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UM Offers Fall Rebel Quest Camp for First- through Sixth-Graders

M’s Rebel Quest program for first through sixth graders is adding a fall session of the popular camp on Nov. 20 and 21st on the Oxford campus. Participants will enjoy fun, learning activities from 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. each day. Submitted photo.

University of Mississippi faculty and staff looking for activities for their school-aged children during the week of fall break have a new option this year with the extension of the popular UM Rebel Quest camp.
The new Fall Rebel Quest will be held Monday and Tuesday (Nov. 20-21) on the Oxford campus.
“There are many employees who need activities for their elementary-aged children during the week of Thanksgiving,” project coordinator Amy Goodin said. “We wanted to give children a fun, learning environment where they could be while local elementary schools are closed.”
Fall Rebel Quest will feature hands-on activities, reading enrichment, indoor and outdoor play, and team building activities for first- through sixth-graders.
The camp costs $70 and will be held 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. both days in Lamar Hall.
Twenty seats are available for the first- through third-grade group and 20 seats for the fourth- through sixth-grade group. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information, visit https://outreach.olemiss.edu/fallrebelquest or call 662-915-7621.


By Pam Starling

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