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Camp Berger accepting applications for 2010 season
  APRIL 2, 2010 --

Camp Maud Isbell Berger, located on scenic Park Pond in Winchester Center, CT is now accepting applications for its 55th camping season. While owned and operated by the Connecticut State Grange, Camp Berger is open to all children ages 7-14.

Campers are given the opportunity to sample a large variety of programs or to concentrate on programs of special interest. The daily program consists of four main program periods that allow campers to participate and receive instruction in such areas as: sailing, canoeing, fishing, rowing, archery, funyacking, sports, rocketry, arts and crafts, dramatics, swimming and nature. Special event programs offered throughout the summer include: dancing, music and campcraft. The Camp Berger program is designed to give campers a chance to select and participate in programs of their choice away from the pressures of highly organized and strictly scheduled activities. A balanced program is offered with both individual and group participation.

Camp Berger is dedicated to providing an affordable camping experience for all children by keeping its rates among the lowest in the state. Six weekly overnight sessions, and 6 weekly day camp sessions are offered beginning July 11, 2010. The fee is $300 for each one week overnight session or $150 for each one week day camp session, with a $50 deposit required to hold space in each desired weekly session. All fees are payable in full two weeks prior to the start of the camp period.

Two Open Houses will be held on Sunday, May 16 and Sunday, June 13 at the Camp on Wahnee Road in Winchester Center. Tours will be provided from 11:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.

Complete registration information and forms are available by contacting Camp Director Dorian Lockett at (203) 527-7156 or by visiting the Camp Berger website at: www.campberger.org.

 

 
 
 

 
     
     
       
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