Camp Fair 2009
Here are the summer camps that were in attendance this year. An * indicates there is information at the CVR - Evald Hall for you to pick up or browse through for this camp. Feel free to contact them directly about positions for summer employment.
There are so many different programs! You just have to check out their website. Please contact Pastor Duane Hanson with any questions or concerns 608.257.3577 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bettendorf Parks & Rec - Day Camp*
The day camp is located at Middle Park in Bettendorf, IA, takes field trips to various locations, & swims at Splash Landing. Programs available are Upper (5-8 year olds), Lagoon (9-12 year olds), Teen Camp, and Leaders-In-Training (13-14 year olds). Applications are available online at http://www.bettendorf.org/hr. Any questions please contact Christin Powers 563.344.4121 or email@example.com.
Camp Dean - Girl Scouts Fox Valley Council
Contact Crystal M. Cole, Resident Camp Director for more information firstname.lastname@example.org 630.897.1565 ext. 109.
Camp McCormick - Girl Scouts of Rock River Valley
Contact Felecia Dupczak, Camp Director for more information email@example.com 815.234.8622 ext. 10.
The youth and families that enjoy Camp Shalom come from a variety of denominations, but they come together to explore what it means to be one in Christ. The site includes woodland trails, high and low challenge course initiatives, archery targets, a soccer field and campfire circles. The program seeks to offer children a sense of progression. This helps campers build self-esteem and confidence through accomplishment. Contact Maggie Atkinson, Program Director for more information 563.323.2790 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp staff members are selected because of their deeply rooted interest and commitment to serving and working with firls in an outdoor setting. Staff provide activity leadership based on their skills, experience, and interest. Girls ages 7-17 attend WeHaKee for 2, 4, or 6 weeks. Campers attend from the US and about 20% are international campers. Campers represent many faith, culture and socioeconomic groups. Summer schedule is from June 19-August 5. Contact Maggie Braun for more information 608.787.8304 or email@example.com.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa & Western Illinois
Contact Jacci Rivard, Director of Outdoor Program for more information 319.363.8335 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lutheran Outdoor Ministry Center*
They are looking for Christian people who are able to share their faith with youth in outdoor settings. A willingness to be a part of a community and a desire to learn are essential requirements. Contact Kendra Swanson or Thomas Williams for more information 815.732.2220 or check out their website.
Lutherdale Bible Camp*
At Lutherdale, they serve God's children. Through their On-Site Day Camp, Young Pioneers camp, Elementary, Jr. High, and Sr. High on-site programs, they include all ages of youth. They offer family camps and also a special needs camp. Their specialty programs include, Sailing, Sports, Horse, Night Owl, Improvisation camps. The also hold weekly off-site "Day Camps" throughout Wisconsin and Illinois and a Senior High servant event camp in Milwaukee. Contact David or Jen Box 262.742.2352 or email@example.com.
Sugar Creek Bible Camp*
Sugar Creek serves about 2400 campers each summer with both resident and day camp programs. The camp operates as a de-centralized program, which means they have several small villages of 21-26 campers. Each counselor has 6-8 campers they are responsible for. Each age group, elementary through senior high, has their own special program to progress through each year they come to camp. For more information, contact Dick Iverson 608.734.3113 or firstname.lastname@example.org.