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CWJTA Camps Are Coming!

staff_jc.jpg Don't miss out on this great opportunity for training. There are camps for all kinds of interests and advancement levels.

This year the Camp Wilderness Ranger Academy is offering.

 

 

To read a brief detail about the camp click here to view.

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Camps are Nov 30-Dec 3rd 2017 and the postmark deadline is November 16.  The deadline is approaching fast so start promoting this camp to your boys today!    If you or someone you know is interested in serving on staff for this event..please contact Robert Hutcheson

 

Junior Missions Camp (JMC)

 

Junior Missions Camp (JMC) prepares the boys for home and world missions construction projects. Boys must have attended an Advanced JTC and have completed the ninth grade. Classes range from building walls to witnessing. Witnessing skills are taught and put to use in a visit to a local community or another ministry opportunity. Boys are taught fundamental construction skills to enable them to attend a missions trip.

THE CAMP IS AUGUST 3-6, 2017

DEAD LINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS JULY 10TH.  THE CAMP IS $95.00
Leaders, Want to Serve on CWJTA staff? Staff Application
For all camp related questions please contact Robert Hutcheson

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