Local university offers fun, healthy summer camps for Oklahoma children

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A local university is gearing up for summer, offering Summer camp for Oklahoma kids.

Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) is ready for summer, ready for camps and ready for kids. Summer Sports Camps and College for Kids kick off June 2.

OCCC Recreation and Fitness offers camps for children ages six to 18 for half-day or whole-day activities. The month of June is packed with basketball, soccer, karate and t-ball, while July is set aside for volleyball, multi-sports, competitive swimming, indoor track and field, flag football, intro to dance techniques and intro to cheer and dance.

Half and all-day Fit Kids Camps promote health, wellness and physical fitness. Campers will be introduced to a variety of group fitness classes and will enjoy swim time in the OCCC pool.

All-day Fit Kids Camp will include a week of swimming, indoor and outdoor games and a variety of field trips including trips to the Oklahoma City Zoo, Earlywine Water Park and Andy Alligator’s Water Park. Students must be 6 to 12 years old to participate.

Children participating in any of the summer sports camps must be in grades first through eighth in the fall of 2014.

Click here for more information about OCCC’s Fit Kids Camp.

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