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SEE Camp Invites Prospective Families to Open House Event Saturday

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SUMMIT, NJ — SEE Camp invites prospective families to attend its upcoming open house event at the Summit campus on Saturday, March 11, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The Summit Campus is located at Oratory Prep at 1 Beverly Road.

According to the invitation, the open house is an excellent way to get to know SEE Camp. SEE Camp, known as the “Summer Excitement Experience,” allows kids to explore avenues like science, theater, art, sports and more in order to help them find their true passion.

During the open house, parents and their prospective campers will have the opportunity to tour the facility, meet the staff, view a DVD presentation and participate in hands-on learning activities.

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To RSVP, call 973-831-7779 or email the camp at seecamp@horizonsinlearning.org

In addition, those who register for SEE Camp 2017 will receive a discount for referring a friend. If that friend registers for two weeks, both campers will receive a $25 discount. If that friend registers for four weeks, both campers will receive a $50 discount.

Visit www.seecamps.com to get started.

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