Summer Camps at YWCA Foster Friendships; Feature Swimming, Sports, Trips to the Beach

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YWCA Greenwich Summer Camps foster friendships and convey happiness every 12 months to loads of kids from a long time 15 months to preteen.
With swimming, sports, trips to the beach, area journeys to neighborhood museums, recreational centers, and amusement parks, as well as an expansion of onsite sports, kids can’t wait to come back again each yr.
Preschool Camp
Girls & Boys 15 months – 5 years
• Session 1: June 25 – July 20
• Session 2: July 23 – August 17
Campers enjoy a splash pad, playgrounds, and play, swimming, gymnastics, science and nature activities, analyzing, songs and more. Certified and licensed instructors/counselors nurture summertime campers to ensure that they revel in social, instructional and leisure enrichment.
Contact: Geri Smiles
g.Smiles@ywcagreenwich.Org
Tel. 203-869-6501, ext. 221
Camp Ta-Yi-To
Girls & Boys 5 – 12 years
• Session 1: June 24 – July 19
• Session 2: July 22 – August sixteen
For 50 years, YWCA Greenwich has mixed gaining knowledge of and play through subject journeys, unique events and applications, sports activities for all levels, swimming, and trips to the seashore. STEAM activities are blanketed for extra enrichment and educational fun.
Contact: Arthur Smith
a.Smith@ywcagreenwich.Org
Tel. 203-869-6501, ext. 251
Girls Circle Camp
Girls in Grades 6 – 8
• July 9 – July 19
A camp just for women where new friendships grow. Girls learn new competencies and build shallowness through games, crafts, area trips, workshops with nearby artists, writers, expert role fashions and a lot a laugh.
For facts about eligibility and registration, call Leslie Coplin at 203-869-6501, ext. 173.
All camps run from nine:00 am – 4:30 pm and early and overdue pickup are available – additional fees observe.

Brendan Whitman hit his stride on the proper time en path to turning into the Sun Journal All-Region Boys Swimmer of the Year.
He completed 2d in the 100-yard freestyle at the KVAC championships as the whole lot that had to pass right did move appropriately for the Edward Little senior.
“Going into it, I wasn’t simply considering it; I simply desired to swim my race, I wasn’t going to focus around me going into it,” Whitman stated. “It was likely the high-quality race of my season — my strokes, my turns; it just felt very first-rate.”
Whitman’s time for that race was fifty-one.54 seconds. He also positioned fifth inside the 50-yard freestyle event on the KVAC meet.
At the Class A nation championships, he completed 10th vicinity in the hundred freestyle (fifty two.08 seconds) and 11th within the 50 freestyle (23.83 seconds).
Whitman said his purpose changed into to complete within the pinnacle eight in the 100 freestyle at the kingdom championship meet. While he became disappointed in falling just of that, he didn’t need to permit one race to outline his complete season.
Overall, from the beginning of the season, he dropped about a 2d from his time inside the 100 freestyle and eight-tenths of a second in the 50 freestyle.
Edward Little’s Brendan Whitman is the Sun Journal All-Region Boys Swimmer of the Year. Sun Journal image using Daryn Slover
He turned into additionally received the Chris Campbell Award, which goes to the maximum brilliant male swimmer on the Lewiston-Edward Little meet. During that meet, he won the 50 (23.Seventy seven) and one hundred (fifty two.Ninety seven) freestyles and helped lead Edward Little to victory inside the 400-backyard freestyle relay.

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