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Friday of Week 10

Every year the Friday of Week 10 is one of those milestone days for us. It marks the end of a summer camp season which leaves us feeling a lot of different emotions. ...

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E-Learning Day Camp

This fall we will be offering Elearning Day Camp. This program will be offered a month at a time as long as we have sufficient numbers and we will keep you posted when you can register for the following month. ...

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A Parent’s Guide to Summer Camp Registration

Tomorrow is the big day ...

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Work Day Recap 2019

We have had 100-150 volunteers every year for 16 years. I know Manitoqua has been blessed with great volunteers. In that moment, watching this dad choose service over comfort, I experienced again just how blessed the ministry of Manitoqua is....

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What's With Cabins G & H Coming Down?

Today was a bittersweet day for us here at Camp Manitoqua. Cabins G & H, the first 30 beds on the girl's side of our grounds, came down today. In less than an hour, thirty bunk beds were demolished along with about 60 years of camp history. What once was a place where a camper laid their head down after putting their faith in Christ for the first time after the campfire du...

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2018 Fall Newsletter

In this issue of the Manitoqua Messenger, we open up our grounds beyond what we are most commonly known for - our summer camp. We talk about what has been happening with our year-round retreats, our outdoor education program, as well as some other exciting news around grounds....

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2018 Work Day Recap

You see, we have a great support system here at Manitoqua. We knew that if we couldn’t get the work on Saturday the 21st we could get the word to our supporters and ask them for help in May to finish and it would have been done. But as it stands, the temperatures warmed and we had a beautiful day for working on April 21st. The support of the volunteers accomplished gr...

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2016 Fall Newsletter

In this edition of theManitoqua Messenger, you will find the following articles: Phone Sick at Camp "Leaving for sleepaway camp is, for many children, a major step toward independence. Today, when cellphones keep parents and children in nearly constant contact, the fact that most camps have phone-free policies makes breaking away even more of a challenge." - Jill Harris ...

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Our Fixer Upper

We are looking for a group (or groups) to come out and replace deck boards, do some deck repair, sand down some rough edges, and put a nice coat of stain on the deck, railings, and benches....

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A Summer of Abiding

Our summer camp theme for this year is Abide. It is our goal as a ministry to teach our campers what it means for us as Christians to be obedient to Christ's call to abide in Him....

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