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Drilling for Treasures

George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, College Station
Ages 7-11, $30 per day

This year's Summer Camp is going to be one like you have never seen before! We will fuel the minds of our future generations of engineers, teachers, astronauts and doctors. Activities will include science experiments, field trips and art class. Your child will be learning all about energy conservation, renewable and nonrenewable resources, where energy comes from, and an in-depth look at petroleum and offshore drilling. It is guaranteed your child will be energized to learn more about the world around them and how it works!

For more registration or more information contact the Bush Library and Museum Education Department at (979) 691-4006 or

Bush Library and Museum Education Department, (979) 691-4006,

College Station High School Strutter TryOut Training Clinic

College Station High School Dance Room, College Station, TX
This is a summer dance clinic for 5th through high school girls wishing to refine their dance/drill technique. Participants will stretch, kick, complete technique across the floor, and work on actual routines the Strutters will perform. The cost is $80 if registered by July 25th and $85 after July 25th.

College Station High School Strutter KickStart Camp

College Station High School Dance Room, College Station, TX
This camp is designed for pre-k through 5th grade. It is $50 before July 25 and $55 after July 25. Lunch and snacks will be provided. The girls will learn dances and stand routines, make a craft, and take a picture with Cooper the Cougar. On September 19, the girls will get to take the football field during pregame activities at College Station High School stadium.

Julie Hamilton

Camp Quality Texas

Camp Quality, a camp for children with cancer and their siblings, is seeking volunteers for the 2014 camp.

This year's camp will be July 27th-August 2nd at Forest Glenn Campground, just east of Huntsville.

Camp Quality needs MALE volunteers this year to ensure that no children that sign up are turned away.

For more information visit

Lil' Vikes Cheer Camp

Bryan High School Gym 3
Kindergarten - 5th graders come learn cheers, chants, jumps and play games with the BHS cheerleaders. They will also get to cheer during the first quarter at the first Viking home game. Each girl will receive a t-shirt, snack, ticket to first game, one hamburger dinner ticket. $75 registration

Viking Cheer Booster Club