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Girl Scouts STEM

July 5 - July 8
/ Southeast Missouri State University
United States
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Girls’ grades 6-12th can attend the Girl Scout STEM 3-day camp. Girls will explore science, technology, engineering, and math through fun and educational activities and outings, while staying on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University. Non-girl scouts members are welcomed! Be a part of the STEM Camp, July 5-8th, 2017 For more information and

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Universal Cheerleaders and Dance Association Cheer Camp

July 6 - July 9

Southeast Missouri State University is proud to host both Universal Cheerleaders and Dance Association on our campus. Registration and camp information can be found by visiting the national website: http://varsity.com/camps/. June 11-14 Cheer Camp June 15-18 Dance Camp July 6-9 Cheer Camp

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Women’s Volleyball Camps

July 7 - July 9
/ Southeast Missouri State University
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June 14-16 Volleyball Day: Beginner (Ages 8-12) July 7-9 Volleyball: Elite (Ages 15-18) July 9-11 Volleyball: Intermediate I (Ages 13-15) July 11-13 Volleyball: Intermediate II (Ages 13-15) July 13-16 Volleyball: HS Varsity Team (Ages 15-18) Contact: Nikki Buchholz (573) 986-6140 or nbuchholz@semo.edu Visit the volleyball website for more information on Registration and Brochures.

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Peaceful Solitude: The Film Photography of Brian Alworth

July 7 - August 20
/ Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Museum, River Campus
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Alworth is the second recipient of the Crisp Museum Southeast Solo Exhibition, given to a living artist in the Southeast region who has produced a sufficient body of work, has not had a solo museum exhibition and has made contributions of their time and artistic talents to their community. His reception will be July 7

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Transition Spaces 17.1- Liz Coffey

July 7 - August 20
/ Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Museum, River Campus
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Coffey examines the positive, elusive moments of awe and the struggle of dealing with mental and monetary barriers.  Her paintings allow each artwork to become a conversation with a symbol.  Inevitably, this abstracted symbol upon itself and references not one thing, but many. Reception is July 7 from 4-8 p.m.  

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