AUMC Church Day Camp 2017 Registration

Monday, July 10 - Friday, July 14, 9 a.m. - noon
VBS Celebration Sunday, July 16
Preschool Children Age 3 through Completed 4th grade
(MUST BE AGE 3 BY SEPT. 30, 2016 AND TOILET TRAINED)

Registration fee is $20 for one child, $10 for each additional child, and $40 maximum per family* to secure a place in Church Day Camp. This fee includes craft supplies and snacks. Pay online by going to annandale-umc.org , clicking on "Online Giving", and selecting a one-time donation in the appropriate amount. Or you can drop off your payment in the church office or mail it to: AUMC, 6935 Columbia Pike, Annandale, VA 22003. Make checks payable to AUMC, with "Church Day Camp" in the memo line.

*Scholarships available; please contact the church office (703-256-8330) for more information.
**If your child has food allergies, know that we will make every effort to accommodate you, but you may want to PROVIDE snacks for your child.

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    During Church Day Camp week, photos and videos may be taken for use by AUMC in promotion of CDC. If you choose not to have your or your child(ren)'s photos or videos used, please sign an AUMC Photo Opt Out form, which may be obtained from the AUMC church office. These forms will be retained on file. A complete disclosure of AUMC's photo/video policy is available at the AUMC church office. AUMC has my permission in an emergency, when I cannot be contacted, to call 911 Emergency services, an EMT or the hospital has my authorization to provide treatment, which a physician deems necessary for the well being of my child. By law a parent or legal guardian cannot consent in advance to any and all manner of emergency care. It is understood in most cases, other than the need for immediate emergency treatment, the attending physician may defer treatment pending the parent or guardian’s expressed permission to administer such treatment.
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