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14-062 Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office and Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranches Hosts Summer Camp For Kids 10 to 15 Years Old; Registration Now Open

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
Patrol Operations Bureau
-Community Policing Unit
-School Resource Officer Unit

Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranches

Boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 15 are invited to participate in the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranches Summer Camp.

The camp will be held from July 13th through the 18th, 2014.

The camp is held at the Caruth Camp located at 14770 SE Highway 19 in Inglis, Florida (Levy County).

The camp is a voluntary program whose goals are to provide campers with the opportunity to try new activities, learn new skills and make new friends. (Link to event flyer is below.)

Pinellas Deputy Sheriffs are camp counselors and youth leaders. The camp will provide participants a positive experience with deputy sheriffs as they interact in work and recreational activities.

The camp also strives to teach campers valuable teamwork skills through group living, group decision making and teamwork exercises.

Activities include arts and crafts, sports, canoeing, skits/songs, archery, challenge course, nature hikes, environmental education, games, bicycling, swimming, awards night, campfire activities, high ropes course and water safety.

There is no charge to the families for their child to attend the camp and spots will be filled on a first come-first serve basis. The deadline for applications is June 1, 2014.

For more information and to sign-up please contact Sherri Briand of the Youth Education Section at (727) 464-7038.

2014 FSYR Summer Camp

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