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Sports Camp (Ages 7-15) | June 26 - July 1
Sports Camp is a great opportunity for children to focus on various sports such as basketball, soccer, volleyball and swimming. The goal of this week is to promote good sportsmanship, teamwork and physical fitness. This camp is for children from the Corps and the community. Please bring proper attire.
Salvation Army Youth Camp (SAY) (Ages 7-12; 13-17) | July 10 - July 15
For campers actively involved in year-round Salvation Army youth programs?specifically Sunbeams, Girl Guards, Adventure Corps or Junior Soldiers. Campers will have the opportunity to learn new skills in a variety of subject areas by earning badges. In addition, they will enjoy campfires, inspiring worship services, swimming, organized recreational activities and arts and crafts.
All About Kids Camp (Ages 7-12) | July 24 - 28
All about Kids camp will focus on using fun and creative ways to minister the love of Jesus to the children. Campers stay in cabin groups (by age) spending their week experiencing all Camp Kuratli has to offer. Activities include swimming, creek walks, hikes, camp wide group games, evening campfires, daily chapels, craft and playground fun!
Music Conservatory (Ages 7-17) | July 17 - 28
Music Conservatory is a 12-day camp, put together by the Cascade Music Department, designed to help delegates go deeper in the Word through daily devotions, and in music through the various classes offered. They will be able to choose from brass band, guitar and piano. Electives will be offered as well and everyone will get a chance to sing! For delegates aged 15-17 a leadership track will be offered to help nurture young leaders at the corps level. The goal is to have live music in every corps in the Cascade Division.
Teen Adventure Camp (Ages 13-17) | July 17 - 22
Teen Adventure camp is a week long camp of high adventure with lots of fun with friends and peers. In this camp, specifically designed for teens, they will hear the message of God?s love in terms that are relatable to them. Teens will get away from the pressures of everyday life and will be immersed in the camp life, nature, and use outdoor elements and challenge activities such as the zip line, ropes course and climbing tower to explore themselves and their faith. Campers stay in cabin groups (by age). As well as spending their week experiencing all Camp Kuratli has to offer.
Contact your nearest Salvation Army to register to attend camp!