Some group fundraising is required to offset the cost of transportation, meals to and from the camp and any additional supplies not provided by the camp. Additional fundraising is available to help a student's personal account.
Debbie Price is the fundraising coordinator and can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 314-517-1686.
Ongoing Fundraiser: www.shopwithscrip.com
October - Cardinal Calendars
November 17 - Craft Fair (Group)
January - TJ's Pizza
February 14th - Dinner Theater
January 29, 2020 - $120 DEPOSIT PER CHILD
This deposit is non-refundable
May 6, 2020 – All money and forms are due.
** Medical release form and copy of your insurance card is required **
** Checks should be made out to
North County Community Church,
or NCCC, or NC3
What to bring
Linens, towels, pillows, blankets
• Water bottle you can refill and carry with you
• Closed toe, closed heel shoes (for outdoor activities)
• Bible, notepad, and pen
• Toiletries such as toothbrush and shampoo
• Spending money for snacks, camp store, and missions offering (optional)
• Summer clothing (see dress code below)
• Watch/Alarm Clock
(Remember you won’t have your phone during camp)
Dress Code: while at camp, we ask that students...
• Wear sleeved t-shirts (no tank-tops) and modest shorts (when hands are extended to the back or the front, finger tips must touch fabric).
• Wear closed-toe and closed-heel shoes while at recreation and track times (and during Mega Relay).
• Wear modest, one-piece bathing suits or two-piece suits covered with a dark colored t-shirt, if participating in water activities.
• Wear modest shorts, pants, jeans, or dresses for worship. Dresses with spaghetti or small straps, open backs, and excessively short lengths are unacceptable (when hands are extended to the back or the front, finger tips must touch fabric).
• Do not dress in a way that calls attention to underwear
(sagging your pants, rolling down your waistbands, etc.)
or wear pants or shorts with lettering on the bottom.
*Adult leaders have the responsibility of modeling and monitoring their group to ensure students are dressing appropriately.
What NOT to bring
• Alcohol, tobacco, illegal drugs, fireworks, water guns,
or any kind of weapon
• Items that may be used for pranks such as water balloons, shaving cream, silly string, etc. Pranks are not allowed at camp. Your church will be charged for any damages or issues related to clean up.
Make sure your student does NOT pack anything that:
• Advertises alcohol, tobacco, or illegal drugs.
• Explicitly or implicitly promotes racism, sexism, or hatred of any group or person.
• Explicitly or implicitly refers to sexual actions or situations.
• Has spaghetti/small straps or open back, except for sleepwear.
• Is excessively short or tight fitting.
All electronic devices (including phones, ipods, ipads, gameboys, DS’s etc…) will be collected as soon as we arrive at camp and will be returned on the trip home. Leaders will have their cell phones available for emergency calls. Parents will be given the leaders’ cell phone numbers so they can contact their child if necessary. Students can call home during the week to reassure their parents that they are having a marvelous time. If you have further questions or concerns, please talk with Jim.
During the FUGE camp, there is a missions offering time where your student will have the opportunity to give towards missions in Canada, Sub-Saharan Africa, & Uganda. This giving is completely optional, we just wanted to make everyone aware of the opportunity.