Camping with a Cop July 26 & 27

Camping with a Cop

Roseville Community Center


Registration Form

Roseville Police Department is hosting a free camping event for the first 20 registered kids. Ages must be between 7-13 years old. There will be a boys night and a girls night. Kids must provide their own tents and sleeping bags/pillows. Both events will begin sharply at 6pm and end the following morning at 9am. All children must be picked up by 9am.

Parents/Guardians/Grandparents are welcome to stay overnight with their child if they choose but they must be of the same gender. For example, the boys night must have a male and the girls night must have a female spending the night. Food, drinks, snacks, will be provided by Roseville PD.

BOYS CAMPING NIGHT: July 26, 2019, Friday

GIRLS CAMPING NIGHT: July 27, 2019, Saturday

Registrations must be filled out and received by the Roseville Police Department by July 19th. First come first serve; spaces are limited to 20 children for each event.

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The Village of Roseville
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Roseville, Ohio 43777
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