The Madison County Sheriff’s Office will be facilitating its 3rd annual five day Youth Adventure Camp July 28th thru August 1st. This day camp will be for boys and girls and the suggested ages are eight to 17. Captain Mark W. Joost and Records and Warrants secretary Tammy Webb will be facilitating this summer’s week long camp, but many others will be assisting. The camp will include the N.R.A. Basic Rifle class, hands on firearm training, health and fitness training, archery, live K-9 tracks with the Madison Correctional Institution K-9 team, knot tying, rope climbing and rappelling, basic land navigation and orienteering, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, primitive knife making and fire building, leadership and life skills. The activities will take place from 8 a.m. to 6 p. m., Monday thru Friday. The Youth Adventure Camp is faith based, but all youth, regardless of their spiritual beliefs, are welcome to attend. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office concealed carry weapons courses pay for all meals and equipment used throughout the camp. Parents and guardians are welcome to assist or attend if they would like to coordinate this. There will be 14 slots for this camp and a reserve list will be completed. If you would like to reserve a slot for your child, please contact Captain Mark W. Joost at (850) 519-0947.