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4-H. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13   New Castle County Community Service . . . . . . . . 7

Blue Chip Football Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16                    Mid-Atlantic Ballet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Blue Hen Baseball & Softball Camps. . . . . . . . . . . 2                           Newark Day Nursery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

Blue Hen Field Hockey. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18                 Tatnall School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Blue Hen Lacrosse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9             The Pond . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Camp Arrowhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4              St. Mark’s Spartan Day & Sport Camps. . . . . . . . 21

Camp Montessori . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5             Sanford Day Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Camp Tockwogh/Tickwogh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22                         Tina Martin’s Basketball Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Candlelight Theater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20                West End Neighborhood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Caravel Day Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5                Wilmington Music School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Chemistry Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6              YMCA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Community Music School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Dave Henderson Basketball Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Delaware Aerospace Academy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
                                                                                                           BLUE HEN
Delaware Dance Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
                                                                                         baseball & softball camps
Delaware State Chamber of Commerce . . . . . . . 17                                     at the University of Delaware
Delaware Tech. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12                BASEBALL CAMPS
                                                                                        BOYS AGES 7~12
Educational Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22                    DATES:June 16-20, June 23-27
                                                                                              July 7-11, July 14-18 & July 21-25
                                                                                        HOURS: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. COST: $200 per week
Fair Hill Stables & Tailwinds Farm . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17                         BEFORE & AFTER CARE: $50

Franklin Institute Discovery Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . 10                             INSTRUCTIONAL HITTING CAMPS
                                                                                        BOYS AGES 13~H.S. SENIORS
Girl Scout Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22                  DATES:   July 7-11 & July 14-18
                                                                                        HOURS:    1:30 p.m.-3 p.m. COST: $150 per week

Hands on Heritage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5                  SOFTBALL CAMPS
                                                                                        GIRLS AGES 7~12
Independence School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11                      DATES:July 7-11 & July 14-18
                                                                                        HOURS: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.     COST: $200 per week
JCC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19        BEFORE & AFTER CARE: $50

                                                                                          To obtain more information visit our web site
Jui Jitsu Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13                               www.bluehenbaseballcamps.com
                                                University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

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  e           ach year at the

                beginning of spring,

            parents and youngsters begin

        planning for summer activities, including,

        of course, which camp (or camps) to attend.

        Today’s youngsters are able to select from a wide range of choices,

        and day and overnight camp experiences combine learning and fun.

        The University of Delaware hosts a large number of summer camps

        for youngsters, middle and high school students and college-age

        learners. Topics include mathematics, computing, music, and there is

        an opportunity to take college-level credit courses.
4   University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

    Summer of
       2003 @UD
                                                       FOR THE LATEST ON SUMMER CAMPS

                                      @ UD, VISIT        [www.udel.edu/camps] , OR
                                                                                                 CALL UD1-CAMP.
And for up-to the                        minute UD news and events,
           check out                      UDaily @ [www.udel.edu/udaily]

                        CA M P                                                                Tina
                       ARROWHEAD                                                          GIRLS’
CO-EDUCATIONAL - GRADES 3-11                                               at the University of Delaware
                                                               CAMP OBJECTIVES:
     ✹ 5 Sessions: June 22 - August 16 ✹                         • To teach and develop the fundamental basketball skills and
                                                                   enable every girl to increase her understanding of the game.
          ✹ Small Group Living ✹                                 • To improve each girl’s skills through individual instruction
          *De-Centralized camping                                • To provide competition, enabling each player to apply skills
                                                                   and techniques as they are learned
    ✹ Located on 160 acres of woodland ✹                         • To help develop each player’s attitude and philosophy about
                                                                   basketball and life through good sportsmanship and fair play
            next to Rehoboth Bay
                                                                 DATE: Session 1~June 16-20 & Session II~August 4-8
       ✹ Climbing wall and zip line ✹                            TIME: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (both sessions). Before and after care
     ✹ Open House April 6TH 2-4 p.m. ✹                         WHERE:
                                                                               available from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
                                                                               Delaware Field House and Bob Carpenter Center
                                                                WHO:           Individuals ages 8-17
     For additional information and a brochure,                 COST:          $175 full payment. Before and after care, $50 additional.

      contact the Registrar at 302-645-5348 or                CAMP INCLUDES FREE CAMP T-SHIRT, AWARDS & GUEST LECTURES
                                                                       FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT JEANINE RADICE
             ~ Summer staff positions available ~                        TEL: (302) 453-9659 • E-MAIL: radice@udel.edu
       for info contact the Director at 856-863-1043           This sports camp is independently run and not a University of Delaware sponsored program.
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                 ake it fun! That’s the secret to           professor of health and exercise sciences. His           game is very fast paced and body contact is
                 teaching sports to children.               lacrosse camp is attended by children 8 years            allowed in the boys game,” he said.
                                                            and older.

 M               UD coaches who conduct
                  summer sports camps have to
                   figure out how to communicate
                   the rules and regulations of their
  sport to people much younger than the adults
they normally coach.
                                                            “You’re always trying to make it dynamic and
                                                            interesting whether you’re teaching or coaching
                                                            young children or college students, but with the
                                                            younger groups it has to be more like fun than
                                                            work,” he said.
                                                                                                                     The summer camp games are sometimes played
                                                                                                                     with modified rules for the younger children. That
                                                                                                                     helps them learn the rules while playing to their
                                                                                                                     abilities, he said.
                                                                                                                     Shillinglaw encourages enthusiasm by everyone
                                                                                                                     even those on the sidelines. Someone scores a
The University plays host to 38 summer camps                When adults drill, they’re trying to develop skills in   goal and everyone jumps up and down, he said. If
each year, catering to children from 18 months to           a short period of time, Shillinglaw said, but with       they lose, they have to walk like a duck.
18 years old. The camps are run by University               younger kids, the drill becomes a game and it has
                                                                                                                     To make the games more enjoyable, teams are
faculty who apply their teaching and coaching               to be as much fun as possible. “The whole time
                                                                                                                     formed by grouping friends together, rather than
skills to adults for 10 months out of the year.             they’re playing, it’s like recess,” he said.
                                                                                                                     according to skill levels as with the older kids.
The sports camps can have participants as                   He said he never has a problem with boredom.
                                                                                                                     “One of the games we play to teach the younger
young as 7 years old and generally run from                 “My camps are pretty structured; there’s not much
                                                                                                                     kids hand and eye coordination using the lacrosse
early morning to mid and late afternoon.                    downtime and children are very creative. Give them
                                                                                                                     stick is trash ball. They’ve got to dunk the ball into
So, how do you teach games of rules and                     a sock with sand in it, and they’ll come up with a
                                                                                                                     one of two trash cans, while throwing and catching
specialized skills, to 8-year-olds for six to eight         game,” he said.
                                                                                                                     the ball and using all the skills in a regulation
hours a day and actually have them learn                    Lacrosse is played with a stick, something like a        lacrosse game,” Shillinglaw said.
something without getting bored or restless?                tennis racquet but with a basket where the flat
                                                                                                                     “I enjoy teaching them,” he said, “and the key to
Keep them entertained says lacrosse coach,                  strings would be. “There are certain mechanics to
                                                                                                                     keeping their attention is to keep them active.”
Robert Shillinglaw, who is an assistant                     throwing and catching with a lacrosse stick. The
                                                                                                                                                           ~BARBARA GARRISON

     for up-to-date informaton, check out [www.udel.edu/camps] or call 302 UD1-camp.

   (AGES 11-13) EACH WEEK BACK IN                                                                                                           Camp
                                                                                                                                                 ages 3-12
                                                                                                                                        Hands-on learning adventure
                                                                                                            ages 5-13                      and summer fun in a
                                                                                                                                          warm, imaginative and
   EVERY DAY IS A NEW ADVENTURE                     AT      CARAVEL ACADEMY                                                               supportive community.
                                                                                                                                           Music, cultural studies,
                                                      • Art • Computer • Swimming • Soccer • Gym Games                                     swimming, art, sports,
                                                      • Field Games • Baseball • Basketball • Field Trips                                    games, and more!
          OF-A-KIND CAMP.
                                                      • Nature Walks • Ultimate Frisbee • and more!                                      Traditional daycamp,C.I.T
                                                                                                                                        and specialty camp programs
                                                            J U N E 1 6 ~ A U G U ST 1 5
      • JUNE 23-27 • JULY 14-18 •                                      8:30 a.m. ~ 3 p.m.
           • AUGUST 4-8 •

                                                      Enroll for 3 or 5 days a week!
          (302) 577-5044                                          FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:                                               on the spacious campus
                                                                                                                                           of Wilmington Montessori
         VISIT CAMP ONLINE AT                           Steven Oliver tel: (610) 998-9511 e-mail: oliver@dol.net                      1400 Harvey Rd., North Wilmington
      WWW.STATE.DE.US/HERITAGE                              web site: www.caravel.org/SummerCamp.htm                                        (302)475-0555
Summer Analytical Chemistry Program
                              FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS & TEACHERS

                                     J U LY 7 - A U G U S T 1 5 , 2 0 0 3

DESCRIPTION                                                              Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey or Maryland are all eligible to
                                                                         apply. Students must be able to provide or obtain their own
A 6-week summer program sponsored jointly through the University of      transportation to the UD campus, or make their own local living
Delaware Chemistry and Biochemistry Department for a limited             arrangements. This program is not a residential program.
number of high school students and teachers.

