Bliss Summit Bible Camp
CAMP UPDATE – Summer 2020
Ok, NYS has canceled ALL overnight camps for this summer 🙁
So – We will be operating as a DAY CAMP! What does this mean?
Sunday – We will still have a time of registration & meeting counselors on Sunday afternoon (watch your email for time details as the week gets closer). During this time, we will take care of any paperwork/payment and do a Pre-week health screening.
Monday -Friday – Drop off window will be from 7:30am –9:00am each morning. When you arrive, please wait near your vehicle for your turn to have your camper go through the morning health screening. We will then direct your child to wash their hands and they will be sent to the Dining Hall for breakfast once it is ready! J Counselors will be waiting for your camper to arrive! We will do our best to make this process as efficient as possible.
Monday – Thursday – Pick up will take place at 8pm. We will ask you to remain in/near your vehicle. Campers will be escorted towards the parking lot. We will come to you and have you sign your camper out for the evening. We will do our best to make this process as efficient as possible and ask that you do your best to arrive at 8pm.
Friday – Camp will still end at 3pm on Fridays. Again, we will ask you to remain in/near your vehicle and we will come to you to sign your camper out for the last time.
Pricing – We have already stated that everyone will receive the early registration discount of $35 this summer. In addition to this, we are giving $15 off to the first child in your family.
For example, if you send 3 children your cost will be as follows:
Camper 1 -$175
Camper 2 – $140
Camper 3 $140
If your camper is registered already and now, they will not be able to attend please let us know. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-322-9975
We greatly appreciate your patience with us as this style of camp is new to us and we are still sifting through State and county guidelines. Please have a discussion with your camper(s) about how this summer will look different than previous summers. Also, we ask that you talk to your camper about keeping their hands and germs to themselves (covering their cough/sneeze with their elbow), not sharing drinks (etc.), and doing their best to give each other space. I know this is a tough conversation for kids as they may not fully understand.