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CAMP SIGNAL. Camp Signal is a unique 6-week summer camp for children and youth 3 - 22 years old, of all abilities. Camp Signal is FULL in ALL age groups. Please call 423.698.8528 ext 201 to join the Wait List.
GREAT KIWANIS DUCK RACE. Signal Centers is the 2016 beneficiary! Don't miss out on your chance to WIN amazing cash prizes while raising funds for Signal Centers. WHAT IS THE DUCK RACE? Rubber ducks are launched from the Walnut Street Bridge on Saturday, June 18, and float to the finish line along the Chattanooga Riverfront. Each duck is numbered with a corresponding numbered ticket. The fastest floating duck wins $2,000 for the ticket holder. The prize for 2nd place is $1,000 and $500 for 3rd place. Duck tickets can be purchased for $5 each by anyone 18 years or older. Click here to purchase tickets.
To strengthen children, adults and families through services focusing on disabilities, early childhood education and self-sufficiency.
A community that fosters lifelong independence for children, adults and families.
Signal Centers is comprised of four programs – Adult Services, Assistive Technology Services, Children’s Services and the Child Care Resource & Referral Network.
Camp Signal is FULL in ALL AGE GROUPS. Please call 423.698.8528 ext 201 to join the Wait List.
Signal Centers Children's Program offers a unique 6-week summer camp for children and youth 3 - 22 years old, of all abilities. Camp Signal offers a quality camp experience while specializing in social and emotional development through fun projects and activities, and provides age-appropriate activities in art, movement, music, crafts, sports, woodworking, water play, games, singing, dancing, cooking, drama, science, and technology.
The children enjoy visits from the Tennessee Aquarium, Chattanooga Zoo, Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center, The Chattanooga Public Library, Percussionist Bob Stagner of Shaking Ray Levi Society, the Hart Gallery, and the Chattanooga Fire Department.
Participants also excel in age-appropriate activities in art, movement, music, crafts, sports, woodworking, repurposing, water play, games, singing, dancing, cooking, drama, science, and technology.
"Students with disabilities want the same summer experiences that other students enjoy - opportunities to try new things, to improve their own health and wellness, to experience recreational opportunities, to explore their creativity, to play, and to experience the revolution that technology has brought. Camp Signal provided these opportunities," said Donna McConnico, CEO.
The camp is supported, in part, through funding from the the City of Chattanooga, the Chattanooga Times Free Press and the United Way of Greater Chattanooga.
2016 Camp Signal Sessions:
June 13-17, June 20 - 24, June 27 - July 1
July 11 - 15, 18 - 22, 25 - 29
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. (with options for Before/After Care for an additional weekly fee)
$200.00 per week for all ages
YOU MUST FILL OUT AN APPLICATION BEFORE PAYMENT. CLICK HERE for an application.