Friday, July 23, 2010

Camping Is A Way Of Life During Ferris State University Summers

The months of June and July, at Ferris State University, are prime times for campers of all kinds to make their way to Big Rapids.

Throughout the summer, Ferris has hosted a variety of academic and athletics camps to give young people a hands-on learning experience in a relaxed setting.

Ferris camps give young people an opportunity to have a good time away from home, but also to learn a few things to take back home with them.

Ferris State University Associate Head Hockey Coach Drew Famulak demonstrates technique to Bulldog hockey campers during a session this summer in Big Rapids.

A Ferris State University tennis camper works through some action at the Racquet and Fitness Center in Big Rapids. Historically, Ferris tennis camps are among the most popular.

A little summer gridiron action can be just what is needed for young people taking part in a Ferris State University football camp.

Don't sweat the technique. A Ferris State University volleyball camper receives some instruction during a session this summer inside Ewigleben Sports Arena on the Ferris campus.

A special thanks to Ferris State University photographers Ed Hyde and Kelly Kachaterian for their work in bringing these images to life.

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