Ironwood Ridge High School

Tri-M Presents

Enjoy two weeks of singing, dancing, playing and tons of fun through the Ironwood Ridge High School camp being hosted for students between kindergarten and sixth grade.

This program will include singing, dancing, as well as crafts, snacks, set and costume design.

The camp will be held between July 8 and July 19, Monday through Friday between 1 and 5 p.m.

All classes will be held in the Ironwood Ridge High School fine arts building.

There will be separate classes for younger and older grade levels. Each group will perform their program on Friday, July 19, beginning at 7 p.m. for parents and family.

Registration forms are available online at with questions can call Teresa Irwin at

Space for the camp is limited.

The registration fee is $115 for the two-week camp, which also includes a T-shirt.

The deadline to register in order to receive a T-shirt is June. 27.

Amphi’s 27th Annual Summer League skills camp

The Amphitheater School District will be hosting its 27th annual Summer League Skills Camp for various ages throughout the summer.

For boys between fourth and fifth grades and sixth and seventh grades, the camp will be held between May 28 and June 20. Camp is held Monday through Thursday.

Registration deadline is May 17 by mail or deliver to Amphitheater High School.

On May 28, participants will be able to meet the coaches between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

A skills camp will be held on May 29, and the tournament championships will be held on June 20.

Cost for the camp is $25, which includes a jersey, skill instruction and 10 guaranteed games.

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