Middle Georgia youth — and even adults — can enjoy a variety of camps from May through July, with both traditional and not-so-traditional summer camp activities.
While Girl Scouts can enjoy campfire songs and s’mores, athletes can work on their skills in tennis, volleyball, baseball and soccer. The more academically-oriented can do word problems, read books and build robots. Campers also will find places to sing, dance and act on stage, learn Bible verses and team-building activities, bake cookies and plant flowers, and explore the past or the skies.
Achieve Academy Summer Academic Camp
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For second-seventh grade students. Don’t let “summer loss” happen to your child. With a focus on reading, comprehension, mental math, word problems and critical thinking, use the summer to catch up or stay ahead. Achieve Academy, 2930A Moody Road, Bonaire. $38 per day; $300 for the whole camp if paid in full by April 14. Tara, 478-283-6597. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. June 12-13, 19-20, 26-27, July 5-6, 10-11 and 17-18.
For boys and girls ages 6-12. The overall theme for the camp is learning through play. Each week campers will be tinkering and playing within various themes. The inclusion of interactive tablets and app-based technology on a weekly basis will allow campers to apply newly learned skills in fun and innovative ways. Daily classes in physical education, technology, art and theater will develop gross and fine motor skills in conjunction with the weekly academic themes and lessons. Wesleyan College. $250, includes a light breakfast and a full lunch; $1,575 for all seven weeks; register by April 28 for a 10 percent discount. Mariana Furlin, 478-757-5117 (8:30-10:30 a.m.), 478-757-5259 (11 a.m.-5 p.m.) or email@example.com. 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m., seven one-week camps in June and July.
The Mentors Project Academic Summer Program
For seventh-twelfth grades students attending Bibb County schools. The focus is math, science and language arts. Northeast High School. 478-765-8624. Registration is also available at the Mentors Project office, 484 Mulberry St., No. 220. May 30-June 8.
Middle Georgia State University IT Camp
For rising ninth-twelfth grade students. Sponsored by the Middle Georgia State School of Information Technology. Registration deadline: May 13. Professional Sciences Building, Middle Georgia State University. $50. mga.edu/information-technology/itcamp/index.html. 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. June 13-14.
Spectacles Math and Science Camp
For middle-school girls. Offering activities designed to encourage girls to see STEM fields in new ways. Students will explore math and science using the college’s science laboratories and computer facilities. Hosted by Wesleyan faculty. Wesleyan College. $640, includes housing on Wesleyan’s campus, three meals a day, classes and field trips. Dan Sexton, 478-757-4035 or firstname.lastname@example.org. July 9-15.
For rising sixth-eighth grade students. STEMpowered Girl’s Academy: allows girls to experience a variety of hands-on challenges that will establish a STEM mindset to empower their future; $200; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. June 5-16. Robotics Academy I: students will gain skills and confidence through creating, exploring and problem-solving using the Lego EV3 robotic sets; $175; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. June 19-23. Ag STEM Academy: join us on an adventure in agriculture STEM; $175; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. June 26-30. Museum of Aviation, Ga. 247 at Russell Parkway, Warner Robins. starbaserobins.org. 478-926-1769.
Summer Kids University
For first-eighth grade students. Sponsored by Fort Valley State University. Jasmine Carr, Carrj@fvsu.edu or 478-825-6060. fvsu.edu/summerkids. 8 a.m.-5 p.m., before care at 7 a.m. and after care until 6 p.m. available for an additional fee, May 30-July 28.
Bethel CME Church Bible Camp
For ages 5-10. Bethel CME Church, 1668 Pio Nono Ave. $35 per week. 478-405-0216. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Friday, June 26-July 7.
Camp Vinson Valley Day Camp
For ages 6-13. A Christian day camp, offered as an outreach of the Byron United Methodist Church. Activities include swimming, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, archery, field games, arts and crafts, devotional time and counsel ring. This is an all-day outside camp. A parent’s pack, which explains everything parents need to know about the camp, can be downloaded from the website. Vinson Valley, 4158 U.S. 41 North, Byron. $125 per week, $25 per week deposit at time of registration. byronumc.org. 478-956-5717. 9 a.m.-4 p.m., with drop-offs as early as 7 a.m. and pick-ups as late as 6 p.m. at no additional cost, May 30-July 28.
