Register Now For H2O’s Summer Service CampApril 28, 2021
H2O, Lakewood’s youth service organization, is happy to announce that they will be holding an in-person Summer Service Camp this year.
Lakewood residents entering grades 7-9 will spend time performing service activities and team building activities. Trained high school/college aged students act as service mentors for the younger participants. These skilled counselors supervise, instruct, motivate and empower their teams of five to six campers through a rich variety of hands on activities and learning experiences.
Below please find links to register for Summer Service Camp; choose the session you would like your child to attend. Each child may register for only one session. If you need financial assistance, there will be an opportunity to check a box to request, then you can submit the form. If you are not requesting financial assistance, you will be taken to the last page of the form and there will be a link to the Lakewood Foundation site. Choose from the drop-down menu the session for which you are paying. A new link will open to pay on the Lakewood Foundation site- Please make sure to still submit the Google form. The information on the form is what actually secures the spot in camp.
The dates are:
Session One: June 22, 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30, July 1 https://forms.gle/aFEqtqa4CgYy1LwK8
Session Two: July 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22 https://forms.gle/fwbV8A84P9g6VbYF6
Session Three: July 27, 28, 29, 30, August 2, 3, 4, 5 https://forms.gle/M47XBimwTDvGfBKHA
H2O, Help-To-Others, connects Lakewood youth with volunteer opportunities to develop a strong desire to SERVE the community. Nurtured by a culture of kindness, they LEARN valuable skills while helping others. They GROW into more engaged citizens empowered to make an impact in the world.
Summer Camp FAQs
Where is Summer Service Camp located?
The camp day begins and ends in the Cafetorium at Garfield Middle School. Campers can enter through the “flagpole door” on the south west corner of the building, facing Detroit.
What are Summer Service Camp hours?
Campers may arrive at 9:45 am. The camp day starts promptly at 10:00 am and is dismissed at 3:00 pm.
**Please note that each camp session is eight days of programming, reduced from typical years which have nine days of programming. **
Who can apply to Summer Service Camp?
The application process is open to youth who are residents of Lakewood, regardless of where they attend school. Students who will be in 7th, 8th, or 9th grade in the fall may apply.
How does registration work?
This summer, registration is through electronic form and payment is accepted via PayPal on the Lakewood Foundation site. Registration will be accepted first come, first served rather than by lottery. If registration fills, please add your name to our waiting list. We will maintain a waiting list and notify parents as spaces become available.
If you are requesting financial assistance, please contact Emmie Hutchison at (216)529-6045 or email@example.com, but do fill out and submit registration.
What Covid safety precautions are being implemented?
We will plan to eat and have recreation outdoors as much as possible and distance while indoors. Masking will be required while indoors.
Campers will not visit agencies for service; all service is onsite or outdoors. When needed, we will transport campers on an 18-passenger bus at reduced capacity.
**This information applies for the summer of 2021. **
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