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Help promote environmental literacy through this enjoyable and rewarding camp program! Sierra Cubs campers are invited once again to explore the natural world this summer in a camp setting among the shady live oak trees and Shoal Creek Greenbelt. Campers will receive instruction and participate in hands-on activities in several naturalist topics including: endangered species, native plants, aquatic ecology, geology, insects, and other wildlife. They will also learn how to use EcoArt, Eco-Tunes, and Earth Game activities, and sign
language to expand their naturalist skills.

When? M-F 9:00 a.m. until 12 noon the week of July 5-9.
Location? St. Andrews Episcopal School, in Central Austin near 34th and North Lamar.
Who? Sierra Cubs Camp is open to youth entering grades first-fourth grade


Volunteers are needed to lead groups of five campers through hikes and activities. Full week availability is preferred, but we will accept single morning volunteers. A short training session will be held on Saturday, June 26th, at 9am at St. Andrew's School. Please RSVP to or contact for questions at snaxxx@livejournal.com

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captspastic
Jun. 4th, 2004 06:23 pm (UTC)
If it were any other time, and not a week, I'd be glad to help, but a that time, I am going to be totally busy.