Springs of Living Water Bible Camp
Sponsored by Springs of Living Water Ministries. Registration deadline: week before attending. Springs of Living Water, 394 Bible Camp Road, Jeffersonville. $175 per week. Ronald Aaron, 478-945-3027 or email@example.com. Delores Tate, 478-953-8367 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Campers arrive on Sunday evening and leave at 1 p.m. Friday, June 11-16, 18-23 and 25-30.
Trinity Woods Summer Day Camp
For ages 5-13. Volunteer junior counselors for ages 14-17. Sponsored by the Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity. Activities include creek play, mud pit, parachute games, camp songs, archery, nature hikes, fort building, waterslide, arts and crafts, sports, RC car races, bike trails, Bible time, team building, themed weeks and more. Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity, 1899 Tucker Road. $115 per week, reduced rates for additional children in the same family. Henry Leslie, camp director, email@example.com. 478-227-0555. trinitywoods.org. 9 a.m.-4 p.m., if needed campers may join us from 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. May 30-Aug. 4.
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Fine Arts Camps
ART! Day Camps 2017
For two groups: ages 6-12 and ages 10-teen. Featuring certified visual art instructors who are members of the Georgia Art Education Association. To receive an ART! Day Camp schedule, call or come by the Creative Alternative after May 1. The Creative Alternative, 262 Riley Ave. $100 per week or $25 per day; clay classes add $10 glaze/firing fee. 478-474-8457. 9 a.m.-noon for ages 6- 12, 1-4 p.m. for ages 10-teen, Monday-Friday, June 5-July 28 (no camps will meet the week of July 4).
Center for the Arts Academy
For high school girls. The program is designed specifically for students to study, create and perform in studio art, music or theater. Hosted by Wesleyan art faculty. Registration deadline: May 23. Wesleyan College. $595 residential student tuition, $495 commuter student tuition; scholarships and discounts are available. Chenny Gan, 478-757-5147 or firstname.lastname@example.org. June 4-10.
Jones County Arts Summer Theater Camp: “Wizard of Oz”
For two age groups: children ages 7-9 (entering second-fourth grades) and ages 10-18 (entering fifth-twelfth grades). Auditions for lead roles will be held at 4 p.m. May 22-23; you do not have to audition to be part of the camp, just for a lead role. Registration deadline: May 22 for lead role, June 23 all other roles. W.E. Knox Civic Center, Gray. $60 for ages 7-9; $100 for ages 10-18; $25 registration fee for new members to Jones County Arts for 2017. To register, contact Lisa Mullis, 478-731-0524 or email@example.com, or stop by the Jones County Chamber office and pick up a form during regular business hours. 9 a.m.-noon (ages 7-9) or 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (ages 10-18) July 17-21; shows July 22-23.
Lamar Arts Kids Camp
Camps include acting, painting, drawing, telling stories and making crafts. Camp 1 (Art): for ages 6-12, Ted Clements, director; $50, 9 a.m.-noon June 5-9. Camp 2 (Art): for ages 6-12, Ted Clements, director; $50, 9 a.m.-noon June 12-16. Camp 3 (Theater): for ages 6-14, Marci Vining, director; $50, 9 a.m.-noon June 19-23. Lamar Arts Gallery at the Depot, Barnesville. 770-468-0288. 770-358-5888.
Macon Little Theatre’s Kids Camp: “Aladdin Jr.”
Mini Camp: For ages 5-8 (must be 5 by June 1). Main Camp: For ages 9-18 (must be 9 by June 1); auditions will be held the first day of the two-week camp. Co-sponsored by Macon Little Theatre and the Academy for the Performing Arts. Registration deadline: June 2. Macon Little Theatre, 4220 Forsyth Road. $115 for Mini Camp, $165 for Main Camp, both include a camp T-shirt. tinyurl.com/mltkidscamp. Mini Camp: 9:30 a.m.-noon June 5-9, performance for parents at 7 p.m. June 9; Main Camp: 1:30-3 p.m. June 5-9 and 12-16, performances at 7:30 p.m. June 16-17 and 2:30 p.m. June 18.
