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School holidays – kids love them, working parents do not.Camp RageWhile the name might be slightly off-putting to native English speakers, Camp Rage – French for something you love passionately – has been held for the last four years at the Laklouk Village Vacances and is billed as the Middle East's first and only professional summer camp for kids.A lot of the campers are Lebanese who live abroad and are sent to Camp Rage by their parents to help improve their Lebanese dialect and meet people of their own age so they can start forming a network in the country, according to Camp Rage's Nour Saab.Trusting the camp to pick their children up at the airport and look after them for two weeks might seem hard for some parents, but the campers at Camp Rage are well looked after with a ratio of one camp monitor for every two kids.For more info contact: email@example.com.Y.E.S.!+ CampLater this summer a self-esteem-building camp will be held for older kids aged 13-17 by the same group behind the Y.E.S.! Camp.Designed for kids aged 5-13, the camp is running from June 29 until Aug. 28 every Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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