Sweat ‘n Serve Application

This application is for campers registering for Sweat and Serve for the first time. The director will notify you as to whether or not you are approved to be a Sweat and Serve camper if you are applying for the first time.

 Return Sweat and Servers may be contacted by the director to talk about their past Sweat and Serve experiences and to determine if continuing in Sweat and Serve is a good fit.

Program Description

Sweat and Serve is for girls who have completed 6th grade or above , however, preference will be given to those in 8th grade an above and 6th and 7th graders will be accepted on a case by case basis.  Sweat and Serve will show campers that work can be fun and rewarding.  Sweat and Serve includes quality leadership training, participation in one skill-based activity, daily cabin times, Bible studies, lessons in servanthood, as well as participation in cabin cookout and all-camp game. Sweat and Serve campers will learn new skills through setting tables, washing dishes, cleaning bathrooms and showers, as well as other basic maintenance projects. Accompanied by a counselor these girls will learn to have a servant’s heart and build strong leadership skills.

Please answer the following questions. This will allow all of us to be on the same page at the start of the program. You also need to register for Sweat and Serve at camp-cherith.com.

Return completed forms to Squirrel Rauch (Camp Director) at 2027 Acero Ave. #44, Pueblo, CO 81004 or email it to squirrelrauch@gmail.com.

  1. Please explain in your own words what a week as a sweat ‘n serve camper will look like. What is your understanding of the program?
  2. A sweat ‘n serve camper is not like a regular camper. You have more responsibility. Sweat ‘n serve campers work with other people almost all of the time in this program. We're a team, and that means that each person has to show a lot of responsibility. If you were going to prove that you were a responsible person, what things could you tell us about that would show this? What have you done in your life or are doing now that you believe shows that you are a responsible person?
  3. Working with each other on a team requires a great deal of respect. Sometimes people are not respectful. Please give us some examples of disrespectful behavior that you've seen, especially by people your own age. Please also give us some examples of respectful behavior that you've seen. Have you ever done something about it when someone was not respectful to you or to one of your friends? What did you do?  If you haven't, what do you think you could have done?

By signing below you agree to serve camp, serve each other, learn about leadership, and have fun while sweating!

Camper Signature__________________________________________  Date _____________

By signing below I believe my child will be a good fit for this program.

Parent Signature___________________________________________  Date _____________

Return completed forms to Squirrel Rauch (Camp Director) at 2027 Acero Ave. #44, Pueblo, CO 81004 or email it to squirrelrauch@gmail.com.

Updated 3/4/2019 KA