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What makes camp unique

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I found a great article on 4 observations about what makes camp unique.  If you as a parent are concerned about sending your child to camp, you need to read this article.

 

http://kids.healthychurch.com/healthy-leaders/what-makes-camp-unique

 

 

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Bunk Notes

Bunk Notes

STAY IN TOUCH THIS SUMMER WITH BUNK NOTES

 

We are excited to tell yhou about our continued partnership with Bunk1, allowing you to send "Bunk Notes" throughout your child's week at camp.  Using a secure login, you'll be able to send a "Bunk Note" to your camper at any time of the day and it will be delivered with the regular mail the very next day.  No need to wait for USPS to deliver!   

 

Download our Parent and Camper Information sheet for more information.  Download Here.

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What Should We Pack For Summer Camp?

What Should We Pack For Summer Camp?

Just what should you pack this summer for your kids great week at Spencer Lake.  You can find the whole list in our parent packet, however here is a quick cheat sheet.

 

 

 

 

 

Spencer Lake Kids Camp Packing List.

 Sleeping bag or bedding & pillow
 Bath towels & wash cloth
 Pajamas
 Jeans, modest shorts & shirts
 Modest one piece swimsuit
 Beach towel
 Socks & underwear
 Bodywash-shampoo-toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.
 Hand Soap
 Tennis shoes for recreation 
 Rain poncho 
 Sweatshirt or jacket 
 Extra pair of shoes 
 Plastic bag for wet/dirty clothes 
 Flashlight 
 Bible 
 Notebook and pen
 Spending money 
 Medications and prescription information for nurse—see note below


DO NOT BRING: Absolutely no fireworks, firearms, stink bombs, tobacco, weapons, alcohol, drugs, pets, or hair color spray (due to air conditioner damage)

MEDICATIONS: Bring in original container/label in a plastic zip bag to the Nurse’s Station upon arrival. Include: 1) camper name, 2) doctor name, 3) prescription number, 4) date prescribed, 5) medication name, 6) dosing. All meds go to camp nurse upon arrival. It is camper’s responsibility to go to the nurse for meds at prescribed times. Changes in health and medication info must be mailed in with parent signature or provided at check-in.

 

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Camp Documents - Parents