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2017 Euharlee Summer Camp

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Euharlee, GA – The City of Euharlee is offering a selection of summer day camps this year to give kids a fun and exciting experience during summer break. Starting in June, there will be four camps with varying themes to give participants an entertaining and educational encounter.

City Manager James Stephens explains “we want to expand the services we provide to the community and help foster engagement with families and children in Euharlee. We have great staff and facilities at the city parks and welcome center and museum to implement the program. We are testing the waters this year. If we get a positive response, we hope to grow this into a summer long program in the future.”
The first camp runs June 12 to 15, with a Team Sports theme. Campers will play a mixture of sports including kickball, corn hole, capture the flag, and more!

“Our goal is to create an environment that is fun and inviting. Focusing on friendly competition, this camp is open to children of all skill levels,” Euharlee Welcome Center and History Museum Director Katie Gobbi remarks.

June 26 to 29, campers will venture back to the early days of Euharlee to learn how life was for the pioneers. With hands-on demonstrations and crafts, campers will learn about the work and play from the early 1800s.

July 10 to 13, the theme is Red, White, and Blue! Campers can celebrate Independence Day by learning more about the United States flag, meet a veteran, and help pack a care package for members of the military.

July 17 to 20, campers will get to know their hometown, past and present, with fun games, hands-on demonstrations, and activities. We will meet local firefighters, police officers and more!

The camps are open to all children between the ages of 7 and 11. All camps run Monday to Thursday, 9:00am to 3:00pm. The tuition is $85 for one week; $150 for two weeks; $225 for three weeks; and $280 for all four weeks. Lunch, snacks, and a t-shirt are included with the tuition. Limited scholarships are available, courtesy of our generous sponsors.

Registration is available at or at Euharlee City Hall. For questions about registration or scholarships, please contact Katie Gobbi at or 770-607-2017.
Space is limited, so sign up today!

About the Euharlee Welcome Center and History Museum:
The Euharlee Welcome Center and History Museum opened its doors to the public in 1997. Located in historic downtown Euharlee, the welcome center and museum exhibits the unique history and heritage of Euharlee and the surrounding area, including Native American, agricultural, and community history.

The welcome center and museum is open Wednesday through Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm and Sunday 2:00pm to 4:00pm.