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Early Bird rates are available at Camps Tiny Feet, Soaring Stars, Racing Wind and Teen Express for those who register by Friday, April 8. iny Camp T Feet There are many fantastic reasons to sign up for Camp Racing Wind MVF Summer Camps! • Camps Soaring Stars, Racing Wind and Teen Express include weekly field trips or special events and have an extended-day Ages 4 and 5 option! • Camp Tiny Feet includes swim lessons and visiting performers. • Camps Racing Wind and Teen Express have access to a full- Ages 8 to 11 sized gymnasium • Campers receive Camp T-shirts for easy identification on all Camp Soaring Stars field trips. • Close proximity to Village amenities allows for innovative play and new experiences. • MVF day camps are certified by the State of Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. T Express een • A camper’s age on the first day of each session of camp determines eligibility. This allows children with summer birthdays to register for a different camp the session after Ages 6 to 8 they meet the age requirement of that camp. • Camp staff members have experience working with children and are certified in CPR and First Aid. • Payment plans are available to those who register for eight weeks of camp for the same participant at the same time! Ages 11 to 14 Registration for Summer Camps begins Monday, Feb. 7 Camp Tiny Feet Ages 4 and 5 Camp Tiny Feet offers a unique experience for the 4 and 5-year-old. Swim lessons, story time, crafts and fun group activities make Camp Tiny Feet a terrific program. Camp meets from 9 a.m. to noon at Whetstone Community Center. Forty-five minute swim lessons are taught four days a week. In the midst of all this fun, children acquire strong social skills and become better equipped to manage group situations. Each session will feature one special visitor with daily related activities. Campers bring their own snack except on Special Snack Day. Water shoes are encouraged for daily outside water activities (not swim lessons). Children must be toilet trained to participate in camp Tiny Feet. *Non-residents pay an additional $15 per two-week session. Session 1 June 20 to July 1 No. 4006.301 Session 3 July 18 to July 29 No. 4006.303 Tiny Feet campers start the summer off right by making lots of Summer fun continues with creative projects, swim lessons, active new friends! The morning will be filled with games, crafts, and games, a Special Snack Day and an extraordinary guest visitor. swim lessons. Tiny Feet campers will also enjoy a special visitor Campers will do arts and crafts, play both inside and outside and and a Special Snack Day. enjoy wet and wild activities! Early-bird Cost by April 8: Early-bird Cost by April 8: $199/Resident, $214/Non-resident $199/Resident, $214/Non-resident Cost beginning Monday, April 11: Cost beginning Monday, April 11: $209/Resident, $224/Non-resident $209/Resident, $224/Non-resident Session 2 July 5 to July 15 No. 4006.302 Session 4 Aug. 1 to Aug. 12 No. 4006.304 In addition to some unique visitors from the natural world, a Special Camp Tiny Feet will beat the heat with squirt bottles on the play- Snack Day and swim lessons, campers will explore nature in our ground during the final session. Summer fun will go on with the own backyard. Campers will go on a scavenger hunt, play water excitement of discovering nature! Campers will attend a great games and learn about staying fit and eating healthy. Caribbean adventure party and have a Special Snack Day. Swim No Camp on July 4. lessons continue. Early-bird Cost by April 8: Early-bird Cost by April 8: $194/Resident, $209/Non-resident $199/Resident, $214/Non-resident Cost beginning Monday, April 11: Cost beginning Monday, April 11: $204/Resident, $219/Non-resident $209/Resident, $224/Non-resident Meet and greet staff and get your camp-related questions answered at Camp Open House scheduled from 6:30 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 16 at Whetstone Community Center, 19140 Brooke Grove Court. 2011 Camp Guide and Creative Playtime Registration 2 Camp Soaring Stars Ages 6 to 8 Treat your younger child to Camp Soaring Stars which features fun and challenging activities that they want along with the close supervision and care that they still need. All of the fun and peace of mind comes with a “work-friendly” schedule (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.) and an extended-care option beginning at 8 a.m. through 6 p.m. The Stedwick Community Center is the perfect location for this age as there is a great playground, tennis courts, green space, swimming pool and air- conditioned community center to enjoy! Additionally, its proximity to the MVF Lawn Theater allows for walking trips to morning live