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GRCMC to offer summer camps for teens

It's a fairly easy to find camps for grade schoolers but what do you do with those teenagers? Check out the summer camps we've created for Middle and High School students!
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To learn more:

To register call 459-4788

For further information contact:  Gretchen Vinnedge, 459.4788 ex 126 or [email protected]

/Lynn McKeown

It's a fairly easy to find camps for grade schoolers but what do you do with those teenagers?  Well now you have options for them too.  Check out the summer camps we've created for Middle and High School students:

CMC Summer Camps:
Each will accommodate 10-12 students.
Fees:  $75 for members $125 for non-members
Scholarships available a maximum of 4 per session

The Way I see It – Animation Camp
This week long stop-motion animation camp for 7th-12th graders will create animations that show the rest of us how they see the world.  Scholarships available.

The Legend Begins… - Animation Camp
This week long Stop-Motion Animation camp is for students in 5th-8th grade.  Aesop's Fables get an update as you create a modern version of a very old story.  Scholarships Available.

JAM Session – Audio Camp
In this 4 day music creation camp,  7th-12th graders will learn how to use Garage Band to create their own original music/sound tracks.  No previous composition/musical experience necessary.  Scholarships Available.

cMcTV – Video Camp
The week long music video camp for 7th-12 graders, will add the visuals to the audio element as they create a dynamic music video.  Scholarships available.

So this one time…- Video Camp
During this week long video camp, students will tell a story about their funniest vacation, craziest (most fun) relative, wild pet or anything else they might like to share.  Scholarships available.

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