This past week, Ron, Phil and Sharon attended the Christian Camp and Conference Association’s National Conference in Colorado Springs, CO. We had the opportunity to attend seminars/sessions and also worship with other camping people. It was a fun and restful time! We thought it would be a good idea to give you an idea of what we got to do while we were out there. Take a look!
It’s that time again; time to eat turkey, stuffing, and all the fixin’s! We hope you enjoy your time this weekend with your friends and family while you are away from school and work. Get some rest and take time to thank God for all the ways He has provided for you. Here’s our way of wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving!
As some of you may have read, Ridgecrest Summer Camps was involved in breaking the Guinness World Record for “Most People Sport Stacking at Multiple Locations in One Day” this past Thursday, Nov. 12. Last we saw, there were over 270,000 people signed up to participate. Well as we were stacking here in the office, we decided to have a competition of our own. For all of you thinking about what skills to take this summer, you should think about Speed Stacking (aka cup stacking). Try to beat our times!
We do get work done here in the office as opposed to what some of you may think. We hope you enjoy the entertainment we try to provide for you!
Ridgecrest Summer Camps is about to be involved in breaking a Guinness World Record! We are joining the WSSA Stack Up! team to beat the world record of “Most People Sport Stacking at Multiple Locations in One Day.” The event is being held this Thursday, Nov. 12. Ron has been pushing us hard to train and get ready for the event. Check it out!
Check back at the end of the week to see our involvement in breaking the world record!
Each session, our villages have the opportunity to take a trip out of camp. We’d love to show you just a few places they visited this summer.
Some that you did not see in the video include whitewater rafting on the Nantahala, tubing down Deep Creek, Sliding Rock, painting pottery, WNC Nature Center, ice skating, Upper and Lower Creek Falls, and more. It’s always a fun and exciting time at Camp Crestridge!
We added several new skills at Crestridge for 2009. Those included cooking, needlecraft, digital photography, mystery skill, outdoor games, and table games. They were a great addition to camp!
If you have any suggestions for summer 2010, you can comment below!