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Summer fun for your kiddos



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Are you in dire need of summer camps for your kids this summer? You’ve come to the right place. Below are several links and phone numbers you can call to sign your kids up and information about the camps. 

For anyone who’s child may be interested in improving their swimming skills over the summer, Vicksburg Swim Association’s Summer Swim Team will take place from June 7-July 28, and it is open to ages 6-18. Your child must be able to swim 50 meters without stopping, which is one length of the pool. Practice times will range from 6 am to 10 am depending on age and skill level. This program costs $200 for first time swimmers and $115 for additional family members. You can register by contacting Coach Shanna Dixon at (601)-738-8308 via call or text, or you can call Kathy Juve at (601)-415-0671.  

If your child is interesting in softball, St Aloysius High School Softball Team is hosting two camps this summer for girls ages 8-16. The June 7-9 camp will be $45 for ages 8-16. and the June 10-11 camp will be $25 for advanced players. You must register by June 3, and you can do so by contacting Savannah buck at (678)-848-3348 or email 

You can register your child for Summer Skate Camp at Big Wheelie Skating Rink June 7 through July 23. The registration fee is $30 and there is weekly fee of $60.00. Your child can attend any week of either sessions, or as many weeks as you prefer. You can drop by Big Wheelie and get a registration form. Their number is 601-634-0145. 

The “Southern Exposure” Summer Camp will start June 7, 2021 and go through July 30, 2021.  The camp is an all-day summer camp that runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Children ages 4 – 13 may attend the event which will require a $100 per child per week registration. $25 of the fee is non-refundable. The fee will cover the cost of materials and snacks for the children throughout the day. However, parents are asked to ensure their kids do bring their own lunch.

The camp will provide children the opportunity to utilize the gymnasium and other facilities such as the art class rooms, auditoriums and gardens. Kids will be given vast opportunities to enrich their minds, body and soul. Children can learn about southern music by accessing the SCHC media room, learn about gardening and partake in many activities which will be hosted by experienced and authorized instructors.

SCHF will follow all COVID-19 regulations, orders and guidelines set by the CDC. Those interested should be aware that space is limited to this event. Reservations are required to ensure a spot. For more information or to register, call the Southern Cultural Heritage Center business office at 601-631-2997 or email

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