Kroc Center opens early registration for Camp Kroc Summer Day Camp Monday
QUINCY — The Kroc Center will be the of a Camp Kroc Summer Day Camp starting June 5 and ending the week of August 11. Due to increased demand, the Kroc Center will open registration on Monday, March 13.
Camp Kroc offers care to students grades K-6 and counselor training to grades 7-12, Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Parents and guardians must purchase the first week in person at The Kroc Center to complete paperwork. Additional weeks can be purchased online at KrocQuincy.org.
The camp provides an entire supervised day in a clean, safe and caring environment with trained and certified staff. Each day, campers will enjoy a hot lunch and snack, the aquatic center, interactive game room, gymnasium, engaging Bible lessons, field trips, parks, Project Wild, Mission Literacy, camp games and more.
Attendees will go on weekly field trips and experience continued education focused on agriculture, character building, health and wellness and social-emotional learning.
In a press release, youth development and outreach specialist Jakin Logsdon said, “Camp Kroc is a fun way to continue to engage children in educational activities, even while school is out for the summer. It’s always fun to watch the campers grow and expand their interests throughout the summer. Whether a child is making new friends, learning a new skill, or developing their character, there’s never a dull moment at Camp Kroc.”
The cost for Kroc Center members is $120 per week. The non-member cost is $150 per week. A discount of 50 percent off fees is offered to grades 7-12 for the counselor in training program. Scholarships and discounts are available.
For more information about Camp Kroc, email Logsdon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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