How to prepare for Philadelphia Youth Camp
There are no sharks in here, right?
Campers continue to show their skills in the All-Star games.
All-Stars kicks off with flag football and volleyball.
It’s just called Wacky Games, but there is definitely water involved.
The gray-shirted boys of dorm 4B faced their faces and delivered ten six-minute speeches.
The orange-clad campers of dorm 1B climbed out of an early hole to obtain flag football glory.
Campers enjoy the most formal meal served at camp.
“On your mark, get set … go!”
Campers were challenged on their biblical knowledge in the 2018 Bible Bowl.
The light-blue representatives of 2B didn’t let a big early deficit keep them down.
The greenies were left feeling blue after a narrow defeat.
The blue battlers of 6B fought to a 1-1, two-game aggregate.
4G takes on the Brussel Sprouts.
The light-gray boys of 5B treated their sister dorm to a serving of swing and mambo.
The bluebirds aim for the bullseye.
Campers visit the Ezekiel Temple model, the prayer rock, the “Seals of Isaiah and King Hezekiah Discovered” exhibit, and the Mail Processing Center.
3G has five activities at once.
New bikes, happy campers and … dancing?
5G versus the traffic cones.
6G dives right in to their last swim class.
Campers and members of the local congregation watch Teen Talent Contest music and dance finalists on “the big screen” in Armstrong Auditorium.
120 campers stick to stating their goals.
Prepare now for the best camp ever.
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