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WOODWARD HAS 40 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE in setting the standard for gymnastics camps nationwide. We offer the best combination of gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling training and summer-camp fun anywhere! World-class training, state-of-the-art facilities, fantastic staff, and tons of recreation mean you’re going to have the best summer of your life!

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WHO CAN BE A CAMPER?

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If you are 7 years old or older and you love to have fun, you are eligible to attend Woodward West.

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4 What’s Camp Like 6 A Typical Fun-Filled Day 8 Women’s Gymnastics Program 10 Men’s Gymnastics Program 12 Cheer Program 14 T&T Program 15 Did You Know? 16 Facilities 22 Recreation 24 Visiting Teams 27 Visiting Coaches 28 Staff 30 VIPs 32 Registration 33 Application 35 Parent/Scholarships 28400 Stallion Springs Drive, Tehachapi, CA 93561 phone: 661 822 7900 fax: 661 822 7902 • email office@woodwardwest.com p g . 2 W WW.WOODWARDWES T.COM

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Beautiful Stallion Springs is situated in the Tehachapi Mountains at 4,000´ elevation, affording it perfect summer temperatures. Stallion Springs, California, is about 15 miles from Tehachapi and 2 hours north of Los Angeles. With rolling hills, high mountain peaks, ideal weather, and Woodward West’s 24,400-square-foot gym, this is summer camp like you’ve never seen! WW W. WO ODWA R DW E S T. CO M

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We dedicate ourselves to THE ULTIMATE SUMMER CAMP EXPERIENCE: lots of learning, providing great traditional summer camp fun, keeping campers safe, and ensuring that every camper has an unforgettable experience.

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You’ll live in clean, air-conditioned cabins themed after the Old West. There are bathrooms and showers in or adjacent to each cabin. Every cabin has a counselor in it, along with up to 14 of your new or old friends. For campers age 9 and under, see our “Youth Camp” section.

Belly Up at the Belly Union

There’s plenty of food to choose from at Woodward West. The Belly Union Cafeteria serves three hot meals per day with lots of options to please everyone (including vegans and vegetarians). The Ball Park Grill offers a daily selection of grilled foods for lunch and dinner. Every meal offers a combination of healthy selections and kid-friendly items. Campers from 43 states and 29 countries have attended Woodward West!

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The camp store offers Woodward West apparel, memorabilia, and incidentals like toothpaste and shampoo. The canteen offers a variety of snack food for purchase. Campers place spending money in their camp 2 against it for their purchases so they never have “bank account” and draw to carry cash.

Health and Wellness

Woodward West has a training room adjacent to our gym and a live-in trainer is on duty during every workout. A resident nurse lives in our well-equipped infirmary. CAMPERS MUST BE COVERED BY THEIR OWN 3 MEDICAL INSURANCE.

Youth Camp

Woodward West’s Youth Camp was created to assist our youngest campers adjust to camp life. Campers ages 7 to 9 (and often older) live with a “mini mom” (girls) or a “mini dad” (boys) and have an earlier bedtime (9:30 P.M.) so they get plenty of rest. All campers age 9 and under are 4 required to participate in our Youth Camp, however older friends may request to stay with them. Feel free to call us to discuss your child’s needs.

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WHAT’S CAMP LIKE? Each day at camp will be a little different, but this will give you an idea of what to expect (schedule subject to change):

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SCHEDULE 7:30 A.M. Rise and shine! Clean cabins 8:00–9:00 A.M. Breakfast 9:15–12:15 P.M. Morning Instruction 12:15–2:00 P.M. Lunch and recreation

Gymnastics All men’s and women’s Olympic events, trampoline,

3:00–5:00 P.M. Open Workout 3:30–6:30 P.M. Dinner and recreation

Trampoline & Tumbling Focused training for athletes who want to

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6:30–8:30 P.M. Evening Instruction 8:30–10:00 P.M. Recreation (campfire, ice cream social, talent show, etc.)

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A total of 7 hours of gym instruction is available every day!

(swimming, arts & crafts, photography, bowling, rock wall, etc.)

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10:00 P.M. Curfew* 11:00 P.M. Lights Out! *Our younger campers go to bed at 9:30; see “Youth Camp.”

