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| May 25, 2014

COSHOCTON – 4-H has several great summer camps this year to pick from. Starting on June 11 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and continuing every Wednesday for three weeks is Summer Science Camp for youth ages 9 – 12. Sessions will be educational and fun. Campers can pick from electricity, rockets, or chemistry. A second round of Summer Science Camp will be offered in July for 5 – 8 year old youth. Sessions in July are butterflies, weather, and eggs. Cost per session is $10, or $25 for all three. More details are available on at Coshocton.osu.edu under 4-H Youth Development and Camp Information.

They are also offering two one-day camps this year which are Giddy-Up-Go Horse Camp on June 14, and Cloverbud Camp on June 21. Horse Camp is for youth 5 – 12 years of age that have an interest in horses. Cost is $20 for this 9 a.m. – noon camp which includes a take-home craft for the medieval theme. Cloverbud Camp is for youth ages five through the second grade. Cloverbud Camp is 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. with a cost of $10 per youth. This year, the theme is The Wacky World of Science. Campers will get to participate in sessions on kitchen science, backyard ballistics, ooey gooey, physical science, and mad science.

4-H Junior Camp is July 5 – 9 with the theme of “Island Adventure”. Youth ages eight through youth entering the ninth grade can come as campers. They get to stay in a cabin with trained counselors while participating in shooting sports, fishing, campfires, dancing, swimming, canoeing, and much more! Cost is $170 for 4-H members and $180 for non-4-H members. If you need financial assistance, scholarships are available! Find them online at Coshocton.osu.edu under 4-H Youth Development and Camp Information. They are due back to the Extension Office by June 4.

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