TEEN TIMES by Cody Chandler Hilton
DIFFERENT CHOICES FOR SUMMER 2010
Make the Caribbean your own unforgettable classroom this summer! Academic credit in Marine Biology is available on our Sierra programs, and college credit is available in Outdoor Education on our Echo programs. Whichever program you choose, you'll combine fun and adventure with hands-on learning – this is one class you'll never forget!
No experience necessary. You’ll just need a will to learn, a desire to take on responsibility, a comfort level on the water, and a sense of adventure.
Visit great locations. Our programs cover two stunning island chains in the Caribbean region - the British Virgin Islands and the Leeward Islands.
For all the infoVisit: www.sailcaribbean.com.
Catalina Island Camps develops life long skills through fun and unique outdoor experiences in a community that cultivates respect for self, others and the environment. Children entering 3rd - 10th grades enjoy one and two week resident camp sessions at Howlands Landing on the west end of Catalina. Activities include snorkeling, sailing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboards, climbing wall, ropes course and more. Campers live in cabins with 6 - 10 campers and 2 camp counselors. Camp food is fresh and plentiful with an entrée, salad bar at lunch and dinner, vegetarian options and fresh fruit at every meal.
Visit Catalina Island Camps and register today. Enter the Registration Code "chamber" and receive a $150 discount for a one week session and a $250 discount for a two week session. August 18 - 22, 2010, Catalina Island Camps hosts the Jean-Michel Cousteau Family Camp. 20 families spend five days enjoying camp activities and learning about our valuable ocean resource. Sunset at Mt. Orizaba
Call 800-696-2267 for more information.