that provides lasting memories and experiences. SummerQuest is designed to promote positive developmental growth in teens. We encourage decision-making, social responsibility and independence all summer long. Each themed week will give campers a taste of the best things that summer has to offer and also allows them to try something new. Campers will hike, paddle, raft and swim throughout the summer. With three overnight camping trips built into the summer schedule, campers will also learn team-building skills, practice independence and learn about outdoor camping. Campers will depart each day approx. 8:45AM. *Return times will vary each trip. We will inform you on return times each day through ePACT. There is no alternative option for campers who arrive after bus departure or chose not to attend any scheduled field trips.

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THEME WEEKS Week 1: Fun and Games There’s no better way to start camp than to get active! This week we will bring the ‘fun’ by traveling to new locations, and bring the ‘game’ by challenging our friends in activities. This is a great start for new friendships and healthy competition. Week 2: It’s a Garden State Thing! We’re from New Jersey, so why not check out some cool spots where we live. Maybe we will find some places we never even knew existed! Week 3: Down by the River This is an action packed week of hanging on the river. Hopefully your arms don’t get tired because we will be doing some major paddling! If you’ve never tried water sports, you sure are in for an adventure. There will be an overnight at Stokes State Forest this week. Week 4: Take Me to the Jersey Shore Who’s ready to ride some waves and hangout on the boardwalk! This entire week we will be visiting a different beach in New Jersey! Get ready to relax under the sun and build sand castles. Week 5: Create, Grow, Explore! It’s hard to step out of your comfort zone, but this is what this whole week is about! There’s no better way to face your fears than with friends. Who knows maybe you will try something you end up loving, like going on a roller coaster for the first time or swimming!

Week 6: Meet Me on the River This is the second week of river fun. If you weren’t here the first week you can expect some fun in the river and even the mountains! We will hike, paddle and swim. There will be an overnight at Stokes State Forest this week. Week 7: Adventure Time! Let’s get ready for some high pace speed! Whether we’re visiting an amusement park or getting competitive in some fun games, this week provides your summer with extra fun and maybe even stepping out of your comfort zone. Week 8: Let’s Get Some Vitamin Sea! Who doesn’t love the beach? We are lucky because we get two whole weeks’ worth! There’s nothing like getting some ice cream from the boardwalk and sitting on your towel and enjoying the waves. Get ready to visit a different beach every single day. Week 9: Ook’s Color War Challenge Get ready for a week-long COLOR WAR! Teamwork and the Y’s Four Core Values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility bring you and your team to victory in a week of competitive games, challenges and adventures. There will be a double overnight this week at Fairview Lakes YMCA. OVERNIGHT INFORMATION SummerQuest will participate in overnights every three weeks during the summer and a double overnight the last week of camp. If a camper chooses not to participate in an overnight, parents must provide transportation to and from the overnight location. Please note this will not be an option for the double overnight. Camp fees will not be prorated or refunded if a camper chooses not to participate.

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LEADER IN TRAINING (L.I.T) 8:30AM-4:30PM Grade 9-Grade 11 Available Weeks 1-8 Through teambuilding, impactful community service projects and staff-led mentoring, our Leader in Training program will leave teens feeling fulfilled and confident by the end of the summer. Spending some of their session volunteering within the community and the rest of their time assisting on-site with KidsQuest campers and counselors, teens enjoy experiences designed to teach about important life skills such as communication, decision-making, conflict resolution and career readiness. Leaders learn responsibility and gain independence this summer. They will receive valuable leadership training and feedback. L.I.T.’s are invited to accompany KidsQuest campers on their field trips on Fridays. *There is no alternative option for campers who do not wish to attend the field trip on Fridays.

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CAMP PLANNER 2020 Camper Name

WEEK 1

BY WEEK AND LOCATION WEEK 2

June 22-June 26 June 29-July 3*

WEEK 3 July 13-July 17

WEEK 4 July 20-July 24

WEEK 5 July 27-July 31

WEEK 6 Aug 3-Aug 7

WEEK 7

Parent/Guardian Signature

July 6-July 10

WEEK 8

WEEK 9

WEEK 10

Aug 10-Aug 14 Aug 17-Aug 21 Aug 24-Aug 29*

Session 4 (August 3 - August 14)

Extra Week at Family Center!

