Tuesday of Double Dare

Today was such a great day!

We began the day with polar bear plunge and then it was time for breakfast (waffles and bacon).

Morning chapel was next (charity was the ‘C’ of the day) and then an hour of cabin activities. Cabins were canoeing, playing sports, working on arts and crafts, fishing, and swimming. Then we did a super fun all camp activity that involved campers completing crazy challenges like unraveling a frozen tee shirt, moving an oreo from their foreheads to their mouths, reaching into booger boulevard (giant paper mache noses) to retrieve a hidden object, and other crazy things. It was like the show Double Dare came to life at CYC! And finally, half of the cabins went to tie dye tee shirts and paint cabin flags while the other half headed to the beach for a rockin’ beach party! It was a great day to swim and play! It was a FULL morning!

Lunch was hot dogs, mac and cheese, and green beans. Then it was off to our cabins for some rest time.

This afternoon was gorgeous sunny and a perfect day at camp. Canoers were out and about and drama was getting their act ready for the talent show. Archery was aiming, paddle boarders were paddling, and swimmers were swimming! It was a busy day!

Dinner was chicken fajitas, black beans and spanish rice.

But the fun wasn’t over yet! After prime time (which includes games, camp store time, hanging out in the sky chairs, etc), it was time to head to the Friendship Circle for a campfire! We sang tons of songs each cabin performed their cabin cheer and then we made some yummy s’mores! After everyone had enjoyed a s’more, counselors put on some awesome counselor skits that were hilarious! It was lots of fun!

After that it was time to raise the roof in praise and worship- singing so loud you could probably hear us across the lake!

It was a great day at camp!!

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"What camp means to me is learning about God, making friends and having fun. But the most important thing is being yourself. We have lots of fun at camp. The counselors are great, the friends are nice, the themes are awesome, and the games rule! When I grow too old to come to camp I want to be a camp counselor, but for now, I will enjoy the fun at camp. See you this year!" - Josh

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