Citations with the tag: CAMPS
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- Camp is not just for kids anymore.
Schreiner, Barb // Diabetes in the News; May/Jun93, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p68
Discusses the advantages of camps and retreats for diabetics. Having fun and learning how to improve diabetes management skills; Being in the company of other diabetics; Contacting the local chapter of the American Diabetes Association for information; Different types of adult retreats and...
- Happy campers.
Miller, Lenore // E: The Environmental Magazine; Mar/Apr94, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p50
Discusses the benefits of summer camps to children in the United States. Selection of camps that provide athletic, cultural, social and environmental programs; Importance of physical comfort to children; Recommended resources related to summer camps.
- Places to visit.
Miller, Lenore // Faces (07491387); Apr98, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p46
Presents brief information on a summer camp in Serbia. Identification of the organization sponsoring the camp; Ages in which the camp caters for; Activities included at the camp.
- Happy campers.
Berkman, S. // Good Housekeeping; Jun89, Vol. 208 Issue 6, p100
Discusses ways to make going to overnight camp more pleasant for children.
- Into the woods.
Kunze, K. // Good Housekeeping; Jun91, Vol. 212 Issue 6, p98
Focuses on the benefits of camping to the author and her family. What the author has learned; Their first outing; Favorite stories about their camping trips.
- Choosing a day camp.
Abrahms, S. // Good Housekeeping; Jun91, Vol. 212 Issue 6, p104
Presents a handy chart that will help you find a camp that's just right for your child. This chart gives a sampling of the types of camps available across the country.
- Four Days in History.
Valentine, Nancy J. // Hopscotch; Dec2004/Jan2005, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p13
Presents information on the colonial-style summer camp attended by children aged seven to eleven, held in Alexandria, Virginia.
- Go play.
Lamm, Kathi // Horse & Rider; Aug92, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p29
Presents three checklists designed to ease the organization of a weekend horse-camping trip. Pre-trip readiness of towing vehicles, a trailer or a camper/motor home; Campsite needs; Horse equipment as well as horse and human first-aid checklists; Survival kit; Saddle bag items; Tack; Food...
- Camping champions.
Lamm, Kathi // Humpty Dumpty's Magazine; Mar95, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p46
Encourages participation to the 1995 Fitness Farm Scholarship Sports Camps in Indianapolis, Indiana. Camp costs; Winners of the 1994 Basketball Camp Award.
- Summertime is camp time!
Lamm, Kathi // Humpty Dumpty's Magazine; Apr/May95, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p45
Announces the schedule of the 1995 Summer Sports Camp. Registration; Camp fee.
- Can you help me jam it?
Lamm, Kathi // Humpty Dumpty's Magazine; Jan/Feb96, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p16
Reports on sports summer camps in Indianapolis, Indiana. Skills learned by campers.
- Humanist Summer Camps for Kids.
Lamm, Kathi // Humanist; May/Jun97, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p41
Reports on the opening of summer camps for American children and youth in Kentucky and Philadelphia. Programs prepared by the sponsors; Benefits derived from summer camping; Registration deadlines; Contact information.
- Camp offers participants lessons on giving back.
Davis, Andrea Mairragui // Indianapolis Business Journal; 7/14/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 18, p1
Reports on the Saint Florian Center summer camp in Indianapolis, Indiana. Academic and practical experience at the Summer Institute on Philanthropy.
- We want to hear from YOU!
Ross, Rachel // dig; Sep2008, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p30
The article discusses the author's experience of joining the Relics and Ruins camp in Vermont.
- Lost and found.
Sellers, Amy Jackson; D.C. // Louisville Magazine; May98, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p13
Recounts the camping activity of a mother and daughter at Bullitt County in Louisville, Kentucky. Popularity of the activity; Mission of the journey; Lessons learned.
- Inside space camp.
Rubin, K.; Kuhns, A. // Odyssey; Jan90, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p8
Recounts the experiences of two students who attended Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama. Daily schedules; Favorite activities; Space education taught. INSET: Kenny and Alex's Space Camp suggestions (general hints)..
- May the Spirit of Dolphin Be With You.
Lundberg, Crys // New Moon; Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p24
Presents an article about the lessons learned from joining the Dolphin Camp in the Florida Keys.
- From Dugouts to Doubloons: Exploring history under the sea.