$430member $344: member $460 non-member $368: non-member

Extra Week at Family Center!

MINIQUEST AT THE F.M. KIRBY CHILDREN’S CENTER No camp July 3 & Aug 28 (*$200 members/224non-member) (**$344 members/368 non-member) (***$384 member/$408non-member) MINIQUEST HALF DAY (PRESCHOOL) $250 member/$280 non-member* MINIQUEST LEARNING EXPERIENCE (K-GRADE 1) $430member/$460 non-member** MINIQUEST SPECIALITY CAMP (K-GRADE 1) $480member/$540 non-member See p. 6 for weekly specials. ***

KIDSQUEST CAMPS AT DREW UNIVERSITY: ENTERING K-GRADE 5 KINDERQUEST (KINDERGARTEN) $430 member/$460 non-member* KIDSQUEST (GRADE 1-5) $430 member/$460 non-member* KIDSQUEST SPECIALTY CAMP: Varsity Basketball (Gr 4-5) $500 member/$530 non-member KIDSQUEST SPECIALTY CAMP: JV Basketball (Gr 2-3) $500 member/$530 non-member KIDSQUEST SPECIALTY CAMP: Varsity Soccer (Gr 4-5) $480 member/$510 non-member KIDSQUEST SPECIALTY CAMP: JV Soccer(Gr 2-3) $480 member/$510 non-member KIDSQUEST SPECIALTY CAMP: Varsity Flag Football (Gr 3-5) $480 member/$510 non-member KIDSQUEST SPECIALTY CAMP: Camp Girls on the Runl (Gr 3-5) $500 member/$530 non-member QUEST CAMPS LAST TASTE OF SUMMER I and II (K-Gr 5)

Session 2 (July 6 - July 17)

Session 3 (July 20 - July 31)

CAMP SUMMERQUEST AT THE FAMILY CENTER: ENTERING GRADE 6-10 ($520 member/$550 non-member). SUMMERQUEST See P. 10 for weekly themes

Session 1 (June 22 - July 3)

LEADER IN TRAINING (L.I.T.): ENTERING GRADE 9-11 ($380: member, $410: non-member) LEADER IN TRAINING

LUNCH $37/wk

CAMP ADD-ONS

BEFORE-CARE AFTER-CARE 7-8:30AM 4:30-6PM $25/wk $25/wk

4:30-6PM

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

7-8:30AM

4:30-6PM

BEFORE-CARE AFTER-CARE

7-8:30AM

4:30-6PM

BEFORE-CARE AFTER-CARE

7-8:30AM

BEFORE-CARE AFTER-CARE


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The Madison Area YMCA can only provide this help through generous donations and special events such as our Annual Golf Classic. This event, held in June each year, helps to make our financial assistance program a reality offering assistance to everyone in need. For more information on the Annual Golf Classic and other ways to give, please visit: www.madisonareaymca.org/giving.

The Madison Area YMCA is a 501(c)(3) mission-driven nonprofit, committed to providing help to families who may not be able to afford the full price of camp. At the Y, we believe that every child should be able to enjoy the best summer camp experience possible. Financial assistance is available to families who qualify. However, spaces are limited. To be considered, families must submit required paperwork before completing camp registration. Assistance is available to anyone who resides or works within the Madison Area YMCA’s service area that can provide proof of financial need whether it is due to low income, recent unemployment or downsizing, disability, divorce, etc. Special circumstances and expenses may also be taken into consideration when determining an award. We ask that everyone pay a percentage of the total cost. Applicants who live outside our service area must first apply for camp assistance at the YMCA that serves their area. If denied, then the Madison Area YMCA will consider your application. (Proof of prior denial is required.)

