MAKE MEMORIESBUILD FRIENDSHIPSSummer Camp Guide 2021EASTERN DISTRICTYMCA OF CENTRAL NEW YORK
YMCA OF CENTRAL NEW YORK / EASTERN DISTRICT / 2021 SUMMER CAMP GUIDECONTACT INFORMATIONCounselor-In-Training Leadership ProgramNoelle Downey - email@example.com(315) 637-2025 x230Hal Welsh East Area Family YMCA CampsLindsey Williams, (Preschool Ages)- firstname.lastname@example.orgSamantha Burgess, (School Age)- email@example.comNoelle Downey, (Tweens)- firstname.lastname@example.org(315) 637-2025 x231Tennis Camps (Manlius YMCA)Paul Laurie - email@example.com(315) 637-4777 x206Manlius YMCA CampsMiranda Jefferds - firstname.lastname@example.org(315) 692-4777 x204Art Camps & DanceSue Ji Yong - email@example.com(315) 637-2025 x216Inclusion SupportLaura Mangano-Smith - firstname.lastname@example.org(315) 637-2025 x211CAMP DATESJune 28th - September 3rdFull-Day Camp: 9:00am - 4:00pmHalf-Day Camp: 9:00am - 12:00pmExtended Care Options Available:AM Care: 25/week - 7:00am - 9:00amPM Care: 25/week - 4:00pm - 6:00pm*Note: Some camps only run specific weeks of summer- see inside for more details.REGISTRATION BEGINS JANUARY 20, 20211. Go to ymcacny.org/myaccount If you are a YMCA of Central New York member, log in or follow the steps to find your account. If you have not been a YMCA of Central New York member, you will need to create an online account.2. Click the “Programs” icon with the picture of a basketball.3. Click “Summer Camp” category4. Filter Location (Hal Welsh East Area Family YMCA, Manlius YMCA, Camp Evergreen)5. Under “Programs that matched your search,” click on the appropriate program name6. Click on the sessions you would like to register for7. Click “Register”8. Click on the “Child”9. Answer the questionnaire and click “Next”10. Click the blue box “ADD MORE PROGRAMS” if you are registering for another program for that child (Example: AM Care or PMCare) or another child. Repeat steps 3-9 until completed. Second Child Discounts will be added by the camp office.11. Click “Pay” and proceed to registration fee paymentHAL WELSH EAST AREA FAMILY YMCA200 Towne DriveFayetteville, NY 13066(315) 637-2025MANLIUS YMCA140 West Seneca StreetManlius, NY 13104(315) 692-4777ymcacny.org
YMCA OF CENTRAL NEW YORK / EASTERN DISTRICT / 2021 SUMMER CAMP GUIDEAT THE Y, STRENGTHENINGCOMMUNITY IS OUR CAUSE.MissionTo put Christian Principles into practice through programs thatbuild healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.Character DevelopmentLike all Y youth programming, activities at summer camppromote the values of Honesty, Respect, Responsibility, andCaring. It is the goal of the camp staff to foster and recognizethese values throughout the camping experience.Camp StaffCamp counselors are enthusiastic individuals who arecommitted to providing a safe, diverse, and fun program for allcampers. We screen, interview, and select all camp staff basedon their ability to work effectively with children. Before thestart of camp, all staff undergo trainings which include camppolicies and procedures, emergency and safety regulations,child abuse prevention, behavior management, and creativeage-appropriate programming. At least one CPR, Respondingto Emergencies (full-day camps), and First Aid certified staff iswith each camp at all times.Inclusion Support ServicesThrough our partnership with AccessCNY, the Y is able toprovide an inclusive summer camp experience to children of allabilities. Support counselors are available for all summer campprograms to individuals who qualify.* Support counselors arelimited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Eachchild who qualifies can receive 2 weeks of support.*To be eligible for services through the Y, an individual musthave qualifying documentation through the Office for Peoplewith Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) and meet our grantguidelines.Please contact Laura Mangano-Smith:(315) 637-2025 x211 or email@example.comAccreditationOnondaga County Health DepartmentDivision of Environmental HealthJohn H. Mulroy Civic Center 12th Floor421 Montgomery StreetSyracuse, NY 13202Telephone: (315) 435-6617
