Jan
01
2015

Camp Rules

Written by Webmaster Last Updated (31 March 2016)
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Dear Campers & Parents,
 
We are excitedly anticipating our 74th year of Conservation Camp. As always, our goals are to help each child develop skills in conservation, teamwork, leadership, sportsmanship and an awareness of the outdoors. In order for us to provide for the safety and well-being of our campers while we work to accomplish these goals, we have the following rules:
 
  • Campers must be 9-14 years old – they must have had their 9th birthday and not yet reached their 15th.
     
  • Registration forms and the $200.00 camper’s fee must be returned ONLY to C.O. Mollenhour Conservation Camp, Camp Registration, PO BOX 1366, Warsaw, IN 46580. The camp is limited to the first 80 registrations. We operate on a first come, first serve basis, please get your registrations in early. Boy's camp fills up fast.
     
    Payment must be made upon registration. If an organization or individual other than a parent or guardian is sponsoring a camper, a check or a letter from the sponsor with the sponsor’s name and phone number included MUST accompany the registration form.
     
  • Check-in will begin at 2:30 P.M. on Sunday. Please – no early check-in’s!
     
  • No camper will be admitted without a signed “Consent for Medical Treatment” form on file to be turned in at registration.
     
  • The camp Director should be informed if any child has special needs so that consideration can be made towards those needs. To contact campers, (EMERGENCY ONLY!!) 1-260-352-2367.
     
  • If there is a valid reason that a camper must leave or be visited by parents during this week, special arrangements need to be made with the Camp Director during the check-in time. Should an emergency arise during the week, please call the camp to inform the director of your needs. Separation of the child from the parent is part of the camp experience.
     
  • Each camper is to provide a sleeping bag, pillow, extra blankets, extra towels, toilet articles, insect repellent, sun screen, flashlight, bathing trunks, one piece swim suits (girls), clothing for five days and rain gear. Flip-flops are to be worn to and from the showers ONLY!!!!! Athletic equipment or fishing gear may be brought to camp, but the camper must assume full responsibility for these items. The camp cannot be responsible for lost or stolen items. Please make sure all items are marked with your child’s name.
     
  • DO NOT BRING BLOW DRYERS, VIDEO GAMES, RADIOS, KNIVES, POP, MONEY OR FOOD. Please do not send items of value with your child.
     
  • Swimming is only allowed during specified times and under the supervision of a lifeguard. (We use the “buddy system” as an additional safety measure.)
     
  • Each camper is expected to help keep the camp clean and in working order as well as cooperate with counselors, other staff and fellow campers. Any damage to camp property will be the responsibility of the camper’s parent or guardian.
     
  • We will make every effort to make each camper’s stay an enjoyable one, but cooperation is very important. The Camp Director reserves the right to send a camper home at the parents expense, if they become unmanageable.
     
  • Rules for acceptance and participation in the program is the same for everyone without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, disability or national origin. Any person who believes he has been discriminated against in any USDA-related activity should write to: Secretary of Agriculture Washington, DC 20250.
     
  • THE AWARDS CEREMONY AND PICK-UP WILL BE ON FRIDAY AT 6:00 P.M. SHARP! There will be no dinner served Friday evening. PLEASE BE PROMPT.
     
  • Camp DVD’s will be made with pictures taken through out the week—they are $10.00—we will mail them to you. Please pay at pick-up.