Camp Jubilee 2021
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August 1-5th, 2021 (COVID Contingent)
Camp Jubilee is a 5 day 4 night residential camp for individuals with mild to moderate intellectual and or developmental disabilities, ages 13 through adulthood. The week is packed with theatrical Bible lessons and singing, along with fun on-site activities including:
- Field Games
- Arts & Crafts
- Board Games & Puzzles
- Camp Fires
- Horseback Riding
- Talent Shows
The cost per camper is $350 ($300 + $50 deposit).
Due to the uncertainties of COVID, deposits for campers have been deferred and the total camper cost of $350 will be due by June 15, 2021.
We welcome campers with mild to moderate disabilities who have no severe behaviors and are between the ages 13 through adulthood. Completed applications are required for each camper to reserve their spot.
For scholarship opportunities, Camp Jubilee is recommending parents contact First in Families. Visit the link below to find the chapter serving in your area: http://fifnc.org/programs/local.html
At the Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Educational Center, located in Reidsville, North Carolina, our campers enjoy the sprawling 200 acre grounds complete with fields, forests, lakes and streams. As always, campers enjoy the Camp Jubilee experience of cabin living, cafeteria-style dining, special guests and our traditional Tuesday night talent show and Wednesday night campfire.
Campers are involved in fun and creative activities designed around meeting the specific needs of our campers with developmental and physical challenges. Our Christ-centered camp program includes theatrical Bible lessons, singing, arts & crafts, swimming, hiking, friends, good food and much more. We are happy to announce that horseback riding, canoeing and archery will be available this summer as well.
Are you looking for an opportunity to serve? Camp Jubilee may be the perfect place for you. We are looking for passionate, responsible and committed teens and adults to serve as one-on-one counselors for campers with special needs.
- Senior Counselor: 18 year old or older with experience working with individuals with special needs. (May be required to assist with personal hygiene)
- Senior Counselor: 18 years old or older without experience working with individuals with special needs
- Junior Counselor: 16-17 years old with experience working with individuals with special needs.
- unior Counselor: 16-17 years old without experience working with individuals with special needs.
Candice Hughes, Camp Director at: