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Kirby Campers' Summer Fun

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Pictured here is Grayson Farrell, age 6 of Madison, enjoying the Rock Climbing Wall at a special event at Kirby's Camp Wantago.
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Summer is going strong at Camp Wantago at the Madison Area YMCA's F.M. Kirby Children's Center. Campers are enjoying summer activities galore including Bounce Around Day and outdoor Rock Wall Climbing.

Select spaces remain through September 2 for weekly sessions of Camp Wantago with free before and after care for children who are entering grades 1 through 5. Preschool Camp Wantago and Little Bit of Camp Wantago continue with weekly sessions through August 27.

End-of-summer camp is a great transition for children and families preparing for busier fall schedules. Kirby is offering new options for fall designed to suit both your child's needs and your busy schedule. For more information about summer camps and fall F.M. Kirby Children's Center programs for infants through school-age children, contact Program Director Susan Greco at 973-377-4945 or sgreco@madisonymca.org or visit www.madisonareaymca.org.

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