Eye On Y: Marco YMCA gears up for Happy Holidays summer camp theme

Former professional baseball player Tim Cain watches batter Nicholas Camposano during Cain's YMCA baseball camp.

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Former professional baseball player Tim Cain watches batter Nicholas Camposano during Cain's YMCA baseball camp.

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 It takes a giant ball to knock down giant pins at the Greater Marco Family YMCA's summer multi-camp party on Friday. Kevin Antoine rolls the big ball  to see how many pins he can topple. For information on the camps call 394-3144.

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Steve Reynolds/Special to the Eagle It takes a giant ball to knock down giant pins at the Greater Marco Family YMCA's summer multi-camp party on Friday. Kevin Antoine rolls the big ball to see how many pins he can topple. For information on the camps call 394-3144.

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 John Johnson launches the "giant bowling ball" during the multi-camp party at the Greater Marco Family YMCA on June 15.  For those interested in Sump Camp opportunities contact the YMCA at 394-3144.

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Steve Reynolds/Special to the Eagle John Johnson launches the "giant bowling ball" during the multi-camp party at the Greater Marco Family YMCA on June 15. For those interested in Sump Camp opportunities contact the YMCA at 394-3144.

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Girls in Cheryl Toth's Volleyball Camp, join in a group to practice serves, and ham it up for the camera. Caoch Meredith Morgan, left and head coach Toth are the book ends in the photo.

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Steve Reynolds/Special to the Eagle (3) Girls in Cheryl Toth's Volleyball Camp, join in a group to practice serves, and ham it up for the camera. Caoch Meredith Morgan, left and head coach Toth are the book ends in the photo.

Summer Day Camp participants and staff enjoying multi-camp party on Friday at the Greater Marco Family YMCA.

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Summer Day Camp participants and staff enjoying multi-camp party on Friday at the Greater Marco Family YMCA.

The Greater Marco Family YMCA is the place to be as Week 2 of Summer Day Camp comes to an end and Week 3 starts on Monday.

Not only was the Marco YMCA host to a multi-day-camp party, three specialty camps were held that included Tim Cain Baseball Camp, Cheryl Toth's Girls Volleyball Camp and Sensei Nick Lemke's Karate Camp.

The theme for Week 3 is Happy Holidays. Arts and crafts and other camp activities will center around our nation's birthday on July Fourth. The Marco YMCA will be open the 4th from 5 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The Summer Day Camp Field Trip schedule next week has kindergarten through second grades going to Hollywood 20 Movies on Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Ice Skating at Germain Arena for grades three through six, from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday,

Sign-ups continue for the following programs: June-July 2012,

Summer Junior Tennis, with Coach Bud Cox; Marco Island Charter Middle School Half Day Camp to Aug. 3;

YMCA Youth Swim Lessons with Dottie Weiner, July 2-16 and July 23-Aug. 2; British Challenger Soccer, July 9-13; Summer Youth Basketball and Girls Volleyball Travel Leagues, which run from July 9 to Sept. 29;

Y BE FIT! Adult Boot Camp Challenge- July 9 to Aug. 2; American Red Cross Learn to Swim Classes, July 10-31;

Cheer/Tumbling Camp, July 9-13; Tim Cain Baseball Camp, Seibukan Karate Camp and Girls Volleyball Camp, all July 16-20; Basic Training involving conditioning for grades 7 and 8, July 17-Aug. 2; Sport N Splash Camp, July 23-27; Scott Stewart Basketball Camp, July 23-27 and Gymnastics Camp, July 30-Aug. 6.

Vacation Bible School is July 16-23 and July 23-27.

The YMCA also has classes available for private lessons, They include: swim lessons with Rebecca Gill; swim lessons with Dottie Weiner, adult computer lessons with Nick Lemke; Fitness Assessment for Adults; Personal Training for Adults and Adult Aerobic Classes. They can be scheduled for early morning and late afternoon hours. Call the YMCA, 394-3144, to leave your name so the instructor can call to work out appointment times for you to meet your fitness needs.

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