Y to offer Tee-Ball league


Day camp also planned

For the Daily Call



MIAMI COUNTY — The Miami County YMCA is offering a Tee-Ball League beginning June 13. This league is for 3-to-5-year-olds and will be held at the Robinson Branch on Tuesday evenings. The program runs for eight weeks this summer with two weeks of practice and six weeks of games.

Early registration runs through May 28 and can be completed over the phone or at either YMCA Branch. A coaches meeting will take place at the Robinson Branch on June 1 at 6 p.m. for all parents signing up to coach. For more information on either league contact Jaime Hull, youth program director, at (937) 440-9622.

The Miami County YMCA also will be offering a summer day camp program. Each fun filled week will allow boys and girls an opportunity to enjoy themselves and make new friends in an outdoor/camp atmosphere. A variety of activities will be offered including swimming, hiking, arts and crafts and sports.

Summer day camp will have a different theme each week with Thursdays being the “trip of the week.” Week themes include Crazy Clothes Week, Day Camp Olympics Week and Water Works Week. Trips include zoos, a Cincinnati Reds Game, Kings Island, COSI and Zoombezi Bay Water Park. Campers can sign up for one to 11 weeks of camp. Camp weeks run from June 5 through Aug. 18. There is also the option to just participate on trip days.

Summer day camp is for children going into first through sixth grade. Youth in seventh grade and up can apply to be Counselors-in-Training (CITs) in which they will have a chance to take a leadership role during camp, helping Counselors lead activities. Interested CITs should contact the camp director to become a part of the program.

Camp runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (later on trip days) at both the Piqua and Robinson branches with pre- and post-camp day care offered at the Piqua branch child care center. Registration forms are available at both branches and further questions can be answered by the camp director Jaime Hull at (937) 440-9622.

Day camp also planned

For the Daily Call