Mystery Wednesday!

 What a busy day at CYC!

There were so many things going on today! There were the usual great things like cabin activities and individual activities but also some exciting things that were just a little different than usual.

This morning the campers were busy with cabin activities like swimming dance outdoor adventures fishing and more! The Golden Olivia has been found and re-hidden several times- these campers are amazing detectives! 

Our ‘C’ of the day was Christ. Not only are we a community that PLAYS together we are a community that PRAYS together. Father Ben from St. John in Duluth joined us this afternoon and we took some time away from the crazy silly camp activities and celebrated Mass together. 

After dinner (BBQ pulled pork sandwiches!) campers went back into detective mode and had to go on a treasure hunt. Campers collected clues all around camp. At each station they gathered another piece of the map and also a different item (cups spoons straws napkins root beer). Once all items had been gathered and also all of the pieces of the map campers put the map together which lead them to Sweeney where they enjoyed root beer floats!

For our final activity of the evening we turned on the disco ball blasted the music and let loose at the FABULOUS dance party! And you better believe these kids can dance! 

Whew! Are you tired from reading all of that? We have had a JAM PACKED day of fun! 

Have you been on our Pinterest Board yet? Check out lots of great articles about the benefit of camp-

https://pinterest.com/cyc1947/the-benefit-of-camp/

"CYC is a great place to have fun, make friends, and share your faith. At camp, you can make a new friend almost anywhere like during activities, around the campfire, or in your cabin. If you get homesick, you’ll have nice friends and understanding counselors to help you out. You won’t need to worry about it too much because you’ll be having fun all day. No matter where you are, fishing, swimming, or playing soccer, you’ll be having a great time. CYC rocks!" - Joe

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