2014: a beautiful summer reviewed

Hi everyone,

Our fall fund letter gives a general overview of the 2014 season, the camp’s needs going forward, and a wonderful compliment from a first-timer. Take a look. Fund letter 2014 fall

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2014 Family Camp talks

Hello everyone,

Click the link below to listen to or download Daniel Howe’s talks from 2014 on How to Thrive When Nobody Likes You: Faith in the Northeast and Canada.

http://www.sermonaudio.com/search.asp?seriesOnly=true&currSection=sermonstopic&sourceid=christrpc&keyword=White+Lake+Family+Camp+2014&keyworddesc=White+Lake+Family+Camp+2014

Upcoming events!

YMCS youth retreat for ages 14-18, Peter Robson speaking: September 12-14. Contact Chris Goerner for more information at cggoerner@hotmail.com.

White Lake Board meeting: September 20 at 1 PM.

White Lake Work Weekend: October 10-12.

2015 Kids and Teen Camp: July 25-31.

2015 Family Camp: July 31-August 7.

Camp dates

White Lake Covenanter Camp has been providing a Christian camp experience since 1917. Our aim is to provide a God honoring summer camp experience for kids and families. Join us this summer and enjoy Christian teaching that has real content, Christian fellowship that lasts through the year, and the kind of fun summer camps are known for.

White Lake is a joint ministry of the Atlantic and St. Lawrence Presbyteries of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America.

Kids and Teen Camp: Saturday July 26-Friday August 1. $240 first child, $216 additional children. Register by sending the health form to Bob Allmond by July 11.

Family Camp: Friday August 1-Friday August 8. Register with Sharon Robson. See attached form for cost.

Work weekend and board meeting

Hello everyone,

It’s snowy now, but work weekend is coming up! Saturday May 17 we open the camp, rebuild a ramp, perhaps move a fridge — there’s plenty to do! You can arrive Friday night and spend the whole day opening up! Board meeting at 4:30 Saturday afternoon. Contact John Edgar and Peter Robson and let us know you’re coming — a better count makes for better preparation and a more useful day.