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Refreshed Family Camp 2018

REFRESHED FAMILIES Camp web

July 29-August 1, 2018
Refreshed Family Camp at Warm Beach Camp provides foster and adoptive families a time and place to find refreshment by drawing closer to God and each other. The schedule is relaxed with a nice variety of options, and blend of age level and family experiences.

It’s an awesome family experience!

Activities

2018 Theme: Wild & Free

For kids, and adults alike, Family Camp offers some memorable activities that keeps people coming back every summer.
You’ll have opportunities to experience:

  • Swimming
  • Miniature Golf, Disc Golf*
  • High Ropes Course*
  • Climbing Tower*
  • Train Rides
  • Volleyball, softball, basketball and tennis
  • Hiking
  • BB Guns & Archery
  • Family Field Day
  • and more!
    * Extra Fee

NEW PRICING STRUCTURE | It’s easy as 1, 2, 3!
Lodging Fee +  Per-person Program Fees =  Total Camp Cost

See 2018 Pricing

Register Now

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Jason & Alison Morriss

Jason and Alison are pastors at Austin New Church, a missional United Methodist Congregation in the cultural heart of Austin, Texas. Together they lead an open (non-church based) support group for foster and adoptive parents in south Austin. Alison was the former director of Safe Families of Texas, and now teaches yoga. Jason travels and speaks both in and out of the local church. He is one of the founding organizers of the Road Trip annual retreat for foster & adoptive dads. Jason and Alison have five daughters ranging in age from 20 to 10.

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Choose lodging options for your family
Full time registrants are given priority in housing assignments. Linens are not included (except where noted), linen packs are available in other lodging $12 per pack.

A. Full-Time Options Price
Full-time Lodging/Rooms
available with meals only
DELUXE

  • Olympic View Lodge – Each room has a queen bed, two day beds, private bath. Linens included.
  • Mt. Baker Cabins – Each cabin has 4 rooms. The rooms have a queen bed, four bunks, a private bath.
$371 per room/per family
STANDARD

  • Cascadian Lodge – Each room has a queen bed, two day beds, sink/mirror. Central baths in each wing of the lodge.
$298 per room/per family
Full-time Super Economy
available with or without meals
RV and Camping Area – Water and electricity at each site. Some full hook-ups. Central restrooms, showers, and laundry. $158 per site/per family
Commuter – Own site/private lot/cabin/home $36 per family

2. Choose per-person registration fees
Registration fee includes program, insurance and meals (optional) fees.

B. Per-person Program Options Price
Program and Meals Fees
available for all lodging options
Campers ages 5+ $177 per person
Campers ages 0-4 $39 per person
Program Fees (No Meals)
available for super economy options only
Campers ages 5+ $78 per person
Campers ages 0-4 $39 per person
C. Optional Items
Price
Linen Set
$12 per person

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2018 Refreshed Family Camp Schedule

July 29-August 1, 2018

Schedule subject to change

Sunday – July 29
4:00pm Guest Registration & Check-In
4:00-7:00pm Rereation Tickets for Sale – Cedar Lodge Lobby
5:00-6:30pm Dinner Buffet
7:00-7:30pm Kick-off Family Session – Camp Orientation. All ages in Program Center Auditorium.
7:30-8:30pm Children’s Program Classroom Open House
Youth gathering in Maple Center
8:30pm Family Sweet Treat & Fellowship
9:00-10:30pm Night Swim, Mini-golf, Kids Movie Night, Adult Fellowship Time
Monday – July 30
7:00-8:15am Yoga – Olympic View, Lower Meeting Room
7:30-9:00am Breakfast Buffet
9:15-11:45am Morning Session:
– Children & Youth Programs (Nursery-High School)
– Adult Program with Jason Morriss
11:45am Lunch Buffet
1:00pm All Camp Photo (wear your camp shirt) – in front of Cedar Lodge
2:00-4:00pm Family Field Day (organized games and activities) – in front of Cedar Lodge
2:00-5:00pm Open Recreation
Swimming, Mini Golf*, Disc Golf, High Ropes Course*, Climbing Tower*, Volleyball, Hiking, Horseback Trail Rides*, Carpet Ball, Canoes* (tide dependent)
* Extra Fee
5:00-6:30pm Picnic Dinner – outside at Cedar Lodge Courtyard (weather permitting)
6:45-8:45pm Children’s Program (Infant – age 9)
7:00-8:30pm Evening Session (ages 10-adult)
9:00pm Night Swim, Mini-golf, Campfire and S’mores
Tuesday – July 31
7:00-8:15am Yoga – Olympic View, Lower Meeting Room
7:30-9:00am Breakfast Buffet
9:15-11:45am Morning Session:
– Children & Youth Programs (Nursery-High School)
– Adult Program with Jason Morriss
11:45am Lunch Buffet
1:00pm Bike Decorating – Cedar Lodge Courtyard
1:30pm Bike Parade (includes scooters, pogo sticks, skateboards, etc.) – Cedar Lodge Courtyard
2:00-5:00pm Recreation Options
Swimming, Mini Golf*, Disc Golf, High Ropes Course*, Climbing Tower*, Volleyball, Hiking, Horseback Trail Rides*, Carpet Ball, Canoes* (tide dependent)
* Extra Fee
3:00pm Ultimate Frisbee – East Playfield
5:00-6:30pm Dinner Buffet
6:45-8:45pm Children’s Program (Infant – age 9)
7:00-8:30pm Evening Session (ages 10-adult)
9:00-10:30pm Dance Party, Swimming, Mini-golf
Wednesday – August 1
7:00-8:30am Breakfast Buffet
8:45-10:45am Children’s Program (Infant – age 5)
9:00-10:30am Closing Ceremonies (ages 6-adult)
11:00am Baptisms – at Pool

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Financial assistance is available. Contact the Registration Department for details:
Email  or call toll free 800-228-6724 x2282

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For More Information: email the Registration Department 
or call 360-652-7575 / 800-228-6724 toll free during office hours 8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday-Friday.

Children’s Program Volunteers Needed: you can be part of the team! Consider being a classroom helper for one or more sessions. Receive a discount on your Family Camp registration fee when you help full time in either the morning or evening. Contact our Family Camp Coordinator for more details.

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