The program will be taught on the campus of the University of            TIME
Delaware by Professor Thomas P. Beebe, Jr. and is supported in part by
                                                                         Monday, July 7-Friday, Aug. 15, 2003 from 8 a.m-12:30 p.m.
the prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

Students may elect to receive a grade for a 4-credit course at the       COST
University of Delaware (Chem 119 or Chem 220/221).
                                                                         $220 for program and related materials
CHEMISTRY?                                                               HISTORY

Analytical Chemistry is the foundation of all measurement sciences. A    This program is a new program for the University of Delaware, building
good analytical chemist understands how to make the best chemical        upon a successful 10-year history of a similar program at the University
measurement as well as the limitations of that measurement.              of Utah in Salt Lake City. Past students have gone on to successful
Analytical Chemistry has important impacts on forensics, genetics,       careers at the most prestigious colleges and universities, many winning
biotechnology, semiconductors, nanotechnology, medicine and many         lucrative scholarships.
other fields.
ACTIVITIES                                                               REQUIREMENTS

• Daily lectures                                                         • A completed application form (see web site listed below)
                                                                         • Three letters of recommendation
• Nightly homework assignments
• Homework review sessions led by high school teachers                   • A copy of the student’s transcript
• Daily laboratory exercises and experiments                             • Student’s AP test results in all subjects
• Field trips to companies and government agencies                       • A letter from the applicant’s parent or guardian, expressing their
                                                                         strong support for their child’s decision to participate, and their
ELIGIBILITY                                                              willingness to assist and support their child.
                                                                         • All materials must be postmarked by April 15, 2003 to the following
In order to provide close personal supervision, the program will be      address:
limited to approximately 20 high school students who have a serious
interest in chemistry. Students that want to spend part of 6 weeks of            PROF. THOMAS P. BEEBE, JR.
their summer in a challenging, productive and enriching experience are           UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE
encouraged to apply. All applicants must have taken, or be taking, AP            DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY
Chemistry, with an overall GPA of 3.0 or greater. Students from                  175 BROWN LAB, NEWARK, DE 19716

       To obtain an application or further information, please contact
Prof. Beebe @: 302 831.1888 or e mail: beebe@udel.edu or visit the web site
                                                                                                                                University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

                                                         Who: Children 3 through 41⁄2 years                        group rehearsals conducted by                                          Dates & Times: July 7-11~ 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  MUSIC CAMPS                                            Cost: $50 +$30 materials fee                              Robert Streckfuss. The weeklong                                        Registration: Enrollment is limited and
                                                         Dates & Times: June 23-27 ~ 9:45-                         program concludes with a concert at                                    subject to instrumentation needs. Call
Family Music for                                         10:15 a.m.                                                7:30 p.m., Friday, July 11, in Loudis                                  Tamara Smith at (302) 831-1548, send
                                                         Registration: Call Tamara Smith at                        Recital Hall.                                                          e-mail to [tll@udel.edu] or register
Toddlers & Adults                                        (302) 831-1548, send e-mail to                                                                                                   online at [www.music.udel.edu/public/cms].
                                                                                                                   Location: Amy E. du Pont Music
                                                         [tll@udel.edu] or register online at

      amily music brings the joy of                                                                                Building                                                               Sound Creations
      music and movement to the                          [www.music.udel.edu/public/cms].                          Who: Children from grades 9-12 who

      lives of very young children and                                                                             have been recommended by their                                                   ver heard of a hose-a-phone
their parents or other caregivers.                       Nature Trails                                             band directors or private teachers,                                              or a coffee-can-string-thing?
Daily classes, consisting of singing                                                                               as well as college-level musicians.                                              Learn what makes instruments

and other vocal activities, listening                           his camp encourages the                            Cost: $210, includes lunch ($20
and simple instrument playing, create                           child’s musical development                        registration required)                                                                   SEE CAMP LISTINGS ON PAGE 10
an environment in which the child’s                             through vocal and movement
musical instincts are nurtured and                       activities, listening games,
rudimentary musical skills are                           instrumental play and manipulative
developed. Materials include a CD,                       games. Drawing on the world of
songbook and a rhythm instrument.                        nature for thematic material, the
                                                         children will learn songs about fishing,
Location: Amy E. du Pont Music
Building                                                 willow trees and bluebirds and will
Who: Children 18 months to 3 years                       experiment with making the sounds
                                                         of crickets, frogs and mockingbirds.                                                                           710 N. Lincoln Street, Wilmington, Delaware 19805
with an adult
Cost: $50 +$30 materials fee                             In doing so, they will be acquiring                                                                            (302) 658-4171
Dates & Times: June 23-27 ~ 9-9:30                       rudimentary music skills such as pitch
a.m.                                                     matching, beat competency,                                      West End Neighborhood House offers a nine-                          Activities include recreational and instructional
Registration: Call Tamara Smith at                       instrument playing and ensemble                                 week summer camp experience designed for children                   swimming, developmentally appropriate educational
(302) 831-1548, send e-mail to                           development. Materials include CD,                              ages 5-12. West End’s camp takes full advantage                     games, computer labs, math and reading classes, arts
[tll@udel.edu] or register online at                                                                                     of the Child Development Center located at                          and crafts, ecology, pottery, cooking, gym sports,
                                                         cricket clicker, animal cards and
                                                                                                                         1725 W. 8th Street, our main building at 710 N. Lincoln             camping skills, ballet, drama, and special events and
[www.music.udel.edu/public/cms].                         parent’s booklet.                                               Street, and our Camp Wright location in Hockessin.                  day trips. Breakfast, lunch and snack are served daily.
Songs of the Summer                                      Location: Amy E. du Pont Music                                                                            ~ CAMP FEES ARE BASED ON A SLIDING SCALE ~

       ong of the Summer is                              Who: Children ages 41⁄2 through 6
      grounded in the concept that                       Cost: $100 +$30 materials fee
      children grow and develop as                       Dates & Times: June 25-29~10:30
whole human beings in a “doing”                          a.m.-12:30 p.m.
environment. This program takes a                        Registration: Call Tamara Smith at
sensory-motor approach to music                          (302) 831-1548, send e-mail to
education and includes singing                           [tll@udel.edu] or register online at
games, movement activities, patterns
to echo and opportunities for
playing instruments. Materials for                       Wind Ensemble Camp for
continued learning at home feature                       Brass, Percussion & Woodwinds
CD, handbook of all the songs,

                                                                 he daily schedule will include
stories, poems and listening games.
                                                                 musicianship classes, sectionals,
Location: Amy E. du Pont Music                                   master classes and two large

      SPORTS CAMPS                                                           RECREATIONAL CAMPS                                                               Details on these camps and other New Castle County recreation
      The Sports and Athletics section will be offering several week long,   Weekday morning, six week long camps, providing a broad                          programs can also be obtained by double clicking on Recreational
      1/2 day camps, in July and August for kids 7-18 years of age.          spectrum of experiences and adventures in sports, hiking, nature,                Activities at the county website [www.co.new-castle.de.us].
      Locations vary throughout New Castle County and activities will        safety, and local trips will be held for youth entering grades 1-6.
      include basketball, field hockey, football, soccer, volleyball and     Phone 395-5696 for details.
      softball. For further information on these camps contact the Sports    SAFETY TOWN
      office at 573-2043.                                                     A 1/2 day camp for preschoolers will be offered in two week
      VICTORIAN YOUTH CAMP                                                   segments in June, July and August at several schools in the New
      The Rockwood Museum will be hosting this week long camp from           Castle County area. Registrations will be accepted after April 3 for
      9a.m.-2:30 p.m. with activities to be held both on the park grounds    this activity. For information, call 395-5696.
      and inside the museum. For additional information, call 761-4340.                                                                                                      DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES

                        Summer 2003
Delaware Youth Orchestra
    & Ensemble Camp*
       for string, wind, brass & piano students ages 12–18
                                 *Placement audition may be required for camp.

        June 23-27
       9 a.m.-5 p.m.
The Wilmington Music School
                • Timothy Clinch, conductor •
• chamber music groups, orchestra & special sessions for pianists •
          • guest artists & coaches to be announced •

 Additional courses, private lessons & early childhood programs
               running throughout the summer.
             Call 302-762-1132 for information.

                                                 THE WILMINGTON MUSIC SCHOOL
                                    4101 Washington Street • Wilmington, DE 19802
                                       302-762-1132 • www.wilmingtonmusic.org

            These programs are made possible, in part, by grants from the National Endowment of the Arts, and the Delaware Division of the Arts,
                                          a state agency committed to promoting and supporting the arts in Delaware.
                                                                                                University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

                ending your child off       meat to peanut butter or even tuna
                 to camp with a bag         or chicken salad. Just remember to

