Kids won't be bored at UMAC camp

| 05 Jun 2012 | 02:12

    WARWICK N.Y. — Do you want to wait until you hear “Mom I’m bored.”

    The United Martial Arts Centers in Warwick, N.Y., wants your child to have fun in a safe clean facility and develop, confidence, self discipline, and self control this summer. And that includes a physical activity that focuses on personal goals not just scoring them?

    United Martial Arts Centers is hosting its 15th year of summer camp for our students and the community.

    “We are passionate about helping our students reach their full potential. There is no other activity that I know of that focuses on integrity, perseverance, self control, humility and indomitable spirit like martial arts training," said Grand Master Edmund Ciarfella, owner of the center. "What parent wouldn’t want their child to develop their personal leadership? This is an incredible opportunity to experience the benefits of martial arts training.”

    All campers will take part in motivational Martial Arts classes, foam weapons training, physical fitness classes, arts and crafts, games, outdoor activities, swimming and weekly field trips to Mountain Creek Water Park and Wawayanda State Park. There will be special theme weeks, such as Leadership Week, Jedi Sword Training Week using foam swords, and much more.

    United Martial Arts Center’s 2012 Summer Camp will begin June 25 and end on Aug. 17. Part-time camp hours are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There is also a full-day camp with early drop off at 7:30 a.m. and late pick up until 6 p.m. Students will be going to Mountain Creek Water Park weekly and will need proper attire. Children may be enrolled for one week, all eight or any in between. Space is limited. The fee for part-time campers is $189 per week; full-time fee is $219. For more information call 845-987-1853 or go to The United Martial Arts Center is located at 153 Route 94 S., in the ShopRite Plaza in Warwick, N.Y.

    Here is the weekly schedule for the summer:

    June 25 to 29–Flips and Tricks (Perseverance)

    July 2 to 7–Jedi Sword Training (Focus)

    July 9 to 13–Championship Week (Spirit)

    July 16 to 20–Demo Week Tam Work)

    July 23 to 27–Olympics Week (Courtesy)

    July 30 to Aug. 3–Leadership Week (Selflessness)

    Aug. 6 to 10–Rank Advancement (Indomitable Spirit)

    Aug. 13 to 17–Make a Martial Arts Movie Week (Humility)