Smith, K.C. // Calliope; May/Jun95, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p39
Reports on a summer camp called `From Dugouts to Doubloons: The Maritime Heritage of Florida' that teaches the youth about seafaring traditions. Activities at summer camp; Lessons participants learn from the camp. INSET: Interview with Erik and Whitney Anderson..
- Distant campfires burning.
Stuart, R.P. // Outdoor Life; May87, Vol. 179 Issue 5, p66
It's now easier than ever to leave home and camp on the other side of the country. Tips on how to plan a faraway camping trip that you'll always remember.
- Game plan for camp fisherman.
Huggler, T. // Outdoor Life; May88, Vol. 181 Issue 5, p58
A worry-free camping/fishing trip begins long before you set foot in the great outdoors. Discusses how beforehand legwork can make your trip the best of everything.
- When sleeping is the enemy.
Huggler, T. // Outdoor Life; Jun91, Vol. 187 Issue 6, p17
Offers tips on how to get a good night's sleep in the outdoors. Choosing the right mattress and sleeping bag; Regulating the flow of air through a tent; Heaters.
- Camp grub box.
Glouch, P.; Butler, M. // Outdoor Life; Jul91, Vol. 188 Issue 1, p30
Offers instructions for building a wooden box to hold a variety of camping or kitchen gear.
- Camp etiquette.
Moore, E. // Outdoor Life; Sep91, Vol. 188 Issue 3, p74
Offers several guidelines to follow if invited to a friend's hunting camp. Paying one's way; Safety; Horseplay; More.
- Running a hunting camp.
Huggler, T. // Outdoor Life; Oct91, Vol. 188 Issue 4, p16
Considers how a smooth-running hunting camp requires organization and preparation. Tips on choosing equipment, organizing camp chores and responsibilities, and determining menus; Kitchen and personal checklists.
- Taking the chill out of camping.
Huggler, T. // Outdoor Life; Jan92, Vol. 189 Issue 1, p64
Discusses how outdoorsmen are braving the cold and enjoying winter camping. Prerequisite of being physically fit; Importance of having the right clothing and gear; Selecting a campsite.
- Beating the heat.
Huggler, T. // Outdoor Life; Jul92, Vol. 190 Issue 1, p26
Offers tips on how summer campers can beat the heat. Eureka Equinox tent; Camping sites; Insect problems; Keeping foods cool; Heatstroke.
- Pest-proof camping.
Huggler, T. // Outdoor Life; Dec92, Vol. 190 Issue 6, p96
Offers suggestions on how to avoid sharing a campsite with bears, birds and other critters. Food precautions; Protection tactics against animals and insects; Proper disposal of garbage. INSET: Camp tips..
- Plan on camping.
Huggler, Tom // Outdoor Life; Jan93, Vol. 191 Issue 1, p78
Examines how a detailed planning list can help ensure for a successful camping trip. Dividing up planning responsibilities among hunting partners; Assessing the success of a trip. INSETS: Camp essentials.;The five minute camper..
- The compleat camper.
Huggler, Tom // Outdoor Life; Jun93, Vol. 191 Issue 6, p59
Presents a special camping section for both the seasoned camper and the big-city denizen itching to get away. The case for camping; Equipment choices including tents, sleeping pads and sleeping bags; Packs; Recreational vehicles; Where to camp; Avoiding environmental damage; Contact points.
- Cost-buster camping.
Huggler, Tom // Outdoor Life; Aug93, Vol. 192 Issue 2, p24
Describes cheap camping vacations. Stretching the budget; Helping get the sportsmen into remote areas; Fear of costly gear; Cheap areas; Beating eating costs; Trip tips. INSETS: The frugal traveler (tips on the road).;Saving sources..
- A rude awakening.
Lee, David G. // Outdoor Life; Aug95, Vol. 196 Issue 2, p80
Presents a comic strip depicting author's encounter with a mule deer while camping alone in northwestern Montana's Glacier National Park.
- Wow, what a wild school!
Evans, C.W. // Ranger Rick; Oct89, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p4
Presents a fifth grade student's journal highlighting experiences during a week in May 1988, while attending the outdoor school, `Expedition Yellowstone,' held at Yellowstone National Park. Mammoth Hot Springs; Wildlife; Summer 1988 fires at Yellowstone; Re-visit one year later reveals park's...
- Little thieves.
VanderSar, Terry // Ranger Rick; Sep92, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p25
Relates how some sneaky creatures stole the author's food on three different hiking and camping trips. Gray jays that stole sandwiches; Deer mice that stole breakfast; Flying squirrel.
