ROSELLE, NJ - Get your kids ready for best eight weeks of their young lives, as Roselle presents the 2018 version of its summer fun camp for borough youngsters.
Under the direction of Recreation Director Donald Shaw, borough officials have put together eight weeks of fun, from outdoor adventures, to movies, to arts and crafts, to bowling to swimming. There are also visits to a lake and to a fun-plex for kids ages 5-12 and teens from 12-15. The borough also provides programming for children with disabilities.
“We have, without a doubt, one of the best summer camp programs in Union County,” said Roselle Mayor Christine Dansereau. “It is affordable and includes a wide variety of programs. My office, as well as the Borough Council and our recreation department, are tremendously proud of it and hope all families take part in what will be an incredible summer in Roselle.”
Register in person by June 18 at the Anthony Amalfe Community Center, 1268 Shaffer Ave., or visit www.boroughofroselle.com.
The last day to register is Tuesday, June 18. Roselle Summer Fun Camp runs June 25 through August 17 from 7:15 am to 5:30 pm at four convenient sites: Washington Elementary, Polk Elementary, Harrison Elementary, and Grace Wilday Middle School.
The eight-week Roselle Summer Fun Camp includes free breakfast and lunch. Trips and tips are not included in fees.
The rate schedule for families: $320 for one child, $530 for two children, $720 for three children, $1,101 for four children, $1,250 for five children and $1,490 for six children. Non-residents can also participate, but at a higher cost.
The mayor noted the camp is also a terrific summer job opportunity for local youth, with more than 70 residents set to work this summer as counselors and support staff.
For more information, call 908-259-3036.
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