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improve their trampoline, double mini, and tumbling skills. Offered weeks 5, 6, & 7.

Cheer Bring your team or come on your own; Woodward has the facilities and coaches to elevate your cheer skills to a whole new level. Our unique program utilizes tumbling and trampoline to teach acrobatic skills required by today’s cheerleaders. All people are welcome to attend our programs and use our facilities regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin, or disability. If you have a disability and feel that you will need assistance or if you would like further information, please call Joan at 661-822-7900.

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At Woodward West, campers improve their basic skills and pursue new goals, all while having a great time. Our exceptional staff, New-Skill Bell, and inspiration from Olympians, fill Woodward West with unrivaled 2 positive energy that helps campers reach new levels.

Woodward West is home to gymnasts of all levels: beginners, high school gymnasts, and competitive athletes. Through the use of progressions, spotting, foam pits, and resi-pits, coaches emphasize the improvement 3 the development of new skills and of basics and existing skills and campers’ goals. Campers’ skills are evaluated upon arrival at Woodward West so each gymnast can be placed in a class according to his or her gymnastics ability. Beyond mandatory, structured class time, additional open workout time is available every day for gymnasts to focus on specialized training. 4

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Offered All Summer! Cheer today requires proficiency in tumbling, flipping, aerial awareness, strength training, and flexibility. There’s no better place to learn all these skills than at Woodward West’s facility with all the equipment, energy, and instructors you need in one place! This is cheer camp like you’ve never seen: on-site housing, recreation, an unparalleled instruction program, and safety first! Bring your whole team or come on your own—it’ll be an experience you’ll never forget!

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TAP Program

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Campers who sign up for Tumbling on additional weeks [1-4,8-11] will be training with the Cheer athletes

Thanks to the generous support of the Target® organization, we sponsor Target® awards for our Camper of the Week for both male and female gymnasts and cheer and tumbling campers. Winners receive the prestigious Target® “Bling Bling” medal and a giant pizza-sized cookie to share with their cabin.

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MEGA, San Rafael CA

Visiting Coaches: Rebecca Campbell and Cisco Gonzalez “Another great year at Woodward. It was our 7th year, and we will be back again in 2010. The facility, staff and accommodations are first rate.”

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special privileges afforded by our Visiting Team Program. Groups of 10 3 or more athletes can earn rebates and other benefits like being housed together and accumulating credit toward AAI equipment. Teams with 20 or more athletes receive a unique Woodward Team T-shirt, Team Banner, and a private Team party. Call (661-822-7900) or visit our Web site 4 (www.woodwardwest.com) to get more specific information on the benefits of coming to Woodward West with your whole team!

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Visiting coach: Katie Barta “This was my second year as a visiting coach and I brought 20 gymnasts. My gymnasts were given excellent instruction and we able to try many new “fun” skills and drills. They had a great camp experience swimming, rock climbing, bowling. We can’t wait to come back!”

For more information about this exciting and fun-filled program please email Linnea Campbell at Linnea@woodwardwest.com.

SCATS Diamond Elite, Chino CA Head Coach Jason Gatson

Gymfinity, Livermore CA

Visiting coach: Julianne Pienmental “Woodward West is by far the best gymnastics camp. My girls have so much fun and learn so much. We won’t go anywhere else!”

San Diego All-Stars, San Diego CA

Visiting Coach: Stacey Piatek “Woodward West is such a memorable experience for our gymnasts and our coaches! We look forward to our week each year and are never disappointed! The coaches are exceptional and the dynamic atmosphere is unmatched. We cannot wait for next year!!!” p g . 2 4 WWW.WOODWARDWES T.COM

Salinas Valley Gymnastics, Salinas CA

Visiting coach: Bekki Scullin “Woodward is a fantastic camp. Our team learns a lot, plays a lot, and begs to come back again. It has been a great learning experience for both coaches and gymnasts. See you next year!” WW W. WO ODWA R DW E S T. CO M

