Camp Noah | July 16-20 8:30am to 3pm and August 6-10 8:30am-3pm

The First Presbyterian Church of Rockport is hosting two camps, the first being July 16-20, and the second, August 6-10. Camp Noah is a nationally acclaimed preparedness and resiliency program for children, hosted across the U.S. in communities that have been impacted by disaster. It is owned and operated on a national basis by Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota. Camp Noah is being funded by Rebuild Texas. This is a wonderful opportunity for our kids. The camp is for children between the ages of finishing Kindergarten through finishing 5th grade that reside is Aransas County. Each camp day is from 9:00 until 3:00 and offers breakfast (8:30 a.m.), snacks and lunch. Each camp has a maximum of 50 participants and attendance to the camps is free. Registration may be done online or by picking up a registration form from either the Presbyterian Church or St. Peter’s Episcopal Church on Enterprise. Links for each camp are below, as well as a link to more information about Camp Noah.

Please feel free to give me (361.774.4474) or Mary (210.842.3269) if you have any questions.

Here are the links to the two camps:
July 16-20: https://campscui.active.com/orgs/CampNoah?season=2425102&session=39062301

August 6-10: https://campscui.active.com/orgs/CampNoah?season=2425102&session=39055403

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