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An action packed summer awaits as Black Belt Pro Fitness opens enrollment for parents to sign their children up for summer camp starting on June 1.

Camp is run by the martial arts instructors at Black Belt who are seasoned in building self-confidence in kids, giving them the opportunity to grow, make friends and discover more about themselves.

“Our mission with summer camp is to provide an inclusive environment that’s not only fun for kids and teens, but also empowering and educational,” said Master Instructor, Chris Hershberger. “We’re all about having fun while challenging the mind and body, so days at camp are packed with a range of activities from outdoor games to yoga and martial arts to working with technology.”

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Parents of kids ages 7 to 17 can sign them up now for as many weeks as they would like during the months of June and July. There is a $150 fee per camper each week. Optional add-ons include: $20 for early drop-off at 8 a.m. and $20 for late pick-up after 4 p.m.

Healthy snacks will be provided in the morning and afternoon, and kids with packed lunches can refrigerate their meals. Parents can also choose to pay an additional $40 fee and Black Belt will provide lunch for the week.

Summer camp will take place at 1099 W. Fourth St. Those who sign up before April 30 can get $25 off registration. 

For more information on pricing and dates, check the Black Belt website.

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Tierra Thomas is the Thrive Reporter for Richland Source and Content Specialist for Source Brand Solutions. She graduated from Kent State University with a degree in Journalism. When she's not writing news, she's writing fiction or taking photos.