performances. Woven throughout all four sessions of Camp Soaring Stars are games, athletics and projects designed to stimulate every child’s creativity and self esteem. Experienced staff will lead activities that challenge the mind and body while emphasizing fun and excitement! Additionally, campers will enjoy fun-filled trips, special events, swimming up to four times per week, talent shows, nature walks, treasure hunts, team-building activities and basic art instruction. Each camper will be given a camp T-shirt, and parents and caregivers will remain informed through a weekly newsletter. The icing on the cake is the ice cream party at the end of each session. Campers must bring their own non-perishable lunch each day along with closed-toe shoes designed for active play. All fees for field trips are included with registration; however, you may send additional money with your camper to spend on snacks or at gift shops. Extended-day fee is $70 per camper for Sessions 1, 3 and 4, and $65 per camper for Session 2. *Non-Village residents pay an additional $15 per child per two-week session and an additional $10 per session for extended-day. Session 1 June 20 to July 1 No. 4022.301 Session 3 July 18 to July 29 No. 4022.303 The wildly successful field trip to Pirate Adventure on the Chesa- There is no slowing this group down as they travel to the City of peake (Annapolis) is back by popular demand. Campers will learn Gaithersburg’s Bohrer Park to play some putt-putt golf and slide to look, talk and act like pirates as they set sail for sunken treasure. into the splash pool. Soaring Stars’ next adventure is to our own The next best special event to kick off 2011 features a talented Lake Whetstone for paddle boating and an included picnic lunch. magician who will be on hand to amaze and entertain. Campers Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: will also participate in Olympic Day, cosponsored by the National $285/Resident, $300/Non-resident Recreation and Parks Association. Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: $305/Resident, $320/Non-resident $285/Resident, $300/Non-resident Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: Session 4 Aug. 1 to Aug. 12 No. 4022.304 $305/Resident, $320/Non-resident The fun continues as campers play laser tag and enjoy a pizza snack at Shadowland! Camp concludes with a very special Grand Session 2 July 5 to July 15 No. 4022.302 Finale party with a special guest performer! We’re keeping our Following the MVF Independence Day Celebration, where staff professional entertainer’s name a secret, but we promise that will lead campers as a group in the parade, it’s a classic trip to among the sweet treats, dance music and carnival games, a great Mt. Airy Duck Pin Bowling followed by a sweet treat at Jimmie time is guaranteed for all! Cone! Next up Reptiles Alive visits our facility for exciting fun Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: with live reptiles. Reptiles Alive has performed at many prestigious $285/Resident, $300/Non-resident festivals including First Night Alexandria. Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: No camp July 4. $305/Resident, $320/Non-resident Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: $280/Resident, $295/Non-resident Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: Meet the staff, ask questions and see the $300/Resident, $315/Non-resident facilities at the Camp Open House on Thursday, June 16 from 7:15 to 7:45 p.m. at Stedwick Community Center 10401 Stedwick Road. 2011 Camp Guide and Creative Playtime Registration 3 2011 Camp Guide and Creative Playtime Registration 4 DIVINE LANDSCAPING, INC Laytonsville, MD We have the solutions for all your outdoor needs Hardscapes ask about our • Patios • Walkways WINTER • Retaining Walls STORM DAMAG • Stone Work clean-up servic E es Landscape Design and Build Plant Selection • Water Features • Lighting Free Estimates 301-252-3917 MHIC Lic. 79864 Arborist Lic. MA 0153A Other Services Clean-ups, Mulching, Mowing Contracts, Decks, Trellises, Outdoor Carpentry, Drainage, Erosion Control, Grading, Fences, Excavation, Arbor Care Services www.divinelandscaping.com 2011 Camp Guide and Creative Playtime Registration 5 Camp Racing Wind Ages 8 to 11 Camp Racing Wind meets at Lake Marion Community Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with an extended-day option available from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Camp is focused on entertaining and challenging your camper this summer. Campers will go on two exciting field trips each session and participate in a wide range of activities, including games, sports and arts and crafts. We’ll also spend up to four afternoons per week at the Lake Marion pool. Be sure to pick up our weekly newsletter