December 27, 2004
Valdosta - Some South Georgia students are enjoying their break from school at a holiday camp.
About 45 kids are enrolled in the Valdosta-Lowndes YMCA's annual Christmas camp. Each day, they take part in different character development activities, recreational game, and computer programs.
They also go on field trips. Last week, they visited Hambrick's Christmas tree farm and this week they'll go to Foxx's Pizza.
"Our staff ratio is really good, we keep a one to ten and its a very safe environment and the kids always have fun, there's lots to do," said Beth Futch, Youth and Teen Director.
The camp is open to all children between four and 12 years old. You do not have to be a YMCA member.
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