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SUMMER CAMPS utation through the years by doing one thing ex- tremely well. Creating a fun, safe and educational environment for their campers to enjoy and thrive. Key to that is their meticulous hiring process that ensures that only the best and most passionate minds in the field of education design and imple- ment the drills and activities each and every day. The result is that their campers cultivate a sense of confidence in and enthusiasm for their respec- tive sport and athletics in general. All played with a genuine love of the game! Back in East Hampton kids 4-14 will find a variety of organized activities and sports under the expert supervision of HAMPTON RACQUET 631-324- 0297. Set on ten lush acres just outside the Vil- lage this family-owned boutique tennis and fitness club had created a welcoming and beautiful space for boys and girls to learn not just sports but the game of life. Of course tennis is a large part of the program with a range of sessions and lessons for beginners, intermediate and advanced players. But with basketball, baseball/softball, lacrosse, soccer, beach volley ball, arts and crafts, martial arts, beach trips, nature walks, swimming and more your kids days will be filled with healthy, invigorating, socially positive summer fun.   BOARD CAMP You like to surf? Then you’re going to love the opportunity to learn how to actually make your own board! And not just any surf board, but a genuine build from the stringer up, all-pristine wood, hand planed board. The kind of board that makes a day on any wave that much more special. But where, oh where, can you do such a thing? Located in Amagansett GRAIN SURFBOARDS 631-267-9283 will teach you the steps in a week-long session. Originated in Maine these boys know how to take a small stack of beautifully aged wood and turn it into a long or short board to last a lifetime. Give them a chance, and you wil