for information on special activities and weekly themes. Campers will need to bring their own non-perishable lunch each day. All fees for field trips, including admission and transportation, are included in the registration fee. However, you may send additional money along with your child for extras such as snacks and gift shops. On our long field trip to Kings Dominion, you will need to send money with your child for dinner. Extended-day fee is $70 per camper for Sessions 1, 3, and 4, Session 3 July 18 to July 29 No. 4005.303 and $65 per camper for Session 2. Nothing cools down hot summer days better than cool trips! On Non-Village residents pay an additional $10 per session for our first trip, campers will head to Camden Yards to watch the extended-day. Baltimore Orioles take on the Tampa Bay Rays in a day game. Our second trip is a camper favorite—we’re headed to Splash Down Session 1 June 20 to July 1 No. 4005.301 Water Park! Campers can shoot down water slides, drift on the Summer’s here, so start it off right with a fun-filled first two weeks lazy river, tackle the log walk or hop on the lily pads. Campers at Camp Racing Wind! This is the first opportunity for campers to will return at approximately 5 p.m. on the day of the Orioles trip. check out the gym, pool and other areas at Lake Marion with crazy Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: group games, as well as arts and crafts. During the first week, $285/Resident, $300/Non-resident campers will enjoy a fun day at Lake Whetstone where we’ll ride Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: paddle boats and have a picnic. Week two of this session features $305/Resident, $320/Non-resident a new trip to an Adventure Course! We’ll ride in an OGO ball, have fun making tree house zips, playing in the bumper boats and Session 4 Aug. 1 to Aug. 12 No. 4005.304 much more. This is sure to be a new favorite trip! We’re ending the summer with a bang! Two very popular trips Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: combine to make an outstanding session of camp! On our first $285/Resident, $300/Non-resident trip, campers will enjoy a fun-filled extended-day trip to Kings Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: Dominion. This is a fun trip that is enjoyed by everyone. Our $305/Resident, $320/Non-resident second trip is back by popular demand! For the final week of the summer, we will spend the day at Cascade Lake where campers Session 2 July 5 to July 15 No. 4005.302 can beat the heat while swimming in a six-acre lake with slides, Our first field trip for this session is a great way to start off the ﬂoating docks, spray park and plenty of fun. Campers will return summer. We roll out the fun at Bowl America, then head to Jim- at approximately 10:30 p.m. on the day of the Kings Dominion trip. mie Cone for a cool treat on a hot day. Our second field trip takes Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: us to Beaver Dam Swim Club. Campers can swim in a marble $285/Resident, $300/Non-resident quarry, take a turn on the rope swing, play volleyball or basketball, Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: or swim in one of the pools. There’s a lot to do on this fun trip! $305/Resident, $320/Non-resident No camp on July 4. Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: $280/Resident, $295/Non-resident Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: $300/Resident, $315/Non-resident Meet and greet staff and get your camp-related questions answered at our Camp Open House: 8 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, June 16 Lake Marion Community Center 8821 East Village Avenue 2011 Camp Guide and Creative Playtime Registration 6 Teen Express Ages 11 to 14 Teen Express features creative and challenging fun for your older camper this summer. This camp meets at Lake Marion Community Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with an extended-day option of 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Each week is filled with fun projects and lots of games, sports, and activities. We’ll also spend up to four afternoons at the Lake Marion pool. In addition, each week we’ll go on an exciting field trip! Sessions are one-week in length in order to provide busy teens with maximum ﬂexibility to participate in camp when they want to. Be sure to check out our weekly newsletter for details on field trips, along with other special activities. Campers will need to bring their own non-perishable lunch each day. All fees for field trips, including admission and transportation, are included in the registration fee. However, you may send additional money along with your child for extras such as snacks and gift shops. On long field trips, you will need to send money with