Otis Music Camp
For ages 11–17. Camp is intended for students with varied musical knowledge. However, no previous musical experience or knowledge of instrumentation is required. Presented by the Otis Redding Foundation. Application deadline: May 6. Townsend School of Music, Mercer University. $300, lunch included. firstname.lastname@example.org. 478-742-5737. otisreddingfoundation.org/camp. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, June 5-16.
Summer Arts Camp 2017
An arts and crafts day camp for boys and girls ages 7-11. Camp takes place outdoors. We will have age-appropriate themed art days throughout both camp weeks and no project will be repeated. Some projects include papier maché; painting on canvas and paper; recycled and up-cycled art; book arts; collage and mixed media; three dimensional sculpture and functional art. Classes will be taught by Suzanne MacCrone Rogers, with Reg and Matthew Rogers assisting. $150 per week, includes a personalized tote bag with art supplies. SummerArtsCamp-MaconGA.com. SummerArtsCamp.MaconGA@gmail.com. 478-757-8814. 9 a.m.-noon June 12-16 and 19-23.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Georgia Summer Camps
For three groups: ages 6-12, 13-18 and Bibb County rising twelfth grade students. Camps include weekly field trips (additional fee), college tours, sports and recreation, and summer learning loss prevention program. The following locations are offering camps: Murphy, Felton, Tindall Club, 841 Anthony Road, 478-330-7204 ; Carl D. Thomas Club, 6022 Bloomfield Road, 478-788-0300; King-Danforth Club, 1301 Shurling Drive, 478-238-6427; and Warner Robins Club, 115 Wallace Drive, Warner Robins, 478-225-1231. $10 registration fee for all ages; $160 per child ages 6-12 for all eight weeks; $80 per child ages 13-18 for all eight weeks; free for Bibb County rising twelfth grade students. 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, May 30-July 21.
For ages 4-12. Hephzibah Children’s Home, 6601 Zebulon Road. $135 per week. camppathway.org. Lisa Bisel, director, email@example.com or 478-477-3383, extension 167. 9 a.m.-4 p.m., pre/post camp available, May 30-Aug. 4.
FPD’s Center for Discovery Summer Camps
For rising 3K-twelfth grade students. The following camps are being offered this year: Baseball; Softball; Wrestling; Middle School Girls Basketball; Tennis; Cross Country; Soccer; Sports and Games Galore; Mini Cheerleading; Competition Cheerleading; Summer Adult Volleyball; Musical Theatre; Oh the Things You Can Think; Middle School Art; Rock ’n’ Roll Band; Mini Dance; Calling All Artists; Master Chef for Teens; Mini Majorette; Creative Movement; Cookies, Crowns and Lettering; Girls Rule Art; Neverland Awaits; Sew Much Fun; Savannah Drum Camp; Laughter, Lockers and Lunch; Family Bake Nights; MASHup Camp; the World of Harry Potter; Garden Gloves to Reading Bugs; Wacky Science; EV3 Robotics; Slime, Goop and Rainbows; Lego WeDo; Boys Rock; Algebra Review; Stop Motion Movie Making; Wild About Math. First Presbyterian Day School campus. fpdmacon.org/centerfordiscovery. Elizabeth Leslein, 478-477-6505, extension 182. May 30-Aug. 4.
Georgia 4-H Summer Camp
For current fourth-sixth grade students. Join Macon-Bibb County 4-H to learn about the exploits of daring pirates who roamed the Georgia coast during the age of piracy on the high seas. Includes marsh expeditions, beach outings, fort and lighthouse tours and many hands-on classes related to the coastal ecosystem. Burton 4-H Center, Tybee Island. $365, includes food, lodging and transportation; payment plans and fundraising available; a minimum payment of $75 is due at the time of registration. Macon-Bibb County Cooperative Extension Office, 478-751-6338. firstname.lastname@example.org. burton4h.org. June 19-23.
Girl Scout Summer Camp
Girls can make lifelong friendships, go on adventures, discover amazing things about themselves and the world around them, sing songs by the campfire, eat s’mores, have lots of laughs and make memories they’ll never forget. Girl Scouts is for every girl; you don’t need to join a troop. Simply become an Individually Registered Girl Scout. Levels: Ambassador, Brownie, Cadette, Daisy, Junior, Senior. Region: Macon area. Resident Camp, Day Camp, Mini Resident Camp and Counselor-In-Training (CIT) Level 1 Camp. Camp Martha Johnston, Lizella. user-6huijms.cld.bz/2017-GSHG-Program-Resource-Guide. 3 p.m. June 25-3 p.m. June 30.
