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Camp Magalahi

CAMPS

Camp Magalahi

 

Camp Magalahi is a summer program that provides youth with intentional learning opportunities to foster positive relationships, take positive risks to enhance personal growth and realize their potential to contribute toward making a positive change within their community.

 

The Camp Magalahi team is made up of a group of dedicated professionals and volunteers who want to ensure a safe, fun, and educational experience for all participants. They include 4-H Advisors [4-H Extension Agents / Aides; 4-H Core Counselors (officers); 4-H adult volunteers (21 & up); 4-H counselors (ages 16-21); and 4-H Counselors-in-Training (ages 12-15).

 

2018 4-H Camp Magalahi

Water Day

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Agriculture day at NMC-CREES Research Farm

500 Sails Swim Camp

 
 
Swim Camp is a summer program that provides youth with the opportunity to learn about the fundamentals of water safety and basic swimming techniques.  

 

Participants learn basic swimming techniques

Participants learn basic swimming techniques

   

Participants learn basic swimming techniques

Participants learn the fundamentals of water safety

articipants learn the fundamentals of water safety

Tinian 4-H Summer Day Camp

 

Tinian 4-H Summer Campis a summer program made up of collaborative community partners, facilitators,advisers, and 4-H Counselors-in-Training, that provide the youth (ages 5 to 15)with various learning opportunities to develop their social, emotional,cognitive, and physical development while partaking in a variety of fun activitieswhich may include agriculture, nutrition, cultural dancing, arts & crafts, watersports, and lots more!


Mr. Duponcheel giving a presentation on Agriculture

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Students at Tinian CREES Station

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Research Assistant; Samson Palacios teaching kids on pruning activity.

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Rota Camps are Coming Soon!

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