By Megan Miller, Editor
TRUSSVILLE — Fresh Air Family’s Prepared, Not Scared Camp is designed to teaches survival skills in the outer and inner world.
The camp is offering scholarships to attend, provided by Sheriff Mike Hale for the Trussville session, which will take place July 11-15 at the Trussville Athletic Complex, and at the new Ruffner Mountain session, July 18-22.
Trussville campers will spend the day by the Cahaba River, developing fishing and other skills. All campers will track Bigfoot, learning to identify calls and tracks, read a map, forage for food and water all while other survival and safety skills. They will also build debris shelters, start fires from scratch, learn the difference between venomous and non-venomous snakes, search for crawdads and other edibles, discuss how to spot potential predators and even deal with bullying. There will also be a gun safety program.
Camp is open to rising 4th-6th graders and will take place daily from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., with before and after care available. The cost is $150 for Fresh Air members, and $175 for non-members.
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