Hello future counselor! I really appreciate your willingness to help with camp! It is such a blessing to serve with each of you! We couldn’t have camp without all of your hard work! Please return this application as soon as possible, but no later than March 28th. If it turns out you cannot help the week of camp, please let me know as soon as possible! We will assign workshops on a first come, first serve basis. As workshops begin to fill up with leaders, we will begin putting counselors where needed. In addition to the week of camp, you will be required to attend one planning day and training. Initial Planning and Training will be held on April 13th, 2019 at the A-State Wesley Foundation. Once I have approved you as a counselor, I will send you detailed information about camp and training. The child maltreatment form MUST be notarized before it is turned in. A notary is located in the Administration Building, the Financial Aid office in the Union, and at Cornerstone UMC. Continued planning meetings are on May 4th (optional) and before camp begins on July 9th (NOT optional). I encourage you to be at both if you can! We will have band practice at both of these meetings. Please begin praying for campers, those involved in planning, donors, volunteers, and yourself as we begin the countdown to another year of camp. If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to call, text, e-mail, or Facebook message me.
Lauren OuryDelta Pride Director 2019 firstname.lastname@example.org
Delta Pride 2019 Workshop Explanations Morning: • Outside Sports – Games are games, but sports are sports. Bring out your inner competitor as you play flag football, kickball, ultimate Frisbee, soccer and other outside sports. • Theater – Campers will have fun with improv games, acting prompts, skits, charades, drama, and more. • Arts and Crafts – Campers will make a variety of arts and crafts projects that they will get to take home at the end of camp. • Memory Makers – Capture the Delta Pride experience through photographs, videos, and stories. Campers should try to provide their own camera if they wish to work as a photographer. Extra cameras will be limited.
Afternoon: • Team Building – Learn to grow your leadership and team building skills with this fun, hands-on workshop. Counselors and campers will work through teamwork activities, games, group discussions, and more. • Dance – Practice the basics of dance while you learn choreographed dance routines. Show off your skills or just have fun on the dance floor! • Missions – Learn about different types of mission work opportunities, including trips, community service, and volunteer work available to those who want to serve the Lord. Campers will get to help with small, on-campus mission projects for the Wesley. • Arts and Crafts – Campers will make a variety of arts and crafts projects that they will get to take home at the end of camp. Evening: • Outside Games – Outside fun like water games, relay races, red rover, tag, oversized board games, etc. • Choir and Band – Learn songs to perform at closing ceremony with the camp band. Instrumentalist must bring your own instruments. • Hodgepodge – Campers will participate in a variety of activities, such as yoga, bible games, and Lip Sync Battles.• Cooking – Campers will learn how to cook fun and easy meals. There will also be cooking games like Iron Chef and Chopped. Limit 8-10 campers.