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You can’t beat this price. It cost $250 to send a kid to camp the entire summer (June 27-August 26) at Richmond Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities. The camps will run Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. -5:30 p.m. including breakfast, lunch, 30-minutes of curriculum, James River exploration, field trips, arts and crafts, swimming and sports.

This year’s theme is “Up, Up and Away” and it is nine-weeks of exploration and creative imagination. Learn more about summer camp 2016 at Richmondparks.com/parks

Here is how you can keep children safe this summer just simply make a donation at the 9th Annual Send-A-Kid to Camp radiothon on Thursday, May 5, 2016, 8 a.m. -8 p.m. Donations of any size are accepted on radiothon day or make a donation now text KID to 23845. All donations are tax-deductible. Brought to you by Miss Community Clovia, Radio One Richmond , Alexander Lance Booker Foundation, Richmond Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities, the EnRichmond Foundation, and NBC12.

Thank you in advance for sending kids to camp this year to reduce summertime “Trauma Season” gang affiliation, and human trafficking. Gangs and human traffickers want them but they can’t have them. Clovia “Miss Community” Lawrence

 

 

Send-A-Kid to Camp The Entire Summer at Richmond Parks and Rec  was originally published on kissrichmond.com