August 1 - August 8, 2020
Completing 3rd or 4th grades
August 8 - August 15, 2020
Completing 1st or 2nd grades
Register and pay in full by February 29th and pay
only $299 (a $26 discount) plus get a Free Shirt
Register and pay in full by April 30th and pay
only $299 (a $26 discount) but No Free Shirt
Register after April 30th and pay $325
A $100 (non-refundable) deposit is required at time of registration.
Balance must be paid in full prior to the start of the session.
$4 processing fee on all registrations
Our goal for the Elementary weeks is to provide your child with a balanced “Christ-centered” camping experience – a week packed with adventure, and memories that last. Highlights include: Bible classes - your child will be trained in the wisdom of Proverbs and will be challenged to know and apply the wisdom of Proverbs in everyday life. To help the Bible lessons come alive, your child will journey to the Market Place. There your child will have the opportunity to work hands-on in different shops that would have been in operation during ancient times. It is our hope that your child will know it, see it, experience it, and most importantly, live it!
Your child's day will also be filled with many traditional camping activities. And who doesn’t love to laugh? Our puppet shows are sure to get your giggles going and keep you laughing all night long. Now let’s not forget the other activities like horse back riding, creek walk, swimming, water ballon toss, bottle rockets, arts and crafts, canoeing, fishing, rifles, archery and the ever popular—Gaga court!
A week like this is guaranteed to give you memories for a lifetime!
Matt has been in education for 24 years as a physics teacher and is in his 11th year as director of Elementary 2. Matt's involved in coaching several youth sports and very active at the Shillington church of Christ where he, his wife and four children attend.
Manny directs the youngest of our campers, nurturing many who are first time campers. This is Manny's 20th year serving at Elementary 1. Manny, his wife and three children are longtime members of the Pitman Road Church of Christ where he is a deacon.