- Happy birthday, enviro camps!
VanderSar, Terry // Ranger Rick; Feb96, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p36
Presents good wishes to all North Carolina and Colorado summer camps in the United States. Links 25th anniversary to wishes; Who run these summer camps; Comments from Tara Wintermeyer, director of the North Carolina camp.
- Camping on the wild side!
Kaye, Roger, // Ranger Rick; July97, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p30
Offers tips for camping in the wild. Choosing the right camping site; Caution when cooking outdoors; Animals to watch out for; Exploration; Packing up. INSET: Leave-no-trace camping tips, by R.R..
- A camp of her own.
Shouse, Deborah // Secretary; Jan97, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p17
Opinion. Reflects on thoughts about summer camps during childhood. Reasons the author's mother sent her to summer camp when she was a little girl; How the author envisioned summer camp after filling an application for her daughter; Why the author would like to go to summer camp.
- Camp clean.
Brody, Liz // Shape; Jul92, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p26
Gives advice on how to enjoy a camping trip and look good without bringing a lot of cosmetics. Gives hygiene tricks and products to pack. Camp kit essentials; Dr. Bronner's Pure-Castile soap and history; Green products.
- Itching for a challenge?
Welch, Dawn // Shape; Jun96, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p36
Highlights the Women's Quest Fitness Camp, to be held in Winter Park, Colorado during the month of June 1996. Professional athletes who will be involved in the camp; Sporting activities the camp will feature.
- The eco-challenge school: This ain't no summer camp.
Howard, Beth M. // Shape; Nov96, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p30
Features the Eco-Challenge Adventure School in California. Emphasis if the school on the importance of a positive mental attitude; Outdoor activities.
- A secret trail.
Kiefer, Michael // Shape; Nov96, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p40
Features a campground in the Indian village of Supai in Phoenix, Arizona. Landscapes.
- Summer camp.
L.G. // Ski; May/Jun96, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p18
Features the Village summer camp at Breckenridge, Colorado. Family packages.
- On the road again.
Thys, Edith // Ski; May/Jun96, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p48
Relates the author's experience with camping in Utah. Members of the camping group; Itinerary; Downhill racing.
McCormick, Michael; Thys, Edith // Ski; May/Jun96, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p80
Lists several summer camps. Includes Atomic Dave Murray, Ropwmark Ski Academy and Sport Club International at Whistler/Blackcomb, British Columbia; Great Western Freestyle Camp, High Cascade Snowboard Camp, Hurricane Racing Team, Freestyle International, Mt. Hood Summer Ski Camps, National...
- Send a preacher to camp.
Willimon, W.H. // Christian Century; 11/8/89, Vol. 106 Issue 33, p1006
Recounts an experience of chaperoning for a Boy Scout camping trip. Interesting experiences; Activities; Lessons learned.
- Faithful and true.
Wolff, Alexander // Yankee; Aug96, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p128
Features the Keewaydin summer camp in Vermont. Activities for participants; Mission of teaching boys to help themselves; Sports program.
- Come, Wyonegonic.
Kageleiry, Jamie; Stier, Kurt // Yankee; July97, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p58
Presents information on Camp Wyonegonic in Denmark, Maine, a summer camp for girls. Recount of the experiences of Cindy Campion at the camp; Background information on the girls' summer camp; Information on the activities at the camp.
- World oncology camp brings children with cancer together.
Jordan, Jerie // Cancer News; Fall93, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p8
Reports on the American Cancer Society and the YMCA's sponsorship of the World Oncology Camp for 1993. Venue; Participants' nationalities; Camp activities.
- Camping overnight.
Fergus, C. // Country Journal; May/Jun89, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p50
Discusses an overnight camping trip. The essentials; Eating simple; Camp sites; Tips and advice. INSET: Learning the lay of the land..
- The summer camp that works.
Rudolph, J. // Country Journal; Jul/Aug90, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p64
Describes Vermont's Farm and Wilderness Camps. Group support and encouragement; Positive philosophy of work; Quaker educational principles; Food. INSET: Camp information..
- Choosing a summer camp.
Markarian, Marjorie // Black Enterprise; Jun95, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p310
Offers tips on choosing a summer camp. Costs; Facilities and amenities; Activities; Staff and campers. INSET: Is your child ready for camp?..