Olympic Thursday

It was our last full day of camp this week and so we crammed as much goodness as we could possibly cram into a day! 

It was a great day to have an archery/throwing tomahawk/slingshot competition canoe around the lake play sports go fishing and go swimming. The drama group and dance groups were busy with last minute rehearsal for the talent show and outdoor adventures were building fires and learning how to survive!

Before lunch we compteted in a few more Olympic challenges- building towers out of marshmallows and noodles cookie on the face challege (who can get it from their forehead to their mouth most quickly) simon sez and balloon in the air challenge. Cabins earned spirit points for winning competitions but also for cheering and supporting each other (and other cabins). It was a good day for the CYC Olympics!

After dinner cabins headed to the Friendship Circle to watch the FANTASTIC talent show! There were skits dances singing groups jokes and it was amazing to see how much talent our campers and staff have! Afterwards we headed to the chapel for our closing Praise and Worship. Since it is the last of the week we did things a little different. Our ‘C’ of the day is COMMUNITY and we talked about all of the people (campers staff parents volunteers donors alumni) who go into making CYC such a strong community. There are other camps out there with similar activities but none can compare to us because we are a community based in faith that comes together to have fun make friends and connect through our shared love of God. 

What an amazing day!

"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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