 S                lunch? Following are
                   some ideas to
                    ensure that he or
                    she receives a
                     meal that is fun,
           healthful and safe to eat.
                                            pack with food safety in mind. If
                                            refrigeration is a problem, pack
                                            frozen sandwiches, or stick with
                                            peanut butter.
                                            To accompany the sandwich,
                                            consider adding raw veggies,
When putting together a lunch-to-go,        crackers, string cheese and whole
the first decision involves packaging.      fruit or fruit cut into different shapes.
Decide with your child whether you          These are fun foods that supply
want to use a brown bag, insulated          good nutrition.
bag or lunch box. A lunch box or
                                            Active kids usually need additional
insulated bag is easier to clean and
                                            calories, so unless your child is
it may keep food cool longer, but be
                                            overweight, it is OK to add low-fat
sure to wash it after every use. If a
                                            cereal bars, puddings, granola bars,
brown bag is the tote of choice, use
a new one every day.
                                            cookies and cakes, or even an                   @    The University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware
                                            occasional mini-candy bar. Freezing             “This sport camp is independently run and not a University of Delaware sponsored program.”
Anytime perishable food is left at          low-fat yogurt to use as an ice pack
room temperature for two hours or           provides a nutritious dessert.                                          3 SESSIONS AGES 8-18
more, there is risk of foodborne
                                            Some camps provide beverages that
illness. During the summer months,
lunches can spoil even more quickly
                                            have been kept cold, so you may                  JUNE 21-25 • JUNE 28-JULY 2 • JULY 6-10
                                            not need to pack anything to drink.
if left out in the heat. For this reason,                                                    NOVICE • INTERMEDIATE • ADVANCE INSTRUCTION
                                            If not, ideas for beverages include a
the use of an insulated bag or lunch
                                            thermos of lowfat milk, frozen juice
box can be beneficial. These allow
                                            boxes or canned fruit/ vegetable                  TOP INSTRUCTIONAL CAMP IN THE NATION
for the addition of small refreezable
ice packs to keep food cold.
                                            juice.                                                                                   also
                                            Adding bottled water in addition
Another idea is to freeze a juice box
or small plastic container of water to
                                            to these may not be a bad idea.                 “BATTLE OF THE HOT BEDS”
                                            During the hot weather, sweating
keep the lunch contents cold.
                                            causes loss of fluid and can lead                    REGIONAL BOYS TEAM COMPETITION CAMP
Assembling the meal the night before                                                        “This sport camp is independently run and not a University of Delaware sponsored program.”
                                            to a loss of important electrolytes.
and chilling it overnight also will help
                                            Water is the beverage of choice
to buy a little more time, since the
                                            to prevent dehydration, and as
                                                                                                   Regional teams competing against each other
foods will start out at a lower                                                                            at the University of Delaware
                                            mentioned earlier, frozen containers
                                            of water can even serve as an
Now comes the decision of what to
put inside. It is a good idea to let
                                            ice pack.                                                                      AUGUST 1-4
                                            Variety adds spice to life and also
children help plan and prepare their
                                            helps ensure balanced nutrition.                                    BLUE HEN CAMP CONTACT:
lunch. When they’re involved,
                                            When packing your child’s lunch,
chances are they will resist trading                                                             Camp Director: Bob Shillinglaw, University of Delaware,
                                            focus on including foods from
the contents for someone else’s. To                                                               Director of The Blue Hen Lacrosse Camp for 22 years
                                            different food groups. It is also wise
prevent getting into a rut, put some
                                            to keep your child involved, to                           tel: 410-392-5790 • email: rshill@iximd.com
effort into varying the contents.
                                            increase the chance that what is sent
Instead of the same bread everyday,         to camp will actually be eaten.                              BATTLE OF THE HOT BEDS CONTACTS:
try sandwiches on bagels, pitas or                                    ~MARIANNE CARTER, ,
                                                                                            BOB SHILLINGLAW • tel: 410-392-5790 • email: rshill@iximd.com
other types of bread. Vary the filling              REGISTERED DIETITIAN AND DIRECTOR OF
from lean                                                          UD’S WELLNESS CENTER      ANDY SHAY • tel: 413-545-2845 • email: ashay@admin.umass.edu

                                                                                            BLUE HEN CAMP WEB SITE: [http://www.bluehenlacrossecamps.com/]
       for up-to-date informaton, check out                                                 BATTLE OF THE HOT BEDS CAMP WEB SITE: [http://www.hotbedslax.com/]
    [www.udel.edu/camp] or call 302 UD1-camp.
10    University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

                                          professional faculty. Master classes     p.m., Friday, Aug. 15, in Loudis Recital   beginner, intermediate and advanced
  CAMP LISTINGS           FROM PAGE   6   by UD Department of Music faculty        Hall.                                      students on various instruments.
                                          also will be offered. The program        Location: Amy E. du Pont Music             Please refer to the private study
sound the way they do. In this class,     concludes with a concert at 6:30         Building                                   instructor list, as teachers are limited
students will create unique               p.m., July 25, in Loudis Recital Hall.   Who: Students grades 9-12, as well         in the summer months.
representations of the percussion,        Enrollment in this popular camp may      as college-level musicians. Applicants     Cost: $96-junior faculty, $114-
                                          be limited due to instrumental needs.    must have recommendation of their          professional faculty; and $132-artist
string, brass and woodwind families
                                                                                   choral directors/private teachers.         faculty +$20 registration fee
of the orchestra. The instruments will    Location: Amy E. du Pont Music                                                      Registration: Call Tamara Smith at
then be used to create original           Building                                 Cost: $200, includes lunch (+$20
                                                                                   registration fee)                          (302) 831-1548, send e-mail to
musical compositions.                     Who: Rising 6th-9th graders with at                                                 [tll@udel.edu] or register online at
                                          least two years of playing experience    Dates & Times: Aug. 11-15 ~ 9 a.m.-
Location: Amy E. du Pont Music                                                     4 p.m.                                     [www.music.udel.edu/public/cms].
Building                                  Cost: $190 +$20 registration fee                                                    Early registration is recommended.
                                          Dates & Times: July 21-25 ~ 9 a.m.-      Registration: Call Tamara Smith at
Who Children 7 through 10 years                                                    (302) 831-1548, send e-mail to
Cost: $120, includes a daily snack        3 p.m.
                                          Registration: Call Tamara Smith at       [tll@udel.edu] or register online at
(+additional $30 materials fee)
Dates & Times: June 23-27 ~ 9a.m.-        (302) 831-1548, send e-mail to           [www.music.udel.edu/public/cms].
                                                                                   Early registration is recommended.
                                          [tll@udel.edu] or register online at
Registration: Call Tamara Smith at        [www.music.udel.edu/public/cms].                                                       WORKSHOPS
(302) 831-1548, send e-mail to            Early registration is recommended.       Private Study
[tll@udel.edu] or register online at                                               Flexible Lessons                           Bob Becker Ragtime Institute
[www.music.udel.edu/public/cms].          Choral Vocal Camp

                                                                                                                                     he institute will provide a

                                                                                         ix weeks of half-hour private
                                                                                         lessons are available. Students             conceptual framework for the

                                                 n intensive week of choral
Middle School Band Camp                          rehearsal and performance,              and teachers can arrange                    performance of the classical
                                                 including private voice           lesson schedule to select the weeks,       solo xylophone repertoire of the

      he week-long program includes
      two large-group rehearsals,         instruction, classes in music theory,    days and time that are most                first half of the 20th century. The
      sectional rehearsals and theory     master classes on preparing for an       convenient.                                main thrust will be toward developing
classes conducted by UD                   audition and daily choral rehearsals     Location: Amy E. du Pont Music             a general feeling for the style and
Community Music School                    with Paul R. Head. The week              Building                                   the basic acquaintance with the
                                          culminates in a performance at 7:30      Who: Private study is available for        repertoire, as well as defining

         for up-to-date informaton, check out [www.udel.edu/camps] or call 302 UD1-camp.
                                                                                           University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

approaches to improvisation via the           image while examining elements of
performance of Green, Herman, et al.          performance practices dating from
Location: Amy E. du Pont Music                the Renaissance to present day.
Building                                      Numerous scores will be examined in
Who: Enrollment is limited to 10              the pursuit of finding the unique
students. Open to advanced high               musical essence of each
school students and adults with the           composition.
required playing abilities.
Cost: $550. Includes lunch (+$250
                                              Location: Amy E. du Pont Music                                     General Information
registration fee)                             Who: School, community and church                                     DATES: Session I~June 23-27
Dates & Times: Aug. 4-9 ~ 9 a.m.-             choir directors                                                                 Session II~July 7-11
5 p.m.                                        Cost: $100 +$20 registration fee                                                Session III~July 28-Aug 1
Registration: Call Tamara Smith at            Dates & Times: Aug. 4-9 ~ 9 a.m.-
(302) 831-1548, send e-mail to                                                                                         TIME: Regular Camp: 9am-3pm
                                              noon                                                                            Before & After Care:
[tll@udel.edu] or register online at          Registration: Call Tamara Smith at
[www.music.udel.edu/ public/cms].                                                                                             8am-5pm
                                              (302) 831-1548, send e-mail to
Early registration is recommended.            [tll@udel.edu] or register online at                              CHECK-IN: 8:15 a.m. in Delaware
                                                                                              for more                        Field House
                                              [www.music.udel.edu/ public/cms].
Advanced Choral Conducting                                                                      call,              LUNCH: Bring a lunch (drinks are
                                                                                                                              provided) Before & After
                                              Jazz Improvisation Workshop                    (302)
       his refresher course is for                                                                                            care will receive a snack/
       choral directors looking to                                                         376-8014                           drink after regular camp

                                                     he workshop features a hands-                                            day is over.
       revitalize their skills in gestural           on approach where participants
communication. The week will focus                   actively learn basics of jazz
not only on the technical aspects             improvisation by playing in various                        Payment Options
that lead to clear, concise                   groups and individual activities.            • Payment in full with             (if spaces available).
conducting gestures, but also on              Topics include: introductory jazz              application, of which            COST $190
refining skills in reflecting the shape,      theory and harmony, proper                     $40 is a non-refundable        • Before and after care
structure and nuance of the musical                                                          deposit. COST $180               option Please add $50
                                              articulation and phrasing, ear training
score.                                        and how to play from a lead                  • Walk-up registration the         PER CHILDto total
Location: Amy E. du Pont Music                                                               first day of camp
                                              sheet/fake book.
Building                                      Location: Amy E. du Pont Music
Who: School, community and church             Building
choir directors                               Who: Advanced middle school and
Cost: $100 +$20 registration fee              high school instrumentalists interested
Dates & Times: Aug. 4-9 ~ 1-4 p.m.            in learning how to play jazz
Registration: Call Tamara Smith at
(302) 831-1548, send e-mail to
                                              Cost: $140 for eight, 75-minute           University of Delaware Community Music School
                                              minute classes +$20 registration fee
[tll@udel.edu] or register online at          Dates & Times: Tuesdays
[www.music.udel.edu/ public/cms].             throughout the summer ~ 3-4:15 p.m.
Early registration is recommended.            Registration: Call Tamara Smith at
                                              (302) 831-1548, send e-mail to
Score Study for                               [tll@udel.edu] or register online at
the Choral Conductor                          [www.music.udel.edu/public/cms].

      his program provides a look at
      the conductor’s process in                     for up-to-date
      making interpretive musical                informaton, check out                   2 0 0 3 S U M M E R P RO G R A MS
decisions. Emphasis is placed on                  [www.udel.edu/camps]
developing the conductor’s aural                                                                             CAMPS FOR KIDS:
                                                 or call 302 UD1-camp.                    Family Music For Toddlers and Adults (18 mos.-3 yrs)-June 23-27
                                                                                                   Songs of the Summer (3-4 ½ yrs)-June 23-27
                                                                                                        Nature Trails (4 ½-6 yrs)-June 23-27
                                                                                                       Sound Creations (7-10 yrs)-June 23-27

                                                       wo    camp    programs                    INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE CAMPS:

       For information contact:
           CHRISSY WEIR
                                             T         available for four year
                                                       olds, by June 1, to
                                                       rising eighth graders.

