If your kids love pets and want to learn more about animals, then you'll want to check out what the Quincy Humane Society is offering this summer.

Parents are always looking for ways to keep their kiddos busy during the summer months. The Quincy Humane Society has announced summer camp sessions that may be a perfect fit for your kids.

Critter Camp will teach kids about the unique skills different animals possess that help them survive. Through activities and animal encounters, campers will explore the real-life super abilities of animals of all kinds. There are two sessions for this camp: June 12-16 and July 10-14. The camp is open to children who will be entering second, third, fourth, or fifth grade in the fall of 2017.

The Quincy Humane Society will also hold a "Superheroes in Training" Camp for children a little older. Campers will be able to get an inside look at the animal shelter and learn different ways they can help the animals. They will also explore careers and receive hands-on experience with animals. The camp is open to teens entering grades six through eight in the fall.

Cost is $45 per camp which includes a t-shirt, daily crafts and activities, snacks, and a superhero cape. Registration forms must be completed and returned to the Quincy Humane Society by May 29th. For more information on the camps please contact Pilar at 217-223-8786 or voluntr@adams.net.

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