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2017 Unashamed Maui Summer Youth Camp
Welcome to the 2017 Unashamed Maui Summer Youth Camp application process. As you may have heard for the first time in its history, our summer camp will have a cap of 220 campers (100 Boys / 120 Girls). We will decide on the 220 campers by a first come / first pay option. The first 100 boys and 120 girls to register online and pay at least $100 of their camp cost will be reserved spots. If you are the 101st boy or 121st girl camper, you will be placed on an waiting list and notified if an available spot opens. PLEASE DO NOT WAIT UNTIL MAY TO REGISTER FOR CAMP. THERE MAY NOT BE ROOM FOR YOU.

This year 100% of our application is online. The REGISTRATION FORM, ONLINE PAYMENT, and ELECTRONIC LIABILITY FORM can all be completed, paid, and signed at http://waipunachapel.com/church-life/students

We thank you for your diligence in signing up for this year's summer youth camp. We look forward to seeing you at our 15th annual summer youth camp.

3 Step Application Process:
1. Complete Online Registration
2. Submit Payment
3. Complete Online Liability Form

All links are on http://waipunachapel.com/church-life/students

General Information
Location:
Camp Maluhia - Boy Scouts of America
3450 Kahekili Hwy, Wailuku, HI 96793
Sponsored by Waipuna Chapel

Cost: $150
Grades: 6-12
Date: June 4-8, 2017

Camp Check In: Sunday, June 4th at 2 pm
Camp Check Out: Thursday, June 8th at 5 pm

Includes: 4-night and 5-day lodging, meals, games, dedicated youth leaders,
dynamic speakers, and the return of the Leileiana Praise Band

Bring The Following
A great attitude
Bible, notebook, pen/pencil
Shoes, socks, slippers
Pillow, sleeping bag or blanket, bed sheet (optional)
Toiletries (towel, soap, shampoo, toothpaste/brush, deodorant, insect repellent, sunscreen)
Flashlight (with fresh batteries)
Daily change of clothes & jacket (messy day clothes too)
Overall Dress Code
Boys:
Shirts must be worn at all times, except in the cabin
Shirts/clothing must not display any form of profanity or derogatory images (i.e. swear words, drugs, women, etc.)

Girls:
Shirts must have straps
Shirts must reveal no cleavage or midriff
Shorts must be at least finger tip length
Shirts/clothing must not display any form of profanity or derogatory images (i.e. swear words, drugs, etc.)

If your child's attire is not in accordance with the camp dress code, the camp leaders will ask your child to change into something more appropriate.

Swimming Attire
Boys: board shorts and swim shirt
Girls: [Option 1] Board shorts and one-piece swimsuit; [Option 2] Two-piece swimsuit, board shorts, and pool shirt
Electronic Devices
Dear Parent(s) or Guardian(s), the camp leaders WILL regulate the use of electronic devices in accordance with the camp vision to create a distraction-free atmosphere. If your child NEEDS the use of any electronic device, please send a written explanation and signed parent-letter requesting its use. Media devices are best to be left at home. For any questions, please contact the Camp Director Kaipo Thomas at (808) 870-7965.
Camp Guidelines
One of the main goals of the camp is to provide each participant with a safe and enjoyable atmosphere. Please carefully read the following points of focus with the your child. These guidelines help the staff to best service and monitor the safety and enjoyment of each participant. Camp rules will be covered at camp and reinforced throughout the week.

1. DO NOT BRING spending cash, matches, lighters, knives, fireworks, firearms, weapons, drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, illegal item(s), or any item(s) that could possibly harm another participant at camp.
2. The Camp Director with a Staff Member reserves the right to search any bag and confiscate any item(s) found that may cause injury or jeopardize the safety or enjoyment of any or all individuals participating in camp.
3. Refusal to comply with Camp Director and/or Staff Member will result in immediate notification of parent(s)/guardian(s) to determine further action. In the case of search and seizure of item(s), safety for participant(s) of camp will be the number one priority.
4. Participation and attendance of all events is mandatory.
5. Campers must remain in designated areas at all times.
6. Any property damage will be paid for by parent/guardian.

Payment Options
Cost: $150
We have two payment options (Mailed in cash or check / Online Payment)

1.) Cash and Check can be mailed in to:
Waipuna Chapel
17 Omaopio Road, Kula, HI, 96790
*Check Memo: (Child’s Name) 2017 Unashamed Maui Summer Youth Camp

2.) Online Payment Instruction:
-Log on to www.waipunachapel.com
-Click on "Donate"
-Click on "Make A Donation"
-In the new window that opens, type in $150 into the "Other" Section
-In the space provided, type in "Unashamed Camp (then your child's first and last name)"
-Click "Continue" and input your credit card or banking information
-Click "Process" when completed

For more information, call or email
Camp Director: Pastor Kaipo Thomas
Email: kaipo@waipunachapel.com
Cell: (808) 870-7965

Driving Directions to Camp Maluhia
-From your starting location, get to Kahekili Highway.
-Once on Kahekili Highway head towards Kahakuloa town.
-The Mendes Ranch sign (located on the ocean side of Kahekili Highway)
is what you’re looking for.
-Immediately across the street from Mendes Ranch is the entrance for Camp Maluhia.
-Follow the paved road to the very top.
-Park in the gravel parking lot and walk in through the yellow gates for check-in.
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