Cool Kids Club/No Limits Summer Camp celebrates 15th anniversary

Registration begins April 1, camp starts on May 31


Anthony Ruiz / The Sun-Telegraph

Kaylee Hornbarger, 5, tries out the new "Zoomy" handheld digital microscope at the Cool Kids Club booth during the 4-H Spring Carnival in mid-March. The microscopes will be used during the club's summer camp, which begins registration on April 1.

With the end of the school year just around the corner, the Cool Kids Club/No Limits program is ready to kick off its 15th year of operation in Sidney, with registration for its annual summer camp beginning on April 1.

"We've come a long way from that first year," program director Coleen Langdon said.

The Cool Kids Club started in Oct. 2001 when school administrators from Sidney and Chadron wrote a joint grant to begin a before, after and summer school program in their communities. A $1.5 million three-year grant was awarded under the "No Child Left Behind" federal initiative.

"We started o...

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