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Pigeon Forge Offers Weekly Summer Camp for Kids

Registration has begun for the Pigeon Forge Summer Camp program.

The City of Pigeon Forge Department of Parks and Recreation will offer weekly summer camp for kids 5-12 years old beginning June 8, 2015 and running through August 7, 2015.

Summer camp will be held Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Each day will be full of activities. At the beginning of each week, kids will have the opportunity to choose activities in which they want to participate during the week. Weather permitting, kids will swim at the pool each day and spend most of the day at the pool on Friday. The Pigeon Forge Library will provide a special program on Tuesday afternoons.

Campers will receive breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack every day at camp through a grant from the East Tennessee Human Resource Agency (ETHRA).

Pigeon Forge Summer Camp cost is $80 per week per child.

For information or to register, call Summer Camp Program Supervisor Tiffany Romines at 865-429-7373.

There will be no camp offered the week of July 6-10.

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