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2019 Week 8: Tuesday

We wrap-up Summer 2019 with our mini-Week 8.   We had a blast with our mini-campers and Buffalo Gap Adventurers.  Read all about it in our final weekly summer edition of Camel Tracks:  https://www.campmountluther.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/2019-Week-8-Camel-Tracks.pdf Advertisements

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2019 Week 8: Monday

Today we welcomed our Pick-a-Day Pioneer Campers. Our day was filled with songs, games, crafts, and best of all, the pool! It was a warm day here so it was nice for our younger campers to cool off. While they … Continue reading

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2019 Week 8: Sunday

Last night we welcomed our final overnight campers of the summer! Mini-juniors, mini-pioneers, and Buffalo Gap Adventure intermediates joined the 10-day intermediates who had fun over the weekend, and even took a field trip to Halfway Dam on Saturday. This … Continue reading

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2019 Week 7: Friday

We had a fun week with High Adventure, SURE (survival) camp, juniors and intermediates.  Read all about our week in Camel Tracks: https://www.campmountluther.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/2019-Week-7-Camel-Tracks.pdf

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2019 Week 7: Thursday

Thursday was a beautiful day – no rain or thunder! Campers learned about how justice transforms community when they heard about the parable of the workers in the vineyard and how it shows the justice of God’s Kingdom. Cabin groups … Continue reading

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2019 Week 7: Wednesday

Wednesday is a special day at camp each week because it allows campers to be more independent and choose what their afternoon looks like! Elective afternoon featured activities like Nuk’em ball, play dough and Legos, pool, crafts, and ultimate werewolf. … Continue reading

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2019 Week 7: Tuesday

Tuesday began on the sunny-side with breakfast and a first light activity where everyone drew their favorite food to bring to the all-inclusive banquet! As the campers learned about how inclusion can transform community they heard the parable of the … Continue reading

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