Boys Camp

Dates:

Week 1: July 2 – 8, 2017

Week 2: July 9 – 15, 2017

Ages: 8 – 15

Director: Steve Young

CIT Director: Tim Young

Speaker: Matt Huffman

Program:
The mission of Boys Camp at Iroquoina is to see boys saved and discipled in a fun, loving, and Christ-centered environment.  We aim to accomplish this through the work of dedicated counselors and staff, challenging lessons from God’s Word, and an exciting program of activities.  You may come for either week or both if you want to have a really good time.  Matt Huffman will be speaking on Parables of Jesus  this summer.

Activities at Boys Camp include such things as archery, Bible study, canoeing, carpentry, rocketry, swimming, and woodsmanship.  We also have a variety of evening activities during which the campers are divided into two teams.  Chapel times, memorizing verses, evening devotions, free time, cabin clean up, and three good meals make up the majority of the remainder of the schedule each day.

CIT Program:
For young men ages 15-17, we have a Counselor-in-Training program that is designed to help develop leadership skills. The CIT program runs through the duration of Boys Camp, and it takes two years to complete (four weeks total). Email Tim Young, the CIT director, for more information at tim.young001697@gmail.com. 

Group discounts are available.  Email the Registrar at registrar@iroquoina.org” for more information.

Register Today!

 

Fee for each week** (includes registration fee):
$270 if postmarked by June 1
$295 if postmarked after June 1

*There is a multiple week discount for Teen Camp, Boys Camp, Soccer Camp, and Girls Camp attendees. Children who attend multiple weeks of camp are required to pay the full camp fee for their first week. They are then eligible to receive a $65 discount for each week after the first week.

**A nonrefundable deposit of $50 is due with your registration. The deposit will be credited toward the camp fee owed. Family Camp is a $100 dollar deposit.

Group discounts are available. Contact the registrar for details. registrar@iroquoina.org

Scholarships are available for those in need of financial assistance. Please submit your request to the registrar before June 1. To request a copy of the form please contact the registrar at registrar@iroquoina.org

For more information, please email Camp at info@iroquoina.org