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Toronto Summer Camp Expo

26 Feb
Come meet us at the Expo today - 12-4pm - Booth 42 http://www.ourkids.net/campexpo/index.php
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Online Registration

25 Feb
Dear Families, It has been brought to our attention that the online registration has not been working correctly. It has been suspended
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PlayHouse 24th February

24 Feb
PlayHouse Update
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Camp Expo

22 Feb
Camp Chikopi will be at the 7th annual Our Kids Camp Expo When: Sunday 26th February - 12-4pm Where: Roy Thomson Hall, 60
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PlayHouse 17th February

17 Feb
PlayHouse Update
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Jorge - 2017 CIT

14 Feb
Jorge, congratulations, we are very happy to welcome you to the staff at Camp Chikopi.
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Would your son enjoy Camp Chikopi

10 Feb
Some parents wonder if they should send their son to Camp Chikopi.  Will he have fun?  Will he fit in?  Will he be safe?  Will
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954-566-8235 (Off Season) 705-387-3811 (Summer)

Email: Campchikopi@aol.com

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REGISTER TODAY

CALL OR Email US FOR MORE INFORMATION!

954-566-8235 (Off Season) 705-387-3811 (Summer)

Email: Campchikopi@aol.com

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CAMP ADDRESS

Camp Chikopi
373 Chikopi Road
Magnetawan, ON, P0A 1P0 CANADA
Tel. (705) 387-3811
Fax (705) 387-4747
E-mail: Campchikopi@aol.com


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WINTER OFFICE

Bob and Colette Duenkel
2132 N.E. 17 Terrace
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33305, USA
Tel. (954) 566-8235
Fax (954) 566-3951
E-mail: Campchikopi@aol.com


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Are You Ready To Send Your Son To Summer Camp?

Sometimes, parents can get confused between a boy’s readiness to go to overnight summer camp and their own readiness to “let go”. It may sound surprising, but psychologists confirm that a parent who decides that their child is not ready for an overnight camp experience, is often the one who might not be ready to “let go”. Purely from a professional point of view, psychologists agree that most boys thrive with a two or three week camp experience – and that also applies to boys as young as grades two and three.

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