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a camp providing care and activities for children during the daytime

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Thus, out of our original 482 search results, fewer than twenty programs offer a traditional day camp experience.
There are an estimated 10,000 sleepover and day camps nationwide, said Jeffrey Solomon, executive director of the National Camp Association.
In 2003, all of Courage's day camps were accredited by the same process.
When day camp staff were paid, 51 percent were more likely to return than voluntary staff.
The camps average 70 kids a day in the summer break day camp and 30 for the junior high camp, with a counselor for every eight to nine campers.
9th at the Coleman Country Day Camp in Merrick, when 25 to 40 inner city kids and their mentors take part in "Camp Feldman.
Day camp sessions are generally at least five days in length, but may be summer-long experiences.
The march and his "I Have a Dream" speech left an indelible mark on us and on the direction of our day camp.
The Chevy Chase Recreation Center near Glendale offers a Winter Day camp that will begin Monday and will run through the second week of January, from 7 a.
local children signed up for the traditional day camp, enjoying swimming, hiking and s'mores;
Day camp salaries and compensations show some notable differences from residential camps.
The camp counselors are all age 18 or older and have been picked from a core group of 80 parks and recreation employees to work in the day camp.
Beginning on Monday, July 21 regional high school girls enrolled in the BE&K Construction Day Camp will be turning the heat up as they build skills that could lead to a career in construction.
Kimmelman has been the program director of Tumbleweed Day Camp in Los Angeles, California, since 2006.