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Summer Camp Special

Just received this note from Lindsay Shearer, Nebraska 4-H Camp Operations Coordinator, about a special offer on the 4-H Outdoor Skills summer camps listed here.  I recently wrote about these camps, and others, on the blog The Power of Summer Camp.      hershy

“We still have several spots available in the Outdoor Skills Sessions that are hosted in partnership with Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, at all 3 of our locations (State 4-H Camp, Destination Camps and Eastern Nebraska 4-H Center).

“Because we want as many campers as possible to experience this camp we are now offering a special promotion for new registrants or current participants that want to bring a friend.  Now through June 10 you can register one camper at the full price and register a second camper for half price.  Current registrants will not get a refund but may sign up a sibling or friend for half price.

Discount on Summer Fun (Nebraska 4-H photo)
Discount on Summer Fun (Nebraska 4-H photo)

“To take advantage of this deal you will need to mail/fax/email both registration forms together or make a note of the previously registered camper you are registering with.  Please contact Connie Cox at 308-533-2224 or ccox5@unl.edu; Lindsay Shearer at 402-472-2846 or lshearer2@unl.edu or Jared Parker at 402-332-4496 or jparker5@unl.edu with any questions or to register. 

This promotion is only valid on Sessions #412, 529, or 602.”

Lindsay Shearer, Nebraska 4-H
Camp Operations Coordinator

About Aaron Hershberger

Aaron "hershy" Hershberger is an Outdoor Education Specialist with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. He loves being outdoors. When not outdoors he is day-dreaming about being outdoors and/or whining that he is not outdoors. Hershy has been a Hunter Education Instructor, in two states, for nearly three decades & a Bowhunter Education Instructor for over 20 years.

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