Dates – June 30 to July 6, 2018
Age – Grades 7 through 9
Speaker – John Pruzina, Dean of Students at Eastbrook Academy, former Pastor and Fort Friend (see more below)
Location – Adventure Outpost
$596 $566 Save $30 through Feb 28th!
Scholarships Available: call Jackie at 715.277.2587!
Tracks – Choose between 3 tracks for the week (included in cost): Horsemanship or Adventure.
Registration – Register Online, Mail in this form or call the office at 715.277.2587 or 800.338.3678.
Other Required Registration Documents – Youth Camp Liability Release Form, Youth Camp Health History Form, If camper has food allergies: Youth Camp Food Allergy Form
First time camper? – Read our Frequently Asked Questions! Don't forget to invite a friend and request them as a cabin mate on your registration form!
Does your young person want to dive deeper into Horses, Art or 5 Day Adventure Track Program. Built to Live is where up to 30 Junior Highers learn a lot about one subject in a small group setting. Trained teachers and campers interact on a deeper level. Questions are encouraged and flow naturally. The day winds down with Bible teaching and discussion, a campfire and other fun as all three groups come together. Limited to 30.
About our Speaker: John Pruzina
John Pruzina emigrated from the Czech Republic to the US as a child. His family’s heroic story is one of adventure, intrigue, challenge, and victory. John spent 21 years in church ministry, and is currently serving as Dean of Students at Eastbrook Academy in Milwaukee, WI.
A 22 marathon runner, John has taken the opportunity to witness to and disciple at various times. John has spoken nationally and internationally in places such as the Czech Republic, India, Northern Ireland, and Ecuador. He speaks at youth retreats, men’s conferences and family camps along with his wife, Anne. John is a Moody Bible Institute graduate and currently enrolled at International Theological Seminary. His passion is evangelism and discipleship as he shares Jesus in various settings and venues. John enjoys running, motorcycles and camping. He has been married to his wife Anne for 27 years and they have two married sons and a daughter who is currently studying theology at Belfast Bible College in Northern Ireland.
We welcome your family to drive your child up to Fort, take a tour and meet your counselor. You may also utilize our transportation. It is available for our summer youth programs, with pickups on opening Saturday and drop-offs on closing Friday of camp. We use a coach bus and/or vans, all chaperoned by trained Fort Staff.
Cost: +$TBD Round Trip / +$TBD One Way
Basic Camp Schedule
|Opening Day||1:30 – 3:00 Arrive by bus, van or carpool. Meet your counselor and cabin mates. Move in. Take Swim and Horse Tests. First Dinner. First all camp activity|
|Day 2 to last full day of camp||Breakfast.
Service Time. Sign up for staff-led activities and adventures: swim, craft shop, archery, field games, horses*, nature classes, team building, goodies store*, and so much more. Morning Session and Cabin Time.
*some extra cost
Lunch. Staff-led activities.
Dinner. Nightly group activity, Group Session and campfire.
|Last Day||Pack up, Breakfast and Check out into Fort Transportation or Parent Pick-up.|
Cancellation Policy: The $100 registration deposit is non-refundable. Any fees paid above the deposits are refundable.