                                             Tot and Day camp include
                                                                                                 Middle School Band Camp (grades 6-9)-July 21-25
                                                                                                 Wind Ensemble Camp (grades 9-college)-July 7-11

                                                                                         Bob Becker Ragtime Institute (advanced high school-adult)-Aug. 4-9
                                                                                                Choral Conductor’s Workshop (college-adult)-Aug. 4-8
             director                        swimming, science & nature,                   Jazz Improvisation Workshop (grades 9-12)–Tuesday afternoons
         COLLEEN JORDAN                      arts & crafts, and sports games.
        assistant director                                                                                     VOCAL CAMP:
                                             Day camp offers additional                             Choral Vocal Camp (grades 9-12)-Aug. 11-15
       1300 paper mill road
          newark, de 19711                   programs such as Adventure
           (302) 239-9050                                                                    TO RECEIVE A BROCHURE CALL 831-1548 OR VISIT
                                             Day and weekly golf lessons.
  www.theindependenceschool.org                                                           WWW. MUSIC . UDEL . EDU / PUBLIC / CMS FOR MORE INFORMATION
                                                               University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

                                                         ACADEMIC CAMPS                        Summer College
                                                             & MORE
                                                                                                      tudents get a taste of college
                                                                                                      life; living on campus, taking
                                                       Summer Analytical                              freshman-level courses for
                                                       Chemistry Program                       credit and participating in academic
                                                                                               and social programs.

                                                               six-week program sponsored
                                                               jointly through the UD          Location: UD Newark campus
                                                               Department of Chemistry and     Who: Academically advanced high
                                                       Biochemistry for a limited number of    school juniors who will be seniors in
                                                       high school students and teachers.      the fall
                                                       The program will be taught on           Cost: $1,595-in-state; $3,650-out-of-
                                                       campus by Thomas P. Beebe Jr, UD        state, +$30 application fee. Limited
        4-H Camps offer a variety of                   professor of chemistry and              financial aid is available.
                                                       biochemistry. Students may elect to     Dates: June 21-July 26
   age-approprate educational classes in               receive a grade for the 4-credit        Registration: Deadline: April 15
     animal sciences, natural resources,               course at UD (Chem 220/221).            for financial aid, May 1: for all
                                                       Location: UD Newark campus              others. Call Elizabeth Reynolds at
   food & nutrition, plant & soil sciences             Who: High school students who have      (302) 831-6560, send e-mail to
                 and more.                             or are taking Advanced Placement        [summercollege@udel.edu] or visit
                                                       chemistry, with overall GPA of 3.0 or   [www.usel.edu/summercollege] to print
                                                       greater.                                or request application materials.
                                                       Cost: $220 for program and related
C L O V E R B U D                          C A M P     materials
                                                       Dates & Time: July 7-Aug. 15            New Arc Academy
       AT T H E U N I V ER S I T Y O F D E L AWA R E   8 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

                                                       Registration: For more information,           he theme for the academy’s
      JUNE 23-27 • 8:30 A.M.-4 P.M.                    or to obtain an application, contact          10th year is how to use
               AGES   5-7 (GRADES K-2)                 Thomas Beebe at (302) 831-1888,               robotics, forensic science and
                                                       send e-mail to [beebe@udel.edu] or      information systems to solve
                                                       visit [www.udel.edu/chem./beebe/        problems. Students in grades 4-7 will
D E L A WA R E C I T Y D A Y C A M P                   summer.htm].                            engage in hands-on design of
                  DRAGON RUN PARK
  JULY 14-18 • 9 A.M.-12 P.M. FOR GRADES K-2
        & 1 P.M.-3 P.M. FOR GRADES 3-6

N E WA R K                  D A Y            C A M P
       AT T H E U N I V ER S I T Y O F D E L AWA R E
        AUG. 4-8 • 8:30 A.M.-4 P.M.
                       AGES   8-12

4-H Camps are open to the public without regard
  to race, color, sex, handicap, age or national
   origin and youth do not have to be affiliated
         with a 4-H program to participate.
 Camp applications and some scholarship help is
   available in March via mail and the web site:

  Summer Day Camps are sponsored by the
 University of Delaware Cooperative Extension.

 CALL: (302) 831-8965 OR E-MAIL: 4-H@UDEL.EDU
               a re cal
             tur e     ling …
               BEAR - GLASGOW FAMILY YMCA Bear • 302-392-YMCA
                BRANDYWINE YMCA North Wilmington • 302-478-YMCA
                 CENTRAL DELAWARE YMCA & AQUATIC CENTER Dover • 302-346-YMCA

                  CENTRAL YMCA Wilmington • 302-254-YMCA
                   SUSSEX FAMILY YMCA Rehoboth Beach • 302-296-YMCA

                     WALNUT STREET YMCA Wilmington • 302-472-YMCA
                      WESTERN FAMILY YMCA Newark • 302-709-YMCA
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    Caring Honesty Respect Responsibility
                                                                                                                      University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

products, systems and environments                                  Location: UD Newark campus               (302) 831-1658, send e-mail to               designed to integrate the study of
while learning about technology.                                    Who: Children with diabetes, siblings    [wmoody@udel.edu] or access the              science, technology, engineering and
Students will use such robotic devices                              and friends, ages 4-14.                  Solve It web site at [http://www.udel.       mathematics using aerospace
as the Mindstorm RCX                                                Cost: $50                                edu/educ/solveit/].                          education as the unifying framework.
Microcomputer, the Cybug and WAO                                    Dates & Times: Aug. 4-8 ~ 9 a.m.-                                                     Location: Newark High School (day
II Programmable Robot. In forensic                                  3 p.m.                                                                                academies) & UD’s Newark campus
                                                                    Registration: Deadline: June 30.         Summer Session/
science, students will explore the                                                                           Reading Studies Program                      (overnight academies)
                                                                    Camp is limited to 40. Admission will                                                 Who: Students, grades 3 through 10
collection of evidence and analysis
                                                                    be on a paid, first-come, first-served                                                Cost: Cost: $225 (full-day), $435

of hair fiber and DNA in solving                                                                                   his intense literacy program is
                                                                    basis. Call Judy Herrman at (302)                                                     (overnight)
crimes.                                                                                                            for students experiencing
                                                                    831-8380 or send e-mail to                                                            Dates & Times: June 23-27 (day),
Location: Willard Hall Education                                    [jherrman@udel.edu].                           difficulties with reading, spelling,
Building                                                                                                     comprehension and writing.                   July 6-12 ~ 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (full day),
Who: Students, grades 4 through 7                                                                                                                         overnight
                                                                                                             Location: UD Newark campus
Cost: $475                                                          Solve It Problem                                                                      Registration: Call (302) 738-7749,
                                                                                                             Who: Children in grades K through 8
Dates & Times: July 21-Aug. 1 ~ 9                                   Solving Program                                                                       visit [www.dasef.org], or write to
                                                                                                             Cost: $750
a.m.-3 p.m.                                                                                                                                               Delaware Aerospace Academy,
                                                                                                             Dates & Times: June 23-July 31 ~
                                                                                                                                                          P.O. Box 125, Bear, DE 19701-0125.

