Summer fun starts here
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WILMINGTON- Hannah Swanson and Cade Nesbitt are counselors for Wilmington Middle School Summer Recreation Program.  This is a daily drop-in program for students entering grades 5 to 8.  It takes place through August 8, Monday through Friday, from 9 am until 12 pm, at the old Twin Valley High School building.  Cost is only $2 per day for all Windham Southwest Supervisory Union students, $5 per day for all other school  districts.  To register come to the high school with the child on the  first day of camp. Free supervised breakfast is served at 8:30 am and lunch at 12 pm through the Deerfield Valley Summer Food Program, under chef  Lonny Paige. Every week the Deerfield Valley Community Partnership sponsors an extended day trip and activities include bowling, hiking, rock climbing, canoeing, beading, and more.
WILMINGTON- Hannah Swanson and Cade Nesbitt are counselors for Wilmington Middle School Summer Recreation Program. This is a daily drop-in program for students entering grades 5 to 8. It takes place through August 8, Monday through Friday, from 9 am until 12 pm, at the old Twin Valley High School building. Cost is only $2 per day for all Windham Southwest Supervisory Union students, $5 per day for all other school districts. To register come to the high school with the child on the first day of camp. Free supervised breakfast is served at 8:30 am and lunch at 12 pm through the Deerfield Valley Summer Food Program, under chef Lonny Paige. Every week the Deerfield Valley Community Partnership sponsors an extended day trip and activities include bowling, hiking, rock climbing, canoeing, beading, and more.
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