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Summer Sports Camps at CUMC - 2013.
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Camp fees are $70 per child per camp. Includes snacks and beverages. See individual descriptions for refund details.
Cross Country Running Camp, 5:30-8 pm. Grades 4-8 (school year 2012-2013). No refunds after May 19.
Campers will be running a different route and varying distances each night. Traditionally a camp where new runners can experience some success but feel challenged and experienced runners can go at their own pace with supervision and enjoy the personal attention and being inspired by great camp coaches. Guest speakers from the Carmel cross country program and other well-known running circles in Central Indiana speaking on a variety of topics from Christian faith, running disciplines, strategies, nutrition and gear. The week ends with a Friday morning race on the IHSAA-approved Northview course and an awards dinner that night with lots of prizes.
Youth Basketball/Volleyball Camp, 8:30 am to noon; Grades 2-5 (school year 2012-2013) No refunds after June 30.
The perfect camp for the athlete who is trying to decide between these 2 fun sports. Or just wants to play both in one morning! The first half of the morning we'll be focusing on basketball drills, fundamentals and conditioning to make them better players, with emphasis on team play. The second half of the morning we'll transition with the same campers to volleyball with the same format. Both halves of the morning we'll have Christian coaches and assistants in place to model in word and deed how essential it is to apply our faith and discipline to making the campers athletes for the Kingdom.
Youth Soccer Camp, 8:30 am - noon; Grades 2-5 (school year 2012-2013). No refunds 2 weeks before camp
Campers will be making new friends as the coaches cover all elements of the game including techniques, skills, phases of play and small-sided games.Emphasis will also be placed on working as a team, improving fitness, injury prevention, nutrition and best gear selection. Each morning the campers will hear from Christian coaches and guest speakers from the community to inspire them toward good sportsmanship and personal life lessons from the Bible.
Questions about any of the camps? Contact Ray Marsh at
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