On Monday and Wednesday mornings, youngsters will be able to attend a camp where the sports are not the run of the mill.
This week, participants played soccer before moving onto hand polo.
Next week, they will play field hockey and other weeks the fun will surround bowling, shuffleboard, track and field, disc golf, croquet and water week.
The games are all apart of the Newberry City Recreation Department’s Sports Extravaganza.
Mother Casey Ruff says her son, Brandon, does not like organized sports and this is the perfect camp for his character.
Emily Glasgow says the camp teaches children a lot of the "old school" games that are fun and can be played in the yard or neighborhood.
Parents also add the camp keeps their children active and not in front of the television and playing video games, while adding diversity to their summer.
Last year, Heath Floyd attended the camp but little brother Lukas Floyd was not old enough. Over the winter, Lukas Floyd continually asked his mother, Monica Floyd, when he could go to the camp and received the repeated answer that he could go when he turned six-years-old.
Now Lukas Floyd is six and can is having a blast attending the camp.
The camp is for children between the ages of 6 and 12.
For more information about the camp or to register call 321-1015.