Youth camp planned in Braymer for final weekend of May

The national non-denominational youth ministry Kicking Bear hosts its sixth annual youth camp in Braymer on Friday, May 27th and Saturday, May 28th.  Events are scheduled at Tait Park.  

Registration begins the afternoon of May 27th at 4 o’clock.  Events that evening will be “geared toward younger children”.  There will be games, bounce hourse, food, music, and bonfire, fireworks, and the possibility of the “biggest marshmallow fight in Braymer history”.

Activities on Saturday morning, May 28th include fishing, archery, and shotgunning.  To participate on the 28th, participants must attend a mandatory safety meeting that morning at 8:30.  It will be preceded at 7:30 by breakfast.

Youth are welcome to “camp out” by taking their own tent, sleeping bag, and a parent or guardian.  It is not necessary to spend the night to participate in activities on both days.

Those activities are geared towards youth ages 4 through 15, but organizers says everyone is welcome.  

The Braymer camp is free.  The equipment, three meals, and prizes will all be provided.  Pre-registration is helpful, but not mandatory.  

The Kicking Bear non-denominational national youth ministry “uses the outdoors as a tool to teach and show God’s great works”.

Additional information is available from Larry Shoe of Braymer.