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Campus Rec Offers 'Kool 2B Fit' Recess Day Camp
The UNH Department of Campus Recreation is please to announce the 2nd Annual “Kool 2B Fit” Recess Day Camp for Kids during the two weeks of school vacation (Feb 20-24 & April 24-28). The camp provides an opportunity for youth between the ages of 6-12 to interact and engage in a diverse repertory of fitness activities, from group games and swimming to snowshoeing and indoor rock climbing. Many more activities as well! Our philosophy is that being fit doesn't have to be work and we want to instill a love of being active, a desire to explore the world around us and a motivation to work to improve skills and abilities in physical activity. The camp runs from 8am to noon and staff consists of Assistant Director of Fitness, Graduate Intern and Assistants, Nutritionist, Aerobic Instructors, Personal trainers and University students. All of our counselors are qualified and have previous camp experience in addition to CPR/First Aid Certification. Its Kool 2B Fit...we hope your children will join us for a week of fun! For more information or to request a registration form contact UNH Campus Rec at 2-2031.


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