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Digital Photography Summer Camps
Kids today are so tech savvy that they try and use gadgets in a way they use their toys. They love to handle gadgets and are equally interested in knowing more about them. Parents can help them in enhancing their skills by enrolling them in various technology camps like digital photography summer camps. In these camps they can learn about the basics of clicking photographs and those who have some knowledge about photography can advanced their skills too.

3. Junior Musical Theatre: South Pacific USO Show - UA College of Fine Arts - 1017 N. Olive Rd., Tucson, AZ
Designed especially for young actors that want to experience the excitement of musical theatre. Through the audition, rehearsal, performance processes, students will learn about all stages of production. Theatre professionals will mentor young actors to develop their Triple Threat skills in acting, singing and dancing. Then, students will rehearse and perform in our very own South Pacific USO show and as ensemble actors for the full Broadway production of South Pacific. 5203190400.0

Geography of Baldwin County, AL

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 2,026.93 square miles , of which 1,596.35 square miles is land and 430.58 square miles is water. It is the 12th largest county east of the Mississippi River and is larger than both the states of Delaware and Rhode Island. Baldwin County's beaches Major highways Interstate 10 Interstate 65 U.S. Highway 31 U.S. Highway 90 U.S. Highway 98 State Route 59 State Route 104 State Route 180 State Route 182 Airports Bay Minette, 1R8 , has a single runway 08/26 that is 5,497' Fairhope, 4R4 , has a single runway 01/19 that is 6,604' Foley, 5R4 , has a single runway 18/36 that is 3,700' Gulf Shores, JKA , has two runways, 09/27 at 6,962' and 17/35 at 3,596' There are numerous private airports and heliports in Baldwin County. Considerable military airspace overlies much of the county and adjacent bay and coastal waters. Commercial, scheduled service is from Mobile Regional Airport or Pensacola International Airport . Adjacent counties Monroe County, Alabama - northeast Escambia County, Florida - east Escambia County, Alabama - east Mobile County, Alabama - west Washington County, Alabama - northwest Clarke County, Alabama - northwest Environmental recognition Two separate areas in Baldwin County have been designated "Outstanding Alabama Water" by the Alabama Environmental Management Commission which oversees the Alabama Department of Environmental Management . As of April, 2007, only two other areas in Alabama have received what is the "highest environmental status" in the state. A portion of Wolf Bay and 42 miles of the Tensaw River in northern Baldwin county have received the designation. Officials believe the "pristine water" will become an important eco-tourism destination. National protected area Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge .

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