QUINCY — The Kroc Center will host its annual Camp Kroc Summer Day Camp starting June 6 and ending the week of August 12.
Camp Kroc offers care to students grades K-6 and counselor in training to grades 7-12 from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Registration is open. Parents and guardians need to visit The Kroc Center for the first week of registration; after registering at the facility, additional weeks can be purchased online at KrocQuincy.org.
The camp provides an entire supervised day in a clean and safe environment with trained and certified staff. Each day campers enjoy swimming, playing at the park, hanging out in the game room, music classes, interactive Bible lessons and sports or games in the gym. Campers also will go on weekly field trips and experience continued education focused on agriculture, character building, health and wellness and social-emotional learning.
“Camp Kroc is a great way for kids to remain active during the summer months,” youth development and outreach specialist Jakin Logsdon said in a press release. “We have so many great activities planned each week. We enjoy facilitating activities the children are interested in and love to do while also providing opportunities to learn about new subjects and try new activities.”
The cost for Kroc Center members is $120 per week. Non-member cost is $150 per week, and 50 percent fees are offered to grades 7-12 for the Counselor in Training Program. Scholarships and discounts are available to those who qualify.
If you’d like to know more about Camp Kroc, email Logsdon at email@example.com.
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