Motor City Summer Camp

Branch: 
Hubbard

Immediately after the Free Summer Lunch program, children and youth ages 6-17 may
join in a variety of summer camp activities: arts & crafts, reading, table activities, movies,
computer activities, etiquette training, self-esteem, motivation, cooking classes, chess
classes and more.  Camp began in July and will continue until August 15.  Call Mrs. Herard at
313-588-4645 to find out if any space is available for the last 2 weeks.

Age: 
Children under 18

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