Salvation Army Summer Day Camp Registration Extended

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

The Salvation Army School of Music and Arts Day Camp, at 1019 North Moore Road, is a three week music day camp beginning Tuesday, May, 28, and ending, Friday, June 14.  It will offer professional music instruction, along with crafts, outings and more.  Registration for this camp has been extended until the first day of camp.

"Time spent at camp can be a life-changing experience for kids,” explains Lieutenant Monica Horton, Citadel Salvation Army officer.  “Learning music while at camp is a plus and can instill feelings of self-worth, bring new experiences and offer hope for the future.

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The camp costs $50 per camper, per week to attend.  To sponsor a child or to register visit www.csarmy.org For more information contact Kimberly George at 756-1023 or Kimberly_George@uss.salvationarmy.org. 

The Chattanooga Salvation Army School of Music & Art was founded in 2001 to serve as a center for providing discipline, encouraging leadership and enhancing the readiness to learn of low income, high-risk students in the Brainerd Community. The school teaches selected music and art skills and provides activities, resources and incentives that motivate and guide each young person to achieve success now and in the future.


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