Halifax Humane Society in Daytona Beach, Florida is happy to announce that the annual PAWS Summer Camp is back again this year! Camps are for children ages 6-12 and run from 9am to 3pm daily.
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For the health and safety of all our campers and staff, the following changes to our Summer Camp Program include:
Camp is limited to 20 campers per week.
Your child’s safety is our number one priority, which is why we take check in and check out very seriously. You MUST sign your child in before you depart. Camp counselors will be taking every campers temperature and filling out a screening checklist prior to entering camp each day. Any temperature over 100, the camper will be asked to leave camp.
There are 8, 1 week camps. Space is limited so register early!
Camps weeks are:
6/8 – 6/12: Ages 6-8
6/15 – 6/19: Ages 6-8
6/22 – 6/26: Ages 6-8
7/6 – 7/10: Ages 9-12
7/13 – 7/17: Ages 9-12
7/20 – 7/24: Ages 9-12
7/27 – 7/31: Ages 6-12
8/3 – 8/7: Ages 6-12
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Daily presenters include:
Fun with Bears (no bears will be in the room)
K-9 Ormond Strong Service Dog Trainers
Visits from the HHS Ambassador Dogs
Ask the Veterinarian with Dr. Green
Obedience Club of Daytona Beach
Volusia County Animal Services
Dog Training with Marcia
Dog Agility Presentation
and much more!
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Cost is $125.00 per camper per week. Lunch is available to be ordered as an add on at registration.
Register visit www.hhspawscamp.org
Volusia County Mosquito Control Will Hold Two Tire Amnesty Events To Help Reduce Pesky Insect Population
With mosquito season in full swing, Volusia County is ramping up efforts to combat these pesky insects. Ongoing efforts to reduce mosquito populations include eliminating containers where mosquitoes lay eggs, with old tires being a common culprit. Volusia County Mosquito Control will hold two tire amnesty events on Friday, Oct. 9.
The Duke Energy Foundation has awarded nearly $355,000 to 10 nonprofits committed to protecting and restoring Florida’s natural resources. The grants will fund programs that protect and rehabilitate Florida wildlife, as well as conserve and restore native habitats. The grants also support environmental education and help preserve Florida’s natural resources, including its waterways.
Boo at the Zoo, Brevard Zoo’s popular family Halloween event, is moving from night to day to accommodate social distancing needs. It is scheduled to run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on October 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25 and 31.
Wild Florida Airboats, Gator Park & Drive-thru Safari celebrates 10 years of airboats, animal encounters, and adventure by giving everyone free weekday admission to their Gator Park through the month of October with a canned food donation.
Have you ever wanted to learn to be a trained weather spotter? You’ll have two opportunities in October, and the training is free and conveniently available from the comfort of your own computer, cell phone or tablet. It’s called SKYWARN training, and it’s geared toward anyone interested in learning more about our Florida weather.
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