Healthy Habits Camp-in-a-Kit July 2020

07/13/2020 - 07/17/2020 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Healthy Habits Camp-in-aKit

Healthy Habits Camp-in-a-Kit STILL PROMISES a fun-filled week of health education activities, games, crafts, & playtime…grab-n-go style.

Healthy Habits Camp, like most things right now, is going remote. Although we are not able to host camp at the Poe Center in July due to concerns with the Coronavirus, staff have found creative ways to bring camp to you. We can promise the same great health-focused content, the same enthusiastic staff, and engaging activities that make Healthy Habits Camp so unique and fun.

REGISTER YOUR CAMPER TODAY!

WHO:        Rising 1st-5th grade students

WHAT:       Healthy Habits Summer Camp

WHEN:      Monday-Friday, July 13-17, 2020 | Pick Up Kits: 8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.

  Online Activities: To be announced

WHERE:    The Poe Center for Health Education | 224 Sunnybrook Road, Raleigh, NC 27610

HOW:         Here’s how it will work, each day:

      • Pull up to the Poe Center.
      • Friendly staff in COVID-compliant gear will greet you with your daily camp kit.
      • Head home for a day of fun with activities, crafts, food, and links to engaging health lessons.
      • Join Healthy Habits Camp staff online for fun, interactive play with your camp kits. Offered three times per day. (Optional)

Camp Kits include:

      • Souvenir Poe Center tote
      • Makings for a healthy breakfast, lunch, and snack
      • Craft and activity supplies
      • Activity-of-the-Day instructions
      • Access details for optional daily online live camp activities

REGISTER: Required applications must be submitted to the Poe Center:

Healthy Habits Camp 2020 Registration – ENGLISH/SPANISH

QUESTIONS? Email Alaina Hart, Camp Coordinator

NO COST FOR ELIGIBLE* CHILDREN & FAMILIES.

*Healthy Habits Camp is funded by the USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — SNAP. Children who qualify for free or reduced-price lunches at school may participate at no cost.  Healthy Habits Camp is exclusively offered to qualifying children.


This material was funded by USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — SNAP.

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