Pre Registration Form

Mail to:  Rev. David Cote, PO Box 372,  Limestone, ME  04750

PRE-REGISTRATION FOR VBC 2017  (due May 22nd)

 I want to register my child, ___________________________________________ who is in Grade ________ this year, to participate in the Vacation Bible Camp to be held at “Sanctuary” in Caswell from June 26th to June 30th, 2017.  I understand that this is a day camp, and that the children will be picked up at the St. Bruno-St. Remi Church parking lot at 9:00 A.M. and transported in private vehicles to Franck Road in Caswell.  They will be returned in the same manner by 5:00 P.M. to be picked up by a parent or by a person authorized in writing by the parent.

I further understand that once this pre-registration form is received, I will get a copy of the “Consent and Release from Liability” and “”Medical Information and Emergency Contact Information and Permission for Emergency Medical Treatment” forms.  These must be completed, signed and returned by May 22nd.

Our family will have ____________ adults and _________ children attending the Family Night on Friday, June 30th from 5:15 to about 7:00.

Parent/Guardian Signature: _______________________________________________

Mailing Address:  _________________________________________________________

Telephone(s):   ____________________________________________________________

 

Activities at VBC 2017 (June 26 to June 30)

During the Vacation Bible Camp week, campers are grouped by grade level. They spend about two hours in the morning with our volunteer catechists in the cabins working on bible stories: reading, engaging in interpretative crafts, and applying the lessons to their daily lives. This year our emphasis is on caring for God’s earth and its people. Each morning there is a snack and a couple of short breaks. Before lunch the groups gather together to summarize the morning’s activities, and then head off for lunch at the picnic tables. After lunch, prepared by our kitchen crew, the afternoon activities begin. There are arts and crafts, swimming in the above ground pool (with a certified lifeguard), volleyball, tetherball, tug of war, the water slides (one big, and a couple of smaller ones), swings and slides, hikes on the trails, nature walks, bottle rockets, basketball and a few other activities. The activities are supervised by adult volunteers and high school students, and a nurse or EMT is on site during each day.

At the end of the week, on Friday evening, there is a cookout for all our campers and their families.

If you have comments or suggestions, please use the contact form below to get them to us  (or you can e-mail me at davidcote@earthlink.net)