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an unparalleled educational opportunity to all coaches. Participants are offered daily clinics on skill development, progressions, teaching techniques, and spotting—and we will make every effort to honor requests for special clinics. Attendees can interact with their peers at special recreational activities. The Visiting Coaches Program is open to gymnastics, cheer, and tumbling coaches who enroll five or more athletes at Woodward West and must be 18 or older. This program is available to practicing coaches only. For more information, call 661-822-7900 or visit www.woodwardwest.com WW W. WO ODWA R DW E S T. CO M

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David Agajanian boys team coach at San Diego All-Stars Gymnastics Kiah Banfield student and athlete at Rutgers University, NJ Zane 1 Barrett counselor, coach, and competitive level 10 gymnast for 3 years Linnea Campbell Debi Barta head coach for Aerials Gymnastics, Redlands, CA Gym Director Sed Bassett academy coordinator at San Diego All-Stars Linnea always wanted to be a Woodward camper; she saw the Stephanie Bates coach and counselor advertisements in her gymnastics magazines as a gymnast. As soon as Michelle Beavers gymnast at Towson University, Towson, MD 2 she started coaching her own gymnastics team, she brought them to Daniel Bronnenberg head boys coach at San Diego All-Stars Gymnastics 2 Woodward West for a weekend train-away in 2005. Linnea hasn’t missed Carly Child coach at Galaxy Gymnastics, Sugarhouse, UT a summer at camp since she began working at Woodward as both a boys Todd Cooper, gymnastics program director at the JCC, La Jolla, CA and girls gymnastics coach and cabin counselor and will now be starting Tony Eusini team coach at Docksiders Gymnastics in Millersville, MD her third year as director. Linnea believes the most important part about Dana Felker coach and counselor camp is building relationships 3 with the campers to help them succeed, Sarah Flores developmental coach at Emerald City Gymnastics, Redmond, WA not only in the sport of gymnastics, but also in life. While Linnea plans on 3Danny Gram coach at Toby Wells YMCA, San Diego CA eventually continuing her education to become a teacher, she is happiest Aaron Graves head team coach at Gym Magic Gymnastics, Las Cruces NM now ensuring that every camper experiences the magic of summer camp Stephanie Guerrero dance instructor at Woodward West. Kelley Hennigan University of Denver competitive gymnast 4 Bud Langford 35 years coaching experience Andy Timm Gymnastics/Cheer/Equipment Director Woodward West 4Victoria Lark counselor At Arizona State University, Andy Timm competed on three national Alexa Leporati dance instructor championship teams and served as captain for two years. As a freshman, Kimmie Lisiak coach and counselor, current student at Notre Dame Andy started managing the equipment duties for the team and JD MacDonald head team coach at Athletics Unlimited, Anderson, CA GOS WITH * ARE THE ON eventually the state of Arizona. Subsequently, Andy worked for LO USA Sarena ES USMezzacappa ED MOST San Diego State cheerleader & coach at San Diego All-Stars Gymnastics and AAI at World Championships in Anaheim and managed Bogomil Michovsky head coach and director at Redwood Empire, Petaluma CA equipment for the T.J. Maxx Tour of Olympic Champions. He has been USA Kortni Nelson owner of A.I.M. Gymnastics, Moses Lake, WA Gymnastics equipment manager since 2005. Andy also worked at Aspire Travis Newman team coach at Extreme Gymnastics, Loomis, CA Kids Sports Center in Arizona as assistant head cheer coach and coached Kayla Northrup coach at Colorado West Gymnastics, Grand Junction, CO the boys’ and girls’ gymnastics teams. Andy served as meet director for Lori O’Dell team coach at Gymfinity, Livermore, CA the Pacific Coast Classic and directs and runs other meets as well. In 2009, Shamra Petrosky head team coach at Tumbleweeds Gymnastics, Minden, NV Andy married Joelle Farrar, who also works at Woodward West. Andy has been Stacey Piatek San Diego State cheerleaders and coach at San Diego All-Stars involved with Woodward since 2008 and is passionate about making every Kevin Riggle counselor camper’s experience a lifetime memory! Tracy Smith coach at Falcon Gymnastics, Seattle, WA Jamie Torrington coach at American Powerhouse, Rocklin CA Meagan Uriarte director at Impact Sports Center, Lodi CA CHECK OUT OUR OTHER LOCATIONS! Jose Vazquez coach at Toby Wells YMCA, San Diego CA Please contact them to request a free brochure: Woodward Camp in PA: 814-349-5633 Laura Vincent counselor

