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Dear Parents and Camper;
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Online registration is closed at this time. There are a few openings for 1st week.
 
Please contact our registrar Judy Johnson via our online form.
 
Thank you, we look forward to seeing you at camp this year.
Debbie Morris

It’s Not Easy Being Green:  June 8 - 14, 2014

 

Whether it’s Kermit the frog lamenting his color through song or the Grinch regrettably standing out in a crowd, it sure isn’t easy being green! Get ready to GO GREEN this summer at camp. You’ll be sure to sing about the “leafy-greenly spirit of trees,” come face-to-face with the Green Monster, and maybe even get to taste some green eggs and ham.

 

 

True Clues: June 15 - 21, 2014

 

What can you infer from a dusty guitar, a  newly packaged bag of wood shavings, and a worn-out orange T-shirt? It’s almost time for camp again! This summer you may be surprised to discover some mysterious happenings surrounding our camp site. We will need your help to fish for the clues to help us solve the mysteries - only be careful not to catch any red herrings along the way. So pack your magnifying glass and detective cap and prepare to root out the mysteries!

 

 "So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live in him, rooted and built up in him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness."      Colossians 2:6-7

NeKaMo Camp is a non-denominational Christian camp for girls in 2nd to 12th grades.  We provide a positive, supervised environment where girls can learn new skills, develop confidence, build new friendships, grow in faith, form lifetime memories and have lots of FUN!

Established in 1965, NeKaMo Camp is accredited by the American Camp Association and is a member of the Association of Cedarbrook Camps.  NeKaMo’s program emphasizes skillbuilding, creativity, respect for others, nature appreciation, and a recognition that Jesus Christ affects every aspect of life

At NeKaMo campers live in small groups of 6 to 8 with a counselor and participate in individually-chosen activities each morning and afternoon.  Each cabin group begins the day with Bible Exploration led by the counselor.  After the evening activity, campers gather around the campfire for singing and devotions.

A two-year Camper in Leadership Training program provides high school girls a unique opportunity to develop leadership skills they can use throughout their lives.