One of the greatest things about kamp are the friendships created here. Friendships that are grounded in Christ. Friendships that last a lifetime. It is always amazing to see how the Lord uses this place to bond these special friendships.
We apologize for the lack of blog updates over the last few days. We have been running around having the time of our lives. Here are a few things we have been doing over the last week…
We are so blessed here at K-Kountry by our amazing staff. Each summer, they give, serve, sacrifice, and love kids so that Christ would become more famous. They are the hero's that make this place run.
On Monday, the “money” from K-Kountry went missing. The kampers and staff were determined to find the culprit and bring him to justice. Clues of this great mystery started appearing after playing life-sized versions of Chess, Operation, Hungry Hippos,
Here at K-Kountry, the temperature has been quite toasty the last several days but we love it. It just means that we have to play in the water more.
Each term, our Knight at the Faire party is magical. It is always full of knights, princesses, dragon slayers, chivalry, and of course…lots of wonder. The memories are endless, like….
Eating dinner at the King’s Table…
Each Wednesday, we change things up a bit. We get rid of our normal daily schedule and change the pace up a bit. After sleeping in and breaking up by age to do Character Kamp in the morning, it was time for the highly anticipated Track Meet.
Well…the fun and excitement of July 4th was hard to beat, but we didn’t waste any time getting right back into the swing of kamp. The temperature has been rather warm so we have spent most of our time back in the water!
Yesterday was one of the most fun days I have ever had a kamp. The 4th of July is always a special day at K-Kountry as we scrap the normal schedule and fill it with memories, laughter, and lots of patriotism. At K-Kountry, we celebrate the 4th of July
Term 3 is here and we are so excited to have another great term full of great kids. Smiles were plentiful as Kampers were introduced on Opening Day.