HBWC’s Summer Camp Blast 2017
For rising first-eighth grade students. Camp includes one hour of grade level education, field trips and other fun activities. Sponsored by Harvest Builders Worship Center. Registration deadline: May 15. HBWC, 2007 Elberta Road, Warner Robins. $25 registration fee; $90 per week; $100 per week with early drop off, includes T-shirt, meals and snacks. 478-328-1153. email@example.com. hbcbuildsu.com. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (early drop off available as early as 6 a.m.) June 5-30.
“June Bug” P.A.L.S. Camps
For ages 2-6. Our P.A.L.S. program offers daily exciting games crafts activities and exposure to (P) physical exercise, (A) art appreciation and instruction, (L) literacy and (S) science experiments. Vineville Baptist Morning School, 2591 Vineville Ave. Tonia Boyd, VBMS preschool director, 478-743-9366, extension 240. 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday, June 5-29.
Mercer’s Creative Computer Camps
For two age groups: third-sixth grade students and sixth grade and older. The following camps are being offered this year: World of Minecraft, Augmented Animation, World of Robots, YouTube Producer, Music Maker and Advanced Minecraft. Mercer University. $250 per week, includes lunch. 478-301-2823. firstname.lastname@example.org. camps.cs.mercer.edu. 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, June 5-30.
Middle Georgia State University Junior Knights Summer Camp
For rising kindergarten-rising sixth grade students. Sponsored by the Middle Georgia State University School of Education. Registration deadline: May 19. Middle Georgia State University, Macon and Cochran campuses. $100. 478-757-2544. mga.edu/education. 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. June 26-30.
Middle Georgia State University SkyCamp
For ages 10-14. Sponsored by the Middle Georgia State University School of Aviation. Registration deadline: 5:30 p.m. June 29. Middle Georgia State University, Eastman. $100. mga.edu/skycamp. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. July 25-27.
Motivating Youth Summer Camp
For ages 5-12. The program consists of tutoring in math, reading, writing, language arts, arts and crafts and sports and recreation. State license with certified teachers. Registration begins May 1. 905 Main St. $85 per week. Roger Jackson, 478-320-4756. email@example.com. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. June 5-July 26.
Ocmulgee Summer Workshop
For ages 6-12 only. Children can only attend one day each year. No groups allowed. Children must bring a lunch and two drinks. Activities include a one-mile hike outside in the park; a history lesson about American Indians with games, storytelling and crafts that include pottery making; and science lessons about the biology of the park with crafts. Reservations required; spots fill up quickly. Ocmulgee National Monument, 1207 Emery Highway. Free. 478-752-8257. 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. June 7, 14, 21 and 28.
Precious Ones Summer Day Camp
For ages 5-12. An outdoor camp offering all the traditional experience of a summer day camp plus a unique program that helps enhance a healthier mind, body and spirit. Great environment with activities from A to Z. 4706 Raley Road. Learn more by coming to our open house from 2:30-5 p.m. April 30. $50 per family registration fee, receive $15 off if registered by April 14; $110 per week per child camp fees, family discounts available. Mrs. Jazzy, 478-397-7438. firstname.lastname@example.org. preciousonesdc.webs.com. 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. daily, before and after care at no additional cost, May 30-July 28.
St. Peter Claver Catholic School Camp Cougar
For rising pre-K-rising fifth grade students. Enrichment in STEM, reading, computer, art, drama and more. Weekly: water park, on-site guests and field trips. Registration includes T-shirt, water bottle, cinch sack and afternoon snack. St. Peter Claver Catholic School Campus, 133 Ward St. $25 registration; $125 per week; sibling discounts available. Liz Milam, email@example.com or 478-743-3985. spccatholicschool.org. 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., morning care available at 7 a.m. for an additional fee, June 5-July 14.
Saint Joseph’s Catholic School Summer Knights Camp
The following camps are being offered this year: Disney Week, Five Senses Week, Fun with Food, Seuss on the Loose, Color Wars and Macon Memories. Saint Joseph’s Catholic School, 905 High St. $30 registration, $125 per week, lunch may be purchased for an additional $20 per week. 478-742-0636. Leslie Gibbs, camp director, Leslie.firstname.lastname@example.org. sjsmacon.org/summercamp.html. 7:45 a.m.-5:30 p.m. daily, June 5-July 14.
