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Mayor Thomas Broderick, Jr. and the City of Anderson Parks & Recreation Department held the annual Spring Break Camp from March 18th to 29th at the Geater Center (1611 Chase Street). The camp included free field trips, lunches, t-shirts, and monitored recreational activities.
This year, participants visited the Anderson Roll Arena and Champions Bowling Ally. The kids also got a visit from community policing officers from the Anderson Police Department to teach internet safety.
Mayor Broderick stated, “This is one of several camps that we have been hosting over the last three years. Camps for spring, fall and summer breaks provide exciting and safe learning experiences and activities for our Anderson children to enjoy while school is out of session. Past field trips have included visiting a pumpkin patch, petting zoo, swimming, bowling, children museum visits and attending Indianapolis Indians' games. We are proud to offer these camps for our citizens.”
Spring, summer, and fall break camps are free of charge.