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YMCA Camp Miller Open for Registration

Updated: 05/23/2014 9:06 AM
Created: 05/23/2014 8:51 AM WDIO.com

Bridgit Maruska, Executive Director of YMCA's Camp Miller, stopped by the show to share what's in store for young campers this summer, and how they can sign up!

YMCA's Camp Miller is open for young people ages 7 to 16 to register for summer camp. There will be a traditional summer camp experience, as well as specialty camps which include Horseback Camp, Advanced Horseback Camp, Theater Camp, Survival Camp, and two BWCA Trips!

"Summer camp...teaches kids independence," Bridgit says. They're away from their families for a week, but they're encouraged by camp counselors and new friends to try new things and experience activities in and outside of their comfort zone!

There are discounts and scholarships to help with the cost of the camp.  You can find that information at ymcacampmiller.org/camping-programs/making-camp-affordable.

You can register for Camp Miller at duluthymca.org/campregistration, where you can also find more information.

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