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Camp Aurora Fort Worth
American Diabetes Association Camp Aurora is a day camp held at Lockheed Martin Recreation Association in Fort Worth, Texas. The program offers an exciting week of outdoor activities while learning valuable lessons on positive diabetes management. Camp promotes self-confidence, independence and peer support. Youth ages 13 -17 have an opportunity to become Counselors-In-Training (CIT) under the supervision of adult counselors.

Camp Dates: June 11-15, 2007
Camper Ages: 5 - 12
Camp Fees: $40 ADA Members; $60 Non Members; CITs attend free
Contact: Richelle Hicks at 817-332-7110, x-6110 or email rhicks@diabetes.org


Camp Rainbow
The mission of Camp Rainbow is to promote self-confidence, independence, and peer support for children with diabetes and their families. This is done by encouraging education and proper management of their diabetes while continually enhancing an already spectacular camping experience.

Camp Rainbow is a day camp held Monday-Friday at YMCA Camp Pine Tree in Spring, Texas. Campers are able to experience traditional camping activities like horseback riding, swimming, and arts and crafts. Campers will also learn valuable skills in caring for their diabetes. Camp Rainbow is for children with diabetes and their siblings ages 4-13. Teens ages 14-17 may attend as counselors-in-training.

Camp Dates: July 9-13, 2007
Camper Ages: 4-13
Camp Fees: ADA Member-$75, Non-Member-$125, CIT-$50
Contact: Tala Lopez at 713-977-7706 x-6081 or 888-342-2383, or email tlopez@diabetes.org.


Camp New Horizons North
American Diabetes Association Camp New Horizons North is a day camp for children with diabetes and their siblings. The program offers an exciting week of outdoor activities such as swimming, fishing and karate while learning valuable lessons on positive diabetes management. Camp concludes on Friday with a field day and a family picnic.

Camp promotes self-confidence, independence and peer support. Youth ages 13 -17 have an opportunity to become Counselors-In-Training under the supervision of adult counselors.

Camp Dates: June 4-8, 2007
Camper Ages: 4 - 12
Camp Fees: $100 ADA Members; $120 Non Members; fee is waived for CITs; scholarships are available.
Contact: Sherry Hill at 1-888 -342-2383, extension 6097


Camp New Horizons South
American Diabetes Association Camp New Horizons South is a day camp at the Cedar Canyon Dude Ranch in Lancaster. The program offers an exciting week of outdoor activities such as swimming, fishing and karate while learning valuable lessons on positive diabetes management. Camp promotes self-confidence, independence and peer support. Camp concludes on Friday with a field day and a family picnic.

Camp promotes self-confidence, independence and peer support. Youth ages 13 -17 have an opportunity to become Counselors-In-Training under the supervision of adult counselors.

June 18-22, 2007
Camper Ages: 4 - 12
Camp Fees: $100 ADA Members; $120 Non Members; fee is waived for CITs; scholarships are available
Contact: Sherry Hill at 1-888 -342-2383, extension 6097



                 
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