your child for dinner. Extended-day fee is $20 per camper for weeks 1, 2, and 4 through 8; $15 for week 3. Non-Village residents pay an additional $10 per week for extended-day. Week 1 June 20 to June 24 No. 4004.301 Week 5 July 18 to July 22 No. 4004.305 Come and join Teen Express as we kick off the summer! We’re taking This week, we’re off to watch the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards! two trips this week. First, we’ll head to Shadowland to play Laser The O’s take on the Tampa Bay Rays in a day game that’s filled with Tag. Campers will get a chance to play against their friends and the fun for campers. Campers will return at approximately 5 p.m. on the counselors! Later that week, we’ll head to Lake Whetstone for a day day of the trip. of fun with paddle boat rides, beach volleyball, and a picnic. Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: $145/Resident, $155/Non-resident $140/Resident, $150/Non-resident Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: $156/Resident, $166/Non-resident $151/Resident, $161/Non-resident Week 6 July 25 to July 29 No. 4004.306 Week 2 June 27 to July 1 No. 4004.302 Stay cool this week on one of our favorite trips! We’re headed to Splash We’ve had fun, so we’re going back to Harper’s Ferry to go Tubing Down Water Park where campers will splash around the pool, shoot on the Potomac River! We’ll hit some class I to class III rapids as down the water slides and enjoy the lazy river during a fun-filled day. we head down the river with our tubes and life jackets. Guides from a Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: professional, long-standing company will show us the way down the $160/Resident, $170/Non-resident river. Campers will return at approximately 5 p.m. on the day of the trip. Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: $171/Resident, $181/Non-resident $195/Resident, $205/Non-resident Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: Week 7 Aug. 1 to Aug. 5 No. 4004.307 $206/Resident, $216/Non-resident This is what campers are waiting for … a riveting day of excitement, surprise and good old fun at Paramount’s Kings Dominion! This trip Week 3 July 5 to July 8 No. 4004.303 is sure to fill up quickly, as campers anxiously await this week! It’s an Teen Express is taking a new trip this week to an Adventure Course! adventure that no one will forget! Campers will return at approximately We’ll ride in an OGO ball, have fun making tree house zips, playing in 10:30 p.m. on the day of the trip. the bumper boats and much more. This is sure to be a new favorite trip! Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: No camp on July 4. $235/Resident, $245/Non-resident Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: $180/Resident, $190/Non-resident $246/Resident, $256/Non-resident Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: $191/Resident, $201/Non-resident Week 8 Aug. 8 to Aug. 12 No. 4004.308 This trip is our favorite way to end the summer when we take a swim- Week 4 July 11 to July 15 No. 4004.304 ming venture to Cascade Lake. This much loved trip is a favorite of Don’t miss one of the favorite BIG extended-day trips to awesome campers and staff where we can beat the heat while swimming in a Hershey Park! This is sure to be a day of excitement filled with rides, six-acre lake with slides, ﬂoating docks, a spray park and plenty of fun. roller coasters, chocolate and great times to be had by all! Campers Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: will return at approximately 10 p.m. on the day of the trip. $160/Resident, $170/Non-resident Early Bird Cost by Friday, April 8: Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: $220/Resident, $230/Non-resident $171/Resident, $181/Non-resident Cost beginning on Monday, April 11: $231/Resident, $241/Non-resident Camp Open House: Thursday, June 16 from 8 to 8:30 p.m. Lake Marion Community Center, 8821 East Village Avenue 2011 Camp Guide and Creative Playtime Registration 7 Counselor-In-Training Program (C.I.T.) Ages 14 and older Volunteering as a Counselor-In-Training at summer day camp or as an aide at swim lessons is a great way for adolescents and young adults to develop new skills, make new friends, fulfill the Student Service Learning requirement and even help shape their ideas about goals for the future. Each summer the Montgomery Village Foundation Department of Recreation, Parks and Culture operates a Counselor-In-Training (C.I.T.) program in conjunction with four day camps, North Creek Drop-In Center and Swim Lesson Program. Successful candidates must be 14 years old on the first day of each session to volunteer at camps Tiny Feet, Soaring Stars, Racing Wind, North Creek Drop-In Center and the Swim Lesson program. C.I.T.’s must be 