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Youth Camp 2011

Youth Camp 2011

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Youth Camp 2011

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  1. Youth Camp 2011 July 29 – 31

  2. A Mission of Discovery,Friendship and Teamwork

  3. 18 YEARS OF SUCCESS!! YC 07 = 261 youth & 256 camp staff YC 08 = 253 youth & 224 camp staff YC 09 = 268 youth & 244 camp staff YC 10 = 213 youth & 257 camp staff

  4. YOUTH CAMP GOALS Share New Experiences! Make new friends! Have fun together!

  5. You’ll Experience... • Unique Opportunities • Team • Building • Camaraderie • Support • Network

  6. And So Much More… • Ride in Military Vehicles • Drill & • Ceremony • Sleep • in Barracks • Physical • Training Click Here for More Youth Camp Photos

  7. Activity Youth Groups • 8-10 YEARS OLD • 11-13 YEARS OLD • 14-17 YEARS OLD Activities broken down by age appropriateness

  8. ACTIVITIES 8-10 Beach Party Conditioning Course Design T-shirts Sports

  9. ACTIVITIES 11-13 Drill Competition Sports Conditioning Course Beach Party ROPES Course

  10. ACTIVITIES 14-17 ~Field Exercise ~Survival Skills ~Rappelling ~Bring Your Sleeping Bag Confidence Course Static Displays Water Activities

  11. “We couldn’t have completed the tasks we were asked to do without teamwork and communication” “I had fun getting dragged in the mud” • Campers Like… • - The food • - Riding in Trucks • - Swimming • Dance • Push ups “Rappelling was awesome”

  12. Prohibited Items Cell Phones Knives TVs Digital Music Players Tobacco Guns of ANY kind Matches/Lighters Candles/Fireworks Pets Perfume Skateboards Locks Bikes Money Food Valuable Jewelry Click here to view Youth Camp Handbook Click here to view the Staff Handbook

  13. Bears at Mill Bluff

  14. Packing List for Campers and Volunteers Hyperlink below to WI NG Youth Camp – Youth Camp Handbook, page 6 Click for more Camp Packing List items

  15. Registration • Report 1 – 3 pm, Bldg 475 Volk Field, Camp Douglas, WI • What you will do at Registration? • Receive a T-Shirt & Water Bottle • Receive Lodging Assignment • See Medical Staff to discuss any Medical Concerns/Considerations • Identify and Meet with Campers • Site Orientation Click Here for More About Registration!

  16. Camp Leaders Co-Directors Joni Mathews Tammy Gross Tina Jeffords Administration Sue Hale Tammy Schlichtmann Medical Michelle Seavers Security Jeff Ernisse Bob Garralts Operations Jerald Eastman Wendy Kleist Logistics Phil Kilbane Communications Dave Owen Drill Sergeants Dining Facility Bill Rogge Public Affairs Cindy Stansfield 8-10 Head Counselor Scott Southworth Donations Coordinator Mac McClatchey 8-10 Activities John Gaedke 11-13 Head Counselor Shane Morris 11-13 Activities Vicki Edgren 14-17 Head Counselor Jim Engeler 14-17 Activities Lead Counselor John Keating

  17. Frequently Asked Questions What will the sleeping arrangements be like for the Camp Staff? Can I attend if I have a physical limitation? How will that affect my participation? Who do I contact if there is an emergency and someone needs to reach my family member at camp? What will happen if my child gets hurt at camp?

  18. CAMP STAFF Youth Camp Depends on You!