The Washington Conservation Board is offering four different summer day camps again this year. Naturalist Pam Holz says the camps available are for preschoolers through seventh graders. She says the camps include activities such as hikes, games, crafts, fishing, and exploration.
Holz notes all of the camps are limited to 12 students, and the cost is 20 dollars per student for the week. She says the camps will begin in June and run through August.
Holz adds volunteers are also needed at these camps. She says those aged 14 years or older are needed. To learn more, contact the Conservation Center at Marr Park.