CHARTWELLS SUMMER HOURS/MEAL PLANS
Lancers Loft Dining Hall will be open for summer hours
Monday, May 18th.
Door rates and hours of operation will be as follows:
8:30 -10:15 a.m. Breakfast $4.25 (Cooked to Order)
10:15 -11:30 a.m. Continental
11:30 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. Lunch $5.75
*Special Offer* Purchase a 30-lunch only meal plan for $160
($5.33 per meal)
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SUMMER ALL SPORTS CAMP
Athletics will be hosting their All Sports Camp from July 27-31. The camp is
open to kids ages 8-13. The aim is to teach the essentials of the many sports:
baseball, football, floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, ultimate frisbee,
kickball, track, stickball, and soccer. Kids are separated into groups of their
own age. Each camper is taught the fundamentals of each sport through a series
of talks, demonstrations and drills. Games are played each morning and
afternoon. Campers leave a harder worker, with better skills, and more
confidence. All sessions are designed for individual improvement. Camp structure
allows equal time for instruction and
enjoyment. Kids have a blast!
here for a brochure or call Coach Dirk Baker at
GIRLS SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP
The WSC women's basketball team will be hosting
their 13th annual Girls Basketball Camp, July 20-24 for girls ages 7-16. The
coaching staff and players are committed to providing campers with personal
attention to improve their fundamentals, and develop their skills and teamwork
during game situations. Kids leave camp with improved skills, enthusiasm and
motivation for basketball!
Click here for a brochure or call Coach Karen Tessmer at
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