The Kansas Wildlife Federation’s Day Camp on June 12th at TimberRidge Adventure Center in Olathe, Kansas, was great fun for the 10-12 year old kids who attended. The kids enjoyed boating and fishing in the morning before it became hot. Everyone caught at least one sunfish, bass or catfish in the catch & release program on Catfish Lake. They also enjoyed the canoes & paddle boats. After lunch in the Welcome Center, there was target shooting on the archery range followed by the BB gun range where water filled balloons were targets. Each of the kids received a one third gallon water jug donated by the Coleman Company and a canteen with carabiner clip donated by Bass Pro Shop. Bass Pro also donated two fishing poles that were given away in a drawing. Quail & Upland Wildlife Federation also helped sponsor the Day Camp by providing liability insurance. Ted Beringer and Cynthia Rhodes were the two Kansas Wildlife Federation board members that helped run the camp but the staff at TimberRidge deserve special thanks, especially Starla & Lysa for running each of the Day Camp events with the kids’ safety in mind. If you wish to be notified about next year’s Day Camp, check the Kansas Wildlife Federation’s website <http://www.kswildlife.org> in April (2014) for the announcement.