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REGISTRATION FORM:

Registration available online for all Madison Area YMCA day camps! Visit: www.madisonareaymca.org/camp

ONE PER CAMPER

2020 MADISON AREA YMCA DAY CAMPS CAMPER NAME MINIQUEST CAMPS *No Camp July 3 & Aug 28

MiniQuest Half Day Member Non-member

GENDER Week 1 June 22-26

Week 2 Jun 29-Jul 3*

Week 3 July 6-10

Week 4 July 13-17

Week 5 July 20-24

Week 6 July 27-31

$250

$200

$250

$250

$250

$250

$280

$224

$280

$280

$280

Week 7 Aug 3-7

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F

BEFORE & AFTER CARE

Week 8 Aug 10-14

Week 9 Aug 17-21

Week 10 Aug 24-29*

$250

$250

$250

$200

$25

$280

$280

$280

$280

$224

$25

BEFORE CARE

LUNCH

$170

$37

$200

$37

(1:30-6PM) (1:30-6PM)

MiniQuest Learning Experience Member Non-member

$430

$344

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$344

$25

$25

$37

$460

$368

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$368

$25

$25

$37

MiniQuest Specialty Camps Member Non-member

$480

$384

$480

$480

$480

$480

$480

$480

$480

$384

$25

$25

$37

$510

$408

$510

$510

$510

$510

$510

$510

$510

$408

$25

$25

$37

KIDSQUEST CAMPS KinderQuest Member Non-member

@Family Center! @Family Center!

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$344

$25

$25

$37

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$368

$25

$25

$37

KidsQuest Member

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$430

$344

$25

$25

$37

Non-member

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$460

$368

$25

$25

$37

$25

$25

$37

$25

$25

$37

KidsQuest Specialty Camps Member Non-member

SUMMERQUEST

TOTAL

AFTER CARE

$500

$480

Varsity Bball

JV Soccer

$510

$530

$500 GOTR

$480 V. Flag Football

$530

$510

$500 JV Bball

$530

$480 Varsity Soccer

$510

Member Non-member

$520

$520

$520

$520

$520

$520

$520

$520

$520

$25

$550

$550

$550

$550

$550

$550

$550

$550

$550

$25

LEADER IN TRAINING

SESSION 1

SESSION 2

SESSION 3

SESSION 4

Member

$380

$380

$380

$380

$37

Non-member

$410

$410

$410

$410

$37

HOW TO REGISTER

REGISTER EARLY, SPACE IS LIMITED! ONLINE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE. •

Registration for all Madison Area YMCA day camps is available online. Visit our website on a desktop or laptop to register: www.madisonareaymca.org/camp.

In-person registration is available only at the Family Center. If registering in person, please complete one form per child. Additional forms are available or can be printed from our website. Fill out the registration packet in its entirety prior to registration. Incomplete forms cannot be accepted and you will be asked to return to enroll once complete. If you have any questions or need assistance with filling out your camp form, please contact our Camp Director at QuestCamps@madisonymca.org to schedule an appointment prior to registering.

Registering for more than one week of Quest Camps? You may be eligible to receive our special rate! Check out our multi-week rate online today.

All payment methods are accepted online or in person.

Any outstanding Madison Area YMCA membership, program, tuition, child care and all other fees must be paid in full to register for camp.

At the time of registration, a $50 non-refundable down payment is required for each week of camp enrolled, per child. Additional payment may be required. Please see website for payment schedule.

Space at camp is limited and processed in a first come, first served basis.

Registration must be paid in full two weeks prior to each scheduled week of camp.

Financial assistance may be available. Please contact Fran Roman at froman@madisonymca.org or call 973-822-9622 ext. 3222.

PAYMENT INFORMATION •

For your convenience, weekly automatic payments are processed through a credit card, debit card or checking account, beginning June 8 through August 10, 2020. Visit the Camp Overview page on our website to see the full Payment Schedule. If registering after these dates, payment is due in full at time of registration.

A $50 non-refundable down payment is required at registration for each week of camp enrolled, per child. (Additional payment may be required if registering after a week’s balance due date.)

Slot in the camp program is subject to forfeiture if payment is delayed.

Please contact Fran Roman at froman@madisonymca.org or by calling 973-822-9622 ext. 3222 if a third party (NJDCF or other) will be paying for all or part of your child’s camp enrollment.

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CREATE. GROW. EXPLORE. MADISON AREA YMCA madisonareaymca.org/camp Family Center

111 Kings Road Madison, NJ 07940 973.822.YMCA (9622)

F.M. Kirby Children’s Center 54 East Street Madison, NJ 07940 973.377.4945

Project Community Pride 973.845.6480

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Madison Area YMCA Camp Guide 2020  

Madison Area YMCA Camp Guide 2020