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Journal staff report and news@jessaminejournal.com | May 23, 2012
If your 6-, 7-, or 8-year-old is ready for an overnight 4-H camping experience, then Camp Cloverbud may be the place to start. Camp Cloverbud is specifically designed for campers (and parents) who are not yet ready for a full week of a residential camping experience. The length of stay is shorter (two nights and three days), and the staff to camper ratio is greater. Campers still participate in all the traditional camp activities offered at 4-H camp including canoeing, swimming, archery, nature, and recreation, as well as a host of fun nighttime activities.
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SPORTS
LARRY VAUGHT | February 12, 2009
Chuck Smith told Jordan Aumiller and the Boyle County coaching staff exactly what Aumiller had to do if he wanted a scholarship offer from Kentucky. "He had to come to our summer camp and do well. If you can do that, then obviously you are a good player and coach (Rich) Brooks has really been good about offering scholarships to players who come to camp and prove to him that they are good players," said Smith, Kentucky's linebackers coach who was also recently promoted to recruiting coordinator.
SPORTS
LARRY VAUGHT | February 4, 2005
LEXINGTON - As Joker Phillips went through the list of offensive linemen Kentucky added during Wednesday's national signing day, a thought hit him. "We've signed nine guys that can play up front. We've signed more offensive linemen than we have on scholarship on campus right now," said Phillips. "But when you are building a program, that's where you build first. "We don't have a senior in the group in our offensive line. These are guys that will be with us a few years. We don't want to ever be short of offensive linemen again.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 29, 2009
The Community Arts Center's "Arts Exploration Camp," now in its second year, will take students on a four-day excursion through the arts. The summer camp, led by local artists, will allow participants to experience a broad range of artistry and, most importantly, encourage each student's personal interest, skill and growth in the arts. The daily sessions will include demonstrations and hands-on "exploration" in pottery, painting, drawing, drama, creative movement, poetry, storytelling and music.
NEWS
May 1, 2009
A Health Care Careers Camp for eighth- and ninth-grade students is planned for July 20-24. Activities will be offered 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center and McDowell Wellness Center in Danville and James B. Haggin Memorial Hospital in Harrodsburg with an optional one-night stay at Campbellsville University. The summer camp, sponsored by the Ephraim McDowell Health Care Foundation, Southern Kentucky Area Health Education Center and Campbellsville University, is geared for kids entering the eighth and ninth grades who may be considering a future career in health care.
NEWS
April 10, 2013
BCHS FFA will open greenhouse to fund summer camp Boyle County High School FFA will have its greenhouse open to the public  April 22 through May 20. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Bedding annuals, vegetables and herbs will be available, as well as hanging baskets and ferns. The money made from the greenhouse will help students attend FFA camp during the summer. At right, Petunias are for sell in the greenhouse at Boyle County High School.   Bate retired teacher group to meet  Danville Bate Middle School Retired Teachers will  have breakfast at Shakertown at Pleasant Hill at 9 a.m. Friday.
SPORTS
March 5, 2008
Ten Star All-Star Basketball camp The Ten Star All-Star Summer Basketball is now taking applications. Boys and girls between the ages 10 to 19 are eligible but the camp is invitation only. Past participants include Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan, Vince Carter, Jerry Stackhouse, Grant Hill and Antawn Jamison. Camp locations include Lebanon, Tenn., Prescott, Ariz., Thousand Oaks, Calif., Babson Park, Fla., Gainesville, Ga., Champaign, Ill., Glassboro, N.J., Commerce, Texas.
SPORTS
LARRY VAUGHT | September 14, 2003
Adding offensive linemen is a recruiting priority for the University of Kentucky, which loses three starters off this year's offensive line to graduation. The Wildcats added their second high school offensive linemen when 270-pound Gary Williams of Louisville Seneca decided Thursday night to make a verbal commitment to Kentucky. He had delayed a decision on his college choice while waiting to see if Louisville would offer a scholarship. Since the Cardinals have yet to offer, he decided not to wait any longer after making a recent unofficial visit to Kentucky when the Cats hosted Louisville.
NEWS
By KIM RAGLAND | April 22, 2013
If your 6-, 7- or 8-year old is ready for an overnight 4-H camping experience then Camp Cloverbud may be the place to start. Camp Cloverbud is specifically designed for campers (and parents) who are not yet ready for a full week of a residential camping experience.  The length of stay is shorter (two nights and three days) and the staff to camper ratio is greater. Campers still participate in all the traditional camp activities offered at 4-H camp including canoeing, swimming, archery, nature and recreation, as well as a host of fun nighttime activities.
SPORTS
MIKE MARSEE | June 17, 2009
This is the second year in a row that the Centre College Youth Baseball Camp has gone off campus, because Centre's field is under construction for the second straight summer. Gary Wright Field has undergone significant changes over the last four years, and this is the second straight year that the diamond itself is being resurfaced, so the summer camp has once again found a home at Danville's Admiral Field. "(Danville) coach (Paul) Morse has been very good about allowing us to use the field," Centre coach Mike Pritchard said.
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