Registration: Qualified applicants                                        tudents entering grades 4          8-10 a.m. & 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
will be accepted on a first-come,                                         through 8 will have the            Registration: Deadline: June 17.
first-served basis. Call Thomas                                           opportunity to work on             Call Pat Moeller at (302) 831-2307.          FAME/MERIT/UNITE
Pledgie at (302) 831-8162, send                                     interesting and challenging math
  e-mail to [tpledgie@udel.edu] or

                                                                    problems sent to them in the mail.                                                          his program seeks to increase
visit [www.udel.edu/educ/naa].                                      The solutions are returned for review.   Delaware Aerospace                                 the participation of African-
                                                                    Students who complete the program        Academy                                            American, Hispanic/Latino
Kamp for Kids:                                                      get a summary of their progress, a                                                     and Native American youth in

                                                                                                               n operation since 1990, the
Diabetes & You                                                      Solve It pin and certificate of            Delaware Aerospace Academy is              engineering and other science
                                                                    recognition.                               designed to provide hands-on               professions through a four-week

    or children with diabetes and                                   Who: Students entering grades 4          training and experiences in                  residential (home on weekends),
    their siblings or friends; this                                 through 8 in the fall                    aerospace technology-related                 academic enrichment program.
    camp helps them understand                                      Cost: $100                                                                            The program provides a simulated
                                                                                                             activities and fields. Students are
and cope with the disease and                                       Dates & Times: June 15-Sept. 30 ~                                                     college experience while
                                                                    unlimited hours                          continually challenged to think,
teaches them the skills they need to                                                                         design, solve, build and work                supplementing the student’s high
manage insulin dependence.                                          Registration: No special skills                                                       school curriculum.
                                                                    required. Call William Moody at          cooperatively. All academies are

             • open house • SUN. FEB. 16 • 1-3 P.M. • GEIPEL GYM •
                                                       Check the
                                                      Differences                   SANFORD
   • NATURE STUDY • DANCING • BASEBALL                                              DAY CAMP                                                     • ALL TEACHER STAFF ENSURES
                                                                                                                                               PROFESSIONAL AND QUALITY CARE •
                                                                                          2-10 Week Program                                • EXTENDED DAY FOR WORKING PARENTS •

          • SWIMMING • VOLLEYBALL                                                         June 16-August 22                                • STRUCTURED ACTIVITIES FOR AN ACTIVE
                                                                                                                                                   AND FUN-FILLED DAY •
         SANFORD                                                                             Ages 4 to 16                                        • COORDINATION WITH ACADEMIC
       SPORTS CAMPS                                                                     VARIED PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO
                                                                                  PROVIDE EVERY CAMPER WITH A DAY FULL OF
                                                                                                                                                          PROGRAMS •
   Expert Instruction in the following sports:                                    FUN AND EXERCISE, SUPERVISED BY DEDICATED                • ON-SITE POOL; 2 SWIM PERIODS PER DAY •
            • BOYS & GIRLS SOCCER                                                 TEACHERS. COST FROM $170 A WEEK                             • DIRECTORS PETE AND DAVE HAVE A
         • BOYS & GIRLS BASKETBALL                                                                                                             COMBINED 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE •
               • GIRLS VOLLEYBALL                                                               CONTACTs
                                                                                                                                                • AIR CONDITIONED CLASSROOMS,
     • QUARTERBACK CAMP • BASEBALL                                                 DAVE SZAROLETA            PETER BRADLEY                             NEWLY RENOVATED •
      • SOFTBALL • BOYS & GIRLS GOLF                                                 (302) 475-8013          (610) 565-4850
                                                                                                                  AFTER 7PM                      • STAFF SPECIALISTS WHO TEACH
            • GIRLS CHEERLEADING                                                                                                                 ART, COMPUTERS, DANCE, SOCCER,
     (All Sports on Sanford Campus. Extended day and transportation available.          CALL (302)475-8013                                       TENNIS, SWIMMING, AND NATURE •
                         Rainy day schedule and facilities.)
                                                                                 FOR a BROCHURE AND APPLICATION
16   University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

                                                  BLUE CHIP                                                                     CO-DIRECTORS:
                                                                                                                                BRUCE REYNOLDS,

                                                                                                                                William Penn
                                                                                                                                GEORGE GLENN,

                                                                                                                                Cape Henlopen
                                                                                                                                BLUE CHIP CAMP:
                                                                                                                                10 Heather Loft Ct.
                                                                                                                                Bear, DE 19809

                                                                                             July 7-10                          tel: (302) 836-1780

                                                LOCATION: FRIENDS SCHOOL 101 SCHOOL RD. ALAPOCAS
                                                DATES: JULY 7-10, 2002

                                                COST: The total cost of the Blue Chip Camp              Camp. The balance will not be due until July 8,
                                                will be $100.00. A non-refundable deposit of            2002. Our program will begin at 9 a.m. every
                                                $25.00 must be paid to reserve your place in            morning and end at 3:30 p.m.

                                                ACCURACY PASSING TEST: The                              receive an official Wilson TD Football (conforms
                                                “Blue Chip” Camp will feature an ‘Accuracy              to National Federation of State High School
                                                Passing Test”, receiver, and lineman and a              Associations standards). Football’s donated by
                                                defensive back skills test at the end of the four       Kelly’s Sporting Goods.
                                                day sessions. The winners of the competition will

                                                EQUIPMENT:                           • Football Shoes                      • Towel
                                                • Football-ask your coach            • T-Shirts-will be provided           • Socks
                                                • Basketball Shoes                   • Personal Gear                       • Combination Lock
                                                • Notebook & pencil                  • Shorts-name on short leg            • Tape-if applicable

                                                CONDITIONS: Students accepted will                      MEALS: Lunch will not be served at camp.
                                                abide by the rules set by the camp. The camp            Campers will be required to bring their own
                                                will be open to athletes entering grades                lunches, however, beverages will be provided by
                                                7 through 12 only.                                      the camp.

                                                CAMP EMPHASIS:                                          the player with the Techniques and Drills
                                                                                                        necessary to develop the Great Receiver.
                                                The Quarterbacks will be instructed and drilled in      DEFENSIVE BACKS
                                                the fundamental skills required of a great              Instruction of Defensive Backs will be centered
                                                Quarterback; Signal–calling, Center-Quarterback         around the following Key Fundamentals: Stance,
                                                exchange, Footwork, Ball-handling, Faking,              Alignment, Communication, Backward Running,
                                                Running, and Passing. How to setup and throw            e.g. all breaks to the ball, Perimeter Drills, Zone
                                                the Drop-back, Roll-out, Sprint–out, and Bootleg        Coverage and Man–to–Man vs. Receivers. Further
                                                passes will be specifically emphasized. Field           instructions featuring Cut-ups of secondary play
                                                Leadership, Strategy and Playcalling will be            and Skull sessions will be provided to acquaint
                                                incorporated into the daily instructions. Movies,       the player with the techniques and drills to
                                                Chalk sessions, Skill Techniques, and Development       develop into a great Defensive Back
                                                Drills will be effectively combined to produce the
                                                “Total Field General.”                                  LINEMAN
                                                                                                        The Lineman will be instructed and drilled in the
                                                RECEIVERS (AND BACKS)                                   following techniques: stance, charge, pulling,
                                                Instruction for the receivers will be centered          pass blocking, drive blocking, double team
                                                around the following key fundamentals: Catching         blocking, proper tackling form, hand and
                                                the football, Hand position, Eye contact, Running       forearm shiver and pass rush skills. Long snap for
                                                the basic Pass Routes, Releasing from the line of       punts and extra points/ field goals will also be
                                                scrimmage and reading Man–to-Man and Zone               taught in addition to working with our QB’s on
                                                Coverage. Further instructions featuring Movies         the critical QB-center exchange.
                                                and Chalk sessions will be provided to acquaint

                                                                                   CAMP STAFF
                                                         GEORGE KOSANOVICH                                              BOB HEALY
                                                 Head Coach, Concord High School                           Assistant Coach,Wesley College
                                                              JOE HEMPHILL                                              TOM SMITH
                                                       Head Coach, St. Elizabeth’s                         Assistant Coach,Wesley College
                                                            BOB TATTERSALL                                            SASCHA MYER
                                                      Head Coach, Friends School                           Assistant Coach,Wesley College
                                                             SEAN BRENNAN                                               John Wilson
                                                    Assistant Coach,William Penn                            Assistant Coach,William Penn
                                                               DAVE WOOD                                                 AL BLACK
                                                Assistant Coach,Widener University                                 Nationally Recognized
                                                                                                                      Football Author
                                                                                                             University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

Location: UD Newark campus                             Who: • Clover Bud Camp ~ ages 5              html]. Extension programs are open            Who: Ages 8 through 12
Who: Rising high school juniors and                    through 7; • 4-H Day Camp ~ ages 5           to the public without regard to race,         Cost: TBA
seniors enrolled in a college                          through 10.                                  color, sex, handicap, age or national         Dates & Times: Dragon Run Park,
preparatory curriculum with grades                     Cost: TBA                                    origin.                                       Delaware City, July 14-18; University
of B or better in math, science and                    Dates & Times: July 7-11 & July 28-                                                        of Delaware, UD Newark campus,
English courses.                                       Aug. 1 ~ 9 a.m.-4 p.m.                                                                     Aug. 4-8. Hours TBA
Cost: Free, except for personal                        Registration: Call Mary Argo or              4-H Day Camps                                 Registration: Call (302) 831-8965
expenses                                               Michelle Walfred at (302) 856-7303,                                                        or send e-mail to [4H@udel.edu].

