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Sailing Summer Camps
Sailing summer camps are for kids who love the waters and would love to spend time in between the blue ocean. A typical sailing camp includes a group of children living on a yatch or a catamaran. The yatch has all the necessary amenities required in the everyday life. The camper sails along with the other campers and the yatch is accompanied by a few other yatches on this sailing mission.

Camp Koinonia - Camp Koinonia - 3003 N. Main St., Belton, TX
Camp Koinonia is a Christian summer camp located in Central Texas. One week is dedicated to high school students (incoming 9th graders through high school graduates) and the other week is dedicated to incoming 5th grade through 8th grade students. At Camp Koinonia, students get the opportunity to experience and learn about God in new and exciting ways each day. Our camp includes worship times, keynote speakers, small groups discussions, team games and sports, free time and lots of time to enjoy being together in God´s fellowship. Our hope is that Camp Koinonia equips students to make real life decisions based on their relationship with the Lord and return home to put their faith into action. Camp Koinonia is designed to meet two goals: First, for the Gospel of Jesus Christ to be delivered to students in a very special and powerful way. Second, to make sure that every camper experiences what our name represents: a time of true Christian fellowship. 254-939-1816

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Geography of Butte County, ID

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 2,233.59 square miles , of which 2,232.85 square miles is land and 0.74 square miles is water. The Little Lost River is located in Butte County. Its waters, along with the Big Lost River , disappear from the surface to flow underground into the Snake River Plain aquifer in Butte County. The county was named for the volcanic buttes that rise from the desert plain; the largest is Big Southern Butte , located in the southern part of the county. It rises 2,500 feet above the desert floor and was used as a landmark by pioneers. The southwestern portion of the county includes the visitor center at the Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve , which extends south & west into three other counties. Adjacent counties Clark County - northeast Jefferson County - east Bingham County - southeast Blaine County - southwest Lemhi County - northwest Custer County - northwest National protected areas Caribou-Targhee National Forest Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve Salmon-Challis National Forest Big Southern Butte was used as a landmark by pioneers. Highways - US 20 - US 26 - US 93 - SH-22 - .

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