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Food Drive

Camps ‘R’ Us Food Drive 2021 Fighting Childhood Hunger on Long Island with Camps ‘R’ Us Overview Camps ‘R’ Us, in partnership with Long Island Cares, the Harry Chapin Food Bank, and Adventureland’s Helping Hands Foundation, is sponsoring a food drive at its eleven campuses to raise awareness and help Long Islanders who are living with food insecurity. In addition to an already overwhelming

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Soccer Clinics

Overview We are pleased to continue our partnership with Soccer Shots®, who will continue to facilitate educational soccer clinics for our campers this summer! Our program includes 6 weeks of instruction from professional Soccer Shots® coaches, featuring a developmentally appropriate curriculum that emphasizes character development and skill building. Soccer Shots® is the premier Children’s Soccer Experience, and its mission is clear – we aim to positively impact children’s lives.

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Family Fun Day

Join us on Sunday, September 26, 2021 for a fun-filled day! All campers, parents, staff and alumni are invited to our Fall Family Fun Day! The Particulars Sunday, September 26, 2021 11 AM to 4 PM Camps ‘R’ Us Hicksville Holy Family Field (behind the school) 17 Fordham Avenue Hicksville, New York WE NEED VOLUNTEERS! Service hours will be provided 9 AM to 5 PM.

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Dance Fitness

Overview Our newly redesigned dance fitness program, powered by Kerboomkidz,  brings creative dance, fitness, and leadership programs to  Campers to help them keep engaged and energized throughout the camp season. KerboomKidz is an energetic and challenging dance exercise program designed for Campers of all ages and abilities, and it is a great way for students to engage in a high energy dance fitness class

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Coming 2018 – Field Trip to the Moon!

Camps ‘R’ Us is pleased to announce a brand new field trip for summer 2018… a field trip to the moon! Available at all campuses, this bonus trip will be offered to all age groups with parent permission and enrollment in the NASA junior astronaut training program. Campers will travel to the moon first-class via a modified SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, and will enjoy

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