Woodland Park Summer Camp Registration Underway

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

S&E Summer Camp for middleschoolers at Woodland Park Baptist Church, 6735 Standifer Gap Road, will be June 9-13 in Pisgah, Ala. The speaker will be Stephen Barber and worship leader Levi Mueller. The theme will be "Grafted." Registration must be made by May 25. The cost is $215. Registration and pay online.

What to bring: Bible, pen, towel, toiletries, sleeping bag or sheets, pillow, casual clothes, decent modest shorts, some "grubby" clothes, modest one-piece swimsuit, canteen money, an open mind & servant’s heart.

What not to bring: CDs or CD players, DVD or DVD players, ipods, hand held electronic games, knives, fireworks, matches, lighters, laser lights, little brothers in suitcase, weapons of mass or minor destruction, bad attitudes, pet badgers.

Departure time on June 9 is 2 p.m. Return time on June 13 is 11 a.m.

Parents, we have a "prank" free policy at our camps. We ask our campers to respect each other and each other’s property as well. So please do not allow your child to bring any thing that can be used in a "prank" on someone.

There will be a "Canteen" with sodas, flavored drinks, candy, and other "treats" that can be purchased. All items are $1.

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