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Amigo Centre
Sturgis, MI  
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
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Religious Camps: Christian
Gender:
Coed
 
 
Camp Fort Hill
Sturgis, MI  
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Activities:
Traditional Camps
Gender:
Coed
 

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Sturgis, is a city in St. Joseph County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 10,994 at the 2010 census. The city is located at the northeast corner of Sturgis Township and at the intersection of US 12 and M-66. In 1827, Judge John Sturgis came to the St. Joseph Valley area in southern Michigan territory and settled in what is now Sturgis. The original site of his home can be seen at Pioneer Park, maintained by the City of Sturgis. The area's population grew in size and, in 1896, the town became a city. Just north of Sturgis is Kirsch Municipal Airport. Each year, in the third week of May, Sturgis served as the kickoff city for Michigan Week. Many prominent political figures walked in the parade annually. These included State Representative from the 59th District Matt Lori, State Senator from the 16th District Cameron Brown, and 6th District U.S. Representative Fred Upton. In the past, this has also included the Governor of Michigan - John Engler had walked in the city's kickoff parade annually. In 2010, Sturgis ended the tradition of holding the Michigan Kick-Off, opting instead to celebrate in June, Sturgis Dam Days. Sturgis Dam Days is now held in honor of the hydro-electric dam that opened in 1911, located near Centerville, MI, but is owned by the city of Sturgis. The one...




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Teen Empowerment & Survival Camp Summer 2016 - Tucson, AZ
This camp is designed specifically with teenagers’ safety and well-being in mind. As parents, we want our teenagers to be safe, but we also want them to grow up feeling comfortable with themselves, having a healthy self-esteem and self-image. This means equipping them with the skills and knowledge to assess and deal with both physically and psychologically threatening situations. Safety at school cannot be overstressed. Since this where our teenagers spend a large majority of their day regularly, the probability of their being exposed to, or involved in, dangerous or unhealthy situations is extremely high. Whether it’s an outside threat that poses a danger to the entire school, or a fellow student whose words and actions are psychologically damaging to an individual, our teenagers should know how to assess and act before, during, and after an event. More importantly, though, our teenagers should feel comfortable and confident so that they do act. This is where education and training becomes invaluable. In our EMPOWERMENT & SURVIVAL CAMP FOR TEENS, your children will receive training that will EMPOWER them to act safely and effectively before, during, and after dangerous situations. This camp will also EDUCATE your children about the unique dangers they face growing up in today’s society as young adults and how to deal with these dangers in a safe and healthy way. Whether it’s hanging out with friends on campus, or being at a party, your children become better prepared to resist peer pressure, avoid victimization, and to come home safe. $75 / child (15% sibling discount) REGISTER BY 7/4 and receive a 10% discount (use promo code ‘TEENS CAMP SUMMER 16) Registration is limited to 20 teenagers, so secure your child’s spot and REGISTER NOW! e to contact the instructor directly at (520) 403-5194 or email him at [email protected]