                                                                                                          ponsored by UD Cooperative
Dates & Times: Later part of June                      or send e-mail to [maryargo@                       Extension                               Camp applications are available
to mid-July, exact dates TBD. Sunday                   udel.edu].                                                                                 Mar. 1 via mail and on the web page
                                                                                                          (4-H), these camps include a
evenings through Friday afternoons.                                                                                                               at [http://bluehen.ags.udel.edu/
Students return home on weekends.                                                                   variety of classes in outdoor                 deces/ncc/4h-daycamp.html].
Registration: Students should have                     Clover Bud Camps                             education, performing arts, animal            Extension programs are open to the
an interest in the engineering, math                                                                sciences, shooting sports and other           public without regard to race, color,

                                                              ponsored by UD Cooperative
or science-related fields. Deadline:                                                                topics. Class offerings vary by camp.         sex, handicap, age or national origin.
April 4. Call (302) 831-6315, fax                                                                   Location: UD Newark campus and
                                                               (4-H), these camps offer a
(302) 831-8179, or send e-mail to                                                                   other New Castle County locations
[araymond @udel.edu] to request                        variety of age-appropriate classes in                                                        CAMP LISTINGS                  on page 20
registration materials.                                plant and soil sciences, performing
                                                       arts, animal sciences, food nutrition
Sussex County                                          and other topics.
4-H Day Camp                                           Location: UD Newark campus,
                                                       Townsend Hall
                                                                                                                         Tailwinds Farm
     ponsored by UD Cooperative
     Extension(4-H), the camp                          Who: Ages 5 through 7 (grades K
     includes a variety of classes in
food preparation and nutrition, arts
                                                       through 2)
                                                       Cost: TBA                                                        Fair Hill Stables
and crafts, environmental education
                                                       Dates & Times: June 23-27 ~
                                                       8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.                                      HORSE CAMP!
and animal science. Resource                           Registration: In New Castle County,               Ages 8-13 learn all about horse care, safety, cross country riding
speakers, organized recreation, songs                  call (302) 831-8965 or send e-mail                    and horsemanship in Tailwinds Farm indoor ring and at
and fun are part of the program.                       to [4-H@udel.edu]. Camp applications                       Fair Hill NRMA show grounds, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Location: Union Methodist Church,                      are available March 1 via mail and on            Weeks of June 17 & 24 • July 1, 8, 15 & 21 • Aug. 11 at Tailwinds Farm.
Bridgeville (July 7-11); Presbyterian                  the web page at [http://bluehen.ags.                             Week of July 14 at Fair Hill Stables
Church, Georgetown (July 28-Aug. 1)                    udel.edu/deces/ncc/4hdaycamp.
                                                                                                      Ted & JoAnn Dawson                            www.fairwindsstables.com

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18   University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

     B L U E
                        CAROL MILLER
                                             H E N
                                                                       S            ummer
                                                                                         A Tatnall

       GRADES: 1-5
         DATE: JULY 14-17, 2003
         COST: $75
     DEADLINE: JUNE 26, 2003
     For the beginner junior who would like to learn how to play the
     game and for the veteran junior who wishes to improve her
     game. Coaches have elementary education background and
     collegiate playing or coaching experience. All instruction will
     take place at Fred P Rullo Stadium, Home Of The Fightin’ Blue
     Hen Field Hockey Team.

       GRADES: 6-12 (ages 12-18)
         DATE: JULY 14-18, 2003
         COST: $185
     DEADLINE: JUNE 26, 2003
                                                                             SUMMER FUN?
     Incorporating basic skills and concepts for the novice, while
     challenging the needs of experienced players by exposing them           WE’VE GOT IT!
     to concepts of the U.S.F.H.A. Developmental program and
     college level coaching. Learning will take place on both grass                       AGES 3-15
     and artificial surface.
                                                                       s DAY CAMPS                      s   SCUBA
                                                                       s SPORTS                         s   TV AND FILM
     ELITE OVERNIGHT CAMP                                              s SWIMMING POOLS                 s   STAINED GLASS
       GRADES: 9-12                                                    s FIELD TRIPS                    s   THEATER
         DATE: JULY 20-23, 2003
         COST: $420 OVERNIGHT/ $375 COMMUTER
                                                                       s MUSIC                          s   LANGUAGES
     DEADLINE: ONLY FIRST 100 APPLICANTS ACCEPTED                      s TENNIS                         s   FENCING
     For the serious field hockey players who are interested in        s TEEN CHALLENGE                 s   EXTENDED DAY
     improving all aspects of their game. Camp is restricted to the    s HORSEBACK RIDING               s   AND MORE!
     first 100 athletes applied, who will receive instruction from
     some of the top COLLEGE COACHES in the country. If you are
                                                                       s POTTERY
     afraid to work hard–this camp is NOT for you! Take your game        For a full brochure and more information, contact the
     to the next level!
                                                                               OFFICE OF SUMMER PROGRAMS
       “We are committed to providing a
       quality camp for everyone’s needs! Our                                      THE TATNALL SCHOOL
       goal is to challenge each individual                             1501 BARLEY MILL ROAD • WILMINGTON, DE 19807
       camper according to their skill level and
       ability while keeping it fun for all!”
                                                                                   (302) 892- 4347
       PLEASE   GO TO[www.bluehenfhcamps.com]                                 On line at www.tatnall.org/summer
                These sports programs are independently run              SUMMER CAMP OPEN HOUSE
                 and not University of Delaware programs.
                                                                             APRIL 6, 2 - 4 P.M.
                                                                                               University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

Getting ready for camp
           ust as parents confer with teachers and       he said. “Are they always looking for ways to use         Q: Are children encouraged to try new things
           question administrators at their              activities to help the kids learn new things? That’s      and develop new skills?

  J         children’s schools, so should they do
             some careful consumer research
              before choosing a summer camp,
              according to two UD faculty
“Parents should ask the director about the camp’s
                                                         what camp should be about.”
                                                         He and Hampel, who both are former camp
                                                         counselors, suggested some other questions
                                                         parents might ask before selecting a summer
                                                                                                                   A: Parents who are concerned year-round about
                                                                                                                   balancing their children’s activities so that they
                                                                                                                   have both educational opportunities–music
                                                                                                                   lessons and Saturday computer classes, for
                                                                                                                   example–and ample playtime can find an
                                                                                                                   excellent mix in camps, Hampel said.
                                                           Q: Would my child benefit most from a
philosophy, not just about the physical facilities or                                                            “Camps are full of firsts–the first time in a canoe,
                                                           comprehensive program or from a camp that
programs it offers,” Roger Spacht, assistant                                                                     the first time cooking over a fire,” Spacht said. “If
                                                           focuses on a particular activity?
professor of health and exercise sciences, said. “A                                                              children are supported and encouraged, they’ll
good camp will integrate learning into activities          A: With so many types of summer camps
                                                                                                                 reach out and take the risk to learn new things, to
that are fun. Learning happens every day, and              available, both Hampel and Spacht said, parents
                                                                                                                 really extend their experiences.”
camp should add to that instead of just filling up a       should choose carefully, trying to satisfy their
child’s time.”                                             children’s needs and interests while also             In recent years, he noted, many camps have
                                                           expanding their experiences. “You want the camp       expanded their focus beyond sports, offering a
Spacht, who teaches courses in outdoor                     to meet the interests of the child, not of the        variety of activities. Spacht, who directs the
recreation and leadership, said good summer                parents,” Spacht said, “but risk is also good.        University’s Adventure Challenge program, said
camps help youngsters learn and grow in the same           Maybe it’s time for kids to try something they’re     such programs–in which groups of children or
way good schools do, with their biggest                    not already good at–time for an athletic kid to       adults use teamwork and creative problem-solving
educational value coming from the youngsters’              be exposed to some art or music along with            to figure out how to accomplish such physical
exposure to new and varied experiences, settings           sports.”                                              activities as climbing an oversized rope ladder or
and people. A camp does not have to specialize in                                                                navigating an obstacle course–are becoming
                                                           Q: Is there a low camper/staff ratio, allowing for
an academic area, such as computers or science,                                                                  more common in summer camps.
                                                           plenty of individual attention?
to be educational, he noted.
                                                           A: Children who are “middle of the road” in           “That can help a child learn to meet new
Camp can be an especially supportive place for             academic achievement and behavior sometimes           challenges through cooperation with others and
youngsters to try new things, because they’re often        feel overlooked in school, Hampel said, and they      also learn leadership skills,” he said. Other physical
in an unfamiliar environment with different children       can get much more of the attention they need          activities also have educational value, he said,
than they normally spend time with, and those              in a camp setting.                                    including sports such as archery that help a child
factors can make it easier to take on new
                                                           Q: Is the daily schedule flexible?                    develop patience and focus, as well as learning
challenges without worrying about what others will
                                                           A: Being creative in the use of time allows a         new physical skills.
think, Bob Hampel, professor of education, said.
Good counselors encourage that behavior, he                camp to adapt each day’s activities to take
                                                                                                                 “A good comprehensive camp can offer some of
added.                                                     advantage of opportunities for learning as they
                                                                                                                 everything, including new social skills,” Hampel said.
“Most camps have an ethic that everybody gets a
chance to participate, and, in that sense, it can be       Q: Does the program incorporate learning into         “I look at the real value of camp being more
less competitive and more fun,” Hampel said.               all activities?                                       sociological than academic,” Spacht said. “Being
“You’re rarely a spectator, even if you aren’t a star                                                            away from home in a new environment can
                                                           A: “In a good summer camp, the distinction
athlete.”                                                                                                        change a child’s behavior, and, if you have a well-
                                                           between work, or learning, and play blurs,”
                                                                                                                 run camp with good, trained counselors, they can
Spacht’s advice to parents: Ask questions. “Find out       Hampel said. “A well-run camp has lots of
                                                                                                                 help make that a change for the better.”
about the counselors’ interaction with the children        benefits, and learning while having fun is an
and the philosophy behind the camp’s activities,”          important one.”

                                            • Camps for children entering K-7                              • Located at the Perkins Center on the
                                            • Traditional, Sports, Computer,                                 University of Delaware campus. A great
                                              Horseback Riding and Drama Camps                               location, less than two blocks from the
                                                                                                             JCC Newark.
                                            • Activities include: swimming, arts
                                              and crafts, Judaics, woodworking,                             FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, CALL
                                              music, Israeli culture, storytelling,                         THE JCC NEWARK AT (302) 368-9173
                                              sports, field trips and much more!                            OR VISIT US AT 318 S. COLLEGE AVE.

