Fidelis Care
Wayne Resource Guide Summer Camps (See also Community Center Programs)


First Baptist Church
133 E. Miller St., Newark
315.576.1202
Various camps, some ranging 1 week for small fee, encouraging youth leadership, community commitment, and promote character to build strong, healthy youth in our community.

Lions Club International
www.lionsclubs.org
Provide free vision screenings for the community including children and seniors, free eyeglasses, hearing aid recycling, camps, transportation for seniors, scholarships, and financial support to various county organizations. Restrictions and eligibility vary from club to club.

Rotary International
www.rotary.org
Camp Onseyawa offers a diverse program to children with physical, emotional and mental disabilities. Program areas include swimming, riflery, handicrafts, ceramics, drama, fishing, boating and much more. It is the aim of our professional program staff to provide fun and teach leisure skills. Camp Onseyawa is open to children age 8-16 with a physical, mental or emotional disability. Contact your local club.

SBJSA
Sodus Point
315.483.8883
www.sbjsa.org
Sodus Bay Junior Sailing Association, Inc., summer day camp provides students swimming and sailing skills and healthy interaction with their peers. Lifelong friendships and positive youth development through role models and quality programming. Scholarships available.

YMCA
www.ymca.net
The YMCA Strong kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities, a variety of courses, camps and classes focused on Mind, Body and Spirit. Scholarship and discounted rates apply based on a sliding scale.



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