"I Love Scott Mission Camp!"

Before he arrived, Chase, age 11, was pretty sure he wasn’t going to like Scott Mission Camp. But ask him today, and his face lights up.

"I love Scott Mission Camp!" Chase says. "There are campfires, a pool, and rock climbing. I went canoeing with my sister, she's eight. I paddled while she fished."

“One of the activities I love is digital photography. The first time I used the camera, I immediately took pictures, around 50 of them.”

In addition to taking photos of the camp’s beautiful, rustic surroundings, Chase discovered it’s good to get away from the city and spend time outdoors. “Staying off electronics for five days is good for you,” he says with a smile.

Thank you on behalf of girls and boys like Chase, who might otherwise never have a chance to experience all the fun activities of a Christ-centered camp and learn of God’s infinite love. And thank you for giving generously again today, so more kids will have the opportunity to experience Scott Mission Camp this summer.

Since 1958, Scott Mission Camp in Caledon has shared unforgettable activities and the love of God with children like Chase and his little sister.

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