Chase Summer Recreation Program set to go

The Chase Summer Recreation Program is back and they have a summer packed with activities planned.

The Chase Summer Recreation Program is back and they have a summer packed with activities planned.

The day camp runs from Monday to Friday with drop-off between 8 and 9 a.m. and pick-up between 3 and 4 p.m.

Parents can pick out their favourite themed days to send their child or enroll them for the entire summer. Whatever you choose, be sure to do it soon as spaces fill up fast.

Some of this summer’s day themes are Town Heros, where children will tour the local fire station, visit the police station, and meet the men and women who help keep us safe.

Kids who attend Mystery Madness will work together to find clues and solve a mystery, while those who dream of being pirates can search for hidden jewels along the beach during Pirates of The Shuswap day.

The camp begins July 2 with Art in The Park, followed by Gratitude Day July 3.

Those attending Gratitude day can do so by donation, with all funds raised going to Ronald McDonald House.

Most other days cost $15 with a select few costing $20 for the added supplies needed.

Parents are asked to ensure that children are prepared for camp by labelling all belongings, and sending a nutritious lunch with two drinks, bathing suit, towel and hat. Children will often visit the local wading pool to cool down on hot days.

Those who wish to register their children can do so at the Chase Community Hall between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday to Friday. For more information on the camp, call 250-319-6302.

 

Salmon Arm Observer

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