Sunday, July 1, 2012

Local Group Kickstarts Summer Program For Area Youth

HAMILTON-- The summer is here, the sun is shining, air conditioners are burning energy, and last but not least, school is out. Instead of having area kids roam the streets with idle hands, two local community organizations have decided to come together and launch a summer enrichment camp at Hamilton Township's Bromley Center.

The Bromley Civic Association in conjunction with the S.E.A.L Academy have decided to create a program that will give youngsters something both fun to do and something positive to do while enjoying their summer break from school.

The program is scheduled to start July 9th. The program lasts 7 weeks and is designed for children in grades first to seven. The groups behind the program state that it aims to help extend and expand children's reading, writing, math, science, leadership, and learning experiences. In a press release, they go on to say that there will be a variety of cool and fun activities for the youngsters to engage in while in the program. There will be outdoor activities, creative cosmetics, and other activities according to one of the group's spokespersons.

The program includes art, botany, and chemistry fun. Children are offered free breakfast and lunch. The program costs $120 per week to attend before any discounts and deductions.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about this program, contact Dee at (609) 557-7325, or you can email her at

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