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Raj Bhavsar 2008 USA Men’s Olympic Bronze Medal Team, 2002 NCAA All-Around Champion, member of the 2001 and 2003 World Championship 4 Silver Medal Team

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Alicia Sacramone 2008 Olympics: 2nd team; 4th vault; 2008 US Olympic Trials: 1st vault; 5th beam; 5th floor; 2008 Visa Championships (US Nationals): 1st vault; 2nd floor; 3rd beam Sapronenko Latvia National Team Member; silver medal on vault at the LOGOS WITH * ARE THE ONES USEDYevgeny MOST 2004 Olympics

Geoff Corrigan 2005-2008 USOTC Men Resident Team, 2007 USA VISA Championship, 4th place Parallel Bars; 2006 USA VISA Championships, 4th place High Bar, 6th place All-Around

Jamie Dantzscher member of the 4th place U.S. team at the 2000 Olympics; UCLA Bruins gymnasts; 28 perfect 10s; All American Honors 15 times.

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Charlie Tamayo youngest member of the Cuban National Gymnastics Team; Two-time Olympic and three-time Pan AM Team Champion

Igor Vihrovs 2000 Latvian Team Olympic Gold

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2010 SESSIONS Session #1 June 6–12: $700 Session #2 June 13–19: $800 Session #3 June 20–26: $825 Session #4 June 27–July 3: $875 Session #5 July 4–10: $855 Session #6 July 11–17: $875 Session #7 July 18–24: $875 Session #8 July 25–July 31: $875 Session #9 August 1–7: $825 Session #10 August 8–14: $800 Session #11 August 15–21: $800

Payment Policy

Before April 1, 2010, personal checks or credit cards will be accepted as payment for all camp fees. Registration fees are due when you submit application form. The remainder of your balance is due April 1, 2010. After April 1, 2010, applications will still be accepted, but must be submitted with total session fees in the form of a money order, certified check, or credit card. (Do not send cash).

Gymnastics and Cheer OFFERED EVERY SESSION. T&T (Trampoline & Tumbling) Offered Sessions 5, 6 & 7.

Please note that all fees must be paid in U.S. currency via money order, certified check, or credit card (or personal check before April 1, 2010) drawn upon a U.S. bank located on U.S. soil. There is a charge of $30 for each bank wire and each returned check.

We suggest a two-week stay.

Refund Policy

Note: All sessions begin Sunday at 4:00 P.M. and end 9:00 A.M. Saturday. Special activities are scheduled for stayovers. Sunday Check-in: 12:00–3:00 P.M. * Deduct $50 for each additional week enrolled * Deduct $50 for each additional sibling enrolled Registration fee of $250 per session must accompany application. Session Fee minus Registration Fee = Balance due

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Cancellations within 30 days of arrival will not receive a refund.

E-mail address for updates and in-the-know information about Woodward West:

No deadline to register (provided space is available). Applications will be accepted until first day of desired session (provided space is available).

Parent: Camper: / Birthdate:

Age while at Woodward:

Sex: M

F

Training Program Desired (select only one): Gymnastics (all weeks)

Did you know that Woodward West is also the premier action sports summer camp in the West?! Call 661-822-7900 for a free brochure or visit woodwardwest.com for more information.

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Cheer (all weeks)

Enroll me in the Payment Plan: Yes

T&T (weeks 5, 6 & 7)

No

Did you attend Woodward last year? Yes

No

How did you hear about Woodward West? Coach

Woodward Rep

Inside Gymnastics

USAG Magazine

IG Magazine

Other

Register Online at woodwardwest.com!

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H E Y PA R E N T S !

Sessions you will attend (please check): # 1 6/6–6/12

# 2 6/13–6/19

# 3 6/20–6/26

# 7 7/18–7/24

# 8 7/25–7/31

# 9 8/1–8/7

# 4 6/27–7/3

# 5 7/4–7/10

# 10 8/8–8/14

# 6 7/11–7/17

# 11 8/15–8/21

Transportation Services

Please list a second choice in case your first choice is full: #1

#2

#3

#4

#5

#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

#11

Enclosed is my registration fee of $________ ($250 per week until April 1, 2010; full amount after April 1, 2010). Payment Type: Check/M.O.