15 years of age to volunteer at Camp Teen Express. To be considered for a C.I.T. position, candidates must submit an application by Monday, April 25. The form can be obtained at the MVF Office, 10120 Apple Ridge Road, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or online at www.mont gomeryvillage.com; from the RECREATION & EVENTS menu, choose 2011 Summer Camp Guide, then CIT Application. Eligible candidates will be invited to a group interview in May. If selected, C.I.T.’s must make a minimum commitment of at least three days per week during each session that they participate and attend training on before camp is scheduled to begin. Participants are responsible for completing the required paperwork with their schools if they wish to obtain SSL hours. Space is limited, and the positions fill up quickly. For additional information, contact Jana Serlo at 301-948-0110, ext. 2334 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Fees are per person, per session and are due by Friday, June 10. Camp Tiny Feet – $25/Resident, $35/Non-resident Camp Soaring Stars and Racing Wind – $65/Resident, $75/Non-resident Camp Teen Express - $45/Resident, $55/Non-resident North Creek Drop-In and Swim Lesson program – free of charge Capital Dentistry Serving Montgomery Village Residents General Dentistry and Dental Implants for the entire family Ask about We accept most insurance senior/ retired “se habla español” discount 19644 Clubhouse Road, #810 Montgomery Village We love children! 301-740-7500 2011 Camp Guide and Creative Playtime Registration 8 Register Today! $20 off LIMITED TIME OFFER 36-hour course 2011 Camp Guide and Creative Playtime Registration 9 Preschool-Age Programs (Fall Session) Creative Playtime (for ages 3 and 4): MVF’s recreational and supplementary educational programs for pre-school age children held at Whetstone Community Center, under the direction of Kathi Hufnagel, are a great way to enhance your child’s social, emotional and physical development. Your child will explore the excitement of music, drama, movement, crafts, nature and playtime throughout the school year. Creative Playtime 3’s is an introductory preschool age recreational program intended to provide three-year-olds with a gentle atmo- sphere of acceptance where children can develop social, emotional and physical skills without pressure. Using tools such as colors, shapes, numbers, the calendar and the weather, children are exposed to basic skills essential to school success. Creative Playtime 4’s provides an atmosphere that allows more time to delve into subjects of interest. Activities based on themes, which include lessons involving cooking, science, math, language enrichment, art, music, literature and social studies, help children develop the cognitive, physical and social skills essential to kindergarten success. • Registration fee includes a $25 non-refundable administrative fee. • Children must be completely toilet-trained the first day of class. • Children must be three years for the Creative Playtime 3’s, and four years for the Creative Playtime 4’s by Sept. 1, 2011. Birth certificate must be shown at registration. • All supplies are included. Creative Playtime 3’s Creative Playtime 4’s No. 4008.401 No. 4008.402 Tuesdays and Thursdays Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Sept. 6 to Dec. 13 Sept. 7 to Dec. 14 9 a.m. to noon 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. $492/Resident or $123 due at Registration; $123 due $844/Resident or $211 due at Registration; $211 due Sept. 1, Oct. 1 and Nov. 1 Sept. 1 and Oct. 1 and Nov. 1 $520/Non-resident or $130 due at Registration; $880/Non-resident or $220 due at Registration; $130 due Sept. 1, Oct. 1 and Nov. 1 $220 due Sept. 1, Oct. 1 and Nov. 1 No class Sept. 29 and Nov. 24 No class Oct. 21, Oct. 31, Nov. 23 and Nov. 25 Challenger British Soccer Camp Ages 5 to 14 Challenger British Soccer instructional clinics are the fastest growing soccer program in the United States. The winning formula that they bring to the pitch includes professional soccer coaches from the UK, fun drills that hold the attention of youngsters and valuable promotions. Every participant receives a soccer ball and T-shirt, and if you register online at www.challengersports.com by Friday, July 1, you will also receive a free soccer jersey. Camp runs from Monday, Aug. 15 through Friday, Aug. 19. Families can obtain a significant discount and obtain a wonderful cultural-learning experience by hosting a coach in their home for the week. Contact Ed Kallas at 301-948-0110, ext. 2338 for details. First Kicks Program Mini Soccer Program Half Day Program Full Day Program No. 4024.304 No. 4024.305 No. 4024.301 No. 4024.302 Ages 3 and 4 Ages 5 and 6 Ages 5 to 14 Ages 9 to 14 9 to 10 a.m. 