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4-H suggests Christmas stocking stuffer

Are you looking for the ideal Christmas stocking stuffer or for something to give that hard-to-buy-for teen? Why not give the gift of 4-H Camp? Gift certificates are now available at the OSU Extension Office for all of the 2016 4-H camps offered at Canter’s Cave 4-H Camp in Jackson.

Camps for 2016 include a STEM focused two-night camp for youth in grades 5-7 (June 6-8); Junior High Camp for youth in grades 6-8 (June 13-16); Beginner Camp for youth in grades 3-5 (June 20-23); and Teen Camp, for youth in grades 9-12 (June 24-27). Costs for the camps range from a low of $65 for the STEM camp to a high of $140 for Teen Camp.

Camps are open to all youth. Participants do not need to be 4-H members. Camp activities include swimming, boating, high and low ropes and rappelling, nature exploration and hiking, team building and games, crafts, dance, campfire fun, and so much more. While at camp, youth stay in cabins or in the Harrison-Powell lodge. To learn more about the camp and its facilities, visit them online at http://4hcanterscave.osu.edu/.

Certificates may be purchased in any amount starting at $5 up to the full cost of any of the camps. Call 937.544.2339 for more information.

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Give the gift of 4-H Camp

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