Visa

MasterCard

Discover

Am Express

Expiration Date: Card Number: Cardholder’s name:

We welcome you to visit Woodward West prior to enrolling your child. Please call ahead to make sure we are on hand to greet you: 661-822-7900.

Security Code:

(Last Name)

(First Name)

Camp Parents

Cardholder’s Signature: ______________________________________________ Do you authorize Woodward West to charge your final payment to this credit card on April 1, 2010? Y

N

I have read and understand the refund policy (initials):

I hereby authorize the staff at Woodward West, LLC, to act for me according to their best judgment in any emergency requiring medical attention, and I hereby waive any and all claims for personal injury, illnesses and/or property damage that I may have against Woodward West,

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1 1 LLC, and its directors, officers, agents, employees, contractors, representatives and any volunteers in any way associated with Woodward West,

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Woodward West provides shuttle services to and from the following locations. If you are interested, please refer to our Transportation Request Form, available online (www.woodwardwest.com) or by calling our camp office (661-822-7900). If you would like to use our shuttle services, do not make airline, bus, or train reservations until you have reviewed this form thoroughly as there are restrictions that apply. Additional fees apply. Two-week advance notice required for guaranteed spot on shuttles. PLANE: Bakersfield (BFL); LAX (limited service); Tehachapi Municipal (private planes) TRAIN: Bakersfield BUS: Bakersfield, Tehachapi Southern and Northern California: We also have our own pick-ups in Los Angeles and Tracy.

LLC. I understand that participation in gymnastics, cheer, tumbling, trampoline, inline skating, skateboarding, BMX freestyle, mountain biking, acro, and all other camp activities involves motion, rotation, and height in a unique environment and as such carries with it the risk of injury. The Camp is not responsible for personal items that are lost, stolen or damaged. All medical expenses incurred will be the responsibility of the camper or the camper’s family. In lieu of medical certificate signed by a medical doctor, I have no knowledge of any physical or mental 2 in the camp program, as outlined in the camp brochure, which I have impairment that would be affected by the named camper’s participation read. I also expressly grant to the Camp and any third party authorized by the Camp the right to film, videotape, photograph, record the voice of and make any reproductions of the camper’s physical likeness and voice and the irrevocable right in perpetuity to use, display, and digitally enhance or alter in any manner, such likeness in any media now known or hereafter devised, including but not limited to the exhibition and/ or online use, broadcast, theatrically or on television, cable or radio, or any motion picture film, video tape, DVD, CD, or any published articles in which such likeness may be printed, used or incorporated, and in3 the advertising, exploiting and publicizing of the Camp, Camp products, licensed products, and all affiliated relationships.

Every summer many parents help out at Woodward West as nurses, drivers, and Youth Camp counselors. A parent’s motivation for coming to camp may vary: some are looking for a way to subsidize their child’s tuition; others may want to be close to a young child who may be leery about his or her first full week away from home. Complete job descriptions and an application are available at www.woodwardwest.com. Positions are competitive and submission of an application does not guarantee employment.

Scholarships

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Parent or Guardian (Signature) 1 WARNING! By the very nature of the activities, 1gymnastics, inline skating, skateboarding, BMX freestyle, mountain biking, and cheerleading all carry with them the risk of physical injury. No matter how careful the participants and instructors are, no matter how many spotters are used, no matter what height is used, no matter what safety equipment is worn or used, no matter what landing surface exists, risk cannot be 2 such as bruises and more serious injuries such as 2 eliminated. The risk or injury includes minor injuries broken bones, dislocations, and muscle pulls. The risk also includes catastrophic injuries such as permanent paralysis or even death from landings or falls on the back, neck, or head.

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The Woodward Camp Foundation was established to provide deserving children the opportunity to attend one of 2Woodward’s summer sports camps with the 2 assistance of scholarship aid. Scholarships are based on financial need and awarded for full and partial tuition. A scholarship application can be downloaded at 3 3 www.woodwardwest.com.

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2010 Woodward West Gym Brochure  

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