We understand the summertime challenge: Finding fun, safe and affordable care for your kids while you’re out “adulting.”
Greater Midland Summer Camps to the rescue!
Working families really appreciate our Community Center Summer Camp before/after care, which begins at 7 a.m. and lasts until 6 p.m.
“Having the early and later options for before- and after-care is impactful and eases stress as dual-career parents,” said Kori Orlowski, whose two boys Deacon, 11, and Everett, 10, are returning to the Community Center for their fourth summer.
Our Community Center camps are a perfect fit for the Fuerst family.
“As a family with two working parents, this allows us to maintain a normal work schedule throughout the summer,” said Dana Fuerst, whose children Kira, 11, and Kyle, 7, have attended Community Center camps for two years.
The Fuersts particularly appreciate extra touches such as curbside drop-off and free breakfasts/lunches provided through the Meet Up and Eat Up program.
“These are things that most other programs do not have available,” Dana Fuerst said.
But let’s not forget the kids: More than 3,000 children are already registered to have a blast this summer at Greater Midland camps.
And for the kids, it’s all about the fun.
“Rock climbing is the favorite camp option, because of the good lessons they teach and strategies that are taught on how to climb better … not just climbing the wall,” said Deacon Orlowski.
Deacon’s younger brother Everett says scuba diving and swimming are his favorite camps.
“Having the option to go swimming is super cool!” Everett said.
And parents love that their children are happy, healthy and thriving.
“Instead of sitting inside watching TV and playing video games, they are outside playing and making new friends. They come home tired and full of stories,” Dana Fuerst said.