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Camper NameBirthdateParents NameDay PhoneAddressNight PhoneCityStateZipFamily DoctorDr. Phone #Is child currently on medications:YESNOIf YES, list medications and instructions on aseparate sheet of paper and give to camp nurse.
State requires all medications must be in original containers.
If there are over-the-counter medications that you DONOTwish your child to take, pleaseinform the camp nurse when you register at camp. Aspirin will NOTbe given to campers.AllergiesDate of last Tetanus Booster Please list any health or physical limitations:Medical Insurance Carrier Members NamePolicy #
I authorize Scenic Hills Christian Camp to take anduse any photographs, slides and video tapes of thecamper named on this application as may be need-ed for its records or public relations programs. In theevent of a medical emergency, I give permission for a representative of Scenic Hills Christian Camp tosecure proper treatment for my child named herein.I understand that every effort will be made to contactme in case of such emergency before any suchmedical treatment is administered. I will not holdScenic Hills Christian Camp or its staff, manage-ment or officers responsible for any illness or acci-dent that may occur.
I understand camp insurance is secondary.
/ / 10Parent or Legal GuardianDate
‘Shaping Lives for Christ’
Scenic Hills Christian Camp is located on 80 beautiful acres seven miles east of Mitchell, Indiana. The camp is owned and operatedby several non-denominational Christian churches in southern Indiana.The purpose of Scenic Hills Christian Camp is to provide a Christ-centered program in a natural setting which integrates spiritualand personal development by emphasizing evangelism, discipleship, skill development and a deep appreciation of God’s creation.At Scenic Hills, campers learn to appreciate others whose abilities, temperaments and backgrounds are different from their own.Many friendships formed at camp last for a lifetime.Because we are a Christian camp does not mean that only Christians can attend. It does mean that Christian values are taught here.We see ourselves as a supporting organization to the Christian educational needs of our area churches. Scenic Hills attempts to blend thegoals of the church, the parents, and the child into a unified program. We provide Bible-based study and worship, we help the childdiscover appropriate responses to many social and family issues, and we provide an atmosphere of controlled fun. We offer a wide varietyof programming styles.Our facilities are available for year round use. They include modern dormitories, dining hall, chapel, shelters for teaching orpicnicking, snack shack, swimming pool, and opportunities for games of many kinds. In addition to our camp sponsored summerprograms, our facilities may be reserved for retreats, family or class reunions, birthday parties, Sunday School class get-togethers, etc.We sincerely hope we can partner with you in the training of your child. While our fees are low and cover less than 50% of actual cost,we realize finances still may be a problem for some families. Your church may have a scholarship program. We do not want finances tostand in a child’s way of a great Christian camping experience. Please feel free to discuss your specific need with our camp manager at(812) 849-CAMP.
For the safety of all campers, to discour-age homesickness and to keep the con-tinuity of the session for campers, allnon-registered youth and parents arediscouraged from visiting the camp dur-ing their child’s program. Please phonethe camp if you are concerned about acamper. If you must visit, upon arrivalyou will be required to check-in withthe camp manager or dean. Please coop-erate with these and other camp policiesfor the safety and well being of eachcamper.
Agroup picture will be taken at eachcamp session. Every camper willreceive a picture at no extra cost.
Each dean will select a missionfor his/her program. Campersand counselors are encouragedto bring money for the mission-aries represented at their campsession.To keep younger chil-dren from losing money, youmay deposit their mission offer-ing in the ‘mission bank’in theregistration area.
BibleSoapNotebookDeodorantPencilShampooSheets & blanketsToothbrush/toothpaste(or sleeping bag)Comb/brushPillowModest swimsuitTowelsJacketWashclothsCameraStationeryFlashlightEnvelopesInsect repellantPostcardsPlay clothes
StampsOld shoesPlastic bag for dirty clothes
Primary Sleepover campers may bringfloaties for swimming
Agreat deal of time and preparationis involved in planning the campprogram for your child. Camperswho arrive late, leave during theweek, or leave early, can be a dis-traction to the total program. Pleaserespect the dean, counselors, campstaff and other campers by seeing toit that your child is present
 for theentire camp program.
I think youwill agree that few things are moreimportant than having your child ina Christian environment and learn-ing about the principles of God.Please plan ahead and see to it thatyour child is present for the wholecamp program.
