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2019 Junior ROAR Camp (4-5 years old)

Experience our new and improved Junior ROAR Camp! Campers will be able to experience a small taste of what it is like to play sports. This age is very important to us and we are VERY excited to have them part of camp. During their time with us, they will be able to do Art, Dance, Soccer, Basketball, and will have a ton of fun! Campers will not be picking a specific sport in JR ROAR as each day they will experience something different and fun. This group will have water day activities on Wednesday, watch Veggie Tales, and so much more. JR ROAR Campers will get Bible teaching each day along with being a part of our camp assembly.

Junior ROAR Campers must be 4 years old by May 1st, 2019.

2019 Day Camp (Rising 1st-6th graders)

Here at ROAR, we absolutely LOVE summer camp! It’s the best time of the year!  ROAR Summer Camps will be providing a wide range of specialties (sports and other things) for 1st- 6th graders that will add to your campers experience. ROAR is excited to bring back both baseball & ultimate frisbee specialties this summer! Check out all the details below to get more information for your child!

ROAR is not just a place to learn about sports but it is a place to have fun! Along with all the kids learning about each specialty, ROAR will be integrating Alpha/Omega Games which will add a level of competition. All campers will be divided up into either an Alpha Team or an Omega Team. All campers will play in non-traditional games like dodgeball, around the wagon, and so much more as they are at camp!

Click HERE to see the Camp Specialties available to this age group

CIT (Rising 7th and 8th Grade)

Leadership Development Level I

The ROAR CIT (Counselor in Training) program is a development opportunity for 7th and 8th graders lead by ROAR Summer leadership and staff. CIT’s will be challenged to grow as leaders while development the skill, knowledge, and Christ-like character for what it means to be a ROAR Summer Counselor.

The CIT program is broken down into three parts: One Day Training, Camp Experience, and Camp Support. Each is designed to equip participants with the knowledge, skill and character needed to be one of ROAR Summer Camps finest counselors.

One Day Training:  Thursday, June 6th from 1:00-5:30 pm in the Youth Room at Westminster Church.  There will be a parent meeting at 5:00 pm

Camp Experience:  CIT’s will experience the camp environment during the same camp hours as all campers.   They will have a devotion/bible time and a leadership training session.  CIT hours will be 8am-1pm.

Camp Support:  CIT’s will be put in positions of Camp Support.  They will learn the ins and outs of setting up and breaking down camp activities, assisting counselors in their duties with the campers, and will be utilized for various other needs that may come up during the camp day.

Tuition: $69 per week ($10 late fee after May 1)

Tuition Includes: One T-shirt per person. Shirt to be worn on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday.

Registration: Online Registration for CIT program will start on Thursday, February 1st 2019. An instant confirmation will be sent to you by email following completion.  No other application is necessary.

Clothing: CIT’s should come ready to play hard, have fun, and learn. No sandals of any kind, only closed toe shoes

Parent Meeting: A CIT Parent meeting will take place on Thursday, June 6th at 5:00 pm. At least one parent must attend this 30 minute meeting to help ROAR with expectations of the CIT participant.

 

 

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