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NW-SCC presents Kids in College day camp

The Northwest-Shoals Community College Child Development Center will be presenting the 2010 Kids in College “As Green as it Gets” summer camp June 28 through July 2.

The camp is open to children entering grades 1st through 6th in the fall.

Steve Trash

Campers will be provided with quality learning experiences with highly qualified staff providing 45-minute hands-on sessions in the areas of music, creative arts, and physical education with the theme of promoting an eco-friendly environment. Healthy snacks will be provided daily as well.

During the camp, the children will enjoy music with Gary Nichols and an eco-friendly concert featuring nationally acclaimed magician/entertainer, Steve Trash, to conclude the camp’s activities.

Since 1984 Rockin’ Eco Hero, Steve Trash, has entertained over 20 million people with live ecological illusions, green magic tricks, and family-friendly funny stuff.

He’s appeared in live venues all over the world including Japan, Australia and Canada.

He’s even performed his green magic above the Arctic Circle. Integrating his eco-themes with world class magic, he’s considered by many to be the Worlds Greatest Green Entertainer.

Kids in College request that all children be dropped off and picked up at the Shoals campus Patriot Center (gym). Children are to arrive promptly at 8 a.m. so that the day’s events can start and conclude on time each day at noon.

The registration cost is $75 per child or $70 per child for families with two or more children participating.

Spaces are limited and early registration is encouraged.

For more information on the 2010 Kids in College summer camp, contact the NW-SCC Child Development Center at (256) 331-5245 or 331-5258.

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