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Summer Camp ’22

Summer Camp ’22

We are extremely excited to announce that Unlimited Summer Camp is back! Saturday, June 25th to Monday, June 27th at Hume Lake in the beautiful San Bernardino mountains. Summer camp is for kids from 2nd to 6th grade and youth from 7th to 12th grade.

Why Summer Camp?

This can be one of the most important weekends of your child’s life where they experience a close encounter with Jesus through worship, fellowship and activities centered around Christ.

What’s included?

Hume Lake in Green Valley, California features an amazing zip line, swimming pool, lake, tarzan swing, field games, kayaking, the blob, water slides, soak session and more.

Summer Camp FAQs

Unlimited Summer Camp
June 25-27, 2022
Hume Lake So-Cal
Green Valley California


REGISTRATION INCLUDES:

  • Lodging
  • Transportation
  • Food
  • Camp T-Shirt
  • Name Badge


LOCATION:

32355 Green Valley Lake Rd,
Green Valley Lake, CA 92341

DROP-OFF:
Saturday, June 25th at 9:30am
Hope Unlimited Church
1900 Walker Ave,
Monrovia, CA 91016

PICK-UP:
Monday, June 27th at 1:30pm
Hope Unlimited Church
1900 Walker Ave,
Monrovia, CA 91016

PACKING LIST:
Bedding
Sleeping Bag or (sheets and blankets rolled up)
Pillow
Fitted twin sheet

PERSONAL ITEMS:
Shampoo/Conditioner
Body wash/Bar soap
Wash towel/Loofah
Bath towel
Swim towel
Toothbrush/toothpaste
Brush/Comb
Lotion
Deodorant
Chapstick
Sunscreen
Bug Repellent

CLOTHING:
3 changes of clothes (pants, shorts, socks, underwear, shirts)
Jacket/Sweater
Pajamas or nightclothes
Swimsuit (camp rules require girls to either wear a “one-piece” or a t-shirt over a “two-piece”)
2 pairs Tennis Shoes, (one might get wet)

OTHER NECESSITIES:
Flashlight
Refillable Water Bottle
Cash for snack bar (recommended $20)
Bible
Pen/Pencil
Hat
Sunglasses

PLEASE MARK ALL YOUR ITEMS CLEARLY WITH YOUR NAME. HOPEUC IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST, MISPLACED, FORGOTTEN OR STOLEN ITEMS.

WHAT NOT TO BRING:
Nothing that would be harmful to you or someone else.
Food or snacks (we wish to keep bears and other varmints in the woods AND NOT IN OUR CABINS).
No pocket knives, squirt guns, water balloons, cellphones, tablets, video games or other electronic devices.
No illegal substances.

Sponsor a child

What an amazing seed you sow when you sponsor a child for our Unlimited Summer Camp. Your generosity today has the capacity to create a ripple effect – it will impact a young person’s life so that they can experience Jesus today, so they can share Jesus to others in the future. Investing in one of our kids shows you believe in them, their potential, and their unique gifts.

Make a difference now by sponsoring a child/youth with either a full scholarship, partial scholarship or any size gift you desire by clicking the “sponsor a child” link listed below.

Safety & Action Plan

At Hume Lake So Cal, health and safety is our absolute number one priority. Leading the charge in this is our amazing First Aid Team.  Comprised of highly trained and experienced Nurses and Health Technicians, this team works round the clock to monitor and support camper health.  Additionally, each and every one of our medical policies is reviewed and approved by a Physician each year to help ensure that we are providing the highest quality of care for our campers and staff.

Hume staff are frequently reminded to abide by the following recommendations as set forth by the CDC to minimize the spread of germs.  We are fully committed to staying healthy so that our campers stay healthy as well.

•Avoid close contact with people who are sick

•Clean your hands often by washing them with soap and water or by using hand sanitizer

•Stay at home if you or someone you live with is sick

•Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue, throw the tissue away and wash your hands

•Avoid touching your eyes, ears and mouth

•Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily

Our staff are trained and held accountable to no longer give high fives, hand shakes, fist bumps or any other form of physical contact.  Additionally, we provide staff at the entrances of each of our meeting areas before and after gatherings in order to open the doors for campers entering and exiting.  Minimizing contact with others and with frequently touched items is a simple way of reducing the spread of germs.

We make high-percentage alcohol-based hand sanitizer available at the entrances of all meeting areas, dining halls, retail locations and many other places throughout our camp.  Daily announcements are made to encourage campers to practice good hygiene.  In addition, during meals, campers are not released to get food until each camper has used the hand sanitizer located on every dining table on campus.

Our cleaning and sanitizing protocol exceeds that which the CDC and California Department of Public Health have set forth.  High traffic areas such as restrooms, meeting spaces and game rooms are cleaned often.  Cabins are deep cleaned before campers arrive.  Dining facilities are sanitized before every meal and serving utensils are replaced every time a new tray of food arrives.

Hume Lake employs numerous layers of systems and protocols to ensure that our facilities, staff, and campers stay safe, clean, and healthy. However, the most important thing we do as an organization is spend countless hours praying in advance for every camper and staff who walks through our gates. Our prayer is that they have an unforgettable experience of encountering Jesus, experiencing transformation, and engaging the world, in a safe and healthy environment.

Contact info.

Lluvia Perez
Children’s Director
(626) 607-7228
Lluvia@thehopeuc.com