                                                        CHECK OUT OUR OPEN HOUSE ON MARCH 9, 10 A.M.-2 P.M.
20     University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

                                           Camps: July 7-11 & July 14-18 ~            Location: Bob Carpenter Center &         Dates & Times: June 16-20 & Aug.
    CAMP LISTINGS        FROM PAGE   17    1:30-3 p.m.                                UD Field House                           4-8 ~ 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Before & after
                                           • Before & after care: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.       Who: Boys, ages 8 through 17 (rising     care 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
     SPORTS CAMPS                          Registration: For additional               seniors)                                 Registration: Camp will be filled on
                                           information, and/or to register, visit     Cost: $180                               a first-come, first-served basis. Call
 NOTE: All sport camps are independently   [www.bluehenbaseballcamps.com] or,                                                  (302) 453-9659 or send e-mail to
                                                                                      Dates & Times: June 23-27, July 7-11
  run and are not University of Delaware   if you do not have Internet access,                                                 [jradice1512@ yahoo.com].
                                                                                      & July 28-Aug. 1 ~ 9 a.m. -3:30 p.m.
           sponsored programs              call Dan Hammer at (302) 893-2471.
                                                                                      Registration: Brochures can be
                                                                                      obtained by calling (302) 376-8014.      Blue Hen Field
Blue Hen Baseball                          Girl’s Softball Camp                                                                Hockey Camp at UD
Camps at UD
                                           Location: Bob Hannah Stadium/              Tina Martin’s

                                           Delaware Diamond                                                                           his day camp for the beginner

A                                                                                     Basketball Camp at UD
       ll-skills camps emphasize the
                                                                                                                                      and veteran ages 12-18;
       fundamental skills of hitting,      Who: Girls ages 7 through 12
                                                                                                                                      incorporates basic skills and

       pitching, fielding and base         Cost: $200 a week +$50 a week                     his camp is designed to teach
                                                                                             and develop the fundamental       concepts for the novice, while
running. Afternoon instructional           before & after care
                                                                                             basketball skills and enable      challenging the needs of experienced
hitting camps are designed to              Dates & Times: July 7-11 & July 14-18
                                                                                      every girl to increase her               players by exposing them to the
emphasize hitting skills only.             ~ 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Before & after care
                                           8 a.m.-5 p.m.                              understanding of the game; to            concepts of the U.S. Field Hockey
Location: Bob Hannah Baseball                                                                                                  Association developmental program
Stadium at UD                              Registration: For additional               improve each girl’s skills through
                                           information, and/or to register, visit     individual instruction and to provide    and college-level coaching. Learning
Who: • All-Skills Camps: boys ages 7                                                                                           will be on both grass and artificial
through 12                                 [www.bluehenbaseballcamps.com] or,         competition, enabling each player to
                                           if you do not have Internet access,        apply skills and techniques as they      surfaces.
• Afternoon Hitting Camps, boys
ages 13 through high school seniors.       call Dan Hammer at (302) 893-2471.         are learned. Also, the camp will         Location: Rullo Stadium & UD Field
                                                                                      develop a player’s individual attitude   House fields
Cost: All-Skills: $200 per week
(a $50 deposit will guarantee a spot       David Henderson’s                          and philosophy about basketball and      Who: Girls ages 12 through 18
in the camp); +$50 per camper for          Basketball School                          life through good sportsmanship and      (grades 6 through 12)
before & after care; $150 per                                                         fair play. Camp includes free camp       Cost: $185

camper for afternoon hitting camps              his is a basketball fundamentals      T-shirts, awards and guest lecturers     Dates & Times: July 14-18 ~ 9 a.m.-
Dates & Times: • All-Skills Camps:              camp for boys. Activities             Location: Bob Carpenter Center &         3 p.m.
June 16-20, June 23-27, July 7-11, July         include games, skills work and        UD Field House                           Registration: Call (302) 366-1005
14-18 & July 21-25 ~ 9 a.m.-3 p.m.         UD players as guest speakers.              Who: Girls, grades 3 through 12          or visit[www.bluehenfhcamps.com]
• Afternoon Instructional Hitting          Players of all skill levels are welcome.   Cost: $170 +$50 before & after care

   9 2 1 B A R K S D A L E R 0 A D J N E WA R K , D E                 19711

                SUMMER CAMP
      A wide variety of recreational activities with children
          grouped according to age. Weekly themed
         activites emphasize organized games, sports,
                nature studies and arts & crafts.
         Additional outdoor activities include swimming,
      local field trips and bi-weekly full day trips. Previous
      trips have included Hershey Park, Six Flags America
                  and Cape Henlopen State Park
                        HOURS: 7 A.M.-6 P.M.
            breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks provided

       FOR MORE INFORMATION (302) 731-4925
                        A United Way Member Agency
                                                                                            University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

                                          Who: Boys 9 through 12
Blue Hen Junior Field
Hockey Camp at UD                         Cost: $225-overnight, $200-day
                                          Dates & Times: June 28-29 ~

      his evening program is for
      grades 1-5 and is designed for
                                          overnight & day
                                          Registration: Call (302) 894-1611.           SPARTAN DAY AND
      the beginner or experienced
junior camper who would like to learn
how to play or improve her game.
                                          Blue Hen Lacrosse
                                          Camp for Boys
                                                                                       SPORTS CAMPS
Coaches will have elementary
education backgrounds and                                                              at St. Mark’s High School
                                                  his instructional teaching camp
collegiate coaching and/or playing                for boy’s lacrosse
experience.                                       accommodates both day and                                      Spartan Day Camp
Location: Rullo Stadium (artificial       overnight campers. Camp provides
                                                                                                   Date: June 16-Aug. 8         Time: 9 a.m.-3:45 p.m.
playing surface).                         instruction and competitive games
                                                                                              Cost: $140 with transportation or $115 without transportation
Who: Girls grades 1 through 5             for ages 8 through18 (grades 3                       Registration: Boys & girls who have completed grades 1-6
Cost: $75                                 through 12), novice, intermediate and                                 Director: Tom DeMatteis
Dates & Times: July 14-17 ~ 6-8 p.m.      advanced skill.
Registration: Call (302) 366-1055         Location: University of Delaware
                                                                                    Boys’ Soccer Camp                             Wrestling Camp
or visit [www.bluehenfhcamps.com].        Who: Boys, grades 9-12                    Date & Time: June 16-20 • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.       Date & Time: July 14-18 • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
                                          Cost: $450 overnight, $325 day            Cost: $120                                    Cost: $120
                                          Dates & Times: Overnight camps:           Registration: Grades 3-8 for '03-'04          Registration: Grades 2-8 for '03-'04
Elite Blue Hen Field                                                                school year                                   school year
                                          • June 21-25, check in June 21: noon-
Hockey Camp at UD                         2 p.m.; camp ends June 25 at noon.        Directors: Tom DeMatteis &                    Director: Steve Bastianelli
                                                                                    Nick Papanicolas
                                          • June 28-July 2, check in June 28:                                                     Volleyball I & II
       he overnight elite camp is for
       the serious field hockey player    noon-2 p.m.; camp ends July 2 at noon.    Soccer Mini-kickers                           Date & Time: July 14-18 & July 21-25
       who is interested in improving     • July 6-10, check in July 6: noon-       Date & Time: June 16-20 • 9 a.m.-noon         • 6-9 p.m.
                                          2 p.m.; camp ends July 10 at noon.        Cost: $70                                     Cost: $70 each
all aspects of her game on artificial                                                                                             Registration: Grades 4-8 for '03-'04
                                          Day camps:                                Registration: 6 & 7 year olds
turf. Camp is restricted to the first     • June 21, check in: 1-2 p.m., ends at    Directors: Tom DeMatteis &                    school year
100 applicants, and instruction will be   8:30 p.m.;                                Jeff Northey                                  Director: Nancy Griskowitz
given by some of the top college          • June 22-24, 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.;        Baseball I           (general skills)         Girls’ Soccer Camp
coaches in the country.                   • June 25, 8:30-noon.                     Date & Time: June 23-27 • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.       Date & Time: July 21-25 • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Location: Rullo Stadium (artificial       • June 28, check in: noon-2 p.m.,         Cost: $120                                    Cost: $120
playing surface)                          camp ends 8:30 p.m.;                      Registration: Grades 2-8 for '03-'04          Registration: Grades 3-8 for '03-'04
                                          • June 29-July 1, 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.,    school year                                   school year
Who: Girls with varsity level skills,
                                          • July 2, 8:30 a.m.-noon.                 Director: Tom Lemon                           Director: Tom DeMatteis &
grades 9 through 12                                                                                                               Nick Papanicolas
Cost: $420-resident; $375-commuter        • July 6, check in:1-2 p.m., camp ends
                                          8:30 p.m.;                                cheerleading
Dates & Times: July 20-23 ~                                                         Date & Time: June 23-27 • 6-9 p.m.            Strength & Speed
                                          • July 7-9, 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.;          Cost: $70                                     Development Camp
                                          • July 10, 8:30 a.m.-noon                 Registration: Grades 1-6 for '03-'04          Date & Time: July 21-25 • 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Registration: Call (302) 366-1005
                                          Registration: Deadline: July 1. Call      school year                                   Cost: $45
or visit [www.bluehenfhcamps.com].                                                                                                Registration: Grades 7-11 for '02-'03
                                          (410) 392-5790 or send e-mail to          Director: Marie Speakman
                                          [rshill@ iximd.com].                                                                    school year
                                                                                    Baseball II          (pitching & hitting)     Director: Vinnie Scott
K.C. Keeler Football                                                                Date & Time: June 30-July 3 • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Youth Camps at UD                         Blue Hen Elite                            Cost: $110                                    Basketball II Camp
                                                                                    Registration: Grades 2-8 for '03-'04          Date & Time: July 28-Aug. 1 • 6-9 p.m.
                                          Girls Lacrosse Camp

