Kids Camp 2021 Treasure Chasers is going to be an awesome week of treasure hunts, team building, and teaching our kids about the love of Christ! Join us this year as we explore the world of geocaching and how it can teach us about living like Jesus. We can’t wait to share this awesome week with you!
At camp, kids will travel around with their dorm for morning and evening worship services, dorm devotions, games, water activities and team challenges. There are different activities planned for the different age groups.
Mt. Chestnut Nazarene Center
177 North Rd, Butler PA
July 19th — 23rd 2021
Drop off: Monday (July 19th) 12:00 pm – 1:15 pm.
Pick Up: Friday (July 23rd) 2:00 pm.
Early bird special – $180. Register by June 1.
Regular Registration – $200. June 1 – July 9
WHO CAN ATTEND
Current Students who have completed grades 1-6 by the start of camp (July 19).
WHAT TO BRING
You will need to bring a sleeping bag, pillow, all the bathroom stuff, towels, clothes to get dirty in, tennis shoes, modest swimsuit (one piece for girls & shorts style for guys), a Bible, and a pen.
Our speakers are Tonya Marks and Ed Yeager.
Students will stay in bunk-style cabins. The female and male cabins are are separate dorms. The dorms are typically assigned by grade.
Students eat in the dining hall for breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided by our camp staff. We also provide a late-night snack each day. Students can also purchase snacks and drinks from the snack shack during the afternoons and late evenings. Special dietary needs are met upon request.
We’re in need of volunteers for counselors and CIT’s. Counselors must be 18 years of age or older, have clearances on file with the district and complete Naz Safe Training.
CIT’s must be 16 years of age.
Please register in the same place as the children. Do not panic when you see the $200 fee! You do not pay to volunteer at Kids Camp!
All participants will have to adhere to our District Center’s Covid-19 guidelines which include signing their “Assumption of Risk and Waiver Liability Relating to Coronavirus/Covid-19”, having your temperature taken, wearing a mask, and social distancing.