Discover Camp 2010 ‘agents’ now at work

June 18, 2010 by

The 2010 version of Discover Camp has brought 35 girls to the Nazareth Motherhouse, for three days of being “Contemplatives In Action.” Using that “CIA” as their motto, the girls are “agents” in giving God’s love to the world.

The girls are all entering the sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grades and are mostly from the Salina Diocese. Sisters staff the camp, and young women of  college and high school-age serve as counselors. The camp continues through Saturday evening, when there is a Mass and ice cream social for the girls and their families.

For photos from the second day of Discover Camp, CLICK HERE.

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2 Responses to “Discover Camp 2010 ‘agents’ now at work”

  1. Bette Moslander on June 24th, 2010 2:52 pm

    I always appreciate the immense energy and hard work putting on the Discovery Camp requires and very grateful to all of our sister who are involved. and the seriousness of purpose the youngters bring to the endeavor. Year after Year. Bettte

  2. Carm Thibault on June 21st, 2010 7:21 pm

    Congrats to each of you who carried out the Discover Camp – Julie, Bev, Jean, Anna Marie, Missy, Mary Jo and everyone who helped -l HS and college helpers! Being there for the picnic and then the final Mass which got delayed with the storm and sit- in gave me a good flavor of how the campers seemed to love their time in Concordia.

    Blessings, Carm T.

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