Camp De Los Niños
Dates: Sunday, August 10 to Saturday, August 16, 2008
Age Group: Youth, ages 6 to 13
Where: Santa Cruz Mountains
Camp De Los Niños is located on the San Lorenzo River near Boulder Creek in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Activities include climbing wall, swimming pool, archery, crafts, campfire, nature studies, and diabetes education. Join youth from all over California for a week of fun, educational activities and programs. Do it all while having a positive experience learning how to manage your diabetes. This is an experience that will last a lifetime.
Program Highlights: Physical activities include backpacking, field sports, volleyball, cable slide, climbing wall, archery, and swimming. In addition, there is time for quiet activities, crafts, and nature study. Some basic concepts in diabetes management and control are presented. Evening campfire programs include group singing, skits, and other fun age-appropriate activities.
Fee: $25. The camp fee includes round-trip bus transportation from the Diabetes Society office to camp, meals, cabin accommodations, camp picture, T-shirt, and diabetes education materials.
Prior to the start of camp, each camper needs to have completed the Camper Application Package, which will be sent out upon receipt of the Registration Form.
For more information about Camp De Los Niños or the CIT Program, contact:
Diabetes Society - Camp Department
1165 Lincoln Avenue, Suite 300
San Jose, CA 95125
1-800-989-1165 x121 Phone
(408) 287-3785 x121 Phone
(408) 287-2701 Fax
Last Updated: Thursday February 05, 2009 17:44:36
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