Campers will compete for Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals throughout the summer
LAS VEGAS (March 10, 2020): There is nothing quite like the experience of attending camp and Las Vegas-based non-profit Horses4Heroes offers one of the best summer day camps in Las Vegas for children ages 5 to 13. Registration is now open for 10 weeks of summer camp fun. Now in its 12th year, this year’s camp has an Olympics theme, “Let the Games Begin!” Parents can register online via Active Network portal: https://www.active.com/orgs/horses4heroes-inc.
Summer Adventure Camp 2020, 10, one-week camps, starts on Tuesday, May 26 and will run through August 7. There will be no camp the week of June 29. Camp is Monday -Friday, 8 am to 5 pm and weekly activities includes an outing to Texas Station. Also included is Horse 101, horseback rides, interactions with farm animals, activities with miniature horses, a Ninja-style obstacle course, ranch chores, games, archery and arts and crafts. A “cooking” class will teach campers how to prepare snacks for horses and farm animals.
Children ages 5 to 13 will enjoy fun activities with horses during camps at the Horses4Heroes Family Equestrian Center.
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Horses4Heroes camps are open only to Horses4Heroes members. Membership is free for Active Duty Service Members, First Responders, $25 for School Teachers and Nurses and $50 for Friends. Membership information can be found on the web site, www.horses4heroes.org. Camp is $150 for five days, plus a one-time, non-refundable $50 registration fee per family. New this year is sibling and multi-session discounts. Daily rates are available as well.
Teen volunteers, ages 14 to 17, are invited to serve as volunteer student counselors. For information on volunteering and earning community service hours, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsorships are available to under write the costs of camp, including transportation, Olympic medals, and supplies.
“Our camps are technology free and offer good old fashioned fun, all summer long,” said Sydney Knott, president and founder of Hoses4Heroes. “Campers get to use their imaginations, learn all about horses and farm animals, make new friends, create treasured memories, become more confident and leave camp with a powerful sense of accomplishment. ‘I did it’, is something we often hear!” said Ms. Knott.
Horses4Heroes operates the Horse4Heroes Family Equestrian Center in a rural northwest neighborhood. Here, at the non-profit’s headquarters and flagship facility, Horses4Heroes offers affordable horseback riding lessons for all ages and riding levels, camps, birthday parties, field trips and free workshops for veterans with PTSD, victims of domestic abuse and violence, recovering addicts, at-risk youth and teens and others in the community who need a hand up, not a hand out. Proceeds from all paid activities support the care and feeding of the horses and farm animals.
In 2014 and 2016, Horses4Heroes won the American Horse Council’s Time to Ride Challenge, a national initiative to introduce newcomers to horses. Horses4Heroes is the only repeat winner of this challenge and the only national equine non-profit that owns its own horses and uses those horses, including retired, donated and Feed Lot rescues, every day in programs that serve local heroes and the community. The organization’s large and growing national network of equestrian centers in 45 states and Canada offer affordable, sometimes free, recreational, instructional and health and wellness programs for all ages, all riding levels and in all disciplines. For more information on all programs and activities, email email@example.com, visit www.horses4heroes.org or call 702.645.8446.
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