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Day one is done!

Updated: 3 days ago

Hey Campers!

We had such a fun time with you all today! We had a full schedule. The kids met Benjamin Franklin who told them about his pen name "Silence Dogood" and how he ran his own paper during the revolutionary war. They also heard from a man named Ebenezer Macintosh who told them about tariffs and his participation in the Boston Tea Party, and from Corrie Ten Boom who shared how her family hid jews during WW2 and how she and her sister later were sent to the concentration camps where they used the word of God to bring many spiritual freedom in Christ.

The kids also tie-dyed their new camp shirts which they will be wearing for the remainder of the week. Instructions were sent home, but in case some were missed here they are. Please have the shirts washed and ready to go tomorrow before camp.

Tie Dye Care

Let set for 6-8 hours or longer for most intense colors

Rinse well with water until excess dye is removed. Cut rubber bands if used.

Fill washer to large load setting with hottest water suitable for fabric and a small amount of

laundry soap. Wash and dry separately. Wash separately for the first few washes.

The kids are learning music each day as a part of camp. They will perform these song on Friday! Today they learned "God Bless America." Feel free to go to our Camp Resources tab to find audio tracks and lyrics for the songs we are learning. (The lyrics will show up if you click the music note by each song.)

Thank you so much for your participation! We had a successful first day and are looking forward to more fun as the week goes on!

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