Campers: Ages 11-16
Summer Round-Up is a specialty week that lets campers ages 11-16 focus on the activity they love most! When registering online, campers choose one program area (this year's choices listed below). They will spend at least three hours a day on their chosen activity, but have the opportunity for other activities during free times.
It's best to register early, as each of the program choices has a maximum number of campers, and some of them fill up quickly! We often have campers (ages 11-16) attend a Pre-Teen or Teen session, and then return for Round-Up. This is welcome and encouraged.
This year at Summer Round Up we will be "Building on the Foundation". What does that mean? Jesus offers himself as the foundation and cornerstone for our lives, Bobby Halek will look at some of the elements of this foundation, like salvation, reconciliation and justification, explain what they are, and how we can have them, and then how we can use them to grow into the people God wants us to be.
As always, the week will feature great singing and activities, as well as some new additions like the volleyball program taught by a certified instructor. We will also be having some surprise fun building projects throughout the week that will require teamwork and creativity to succeed.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
2019 Round-Up Programs
Horsemanship (several skill levels available) led by Jackie Gefell and her team of wranglers. Each day, campers have a ground class, a ring class, and a trail ride.
Marksmanship / Riflery (ages 12+). Campers can expect to improve their marksmanship skills and have a lot of fun under Dan Lee's intense and enthusiastic tutelage.
Archery Led again this year by Philip Sidwell and Bonnie Kenney! A popular choice for those who enjoy bows, arrows, and balloons.
Ropes Course / Climbing Tower David Larter's curriculum is always a winner with campers who choose this program. Expect to be stretched as you try out our numerous events, and to leave with increased confidence.
Crafts led by Ruth Nieboer. Ruth does a great job of choosing interesting crafts that campers can work on all week. Expect to make something you'll be really proud of to take home.
Camping Challenge led by Daniel Downs, this group sleeps in tents rather than cabins, and cooks many of their own meals over the fire.
Volleyball led by Carol Koole to learn the fundamentals of volleyball and enjoy a week filled of playing a favorite game!
In addition to our regular chapel times, campers will also participate in a small group Bible study each day. This is a great week of learning and growing!
If Round-Up interests you, register soon, as many of the program choices fill quickly. Don't hesitate to ask any questions you may have about this unique week of Camp!
|7:30 AM||Rise & Shine, Cabin Clean-Up|
|8:20 AM||Flag Raising|
|10:15 AM||Activity Period 1|
|11:15 AM||Activity Period 2|
|1:00 PM||Rest Time|
|2:00 PM||Activity Period 3|
|3:00 PM||Free Time / Store|
|4:15 PM||Activity Period 4|
|7:00 PM||Free Time|
|10:30 PM||Lights Out|