Community Notices

Wolf Pack Summer Camp 

We are back! Summer 2021 was so much fun that the Wolf Pack Camp is returning for another summer! Does your son need to be kept busy and physically engaged this summer? Our sports and games camp will offer a broad range of activities to engage your son. Activities include, but are not limited to: wiffle ball, kickball, two-handed-touch football, ring toss, soccer, capture-the-flag, relay races, lawn bowling, water balloon games/fights, slip ’n slide, scavenger hunts, tie-dyeing, and board/card games. Have your son come out for some good old-fashioned summer fun! Attached below is our flyer:

Location: Westbrook Elementary School Field

Address: 5110 Allan Terrace, Bethesda, Maryland 20816

Who we are: My name is Doug Cohen and I am a former Lafayette student and president. I am running a summer camp with my friend Nick Telma. We are 2021 graduates from St. John’s College High School and current college freshmen: I am attending Washington University in St. Louis and Nick is attending Villanova university in Philadelphia. We both love sports and have both been involved in a variety of sports throughout high school ranging from lacrosse, diving, wrestling, cross country, and baseball. Also, Nick has coached lacrosse regularly for over a year and I have coached diving for three summers. Our love for sports has led us to establish the Wolf Pack Camp to encourage team building and physical activity.

Mission: Wolf Pack Sports and Games Camp’s mission is to offer a safe and fun environment to our community where your son can release his energy, learn good sportsmanship, build friendships, and be happily entertained for many days in the summer.

Email with any questions.

We are excited for this summer and would love to have your son join the Pack!

Enroll today in Tuesday outdoor after school classes with DMV EcoAdventures

K-3rd graders join DMV EcoAdventures for seven Tuesday outdoor classes from May 3rd – June 14th from 3:15-5:15pm that will spark your creativity and wonder of nature, as we get to know local plant and animal life in our local neighborhood and parks in a small group environment (max 6 kids).

The program’s teacher, Ellen, is an environmental educator, having worked for the Audubon Society and NYC Public Schools and loves talking bugs, slugs, birds and more with children. Each class is $70 plus a $50 registration fee (you must pay for all classes in the session, whether or not you can attend them all). Email for more information & to register.

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