St. Charles Recreation Dept to host inclusion camp
East Bank camp will be at Harry Hurst in Destrehan and West Bank camp will be at Lakewood Elementary in Luling. Children with special needs, ages 16-21, will have camp at the Arc on Old Spanish Trail, in Boutte.
This year there will be 2 sessions. Session 1 will be held June 11-28 and session 2 will be held July 9-26.
Camp will include daily sports, music, and art activities along with games, outside time, field trips and guest visitors.
Mini Camps will also be offered to all children - you do not have to attend camp to attend mini camp - computer, writing, language, aquatic therapy and so much more will be offered at the mini camps.
Don't miss parent night on April 19th at the West Bank Library in Luling from 6:00 - 7:30 and April 26th at the Destrehan Library in Destrehan from 6:00-7:30.
Please call Sandra O'Brien camp director for more information 504-722-3636.
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