LONG ISLAND CHESS CAMP

 To be held the last week of June

Monday thru Friday - call for dates

 ADELPHI UNIVERSITY

Garden City, NY

site of the 10th annual NYS G/45 Championship and the 1998 NYS Scholastic Championship

¨Instruction by Top Chess Coaches               ¨ Separate Sections: by Chess Level                                                                                             & Age - from Beginner to Advanced              ¨Prominent Guest Lecturers                             ¨ Innovative, Challenging, & Fun                         ¨Early Admission & Sibling Discounts           ¨ Much More

    The participants will be taught how to play, and how to improve their chess skills by a distinguished faculty of chess instructors &  prominent chess professionals. 

The Benefits of Chess include improved concentration, self-esteem, &  confidence; higher reading and math levels; and better grades in school!  The campers  will be challenged, while having fun! 

                                             One parent recently summed up the experience:  

                    “These kids are lucky - they are taking steps to getting better grades in school  next Sept.!”  

Expand a child’s mind ¨Camp Hours: 9:30am until 4:30pm weekdays                                                                                          ¨Included: Instruction, Game Analysis, Chess Tournament, Trophies and Awards, and much more!                      ¨Also  Included: Camp T-Shirt, expertly prepared hot meals for lunch each day (all you can eat), and an outdoor sports  activity each day (weather permitting).                                                                                                           ¨Eligibility: open to anyone entering 1st grade thru 12th grade in Sept., at any level of ability.

Presented by: The Long Island Chess Nuts, a non-profit organization founded to help children reach their full potential through chess.

For Detailed Information on this year's camp:

                    please call (516) 739-3907 for an application.

                    PiCTURES FROM PREVIOUS YEARS