2016 Summer Camp Schedule for SECC
PLEASE NOTE: When registering your child for camp use the grade they will be going INTO in the fall (not the grade they are in right now)
Family Camp – May 27-29, 2016 Costs Very (Click HERE for Family Camp Information Guide)
7-8 Grade Week #1: June 7-10, 2016 (Blankenbaker Campus*) Cost $237 (waitlist now active for both boys and girls)
7-8 Grade Week #2: June 11-14, 2016 (Indiana, Oldham, Southwest Campus*) Cost $237 (waitlist now active for boys)
6 Grade Camp: June 15-18, 2016 (All Campuses) Cost $237 (waitlist now active for boys and girls)
1-2 Grade Camp: July 15-16, 2016 (All Campuses*) Cost $84
3-5 Grade Camp Week #1 July 17-20, 2016 (Indiana Campus and 920 Focus* – This means most leaders will be from Indiana Campus and Blankenbaker Campus) $220
3-5 Grade Camp Week #2 July 21-24, 2016 (920 Focus* – This means mostly SECC Blankenbaker Campus leaders) $220
3-5 Grade Camp Week #3 July 25-28, 2016 (920, SW, OC Focus* This means leaders are from SW Campus, OC Campus and Blankenbaker Campus) $220
Camp Freedom Disabilities Camp – July 29-31, 2016 (all campuses) $145
PLEASE NOTE: * Campers are welcome to register for any session of camp, but if you’d like to make sure you see the staff you see on the weekend at the campus you attend, look above and see which campus leaders will be coming each week! (Week 1: Indiana and 920, Week 2: 920 Campus, Week 3: SW, OC and 920 Campus). AGAIN, campers can attend any (or all) of the camps but the leaders from various campuses will be focused on the weeks noted above)
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Camp Details and Helpful Information
Elementary Camp Details
IMPORTANT CAMP INFORMATION GUIDE FOR ELEMENTARY CAMPS
3-5 Grade Weeks #1, #2 & #3 Drop-Off: 5:00pm on the first day of camp Pick Up: 4:00pm on the last day of camp 1-2 Grade Camp Drop-Off: 5:00pm on July 15, 2016 Pick-Up: 5:00pm on July 16, 2016
VOLUNTEERS: Volunteer leaders are always needed and play a huge role in summer camp. The process for applying to volunteer as a junior counselor, adult counselor or leader goes through the ministry team. The contact for Elementary Camps is Misty yates and can be reached at 502.253.8811 or at email@example.com Please
Note: All campers for 3rd/5th grade will need to select 3 activities (no more no less) during registration. Please look at the descriptions below to be prepared while registering.
Zipline (extra fee applies) Limited to first 150 campers to sign up: Campers get the chance to head down the MegaZipline. They’ll climb the tower and then get hooked in for a 1,000 foot flight. That’s the length of three football fields!
Paintball (extra fee applies) Limited to first 90 campers to sign up: Campers will get to experience what it’s like to shoot a paintball at both stationary and moving targets (but not at each other)
Archery Limited to first 75 campers to sign up (no extra fee): Campers can channel their inner Robin Hood and learn how to shoot a bow and arrow at our archery targets. (You mentioned an archery course but I didn’t know how to describe that)
Canoeing – No limit/cap: Campers will learn the basics of canoeing (no extra fee). Once they get the hang of steering, it’s time for some canoe races and relays.
Painting – Limited to first 90 campers to sign up (no extra fee): Campers will learn some different painting techniques and get to paint their own painting step by step.
Owl Pellets – No limit/cap (no extra fee): Animal loving campers will love to learn about what owls eat and then examine the pellets to find fossils.
Water Wars – Limited to first 180 campers to register (no extra fee): Campers will get wet but will have a blast working with each other through several water based team building games.
Bottle Rockets – Limited to first 60 Campers to sign up (no extra fee): Who knew a 2 liter bottle could shoot a 100 feet in the air? Campers will work in teams to build their own launcher and then we’ll see how far the rockets fly!
Science Lab – No Limit/Cap (no extra fee): Campers will get to work their way through several different experiments using common everyday items.
Hip Hop Dance – Cap: 90 (no extra fee): Campers will learn the basics of hip hop dance and then learn a routine. Time to Hip Hop Dance for Jesus!
AbraCadabra – Illusions Limit/Cap: 75 (no extra fee): Campers will learn how to use the basic of sleight of hand to pull off some very cool illusions!
Hiking – No Limit/Cap (no extra fee): If you have an active camper, they are sure to love hiking to the top of the Knob to see out over Indiana and over to the Louisville skyline. Campers registered for hiking should bring closed toe shoes (no flip flops or sandals).
Middle School Camp Details
During the registration process campers will have the chance to select extra activities as part of their camp experience but this is optional. The extra activities include the mega zip line, paintball and the swing of faith with descriptions below. Mega Zip Line ($10): Campers will climb the 35 foot tower and then get hooked in for a 1,000 foot flight. That’s the length of three football fields! The Mega Zip is always a big hit with campers! Paintball ($25): Junior High campers have the opportunity to play real-life scenarios on the paintball field where they will work together, compete together and enjoy (most of the time) stepping onto the field of battle to create memories that will last a lifetime. Swing of Faith ($7): When campers get suited up in their full-body harness and step over to the mounting platform, the excitement definitely soars but not nearly as much as they soar after being pulled to the top of the 45′ pole where they get to pull their own rip cored and free fall before swinging courageously toward the treetops! If roller coasters and thrill rides are your thing then the swing of faith is a must this summer!
VOLUNTEERS: Volunteer leaders are always needed and play a huge role in summer camp. The process for applying to volunteer as a junior counselor, adult counselor or leader goes through the ministry team. The contact for Middle School Ministry Camps is Curtis Zehner and can be reached at 502.253.8507 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
7-8 Grade Camp Week#1:
Drop-Off: 10:00am June 7, 2016 at The Block (Southeast Christian Blankenbaker Campus). Bus transportation will be provided for campers and leaders from the Block. For Week #1 transportation will ONLY be at this campus.
Pick-Up: Camper Pick-Up will be AT COUNTRY LAKE (815 Country Lake Road, Underwood, IN 47177) on June 10 at 12:00pm (noon).
7-8 Grade Camp Week #2:
Drop-Off: 10:00am June 11, 2016 at various campuses! Campers will be dropped off at the Southeast Christian campus selected during the registration process (Oldham, Indiana or Southwest).
Pick-Up: Camper Pick-Up will be AT COUNTRY LAKE (815 Country Lake Road, Underwood, IN 47177) on June 14 at 12:00pm (noon).
6 Grade Camp:
Drop-Off: Camper drop-off is at 10:00am on June 15 AT COUNTRY LAKE CHRISTIAN RETREAT (815 Country Lake Road Underwood, IN 47177).
Pick-Up: Camper pick-up will be at 12:00pm (noon) on June 18.
Camp Freedom Details
Camp Freedom Disabilities Camp Drop-Off: 6:00pm July 29, 2016 at Country Lake Christian Retreat (815 Country Lake Road Underwood, IN 47177). Pick-Up: 2:00pm July 31, 2016 at Country Lake Christian Retreat (815 Country Lake Road Underwood, IN 47177). VOLUNTEERS: For questions related to serving, volunteering or attending Camp Freedom please contact Mary Tatum at email@example.com or Tessa Belding at 502.253.8126 or at firstname.lastname@example.org