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Wilson to Offer 21st Season of SEEDS Summer Camps

Posted: April 7, 2010

4/7/2010 The annual Summer Enrichment and Exploration Day School (SEEDS) at Wilson College will be held June 14 to 18 and July 12 to 16.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: April 7, 2010
CONTACT: Kathy Lehman, Director of Conferences and Special Events
Phone: 717-262-2003
Email: specialevents@wilson.edu

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – The annual Summer Enrichment and Exploration Day School (SEEDS) at Wilson College will be held June 14 to 18 and July 12 to 16. Sessions run from 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. daily, and are open to children in kindergarten through grade 6.

With 21 classes to choose from, there is something to interest every child, including such longtime favorites as archery, science, “What’s Cooking” and T-shirt design to new offerings such as artistic recycling, bowling, cheerios cheerleading, Jazz-ma-taz, terrific tappers, denim crafts and more.

Participants will attend two classes each morning.

Parents should drop children off and pick them up at Laird Hall.

The cost of each week-long SEEDS camp is $105 per child. A family plan of $90 for each additional child in the same family per week is also available.

Pre-registration is required by June 1. To register or learn more about the course offerings, visit Wilson’s website, www.wilson.edu and search for “SEEDS,” or contact Darlene Coover at 717-262-2003 or dgcoover@wilson.edu.

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Founded in 1869, Wilson College is a liberal arts college dedicated to the education of women. Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church and located in Chambersburg, Pa. Wilson offers bachelor’s degrees in 30 areas and a master’s degree in education. The college’s 2009-10 enrollment in both the College for Women and the Adult Degree Programs is 838 and includes students from 20 states and 18 foreign countries. Wilson is committed to environmental sustainability and to preparing leaders who will serve their communities and professions effectively.

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