Right now we have a spot open in our Florida Keys Sailing Adventure trip! This trip is one of our most popular adventures. Many years you have to sign up over a year ahead of time to be make sure you get a spot. If you or your camper is 13-17 years old and haven’t yet settled on what to do between June 24 and July 4 this summer, you might want to jump on this great opportunity. It’s always a once-in-a-lifetime adventure!
Our yearly Horse Pack Trip (which requires 2 years of Equestrian Camp experience) also has openings. This year it will be taking place from August 1-8. You can register for both of these trips right now using our online registration system.
It’s only about two months or so until Summer Camp starts! Isn’t it amazing how fast the time goes back. Every day we’re getting a little bit more prepared, working to make 2009 the best Camp Tecumseh Summer Camp ever!
Are you getting ready for it too? To help all of us along as we prepare, here is our new mp3 release. This one is from Summer Camp 2007. Enjoy!
Download link: Blessed Be Your Name, Week 2, 2007
We are inviting returning and prospective Day Campers and their families to come to camp on Sunday, April 19 from 2:00-6:00 pm. We’ll have tractor hayrides giving tours around camp, we’ll have a campfire with marshmallows to roast, and several of our counselors, both new and returning, will be on hand to meet campers and parents and help you get to know camp a little more. We’ll also open up the Black Hole, Mt. Wood and Archery for the kids and adults to try out with our staff’s help.
Joel (the Day Camp Director) and Christa (the Day Camp Registrar) will be there as well to answer any questions that you might have and to help you get signed up for camp.
If you have any questions prior to the event, please call 765-564-2898 and ask for Joel, or leave a message at extension 309 and we’ll return your call as soon as possible.
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The arrival of spring means lots of things from the budding of trees, robins in the air, and, at the mini-farm, the arrival of baby cows! Last year, we were blessed to partner with a local farmer to foster newborn calves and raise them in our mini-farm until they grew too big. Now that more groups are arriving, we were fortunate to adopt “Thunder” and “Jack” and boy are they are excited to be here. “Jack” is a Brown Swiss and “Thunder” is a Holstein. We are still bottle feeding them and a recent school group was able to help feed them one morning. They found out it is a very sticky adventure and that calves are super excited about eating! They are already very friendly and will be great additions to the mini-farm during their stay here.