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i i i! i! Camp trips include several venues fit for water fun and sunbathing, including Pine Lake Park and Sammamish State Park. MIGHTY MITE PRESCHOOL DAY CAMPS, CON'T. MCDONALD HAD A FARM 4-5 $80 y, August 10 - 14 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Wednesday) 8 / Max: 15 #: 3284 Community Center #: 3285 Beaver Lake Middle School clothespin sheep, potato pigs, and cook our own ~r and buscuits. You will even make your own animal mural your room at home! We'll play Chicken and Fox / some fun sports. Moo! Ooink! Baaa! Field trip is to Farms in Carnation, where you'll pet live animals, c, and see a puppet show. UNDER THE SEA Age: 4- 5 Fee: $75 Monday - Friday, August 17 - 21 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Wednesday) Min: 8/Max: 15 Course #: 3286 "W/" Community Center Course #: 3773 Beaver Lake Middle School We'll explore the creatures under the sea, learn about salmon, make fish prints, and sample snacks at our own fish-tastingf A water safety expert will teach us how to be safe around water. We'll have fun with water and boats at our water table and wading pools, we'll try water balloon races, and make a pre- tend aquarium to take home. Our field trip is a picnic at Lake Sammamish State Park where we'll build sand castles, try out the play equipment, and more! YOUTH SUMMER DAY CAMPS IN PERSON AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER 1 AT 8:00 A.M. week of camp plus a one-time non- $10 registration fee required at time of reg- payment is due seven days before camp begins Your child's place will be forfeited to the first person the waiting list. ,g grades 1 - 5 (ages 6 - 12) must have completed Kindergarten. Issaquah Community Center, Clark Elemen- and Beaver Lake Middle School. daily child to staff ratio, lower ratio on field trips. Extended care at no additional cost 7:00 - 9:00 a.m and 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Each child should bring their own lunch, drink, and snack. 0 Camp groups are divided by grade level. Age appropriate activities geared to grades I & 2, 3 - 5. Weekly activities include games, crafts, swimming at the Iseaquah pool, Lake Sammamish, or Pine Lake, ser- vice projects, local hikes, and field trips. Transportation will be by foot, school bus, and METRO Transit. Day camp hours are 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Minimum: 25/Maximum: 50. 21