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Leadership skills are required in every field today. Whether in a classroom, on stage or in an activity centre, kids have to inculcate this skill today. With the help of this skill, a child can easily face the challenges placed before him. But learning leadership qualities has to come over a period of time. For this begin early. Help you kids gain leadership qualities by joining leadership summer camps. The main focus of these camps is to provide challenging activities to the campers and help them enhance their skills through proper guidance and feedback.




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Dance Camp - 6 weeks - Chicago Multi-Cultural Dance Center - 47 W Polk St, Lower Level Chicago, IL
Come join us for the Best in Summer Dance Instruction! 6 weeks June 27 – Aug 5 Ballet, jazz, hip hop and more! Field Trip every Wednesday (included in tuition) Outside recess daily (weather permitting) Snacks and games End of Summer Performance August 5th 312-461-0030


Geography of Missoula County, MT

According to the United States Census Bureau , Missoula County has a total area of 2,618 square miles , of which, 2,598 square miles of it is land and 20 square miles of it is water. It is the 24th largest county in Montana. Geographic features Five large valleys and two major rivers wind through this mountainous region. Flora and fauna Located in the Northern Rockies Missoula County has a typical Rocky Mountain ecology . Local wildlife includes populations of white-tailed deer , black bears , osprey , and bald eagles . During the winter months, rapid snow melt on Mount Jumbo due to its steep slope leaves grass available for grazing elk and mule deer . The rivers around Missoula provide nesting habitats for bank swallows , northern rough-winged swallows and belted kingfishers . Killdeer and spotted sandpipers can be seen foraging insects along the gravel bars. Other species include song sparrows , catbirds , several species of warblers , and the pileated woodpecker . The rivers also provide cold, clean water for native fish such as westslope cutthroat trout and bull trout . The meandering streams also attract beaver and wood ducks . Native riparian plant life includes sandbar willows and cottonwoods with Montana's state tree, the Ponderosa Pine , also being prevalent. Other native plants include wetland species such as cattails and beaked-sedge as well as shrubs and berry plants like Douglas hawthorn , chokecherry , and western snowberries . To the chagrin of local farmers, Missoula is also home to several noxious weeds which multiple programs have set out to eliminate. Notable ones include dalmatian toadflax , spotted knapweed , leafy spurge , St. John's wort , and sulfur cinquefoil . Controversially, the Norway Maples that line many of Missoula's older streets have also been declared an invasive species. Climate Missoula County has a semi-arid climate , with cold and moderately snowy winters, hot and dry summers, and spring and autumn are short and crisp in between. Winter conditions are usually far milder than much of the rest of the state due to its western .

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