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Summer Camp 2017

Registration for our 2017 summer camps starts February 14! We have day camps in Fairfield, at Milford Point, in Glastonbury, and in Pomfret.

Use these links to register now:

Center at Fairfield

Milford Point Coastal Center

Center at Glastonbury

Center at Pomfret

 

 

 

 

 

Use these links for more information:

Center at Fairfield
Camp brochure.
Registration Information
Registration Form
Welcome Letter
Medical Form
Authorization for Administration of Medication
Junior Counselor Registration Form

Coastal Center at Milford Point
Camp brochure.
Welcome letter.
Drop-off/Pick-up Form

Glastonbury
Camp brochure.
Welcome letter.

Center at Pomfret

Pomfret summer camp brochure
Pomfret summer camp mail-in registration form.

 

 

 

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