Camp Mail Summer Camp Money for Camp Campers LOVE to get mail! Please feel free to Information send letters/packages to your campers. T-shirts, Canteen, Missions 2009 Camp Schedule ¦¦¦ Attention: Please On the envelope please include: - Camper’s name Marriage Retreat May 22-24 Read Carefully - - Name of camp attending Heath Ormord, Dean $100/ couple New Policies ¦¦¦ Mail letters early to ensure delivery during specific In an effort to minimize confusion Sonrise (Adult Handicap) May 26-28 camp. Letters received on Fridays DO NOT and lost money, our Sonrise, First Troy Buss, Dean $90 / $100 arrive until after the campers leave. Chance, Junior, & Intermediate camps Letters received early will be held for later camps, Senior High (9th-12th) May 31-June 5 are now all inclusive! This means that the fee for these camps will cover regis- however letters received after camp will not be Jason Schmidt, Dean $150 / $160 tration, T-shirt, and canteen money for forwarded. Junior High (7th-8th) June 7-12 each camper. The ONLY money that should be sent to camp with these camp- Contact Information Richard Crockett, Dean $150 / $160 ers should be for missions, if desired. Lakeview Christian Camp First Chance (1st-2nd) June 14-15 Each camper will receive a free T-shirt, as 1380 10 Road Justin Brodie, Dean $50 / $60 well as canteen as often as it is offered. Stockton, KS 67669 No “unused” money will be refunded at Junior (3rd-4th) June 16-19 the end of camp. 785.839.4404 Heath Ormord, Dean $125 / $135 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lakeviewchristiancamp.org Intermediate (5th-6th) June 21-26 Our Senior High, Junior High, & Larry Lyles, Dean $175 / $185 Boondocker camps are not all inclusive! Directions These campers will be responsible for Boondocker (7th-9th) June 28-July 1 To get to Lakeview from: bringing and keeping track of their own Mike Sander, Dean $110 / $120 T-shirt ($10), canteen, & missions money Hwy 24--Take Hwy 258 exit (24 miles east of Hill City/8 ALL REGISTRATIONS POSTMARKED BY THE EARLY BIRD Camps based on Fall ‘09 Grade if they choose to. miles west of Stockton), go south. Camp is about 3 miles down the road (which will go over the dam and curve right). DEADLINE RECEIVE $10 OFF THEIR CAMP FEE! Hwy 18--7 miles west of Plainville is Zurich. In Zurich, turn Early Bird Deadline: The registration fees listed on the front of this brochure reflect these north on 10 Road (look for a brown sign that says Webster May 15 Reserve Wildlife Area). Camp is about 11 miles down the changes. If you have any questions, road which will curve to the right. **This deadline applies to all camps in June.** please email the camp at Look for the Chapel on the hill and the Prices listed above denote email@example.com. sign over the entrance. early bird discount price / regular price. Bring To Camp Registration Bible Pencil/Pen Bedding/Pillow FORMS Toiletries 1. The Registration Form and the Medical Form must be filled out completely. Towels/Washcloths Casual/Recreational Clothing * Please PRINT and make sure forms are SIGNED. Swimsuit (modest/one-piece) 2. Return completed forms to the camp coordinator at your church OR mail forms, with the full camp fee, to: Sunscreen/Hat Water Bottle Lakeview Christian Camp Camera 1380 10 Road Tennis Shoes Stockton, KS 67669 Bug Spray 3. Each camp is filled on a first come, first serve basis. Register early! Please DO NOT Bring 4. No one is barred because of race, color, or creed. Cell Phone/I-Pod INSURANCE Candy/Food Knives The family or individual coverage of the camper is the primary insurance for accidents and injuries. Lakeview Christian Camp provides coinsurance for all campers. The camp insurance will pay costs not covered by the Firearms primary policy to the limits of the camp policy. Parents must list their insurance company and policy Fireworks number on the Medical Form! Radios/Stereos Magazines/Books EARLY BIRD SPECIAL Electronic games Tobacco/Drugs/Alcohol All registrations postmarked by the Early Bird Deadline will receive $10 off their camp fee. Skateboards TIMES Visitors 1. Registration at camp begins at 4:00 p.m. for ALL summer camps. (Dorms will not be unlocked until 4:00). All visitors are to check in with the Dean upon 2. Drivers should allow for at least one hour to check in campers. Drivers are responsible for campers until arrival and must abide by all camp rules. A registration process is completed. donation of $3.00 per meal is asked to be paid per visitor. All visitors are asked to leave by 3. ALL summer camps will end at 1:00 p.m. on the final day. 10:00 p.m. If your child is prone to homesickness, it is usually best to simply write 4. Please note the specific dates of your particular camp, as some begin and end on different days of the week. rather than visit. Encourage them before camp to have a good time and tell them that you will pick them up at the end of the camp.
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