Bay Area Humane Society: Announces upcoming kids’ summer camps

Contact: Lori Nachtwey (920) 469-3110 x119

Green Bay, WI – Bay Area Humane Society offers a variety of services to improve relationships between people and animals, and to ensure a brighter future for more companion animals. What better place to start than with the youth of today who can learn and create a better tomorrow.

BAHS announces their upcoming Summer Camp classes for 2015. The camps offer children from ages 5-16, a chance to learn about all different types of issues in the animal world. There are five different camps to choose from that all run for one week at a time. Activities include field trips, hands-on interaction with animals, guest speakers, and animal related arts and crafts.

Choose from Animal Adventure, Animal Career, Canine Training, Pre-Vet or Junior Explorers Camp. They are now accepting applications online or in person at the main shelter. Please visit and click on ‘Youth Programs’ for more information on each camp and pricing, or you can contact the program coordinator at (920)469-3110 x117.

The mission of the Bay Area Humane Society is to offer the best possible care and future for companion animals in our community through leadership, placement, and outreach. The Humane Society is not affiliated with any state or national agency and does not receive any government funding. The Bay Area Humane Society is located at 1830 Radisson St., Green Bay.