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Youth Camps Include Archery, Automation
May 8, 2019

Two camps sponsored by the Walters State will help youth develop skills in a new sport and explore automation and programmable logic. Both are offered on the Morristown Campus.
“Archery: On Target for Life” meets May 20-23 from 9.-11:30 a.m. each day. This sport focuses develops mental concentration, core strengthening and confidence. Students will shoot at bulls-eye targets placed in front of an arrow resistant net.  Students can enjoy archery throughout their life as a solo or team sport. The cost for this camp is $50 and it is for rising third-ninth graders.
In “Automation and Programmable Logic,” students will work in Walters State’s PLC lab and learn how to program sensor, motors, indicators and more. Student will design an automated transportation and product motion system using the same skills used to operate amusement park rides and vending machines. The class meets from 9 a.m.-noon June 10-12. The cost is $99, and the camp is designed for sixth-ninth graders. 
For more information or to register for classes, contact Dr. Nicole 
Cardwell-Hampton at 423- 585-6756. You can also visit https://ws.edu/workforce-training/locations/default.shtm.

In the Photo: Dr. Nicole Cardwell-Hampton will be teaching an archery camp this month at Walters State Community College.