Tucker, GA Summer Camps

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Camp Broadway - Atlanta, GA
The Rialto Center for the Arts, 80 Forsyth St NW, Atlanta, NY 30303  
Camp Wieuca
Atlanta, GA 30326  
Aquatic Activities, Archery, Challenge/Rope Courses
Camp Sunshine
Decatur, GA 30033  
Archery, Arts and Crafts, Boating
Camp Kudzu
Atlanta, GA 30328  
Camp Jam
Atlanta, GA 30301  
Counselor Training (CIT), Music, Performing

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About Tucker, GA

Tucker is a census-designated place in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States. The population was 27,581 at the 2010 Census. Although central Tucker, also known as "Main Street Tucker", is laid out as a planned "railroad town," it has never been formally incorporated. Municipal services such as fire, police, water, and schools are provided by DeKalb County. If incorporated, Tucker would be the second largest city in the county after Dunwoody . An exploratory committee formed by the Tucker Civic Association researched the possibilities of incorporating Tucker as a new city in 1996 and 1997. The community that became known as Tucker started around Brownings Courthouse. The courthouse building originally stood near the intersection of Chamblee-Tucker and La Vista roads. It was named for a leading Southern Baptist, Henry Holcombe Tucker. The presiding officer was a justice of the peace, and the court heard small claims cases up until the building was moved. The courthouse building was moved to a location in front of the Tucker Recreation Center in the late 1980s. Tucker grew as a railroad stop along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, which delivered freight to Cofer Brothers Building Supply and later to a DuPont paint factory, now closed. Tucker centered around businesses started or owned by Kelley Cofer and his brother Reid Cofer. The original store was a general store that later grew into a...