Lunch & Snack Ideas
Tired of the same old thing for lunch? Keep in mind the tasty trio: fruits and veggies, whole grains, and protein. When it's time to make those lunches and snacks it can be difficult to decide which options are the healthiest.

Here are some tasty and easy ideas for you:


Year Round Day Camp
Kindergarten - 13 years 
Arts & Crafts, trips, and innovative activities will make the break from school a memorable one.
Early Drop off is available for an additional $10 and starts at 7:40 am. 
 FULL - waiting list only. 
Fall / Winter Crafty Kids
Ages 7 & above
Check out what instructor Ms. Karen Fellema has in store for you this fall and winter.
At the Train Station downtown.
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Crafty Creations with Ms. Karen
Ages 7 & above
Make a day off  school a mini vacation for your child.
At the Train Station downtown
9:00 am - 3:00 pm (bring lunch & drink)
Full Day Outings
(Kindergarten - 12 years)
Features exciting trips, games, parks & activities.
8:30 am - 5:30 pm at the Train House. 
Early Release School Day
 (Kindergarten - 12 years)
Features bowling and as many fun activities as we can manage. 
11:30 am - 5:30 pm at the Train House.
Check with your school about riding the bus to the Campbell House /Train House.  
Babysitters Training
(11 years and over)
Soon to be babysitters, current wage earning babysitters, and "old pros" will enjoy this fast paced, hands-on class that teaches how to: handle emergencies, interview for babysitting, feed kids, make good, responsible decisions, supervise children, perform first aid, keep kids & yourself safe, perform basic routines, and choose safe and age appropriate toys and games. 
Bring lunch & drink. 
More information see registration. 
December Clay Camp
Ages 5 - Teen
Children will learn the art and craft of clay while having fun exploring their creativity.
Instructor is Ms. Karen Fellema
At the Train Station downtown
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
(No camp Jan 1)
Jr. Camp Counselor
14-16 Years Old

Too young to get a real job? Too old to sit around the house watching cartoons? Not interested in cleaning the house or picking up the yard? Get involved in great volunteer opportunity that offers on-the-job training in planning, set up, and clean up of games and activities, helping children in a fun atmosphere, and a chance to work along side and under the supervision of great instructors.

Call Sue Gillis at the Recreation Office at 910-692-2463 or email Sue Gillis for details and to apply.