Stratford’s Camp Eagle
For ages 3-adult. The following camps are being offered this year: Play with Clay; Girls’ Basketball; ACT/SAT Verbal Review; Boys’ Basketball; ACT/SAT Math Review; Baseball Camp; Fastpitch Softball; Disney/Pixar Celebration; Pre-School Geography; Creative Bead Designs; Hot Glass Academy; Things Girls Like; No Moms Allowed; Beginners Posh Prince and Princess Camp; Fairy Tale Mash Up; Posh Prince and Princess Camp; Soccer; Exploring Art Through Caldecott Winners; Star Wars Spacecraft; Kids Cooking and Nutrition Camp; Investigator Camp; Crazy 4 Sports; AP History Boot Camp; Wild About Apps; Vamos a Mexico, Chicas and Chicos; Little House on the Prairie; Lego Mania; Farriba Football Jamboree; Creative Writing Adventure; Reading is a Snap; American Girl Camp: Adventures with Maryellen; Creating Games from Scratch: An Introduction to Programming; Introduction to Tennis; All About Animals; Exploring Eric Carle’s World; Empire Building: Cooperation and Competition through Board Games; Magic Treehouse Camp; Volleyball Skills Camp; Summer Reading Camp; 5-4-3-2-1 Blast Off; Fairy Tales and Nursery Rhymes; Agri-STEM; The Amazing Algebra I Review; History Detective: What Happened to the Confederate Gold?; Sneak Peek at 4th Grade; Literary Mash-up: Prose or Poetry?; Maker Studio: An Introduction to Soldering and Arduino Programming; Study Skills 8 and 9; Youth Cheerleading Camp; Build Your Own Computer; Study Skills 6 and 7; the Facts of Math; and Robots, Computers and Fun, Oh My! Stratford Academy. stratford.org. May 30-June 30 and July 10-28.
Summer Enrichment Academy
For pre-K-eighth grade students. The Summer Enrichment Academy is a program dedicated to edifying every child’s mind, body and soul. Children will benefit from daily milestone prep in reading, math and science, as well as have an opportunity to participate in exciting activities such as crafts, music, physical education, “fun-ducational” trips, multicultural studies, exhibitions, community service and Bible study. The staff is comprised of highly qualified, CPR trained and certified professionals. Warner Robins CME Church, 200 Othal H. Lakey Circle, Warner Robins. $40 for one child, $20 for each additional child registration fees; $75 for one child, $50 for each additional child weekly tuition. 478-923-6326. June 5-July 21.
Tattnall Square Academy’s Summer at the Square
For K4-twelth grade students. Day camps include opportunities in Star Wars STEM, Theater Camp, Youth Football, Elite Hitting Camp, Intro to Volleyball, Volleyball, Super Splashers, Tattnall Baseball, Summer with Seuss, Tattnall Softball, Truth Be Told Kids Camp, Girls Just Want to Have Fun, Trojan Football Camp, Drivers Education, Wacky Science Camp, Soccer, American Girl Doll Camp, Boys and Their Toys, Little Scientists, Cooking with Kitchens’ Kids, and Tattnall Elite Hitting Camp. Tattnall Square Academy, 111 Trojan Trail. Learn more about each camp and register online at tattnall.org/sats. May 31-July 28.
Camp Fun n Fit
For ages 6-11. Health and wellness camp sponsored by Wellness Center, Navicent Health. Fee includes a T-shirt, lunch, snacks, group fitness, field trips, nutrition and health education, swimming and more. Middle Georgia State University, 100 University Parkway. $165 per week. navicenthealth.org/wellnesscenter. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 5-30.
Camp Little Shot
For ages 6-18. Sponsored by the Jones Center for Diabetes. Registration deadline: May 20. Rock Eagle 4H Camp, Eatonton. Free. Register at camplittleshot.com. Call 478-746-8626 with questions. May 27-31.
