Decatur Park District offering Spring Break Day Camp

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DECATUR - The Decatur Park District says it will host a Spring Break Day Camp for children ages five through 14 from March 21 until March 25.

The day camp will be held from 6:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. each day at the Decatur Indoor Sports Center.  Participants will be able to enjoy arts and crafts, basketball, volleyball, soccer, and special planned activities or field trips each day.

The daily fee will be $37 per day, or $32 with a resident discount, with a 15 percent discount for each additional sibling.  Parents and guardians are asked to pack a sack lunch for any of their children who are attending.

For more information, or to register, visit the DISC, call (217) 429-3472, or visit the Decatur Park District's website.

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