Liberty Police offer annual summer camp

LIBERTY — Each year, the Liberty Police Department offers a summer camp for kids from 10-13 years old.

The camp is held at the Liberty Middle School gym and meets Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Campers play games at the school and are given information useful in avoiding drugs, gangs and alcohol. They are also given classes on being safe. Campers also go on field trips to a Greenville Drive baseball game, the Discovery Island waterpark, zoos, bowling, skating and movies.

Each camper is given a T-shirt and lunch, and all admisions fees are included in the price. The fee does not have to be turned in immediately, but the application should be returned immediately to reserve your place at camp. If a financial hardship is the problem, discounts can be arranged at times. The fee is $50, but does not have to be paid immediately or all at one time.

To reserve your spot, or for more information, contact Sgt. Mike Constance at 270-2835, or stop by the Liberty Police Department to get your application.