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JUNE 22-28, 2011 –THE MEDFORD SUN
FOREIGN LANGUAGE SUMMER CAMP!
Kids Language Summer Camp at Haddonfield Friends School
Have Your Child/Teen Learn:
In A Small Group Setting
Private Language Coaching Available Too
Organized by Dynamic Language Services in conjunction with Haddonfield Friends School.
Languages taught by native fluent language coaches on site.
Sessions begin July 11th!Seats Are Limited - Call Today (848) 333-6997 www.dynlanguage.com
for thefirst 10enrollments.
B-Thrifty II Virtuabenefit clearance sale
Starting today through Friday,June 24, B-Thrifty II of Medford, awomen’s consignment shop bene-fiting Virtua Hospital, will behaving their annual final sum-mer clearance event.All items in store will be 50-per-cent off. On Saturday, June 25, pa-trons can fill a bag with merchan-dise for $10.
KidsAheadcharity picnic June 30
Two local boys will host a char-ity picnic on Thursday, June 30,from 2 to 3 p.m. at KidsAhead, 6North Main Street. The menu,chosen by Alec, age 13 of King of Prussia, Pa., and Tommy, age 11 of Mt. Laurel, will include hot dogs,chips, fruit, drinks, as well as a se-lection of desserts and will beavailable for purchase.The picnic stand will be thefinal culmination of weeks of hard work by Alec and Tommy,who will donate the proceeds to acharity of their choice.Founded in 2003, KidsAhead isthe premier center for parentswho want a supportive, family-based approach to improve thequality of life for children andteens with autism, Asperger’s,PDD/NOS, and related disorders.For more information aboutthe picnic, call 654-5437 or e-mail
Kids can get a taste of the artsthis summer at the Medford ArtsCenter’s Word Play and Moresummer camp. Week-long campsessions are being offered to kidsages 8 to 11 years old who are liv-ing in or around Medford.Fun and creative experienceswith poetry, drama, art, music,games, storytelling and more areplanned for each of the sessions,which are planned for July andAugust. There will be fun activi-ties in an air conditioned facilitywith certified teaching staff.Session dates are July 11through 5 and Aug. 8 through 12,from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Camperscan attend one or both weeks.Each session of the programcosts $100 and advance registra-tion is required. Visit
for further informa-tion and to access a camp applica-tion. For additional information,e-mail
, or leavea message at 953-0805.College education majors areinvited to inquire about internopportunities.E-mail
Word Play and More summer camp