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Swami Vivekananada Family Camp

Press Release
05/10/2018

Swami Vivekananada Family Camp

Registration is now Open!

Camp 2018 is fast approaching!
 

Camp will be held Sunday 12-Aug-2018 to Saturday 18-Aug-2018.
 

Visit the Swami Vivekananda Family Camp website for more details and online registration application!

Capacity fills up quickly.  So, hurry and submit the online registration application soon!
 

Save $50 for each camper when submitting the online application during the early registration period which ends 25-Jun-2018.
 

Don't forget to schedule the physical exams.  Supporting  medical documentation (physical exam report, copy of health insurance card) can be submitted to Camp Registrar after submitting the online application.
 

Those that attend Hindu Heritage Day 2018 in Marlborough, MA and submit the online application at the Swami Vivekananda Family Camp booth on that day will will receive a $25 discount off the total amount due.



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