Peace Camp 2017
TAKING CARE OF OUR COMMON HOME
June 5-9, 2017 * 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM each day
St. John’s Lutheran Church * 665 St. John’s Road * Littlestown, PA
OPEN TO CHILDREN AGES 6 TO 12 *
TEENS MAY APPLY TO SERVE AS JR COUNSELORS
First time campers will be given registration priority.
Peace Camp is a free summer camp program. This year’s camp focuses on the environment. Through interactive games, crafts, music, stories, food, and meditation, participants will spend their days focusing on ways to take care of our common home.
This year’s Director is Tania Reyes. Campers will learn about:
- insects and pollinators
- recycling and composting
- healthy living
- biodiversity, which includes a special webcast by a scientist from the Smithsonian
Donations are always welcome. We suggest a donation of $35 per family to help us cover costs; however, no child will be excluded from Peace Camp for financial reasons.
Students ages 16+ and Parents are needed as Teachers and Volunteers. Children with special needs may be accompanied by a sign language translator, TSS, or other adult helper. We ask children to pack a brown bag lunch for each day.
Questions? Call (717) 334-0752 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the Registration Form Here and mail along with the registration fee (payable to ICPJ) to:
Peace Camp, c/o ICPJ, PO Box 3134, Gettysburg, PA 17325.