Friday June 7, 2019

Food: It Does a Body Good

  • Breakfast- French toast sticks, bacon, fruit, and yogurt.
  • Lunch- Pizza burgers, potato chips, salad bar, pb&j bar
  • Dinner-Chicken and waffles, green beans, salad bar, pb&j bar, with ice cream Sundays for dessert.

 

Everybody Stand Up! It’s Time for Chapel!

Respect Core value topic at Chapel today.

Respect: to treat others as I would want them to treat me, to value the worth of every person, including myself. Related values: acceptance, empathy, self-respect and tolerance. 

 

 

The Golden Plunger Goes To…

Each day our Unit Directors challenge each of their cabins to maintain the cleanliness of the cabins and make it a competition. The winning cabin each day with receive a Golden Plunger, with hopes to keep it each day. The cleanest cabin awards for the day went to:

The Hill: Osage
Yurt Village: Hubble
The Valley: Cherokee

 

The cabins that won cleanest cabin for the overall week were:

The Hill: Kickapoo
Yurt Village: Discovery
The Valley: Cherokee

These cabins kept not only their own cabin clean, but worked hard to keep their assigned area around camp clean also

Let’s Get Moving: It’s Clinic Time

Although we are sad that this week is coming to an end we are happy for all the awesome memories that have been made. This week has been beyond amazing and it’s very normal for kids to experience camp sickness.  If your kids are walking around singing camp songs, asking what his or her cabin activity is, or asking for their arts & crafts, this is all totally normal!

We appreciate being able to partner with you on the development of your child and hope to see you again soon!

 

Time to Get Ready for Tonight’s Activity

Closing campfire.

Campfire is a time for everyone to come together, enjoy skits, sing songs, and watch the sun go down. This week of camp has been magical, exciting, and fun. Your camper has connected with nature and other kids as they have had adventures they will remember the rest of their life.

Add Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

765-525-6730
Rlyoc@indymca.org
6981 W Co Rd 650 N
St Paul, IN 47272