Campers will need extra money for the Camp Store. All purchases are optional. Mostsnack items are $.50-$.75. Camp T-shirts are $10 or less. The camp store is normally opentwice daily during most sessions. To keep younger campers from losing money, canteencards will be available for purchase at the store and registration table when you arrive.
Primary SleepoverI
(Grades 1-3) – Jennifer Coward is the Program Director for this camp. Jennifer is Director of Early ChildhoodMinistries at Eastside Christian Church inJeffersonville, IN. This is Jennifer’s second year of directing PS I. She had an awesomeprogram last year and is working hard on this year’s too.
Primary SleepoverII
(Grades 1-3) – Heather Unger is the Program Director for this camp. Heather is a teacher with the PaoliCommunity Schools. Her husband, Yancy, is the minister at Fishing Creek Chapel Christian Church near Mitchell, IN. She co-directedPS II last year and has volunteered at several camp programs in the past.
(Grades 3-5) – Jolinda Jones and Chris Wells from Lincoln Hills Christian Church in Corydon, IN are the Program Directorsfor this week. Jolinda is the Children’s Director at Lincoln Hills. Chris is a youth volunteer at Lincoln Hills, a member of the Scenic HillsCamp Board and all around good guy. Jolinda and Chris have been directing this program for a few years now. They have always donean outstanding job. The theme they have chosen is ‘Dive.’The main topics for each day will be: “Are you ready?”, “Are you learning?”,“Are you leading?”, “Are you loving?”, and “Are you listening?” Those attending this program will be ‘diving in’to a lot of fun, learningand excitement.
(Grades 3-5) – Marsha Hancock is the Program Director for this week. Marsha is the Director of Elementary Ministries atEastside Christian Church in Jeffersonville, IN. Marsha has directed several programs here in the past. The theme for Junior II will be‘The Amazing Race.’The Bible verse, Hebrews 12:1, will be the main scripture for the week. The campers will learn that the Biblecompares their life to a race for which they must prepare. They will learn teamwork while completing daily challenges. Also, each camperwill receive a devotional booklet.
Middle School I
(Grades 6-8) – Chris Tanner is the Children’s & Youth Minister at theGeorgetown Christian Church in Georgetown, IN. Chris has been directing programs at ScenicHills for a few years. Chris has chosen the theme ‘Vintage Jesus’for MS I this year. At first glance,Jesus’resume is rather simple. He never traveled more than a few hundred miles form his home.He never held a political office, never wrote a book, never married, never had sex, never attendedcollege, never visited a big city, or never won a poker tournament. He died both homeless andpoor. Nonetheless, Jesus is the most famous person in all of human history.No army, nation, orperson has changed human history to the degree that Jesus, the homeless man, has.
Middle School II
(Grades 6-8) – Rennie Fish and Chris Austin are the Program Directors forthis week. Rennie is an elder and youth volunteer at the Mt. Pleasant Christian Church nearBedford, IN. He has been a PD for the past several years as well. Chris is the Youth Minister atMt. Pleasant. The theme for this program is ‘Avatar.’All the learning and activities will centeraround Revelation 22:1-2.
High School Week
(Grades 9-12) – Frank Spalding is again the ProgramDirector for our high school program. Frank is the Student Minister at theLincoln Hills Christian Church in Corydon, IN. This is Frank’s third year of directing this program. He attended many programs at Scenic Hills as acamper and now it’s great to have Frank as a leader in our programs. Frank has also chosen ‘Vintage Jesus’as the theme for this program. This will bean exciting week. Nothing is ever dull with Frank around!
Go east on state highway 60 toward Spring MillState Park. From the park entrance continue east1.3 miles. Turn left off of highway 60 ontoSportsman Club Road. Go 2 miles to a ‘T’. Turnright and go .7 mile to 4-way stop. Turn left andgo 1 mile to camp sign and gravel road. Turn rightand go .1 mile. Camp entrance is on the right.
Take state highway 60 west out of Salem. Go 13miles until you cross a railroad track. From theRR tracks go 2 miles and turn right on StoningtonRd. Go 1.5 miles to a 4-way stop. Go straight for1 mile. Turn right at camp sign and go .1 mile tocamp entrance.

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