10:15 to 11:45 a.m. 9 a.m. to noon 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. $84/Resident $102/Resident $129/Resident $185/Resident $94/Non-resident $112/Non-resident $139/Non-resident $195/Non-resident Location: Patsy Huson Ball Field, 20300 Fulks Farm Road (Lake Marion Community Center, 8821 East Village Avenue in case of inclement weather) 2011 Camp Guide and Creative Playtime Registration 10 Registration Information How to Register Registration for Montgomery Village Foundation (MVF) summer camps and the Fall 2011 Creative Playtime programs begins Monday, Feb. 7 and continues until the programs are filled. A program will be cancelled if there is not sufficient registration two days prior to the start of the program. Register: • In person at the MVF Office, 10120 Apple Ridge Road, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. • By mail to MVF, 10120 Apple Ridge Road, Montgomery Village, MD 20886-1000. Please use the Activity Registration Form found on page 9 of this insert. Be sure to include participant’s name, address, telephone numbers, birth date, name/number code of activity and check made payable to MVF or all relevant credit card information (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). • After hours registration may be dropped off in the locked drop box located in the parking lot of the MVF Office. Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted. • Phone and faxed registrations are accepted with payment by credit card (Visa or MasterCard)—Phone: 301-948-0110; Fax: 301-990-7071. Important Facts about Registration • Program registration is complete once staff has verified an opening in the session and when a receipt has been issued to the registrant. Due to state regulations, which are set for the children’s safety, there are no exceptions to campers being the required age on the first day of camp. • Full payment is due at the time of registration. However, for those who register for all sessions of any MVF camp at the same time, a deposit equal to the cost of half of those sessions will hold a space(s) at camp. All camp fees must be paid in full by Friday, May 13. If final payment is not received by the due date, your camper’s place may be offered to someone on the waiting list. NOTE: There is a $35 charge for returned checks. • All camper-related forms are due Friday, May 13. State code requires MVF to maintain these forms on location whenever camp is in session. Accordingly, children will not be admitted to any MVF camp until those documents are received and reviewed by MVF staff. • MVF camps are offered exclusively in pre-determined one-week (Teen Express), or two-week (Tiny Feet, Soaring Stars, Racing Wind) sessions. Prospective campers may only register for the sessions that are offered by MVF, regardless of how many days they plan on attending the camp(s) Camp Refund Policy Except in the case of sudden illness, cancellations/requests for refund must be received in writing and prior to the first day of the camp session in question in order to be considered. Refunds will be made only under the following circumstances: 1. Cancellation of a program by MVF. 2. Extended illness (doctor’s certificate required). 3. Permanent relocation of participant out of Montgomery Village. 4. Failure to meet camp/class prerequisites. 5. Changes made to the meeting time/location by MVF which prohibit participant’s attendance. Refund requests which are based on personal reasons, including vacationing, will only be granted if MVF is able to fill the requestor’s spot in his or her camp with another paying participant. Absolutely no refunds will be granted once half of the program session has been concluded—no exceptions. Except in the case that MVF cancels or changes the time/location of a program, a $25 non-refundable deposit included in the registration fee will be held by MVF in the event that a refund is granted. Inter/Intra-Camp Transfers Requests from participants to transfer from one MVF camp to another MVF camp or to a different session of the same MVF camp will be accommodated if there are openings available. A $10 fee will be charged for this service. For further information, please call 301-948-0110, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 2011 Camp Guide and Creative Playtime Registration 11 (for ages 3 and 4) MVF’s recreational and supplementary educa- tional programs for pre-school age children held at Whetstone Community Center, under the direction of Kathi Hufnagel, are a great way to enhance your child’s social, emotional and physical de- velopment. Your child will explore the excitement of music, drama, movement, crafts, nature and playtime throughout the school year. See page 10 for details.
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