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  • Video: River Camp Firebaugh 2016 season

    The 2016 season of River Camp Firebaugh has four one-week sessions and it kicked off its first week session on July 11 at the Andrew Firebaugh Community Center and Park/Rodeo. The week-long summer day-camp program serves children from the rural communities of Firebaugh, Mendota, Los Palos and Madera. This is the fifth summer the River Camp Firebaugh has been taken place in the small rural town. The program, which is an extension of the River Camp program in Fresno, started in Firebaugh in 2012.

The 2016 season of River Camp Firebaugh has four one-week sessions and it kicked off its first week session on July 11 at the Andrew Firebaugh Community Center and Park/Rodeo. The week-long summer day-camp program serves children from the rural communities of Firebaugh, Mendota, Los Palos and Madera. This is the fifth summer the River Camp Firebaugh has been taken place in the small rural town. The program, which is an extension of the River Camp program in Fresno, started in Firebaugh in 2012. MARÍA G. ORTIZ-BRIONES mortizbriones@vidaenelvalle.com
The 2016 season of River Camp Firebaugh has four one-week sessions and it kicked off its first week session on July 11 at the Andrew Firebaugh Community Center and Park/Rodeo. The week-long summer day-camp program serves children from the rural communities of Firebaugh, Mendota, Los Palos and Madera. This is the fifth summer the River Camp Firebaugh has been taken place in the small rural town. The program, which is an extension of the River Camp program in Fresno, started in Firebaugh in 2012. MARÍA G. ORTIZ-BRIONES mortizbriones@vidaenelvalle.com

River Camp Firebaugh is now in full swing

July 18, 2016 5:06 PM