Camp Affects Lives; Start Planning for 2018
Now is the time to think about being part of the Camp Mount Luther’s summer programs in the coming year. The brochure for Summer 2018 has just been published to the camp’s website (www.campmountluther.org) in the summer camp section.
Chad Hershberger, Executive Director of Camp Mount Luther, says this summer is shaping up to be one that affects even more campers’ lives.
“At Mount Luther, you’ll make new friends and get unplugged from home, focusing on developing life-long relationships. We do this through small group camping, where a cabin of boys and their counselor works with a cabin of girls and their counselor and forms a tight-knit community for the week. Our well-trained college-age staff and volunteer chaplains serve as role models. You live and play outside, eat good meals, get good rest, and use leisure time effectively. We are excited that again in 2018 we will be in many Lutheran congregations of this area, providing day camp programming in local congregations as we bring the camp experience to your neighborhood. I hope everyone takes advantage of all that Mount Luther has to offer in the coming year, as they grow with God and serve with smiles!” Hershberger said.
This year’s summer camp season will begin on June 17 and run until August 16. There are programs for all ages from preschool to senior high, and for adults and families. Camp Mount Luther is a special place where kids and families come together to grow with God and serve with smiles! Camp provides a safe place for people of all ages to relax and unwind in nature, discover God’s love, sing around the campfire, learn more about themselves, and make new friends while at the same time being renewed in mind and spirit.