Thursday of Double Dare
Today has been such a fun day at Catholic Youth Camp. Our morning was full of fun activities. Following our first cabin activity, our entire camp gathered in Indian Point to turn our eyes to the stage for our CYC talent show. The list of campers signed up for the talent was so long, as our campers this week are so talented in song, dance, and skits. There was dances, songs, and some comedy as well! After that, we all gathered together in the chapel to celebrate mass as a community. Father McCabe from Goodhue joined us and it was a great way to come together.
Lunch was italian dunkers, caesar salad, fruit and salad.
At the end of the bead ceremony, campers were given the opportunity to add leaves onto our C Tree. Each leaf represented an act that revealed community, charity, courage, cooperation, or Christ here at camp. These acts were seen in campers throughout the week. This tradition gave campers the chance to offer thanks and love to their new friends, friends that played a role in bringing them closer to The Cross this week. The bead ceremony provided for a wonderful last evening together as we commemorated an amazing group of campers who will carry the legacy of CYC’s five Cs out into the world with them.
It’s been such an awesome first week and we are sad that the campers are leaving tomorrow. We are happy to still have a full morning ahead for many fun things!
Tomorrow our closing program will begin at 1:15. The bus will depart camp by 2:15 and should be back to Roseville around 5pm. Remember to leave your 4 legged friends at home when you come to pick up your camper! See you tomorrow!