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Summer Kids’ Day

The Summer Kids’ Day program at the Capital Area American Red Cross is a free day camp during June and July 2011. The program is extended to all age groups and we offer tailor-made workshops to fit the learning needs of your child!
The program is implemented entirely by volunteers and Red Cross interns that are trained to teach the workshops offered during each camp day. Students will experience several ways of learning through hands-on activities, interactive videos, and group discussions.

The Summer Kids’ Day program offers several workshops that students may choose from when they attend their camp:
+ Whale Tales Water Safety
+ Fire/Weather Safety House
+ History/Tour of the Chapter
+ Masters of Disaster
+ Emergency Response
+ International Humanitarian Law

Volunteers and Interns alike have come together to design courses specific for your student to learn about the Red Cross values and curriculum!

The current dates of the program include:
+ Friday, June 10 9a-2p
+ Friday, June 24 9a-2p
+ Friday, July 8 9a-2p
+ Friday, July 22 9a-2p

**More dates may be added if maximum capacity is reached**

If this is a program your child might be interested in or if you would like to receive more information, please contact Katie Owens by e-mail,, or by telephone, 813-335-0750.

Availability is limited and we will act on a first-come-first-served basis. Please register as soon as possible to guarantee your child’s spot in the program!

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