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Summer Camps & Special Programs


levels. All of our swim instructors are trained to keep water safety as a top priority, while building confidence and focus- ing on stroke development in a fun and comfortable envi-


ronment. Register today, summer lessons fill up quickly! The Aquatics Center is also excited to offer Morgan Hill


Splash Aquatics! New last spring, this program offers a youth recreational swim team, youth water polo team, splash ball, adult drop in water polo, coached adult Masters swimming, and pre-Masters stroke development. Our expe- rienced and enthusiastic coaching staff will teach, encour- age, and lead our swimmers to be the best they can be!


CITY OF MORGAN HILL RECREATION 17000 Monterey Rd. • Morgan Hill 408 782-0008 www.mhcamps.com


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he City of Morgan Hill Recreation offers quality camp programs that provide children with a fun, safe place to


play during the summer. Participants benefit from playing in an environment that nurtures creativity, builds self-esteem, improves social interaction, and increases physical stamina. Day campers will enjoy arts and crafts, sports, trips, games, and other exciting activities. All of this ensured by our leader-to-camper ratios and well trained staff.


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Creative Play LA Christian Preschool y Learning Center


Fully Accredited Learning Center


Enrollment for Fall 2012! Now open to the Public


Summer Camp begins June 19. Sign up today! Choose any or all of the 8 week offered programs


Call or email for more information!


95 4th St., Gilroy • (408) 846-9551 Email: Julie Keifer at jmkcplcgilroy@aol.com www.creativeplaylearningcenter.com/index.html


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