YMCA OF CENTRAL NEW YORK / EASTERN DISTRICT / 2021 SUMMER CAMP GUIDELEADERSHIP PROGRAMSART CAMPS (HALF-DAY)COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING (CIT)MINI-ARTISTS & ATHLETESHal Welsh East Area Family YMCA & Manlius YMCAAges 13-15Monday - Friday; 9:00am - 4:00pmThe YMCA CIT program is a supervised leadership developmentprogram that allows teens to develop their leadership skillsby assisting with various summer camps, and learning moreabout what it means to work as a group to accomplish tasks asa team. The programs request a commitment of at least 3 weeksthroughout the summer to ensure desired skills are learned andpracticed. 20 Administration Fee/Week 130 Member/Week 150 Youth Member/Week 170 Non-Member/WeekHal Welsh East Area Family YMCAAges 3-5Monday - Friday; 9:00am -12:00pmWeek 0: June 21 - June 25Let your “mini-artist” explore a variety of materials, processes,and tools in the Art Studio, and then get athletic in the gym withage-appropriate sports and games. Camp focuses on buildingmotor and social skills while getting creative and active! 20 Administration Fee/Week 122 Member/Week 142 Youth Member/Week 162 Non-Member/WeekDANCE CAMPManlius YMCAAges 4-7Monday - Thursday; 9:00am -12:00pmWeek 3: July 12 - 15Week 4: July 19 - 22Week 5: July 26 - 29Perfect for the little ones who love to express themselves! Yourchild will be active while learning the foundations of multipledance forms. 20 Administration Fee/Week 117 Member/Week 137 Youth Member/Week 157 Non-Member/WeekHALF-DAY ART CAMPStone Quarry Hill Art ParkAges 6-14Monday - Friday; 9:00am - 12:00pmWeek 3: July 12 - 16Week 4: July 19 - 23Week 5: July 26 - 30Week 6: August 2 - 6Stone Quarry Hill Art Park is an experimental landscape offering104 acres of outdoor art, hiking trails, meadows, and forests. Inpartnership with The Art Park, this unique camp includes formalart instruction inspired by sculpture and nature. We offer acreative mix of arts media, free art play, collaborative projects,and exploration of nature. 20 Administration Fee/Week 135 Member/Week 155 Youth Member/Week 175 Non-Member/Week
YMCA OF CENTRAL NEW YORK / EASTERN DISTRICT / 2021 SUMMER CAMP GUIDEART CAMPS (FULL-DAY)SUMMER DAY CAMPSALL FULL-DAY ART CAMPS: 20 Administration Fee/Week 220 Member/Week 250 Youth Member/Week 270 Non-Member/WeekWeek 1: June 28 - July 2; Theme: Holiday ExtravaganzaWeek 2: July 5 - 9; Theme: Outdoor ExplorersWeek 3: July 12 - 16; Theme: Lego WeekWeek 4: July 19 - 23; Theme: ChoppedWeek 5: July 26 - 30; Theme: Super ScienceWeek 6: August 2 - 6; Theme: CarnivalWeek 7: August 9 - 13; Theme: Media WeekWeek 8: August 16 - 20; Theme: Get MessyWeek 9: August 23 - 27; Theme: Ninja WarriorINDOOR ART CAMPHal Welsh East Area Family YMCAAges 6-12Monday - Friday; 9:00am - 4:00pmWeek 1: June 28 - July 2; Theme: America the BeautifulWeek 2: July 5 - 9; Theme: Animal ArtWeek 3: July 12 - 16; Theme: Famous ArtistsWeek 4: July 19 - 23; Theme: Science and Art Collide!Week 5: July 26 - 30; Theme: Unconventional MaterialsWeek 6: August 2 - 6; Theme: Nature ArtWeek 7: August 9 - 13; Theme: Around the WorldWeek 8: August 16 - 20; Theme: Patterns and PuzzlesYour budding artist will blossom in the Art Studio this summer!Camps are designed to cover a breadth of materials whilebuilding creative thinking, fine motor and social skills. Swimtime and outdoor time daily when possible. Different themesand projects each week.OUTDOOR ART CAMPCamp EvergreenAges 6-12Week 9: August 23 - 27Week 10: August 30 - September 3Let your young artist enjoy the best of both worlds- Atraditional camp experience including activities like boating,swimming, and rock climbing while also getting immersed inthe arts. A variety of artistic mediums and processes will beexplored.TEEN ART SPECIALTY CAMPSLocation Depends on WeekAges 10-16Week 4: July 19 - 23; Focus: PhotographyHal Welsh East Area Family YMCAWeek 5: July 26 - 30; Focus: Ceramics & Wheel ThrowingHal Welsh East Area Family YMCAWeek 9: August 23 - 27; PhotographyCamp EvergreenWeekly topics include Photography and Ceramics. Studentswill spend at