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Kent Bazemore Basketball Camp

Bertie High School 715 U.S. 13 Windsor, NC 27983
Train with Kent Bazemore of the Atlanta Hawks. He used to be with the Lakers - now with the with the Atlanta Hawks, he signed for two (2) years.

August 11th-13th / 9am - 4pm
Boys & Girls - Ages 6-16
$100/Camper
All checks need to be made out to The A.R.M.S. Foundation
Deadline for all fees is August 4th.


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For more information please contact: Glynis Bazemore at 252-325-4142.

All registration forms need to be mailed to:
P.O. Box 153, Kelford, NC 27847



Summer History Day Camp: Living History Program for Students

Beaufort Historical Association’s Welcome Center, located at 130 Turner Street


Summer History Day Camp: Living History Program for Students

The Beaufort Historical Association will host a three-day Summer History Day Camp for children ages 8-11 years old. There will be two sessions for students to choose from, one offered in late July and the other in early August. Camp runs from 9 a.m. to noon each day and the participants will meet at the Beaufort Historical Association’s Welcome Center, located at 130 Turner Street. Throughout the week, students will have the opportunity to tour and learn about each of the buildings and the gardens on the Beaufort Historic Site.
Campers will participate in colonial activities to learn about life in early America. These activities will awaken their awareness of the difficulties facing our ancestors, make them more appreciative of present day life, and encourage them to work harder towards a more productive future. Students will learn about colonial money, clothing, and cooking while touring the historic buildings, including the popular Jail and Apothecary. They will also be invited to participate in hands-on activities that range from rope making and knot tying to gardening, butter churning, and open hearth cooking. The camp will incorporate snacks and recreation time, where campers will have a chance to dress up in vintage costumes and try colonial games. At the end of the week, campers can use coins they have earned during the workshops to barter with each other for crafts they have made.
Cheryl Munyan, along with other dedicated Beaufort Historical Association volunteers and staff, will share their knowledge and unique skills in the Living History day camp.

Session 1 runs from July 29th-31st, and session 2 runs from August 5th-7th, with reservations required. There is a limit of 12 children per session and a materials fee of $40, to be paid at the time of reservation. Scholarships are available.

For information on the day camp and other Living History Programs, stop by the Beaufort Historical Association Welcome Center at 130 Turner Street, call 252-728-5225 or 800-575-7483, or visit www.beauforthistoricsite.org.