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    Summer Camps.

    Can anyone recommend a good one for a 14 year old boy?

    He's never been...and needs (WE NEED) some time away.

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    My sister who was 14 last year went to Camp Walden (Lake George area) and enjoyed it...[url]http://www.campwalden-ny.com[/url]

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    Band Camp.

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    This was the camp I went to as a young Ruby2

    [url]http://www.bhecamps.com/[/url]

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4027263]Band Camp.

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    This was the camp I went to as a young Ruby2

    [url]http://www.bhecamps.com/[/url][/QUOTE]

    I was actually referred to the Power CHord Academy...

    [url]http://www.powerchordacademy.com/newSite/images/header.jpg[/url]

    I'm afraid he'll go in as Beaver Cleaver and come out as PlumberKong.


    :dunno:


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    Ah, I remember my summer camp when I was 14, It was called working at Burgerville USA. Nothing but fond memories of that place, all the high school cheer squad worked there.:).
    The summer before that was mowing lawns, before that I had to pick strawberries, that was truly the suck.

    Anyhows maybe you could use your usetobeacop connections to get the young man a job.
    Just a thought.

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    [QUOTE=gunnails;4027282]Anyhows maybe you could use your usetobeacop connections to get the young man a job.
    Just a thought.[/QUOTE]

    If I wanted to get him a job, I'd have asked.

    If I want him to trap rats and pose for inthrentz pictures with his dog....I'll ask you.


    :dunno:


    Thankee, though.


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    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DpQpCuJ0DE&sns=em[/url]

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    [QUOTE=Joe W. Namath;4027295][url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DpQpCuJ0DE&sns=em[/url][/QUOTE]

    lol that was hysterical.

    I wish I grew up in the 80's. It seems like such a ridiculous time period.

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    [QUOTE=32green;4027249]Can anyone recommend a good one for a 14 year old boy?

    He's never been...and needs (WE NEED) some time away.

    :D[/QUOTE]

    Camp? This better be a sports camp of some sorts bub.

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    Seems the obvious choice....

    [url]http://www.joenamathcamp.com/[/url]

    I went there for a few years. I had a great time. It was really cool being away and getting to meet all the pros there was amazing.:yes:

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    [QUOTE=Jetworks;4027425][url]http://www.joenamathcamp.com/[/url]

    I went there for a few years. I had a great time. It was really cool being away and getting to meet all the pros there was amazing.:yes:[/QUOTE]
    Please read Airborne's thread about competitve sports for youths. :rolleyes:

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    Football Camp....Down N' Dirty Camp FTW

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    [QUOTE=RaoulDuke;4027427]Please read Airborne's thread about competitve sports for youths. :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]

    Just bad parenting, sending them to camp.

    Swim! Play softball! Climb the rock wall! Arts and crafts! Hike! Swing rope into the lake!

    Insane what some parents will force their young kids to do.

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    [QUOTE=JStokes;4027437]Just bad parenting, sending them to camp.

    Swim! Play softball! Climb the rock wall! Arts and crafts! Hike! Swing rope into the lake!

    Insane what some parents will force their young kids to do.

    _[/QUOTE]

    ....touch boobies for the first time. terrible thing that summer camp.

    There is plenty of time to let a kid work for the summer and learn the importance of hard work and earning some coin. Nothing wrong with sending a kid to camp for the summer and giving him lifelong memories.

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    [QUOTE=32green;4027290]If I wanted to get him a job, I'd have asked.

    If I want him to trap rats and pose for inthrentz pictures with his dog....I'll ask you.


    :dunno:


    Thankee, though.


    :cool:[/QUOTE]

    why so dooshy?


    iffin teh Little Officer went to gunnails' "Rat Attack" camp, he might actually help you deal with your raccoon situation once and for all.

    ever think of that??

    :rolleyes:

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    [QUOTE=crasherino;4027532]....touch boobies for the first time. terrible thing that summer camp.

    There is plenty of time to let a kid work for the summer and learn the importance of hard work and earning some coin. Nothing wrong with sending a kid to camp for the summer and giving him lifelong memories.[/QUOTE]

    Word.

    Like paying the CIT's 5 bucks to go across the lake to the old people part of the camp and steal kosher wine used for shabbot on the last night, drink the entire bottle, and proceed to throw up in your own sleeping bag in the same night.

    Not like that every happened to me or anything.

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    I can see my input is being well received so here is some more.

    We don't have much for children summer camps in the pacific north west.:huh:, other then church camps.

    When I was a youngen my folks would send me and my brother off to my aunt and uncles they had two boys also, and then Uncle Bob would take his trailer to the Alsea river and leave us boys and
    Aunt Vernie to have fun for the week, and we did have fun.

    Maybe that would be an option if you have some family willing to do that, or maybe some one who owes you money could entertain the boy.

    And the church camp might be an option if you don't mind the whole programing thingy.

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