2014 Autumn Camp Report
We recently took 15 children in need aged seven to ten years old down to Victor Harbor for our Autumn Camp (25-27 April).
- A bonfire on the first night. We ate dinner around the fire, toasted some marshmallows and listen to some music.
- An epic walk into Victor Harbor. We caught the horse-drawn tram across the causeway to Granite Island, walked around the whole island and back across the causeway and tried out three different playgrounds along the way.
- Watching movies. The kids really enjoyed the movies and the leaders appreciated the chance to sit down for a while!
- Plenty of arts and crafts activities. We made photo frames for pictures of the kids (to take home to their parents), decorated pots, made juggling balls and painted bags to take it all home in.
- Lots of sports and free time. The kids enjoyed soccer, handball, trampolining, bike riding, golden child and much more.
Thanks to our leaders Claire Langsford, Matt Cooper, Kim Ruxton, Niki Ahluwalia and Jim de Gregorio – as usual, none of this is possible without you. Special thanks to Claire Langsford for taking care of the catering for this camp.
Our next camp is our Winter Camp on 11-13 July for Year 11/12 students in need intending to study at university.
Pat and Dan
Directors of Camping