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Camp Pioneer
Pearl, MS  
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Camp Pioneer, Inc.
Pearl, MS  
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Residential Camp
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Adventure Camps: Environmental
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Pearl is a city in Rankin County, Mississippi. The population was 21,961 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Jackson Metropolitan Statistical Area. The Rankin County Press headline from June 1973 The area was settled from the 1860s as a rural farming community close to the Pearl River. Population was sparse until the mid-1900s brought in people and industries from the state capital of Jackson in Hinds County. Thereafter, growth in the area came from the urban expansion of the capital, control of flood threats from the Pearl River, accessible interstates and Jackson-Evers International Airport. On September 16, 1968, a meeting was held to discuss the incorporation of Pearl, with all but 6 of the 657 attending residents favoring incorporation. A "Boundary Committee" proposed several different possible boundaries a little more than a month later, and the following January the community voted for a 11 square miles boundary that included the Pearl River to Airport Road, excluding East Jackson and all areas south of Interstate 20 except Cunningham Heights and Grandview Heights. A majority at that meeting also agreed on naming the city "Pearl", in preference to the also-proposed "Riverview" and "Brightsville", and named the first mayor, Harris Harvey, and council members Jimmy Joe Thompson, W.D. McAlpin, James Netherland, Ophelia Byrd, Mack C Atwood, W.L. Maddox and Bobby Joe Davis. With the Mississippi Supreme Court ruling...




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Camas Youth Rugby Skills Camp - Camas, WA
Join a Fast-Growing Sport that Develops Leadership, Teamwork, and Sportsmanship. Grades 3-6 play a touch version. Safe contact techniques are rigorously taught for tackle rugby played in Grades 7 & 8. Rugby is a fast, fun, and inclusive team sport that anyone can play. Teamwork is essential to success in rugby, a game where everyone has a chance to carry the ball and score. Coed Rugby Skills Camp Grade 3-8 February 27, 2016 10:00AM to 12:00PM Cardon Field at Camas High Learn the catching, passing, and rules. Drinks and snack bars provided after playing. Hosted by Rugby Oregon, a division of USA Rugby Cost $15 includes T-shirt Please click on register at www.rugbyoregon.com For assistance call 360-210-7706 Spring League Grade 3-8 March thru May, 2016 Grades 3 and 4 Coed Touch Cost to register $ 90 Jersey Shorts Socks $ 57 Grades 5 and 6 Coed Touch Cost to register $ 90 Jersey Shorts Socks $ 57 Grade 7 and 8 Boys Tackle (Safe tackling is taught) Cost to register $ 115 Jersey Shorts Socks $ 57 - 64 Grade 7 and 8 Girls Tackle (Safe tackling is taught) Cost to register $ 115 Jersey Shorts Socks $ 57 - 64 Register on-line at www.rugbyoregon.com Lacamas Youth Rugby is affiliated with Rugby Oregon, a USA Rugby Leader, Developing Youth Through Rugby Practices 1-2 times per week for 1-2 hours in the Lacamas Area. Games on Saturdays against other communities at Lents Park (Powell and I-205 in Portland). Matches will be played from April 2 to May 21. Rugby is played by over 2 million school children in the USA. Rugby is featured in the 2016 Olympic Games.