     he camp includes limited                                                       school year                                   cost: $70
     contact, while teaching all          Location: Rullo Stadium                   Director: Tom Lemon                           Registration: Grades 3-10 for '03-'04
                                                                                                                                  school year
     football skills and techniques.      Who: Must have at least one year
                                          varsity experience                        Baseball Rookie Camp                          Director: John Fiorell & Lee Sibley
Location: Delaware Practice Fields,                                                 Date & Time: July 7-11 • 9 a.m-noon
#10 & 11                                  Cost: TBA                                 Cost: $70                                     Softball Camp
                                                                                                                                  Date & Time: July 28-Aug. 1 • 9 a.m.-noon
Who: Boys 8 through 13                    Dates & Time: June 25-29                  Registration: 6 & 7 year olds
                                                                                                                                  Cost: $70
Cost: $320-overnight, $260-               (overnight) 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m.              Director: Tom Lemon
                                                                                                                                  Registration: Grades 4-8 for '03-'04
commuters & $175-day campers              Registration: Call (302) 562-5120                                                       school year
                                                                                    Football Camp
Dates & Times: July 13-16-overnight       (302) 368-8919, or send e-mail to         Date & Time: July 7-11 • 9 a.m-noon           Directors: Terre Taylor &
and commuters; July 14-18-day             [bluehenlaxcamp@hotmail.com].             Cost: $70                                     Guy Townsend
campers ~ Overnight & day                                                           Registration: Grades 3-8 for '03-'04
                                                                                                                                  Field Hockey & Lacrosse
Registration: Call (302) 894-1611.                                                  school year
                                                                                                                                  Date & Time: July 28-Aug 1 • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
                                          Girls Lacrosse Day Camp                   Director: Vinnie Scott
                                                                                                                                  Cost: $120
                                          Location: Rullo Stadium                                                                 Registration: Grades 4-8 for '03-'04
Blue Hen Big Man Camp                                                               Basketball I Camp                             school year
                                          Who: Must have at least one year          Date & Time: July 7-11 • 6-9 p.m.
                                          experience                                                                              Director: Bill Echinger
                                                                                    Cost: $70

     he camp includes contact, while
                                          Cost: TBA                                 Registration: Grades 3-10 for '03-'04
     teaching all football skills and                                               school year                                      For information,
     techniques.                          Dates & Time: July 26-30 ~
                                                                                    Directors: John Fiorelli & Lee Sibley
                                          8:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. after care till                                                     call 738-3300 ext. 3028
Location: Delaware Practice Fields,       5:30 p.m.
#10 & 11
22     University of Delaware 2003 Summer Camps

Registration: Call (302) 562-5120,     Dates & Times: Overnight camp:                           8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., after care until     are given the opportunity to perform
(302) 368-8919, or send e-mail to      • Aug. 1-4. Check-in Aug. 1: noon-2                      5:30 p.m.                                 in game situations each day.
[bluehenlaxcamp@hotmail.com].          p.m.; camp ends at noon, Aug. 4.                         Registration: Call (302) 562-5120,        Location: UD Field House fields
                                       Day camp: • Aug. 1. Check in: noon-                      (302) 368-8919, or send e-mail to         Who: Boys & girls, ages 7
                                       2 p.m.; camp ends 8:30 p.m.                              [bluehenlaxcamp@hotmail.com].             through 15
‘Battle of the Hot Beds’               • Aug. 2-3, 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Regional Competition                   • Aug. 4, 8:30 a.m.-noon.                                                                          Cost: $170
Lacrosse Team Camp                     Registration: Deadline: July 25. Call
                                                                                                Blue Hen Elite Women’s                    Dates & Times: July 21-25 ~ 9 a.m.-
                                       (410) 392-5790 or send e-mail to                         Soccer Camp at UD                         3 p.m.

  n this competitive team camp,                                                                                                           Registration: For a brochure, call

  players represent their respective                                                                  his camp is designed for the        (302) 593-2277 or send an e-mail to
  region to determine the best area                                                                   high school player who plans        [bluehensoccer@hotmail.com].
of high school boy’s lacrosse. All     Blue Hen Elite Lacrosse Camp                                   on continuing her career in
games and competitions will have                                                                college. The camp is run by college
college coaches in attendance.
                                       Location: University of Delaware
                                                                                                coaches as if it were their team. It
                                                                                                                                          Volleyball Camp
                                       Who: Boys 9 through 12
Location: University of Delaware                                                                offers a great recruiting opportunity.

                                       Cost: $450-overnight, $325-day                                                                           he purpose of this camp is to
Who: Boys, grades 9 through 12                                                                  Location: Rullo Stadium & UD Field              help individual players improve
                                       Dates & Times: July 26-30 ~                              House fields
Cost: $450-overnight, $325-day                                                                                                                  their skills in a group
                                                                                                Who: Female high school soccer            environment, with outstanding
                                                                                                players                                   instruction from some of the top
                                                                                                Cost: $400                                collegiate coaches, high school
                                                                                                Dates & Times: July 17-20 ~               coaches and collegiate athletes.
                                                                                                Overnight                                 Location: Carpenter Sports Building
                                                                                                Registration: For a brochure, call        Who: Girls, ages 10 through18
                                                                                                (302) 593-2277 or send e-mail to          Cost: $425-overnight, $375-
                                                                                                [bluehensoccer@hotmail.com].              commuter
                                                                                                                                          Dates & Times: July 13-17 & July 20-
                                                                                                Blue Hen Soccer Camp at UD                24 ~ 8 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                          Registration: For brochures and

                                                                                                      oys and girls are taught            registration forms call (302) 838-
                                                                                                      soccer in a relaxed learning        7129 or sendi e-mail to [delaware
                                                                                                      environment. They are               volleyballcamp@hotmail.com].
                                                                                                grouped by age and skill level and

                                                                                                    EDUCATIONAL SERVICE, INC.

                Camp                     CAMP TOCKWOGH                                                                                                     2003
                                             Traditional Resident Camp for ages 8-15
               A Timeless
               Tradition of              4 Over 40 activities to sign up for each session,
                                             including; waterfront, sports, arts & crafts,
             Fun, Friendship,                drama and dance, environmental, games,
              & Adventure!                   carnivals, and Special Events
                                         4   International Staff
                                         4   Over 300 acres overlooking the
                                             Chesapeake Bay
                                           TEEN ADVENTURE TRIPS
                                                                                                      Activity themes make learning fun. Call for specifics.
      Find out more                           MEMORIAL DAY &
                                         SUMMERS END Family Camps
                                                                                                       •   Readiness Playshops             •   Math Fun-damentals
    about camp at the                     CAMP TICKWOGH                                                •   Break That Code                 •   Skill Strategies
      Girl Scouts of                     4
                                          Water Ski & Sailing Camp for 7th ~ 9th graders
                                              Learn how to sail and race on the Chesapeake
                                                                                                       •   Playing with Numbers            •   Jr. High Study Skills
     Chesapeake Bay                          In Camp and Local Yacht Club Regattas                     •   Discovery Reading               •   Advanced Reading
                                         4   Wind Surfing program
                                                                                                       •   Writer’s Workshop               •   Sr. High Study Skills
                                         4   Olympic Class Lasers used in instruction
    800-341-4007                         4   25 foot Cruiser for Spinnaker instruction
                                                                                                                • Tutoring in place of Summer School •
    www.cbgsc.org                            Instruction based on United States Sailing
                                             Association Standards                                                • All levels, K through High School •
                                         YMCA Tockwogh Camp & Conference Center is located in     • Remedial, Enriching or for Credit • Diagnostic Educational Testing •
                                          Worton, MD on the northern historic Chesapeake Bay.
    ~ positions available ~                 Financial Assistance is available. ACA accredited
                                                                                                           Call for descriptive brochure (302) 655-6283
                                         24370 Still Pond Neck Rd., Worton MD 21678
                                                tel: 410-348-6000                                  Tina Maida Masington, Director • 1701 Augustine Cut-Off, #44, Wilmington, DE
                                           web site: [www.ymcade.org]                                                      www.educationalservice.org
                                                  (click branches, then choose Tockwogh)
                                                         DAY ACADEMY
                                                            JUNE            23-27,              2003

                                 LOCATION: NEWARK HIGH SCHOOL
                                 TIME: 9 A.M.-4 P.M.
                                 BEFORE AND AFTER CARE AVAILABLE.
                                 • DESTINATION SKY & BEYOND (ENTERING 3RD OR 4TH                      GRADE)
                                 • DESTINATION SPACE (ENTERING 4TH OR 5TH GRADE)
                                 • DESTINATION FLIGHT (ENTERING 5TH OR 6TH GRADE)
                                 • DESTINATION ORBIT (ENTERING 6TH-8TH GRADE)

                                                               J U LY          6-12,            2003

                                 COST: $435
 ACADEMY     IS TO PROVIDE                     DESTINATION MOON: JULY 6-11

                                 MATERIALS, TELESCOPE BUILDING & FIELDTRIPS.
                                               DESTINATION MARS: JULY 7-12
                                 EXPERIMENTS IN A   MARS SIMULATION.
       GRADES 3-10 ARE











                                     at the
                         University of Delaware
Sign-up for new members begins April 28

    • Six-foot tube slides for children & adults •
            • Baby pool with Funbrella •
     • Snack bar & picnic area on the deck •
                  • Lounge chairs •
     • Conveniently located just off Route 896
             on UD’s Newark campus •
        • Upgraded locker-room facilities •
       • Lessons & swim team memberships
     available to pool members at nominal fees •
   For further information, call (302) 831-2868 or
visit us on the web at [www.udel.edu/outdoorpool]

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