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NW-SCC offers Full STEAM Ahead

Northwest-Shoals Community College Child Development Center presents the 2019 Kids in College, Full STEAM Ahead!, summer camp.

Summer camp dates are July 8-12, open to children entering grades first through eighth in the fall.

According to a press release announcing the details of this year’s camp experience, each day participants will experience activities such as chemistry experiments, robots, rockets and a planetarium from the McWane Science Center on the Move.

Healthy snacks will be provided daily, and each camper will receive a camp T-shirt.

Children are to arrive promptly at 8 a.m. in the Patriot Center gym on the Shoals campus. Each day’s events will conclude at noon.

Registration cost is $80 per child or $70 per child for families with two or more children participating. Camp organizers said spaces are limited, and early registration is encouraged. Participants registering before June 21 will save $5 on the registration fee.

For more Information on the 2019 Kids in College summer camp or to register, contact the NW-SCC Child Development Center at 256-331-5245 or email jjefferys@nwscc.edu. Registration is available online at https://www.nwscc.edu/about-nw-scc/college-departments/child-development.

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