Boys Camp Will Remain The Last Full Week of July; Girls camp is
the week prior.
Boys' camp for the summer of 2017, will again be the last full week
of July.
 This is an easy way to remember it, even when the dates
don't come quickly to mind.
For the 2017 summer, that means:
  Girls Camp runs from July 16th - July 22rd.
  Boys Camp runs from July 23rd - July 29th
Ferry Schedule (Summer):
2nd Mailing:
Applications will be sent to last year's campers around Spring Break.
Registration / Check-in will take place between
10:30-11:45. Please try to be there during this time, as we'll
need to buy the exact number of tickets, get their bags
packed onto the trucks, and get everyone accounted for
and in a row ready to walk on. Their ferry leaves at 12:35.
Again, the ferry waits for no one :)
The second mailing, which includes the what to bring list,
camp rules, etc., will been sent to signed up campers. If you
don't receive one by June 1, let me know. Make sure a
medical release has been filled out as well :)
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K, guess what time it is?
Camp sign-up time!!! Oh
yeah! I've updated the
application and medical
release forms for 2017.
Please note any changes
before filling them out. You
once again can fill out the
application online, as well as
pay for camp & the t-shirt
too. However, because
PayPal takes their cut, we
need to pass the $9 cost
along to the consumer. So, if
you want to do it online,
camp will cost $309. I will be
making that change shortly.
Think about us having 80-95
campers and times that by
$9. That hurts our already
tight budget. You can,
however, still mail the forms
and payment ($300) in to me
too. It's your choice.

I'm already getting excited!
I've been in contact with
some of the instructors and
assistant directors and
they're pumped too! I look
forward to seeing you all at
the Anacortes Ferry
Terminal this July, so get
those forms filled out :)

Feel free to email me
anytime at:

Your Director,
Lonnie McCann