least half of their day immersed in the medium ofthe week, and the rest of their time on general art projects andcamp activities.PRESCHOOL PROGRAMHal Welsh East Area Family YMCAAges 3-4Monday - Friday; 9:00am -4:00pmAM & PM Care Options AvailableOur smaller campers will enjoy this introduction to summercamps through explorations and summer learning. Thispreschool camp includes water day, wacky dress up days, andthemed activities that have them learning throughout thesummer and prepping for back to school time! 20 Administration Fee/Week 210 Member/Week 230 Youth Member/Week 250 Non-Member/WeekSCHOOL AGE PROGRAMHal Welsh East Area Family YMCA & Manlius YMCAAges 5-9 (Hal Welsh East Area Family Y); Ages 5-12(Manlius Y)Monday - Friday; 9:00am -4:00pmAM & PM Care Options AvailableEnjoy some summer fun indoors! Each week there is a funsummer theme planned. Also this year, each week will havesome added fun with Tie Dye Tuesdays, Camp Store Thursdays,and Special Dress-up Fridays. 20 Administration Fee/Week 205 Member/Week 225 Youth Member/Week 245 Non-Member/WeekTWEEN PROGRAMHal Welsh East Area Family YMCAAges 10-12Monday - Friday; 9:00am -4:00pmAM & PM Care Options AvailableOur older campers will enjoy our theme weeks specificallydesigned for their interests- cooking, exploring the worldof STEM, and so much more. We will also be having Tie DyeTuesdays, Camp Store Thursdays, and Special Dress-up Fridays. 20 Administration Fee/Week 205 Member/Week 225 Youth Member/Week 245 Non-Member/Week
YMCA OF CENTRAL NEW YORK / EASTERN DISTRICT / 2021 SUMMER CAMP GUIDETENNIS CAMPSAT MANLIUS YMCAFrom beginners to competitive players, we have a camp foryou. Whether you are just learning to play or need to furtherdevelop match play strategies, this is the place for you. Full-dayand Half-Day camps are available. These camps will be heldoutdoors, weather permitting.ALL TENNIS CAMPS: 20 Administration Fee/Week 214 Member/Week 251 Youth Member/Week 289 Non-Member/WeekRACQUET ROOKIESAges 6-12Morning Session: Monday - Thursday; 9:00am - 12:00pmAfternoon Session: Monday - Thursday; 1:00pm - 4:00pmWeek 1: June 28 - July 1Week 2: July 5 - 8Week 3: July 12 - 15Week 4: July 19 - 22Week 5: July 26 - 29Week 6: August 2 - 5Week 7: August 9 - 12Week 8: August 16 - 19Week 9: August 23 - 26Tennis sized right for age and ability lets kids play on shortercourts with appropriately sized racquets and slower, lowerbouncing balls. Participants will be broken up into groups basedon age and/or ability.INTERMEDIATE CHALLENGERSAges 12-16Morning Session: Monday - Thursday; 9:00am - 12:00pmAfternoon Session: Monday - Thursday; 1:00pm - 4:00pmWeek 1: June 28 - July 1Week 2: July 5 - 8Week 3: July 12 - 15Week 4: July 19 - 22Week 5: July 26 - 29Week 6: August 2 - 5Week 7: August 9 - 12Week 8: August 16 - 19Week 9: August 23 - 26For intermediate players who have taken tennis classes/lessonsbefore and are now ready to improve their tennis skills. We willwork on court positioning and match strategy to help improveyour overall game.POWER HITTERSAges 12-17Morning Session: Monday - Thursday; 9:00am - 12:00pmAfternoon Session: Monday - Thursday; 1:00pm - 4:00pmWeek 1: June 28 - July 1Week 2: July 5 - 8Week 3: July 12 - 15Week 4: July 19 - 22Week 5: July 26 - 29Week 6: August 2 - 5Week 7: August 9 - 12Week 8: August 16 - 19Week 9: August 23 - 26Intermediate and more advanced players will improvetechnique, learn new strategies, and play matches.Players will be coached by experienced staff and supervised bya certified professional.Daily Schedule (shown as morning session)9:00 - 9:30am Dynamic Warm Up/Fitness9:30 - 10:00am Serves / Return of Serve10:00 - 10:45am Stroke Development10:45 - 11:00am Snack Break11:00 - 12:00pm Games/Matchplay
Week 2: July 5 - 9; Theme: Outdoor Explorers Week 3: July 12 - 16; Theme: Lego Week Week 4: July 19 - 23; Theme: Chopped Week 5: July 26 - 30; Theme: Super Science Week 6: August 2 - 6; Theme: Carnival Week 7: August 9 - 13; Theme: Media Week Week 8: August 16 - 20; Theme: Get Messy Week 9: August 23 - 27; Theme
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