Tahlequah Daily Press

Community Briefs

June 11, 2014

Camp Grey Squirrel coming up

TAHLEQUAH — Camp Grey Squirrel, which serves children with autism spectrum disorders such as Asperger’s, and their families, will be held this summer.

Camp Grey Squirrel partners with the United Methodist Circle of Care who provides two campuses and help from the staff. Day camps are at the United Methodist Children’s Home in Tahlequah and resident camps are the United Methodist Boys Ranch in Gore.

Activities vary from session to session and by type of camp, and include archery, fishing, swimming, petting zoo, Home Depot workshop, crafts, hay rides, recreation room, outdoor games, awards and more.

Citizens of Muskogee may attend on full scholarship. Other limited scholarships are also available. Day camps are $200 per session and resident camps are $500 per session.

Day camp sessions available are: June 16-18; June 23-25; and July 7-9. Resident camp sessions are: July 14-17; and July 28-31.

For more information, call 918-457-1110 or visit www.campgreysquirrel.org.

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