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CAMP FEE: $350 SUMMER CAMP - 1 Week Camp Learn about Kentucky wildlife, why it’s important and how we care for wildlife both in our environment and at the center. Each camper will “adopt” one rescue animal for the duration of camp. Campers will have the opportunity to meet live educational animals each day. We will offer educational and fun games, hands-on learning activities, outdoor activities, indoor free- exploration time, and snacks. T-shirt included. Lunch provided Friday only, bring a lunch for the other days. Registration form at http://secondchanceswildlife.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/SC-camp-registration-PDF.pdf CAMP DETAILSAges: 8-12Dates: July 9-13, 2018 and July 30-August 3, 2018 Time: 9AM-3PM DailyCost: $350 CAMP REGISTRATION FORM AT:  http://secondchanceswildlife.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/SC-camp-registration-PDF.pdf More info about our education programs at http://secondchanceswildlife.org/education-programs/

When: Jul 30, 2018 9am in Mount Washington, Kentucky

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About Mount Washington, MA
The Town of Mount Washington Massachusetts was founded in 1779 and is located in Berkshire County. Mount Washington is one of the smallest towns in regards to the population which lists 140 year round residents.

Mount Washington has many outdoor scenic attractions such as Bash Bish Falls and Mt. Everett which is the second highest peak in Massachusetts.

The town takes pride in its immaculate beauty as well as being home to many rare plants and animals.