Logic Puzzle # 39 Logic Problems Help

The Kids at Camp
by Randall L. Whipkey

This week, the five Logg-Cabin children are away at summer camps, each attending a different camp with a special theme--one offers basketball taught by college coaches. Of course, all the camps, including Camp Pocomoke, also have traditional camp activities such as swimming, hiking, and scary stories with toasted marshmallows around the campfire. From the clues below, can you solve the Logic Puzzle of which Logg-Cabin kid is improving what skills at which camp?

1. On Sunday, Mrs. Logg-Cabin dropped off Melanie at her camp and then took another child on to soccer camp.
2. Camp Allegany isn't the camp offering computer activities.
3. Bethany, who rode to her camp with her father, isn't the kid attending music camp.
4. Timothy isn't the one at Camp Friendship.
5. Camp Onondaka isn't the camp emphasizing instructional soccer.
6. Dad dropped off the other three kids at their camps in order: Lindsay, the one at Camp Allegany, and the child going to the camp which teaches horseback riding.
7. Camp Friendship isn't the one with the music theme.
8. The kid at Camp See-Qwah-No-Ta rode to camp with Mr. Logg-Cabin.
9. Anthony, who isn't at Camp Allegany, isn't the Logg-Cabin sibling learning new soccer skills.
10. Lindsay, who isn't attending Camp See-Qwah-No-Ta, isn't the one studying computers.

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