Camp Open Airways
For children under age 18 affected by asthma. Parent or guardian must attend with child. Asthma Awareness Summer Camp, sponsored by Children’s Hospital, Navicent Health. A fun and educational camp for children and families living with asthma, to educate families on daily and long-term management of asthma. Middle Georgia State University, 100 University Parkway. Free. navicenthealth.org/airways. 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. June 10.
For girls and boys ages 8-15. Sessions feature morning equestrian classes taught by experienced college and professional level instructors who have won numerous national-level awards and include group riding lessons and proper care of horses. Each student is assigned to an accomplished and trained Wesleyan horse. Wesleyan College. $300 per week. Jessica Meagher, 478-757-5111 or email@example.com. Session I: June 12-16; Session II: July 10-14.
For ages 4 and older. Camp includes Tae Kwon Do instruction, self-defense, T-shirt, games, lunch, snacks, drinks and movies. Bishop’s ATA Karate, 117 Russell Parkway, Suite H, Warner Robins. $150 per person per week; family discounts available. Shirley Bishop, 478-929-2300. 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. June 5-9, 12-16 and 26-30, July 10-14 and 17-21.
Mercer University Baseball Camps
Middle Georgia State University Mid-State Team Challenge Volleyball Camp
For eighth-twelfth grade high school volleyball players. Sponsored by the Middle Georgia State Women’s Volleyball Team. Registration deadline: May 30. Middle Georgia State University, volleyball gymnasium. $45 per player, commuter; $70 per player, boarding. 478-471-3614. 5-9 p.m. June 9, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. June 10.
Middle Georgia State University Pre-season Specialty Skills Volleyball Camp
For eighth-twelfth grade high school volleyball players. A different skill will be focused on each day: attack, ball control, serve and play. Sponsored by Middle Georgia State Women’s Volleyball. Registration deadline: July 10. Middle Georgia State University, volleyball gymnasium. $60 per player for all three sessions or $25 per individual session. 478-471-3614. 4:30-6 p.m. July 26-28.
Middle Georgia State University Team Soccer Camp
For ages 14 and older. Sponsored by the Middle Georgia State University men’s and women’s soccer teams. Deadline for registration: first day of camp. Middle Georgia State University, Cochran. $220 residential, $100 non-residential. Vinny Gill, 850-933-2656 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 5:30-9 p.m. June 19, 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. June 20-21 and 8: 30 a.m.-noon June 22.
Middle Georgia State University Tennis Camp
For first-twelfth grade students. Sponsored by the Middle Georgia State University intercollegiate tennis teams. Registration deadline: June 1 for the Cochran campus camp; June 15 for the Macon camp. Middle Georgia State University, Cochran, and John Drew Smith Tennis Center, Macon. $125 per week, half day; $250 per week, full day. email@example.com. 9 a.m.-noon or 9 a.m.-4 p.m. June 5-9, Cochran; June 19-23, Macon.
Middle Georgia State University Youth Volleyball Skill-Tech Camp
For fifth-eighth grade students. Sponsored by the Middle Georgia State Women’s Volleyball Team. Registration deadline: July 10. Middle Georgia State University, volleyball gymnasium. $125 per camper for all three days or $50 per individual day. 478-471-3614. 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. July 26-28.
The camps will include tennis instruction, swimming, games and snacks. Dates, times and prices are available online. Healy Point Country Club, Macon. healypointcc.com. firstname.lastname@example.org. 478-743-1495, extension 9.
Travis Jones Football Camp
For ages 7-16. Online registration begins May 1. Ed Defore Sports Complex, Macon. Free. thetravisjonesfootballcamp.com. LaShekia Hughes, camp director, 478-737-0408. 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. June 30-July 1.
Warner Robins Summer Junior Tennis Camps
Session 1: Morning Junior Beginner/Intermediate Camp, for ages 6-18; 9-10 a.m. May 29-June 2; Afternoon Junior Intermediate/Advanced Camp, ages 9-18, 5:30-6:30 p.m. May 29-June 2. Session 2: Morning Junior Intermediate/Advanced Camp, for ages 9-18, 9-10 a.m. June 19-23; Afternoon Junior Beginner/Intermediate Camp, for ages 6-18, 5:30-6:30 p.m. June 19-23. Instructor: Kerry Bacon, retired Mercer University head tennis coach. Warner Robins Recreation Department tennis courts, Watson Boulevard, Warner Robins. $35. email@example.com.