February 17-18, 2018
[dropcap1]T[/dropcap1]he 2018 Winter Retreat is open for all Middle and High School students, all adults and children of chaperones. Everyone must fill out a registration form. If you are under 18 you must fill out the YOUTH registration. Adults must fill out the ADULT registration. Registration is open until Wednesday, February 14, 2018. If you choose to use paper registrations, they are located in the foyer and also must be completed and submitted to the Anchorage church office by February 14.
Everyone will depart Anchorage church of Christ, 2700 DeBarr Road, at 9:00 AM Saturday, February 17, and return Sunday, February 18. The winter retreat will consist of devotionals and singing. There also will be time to play games and ride snowmachines. There will be a $35.00 fee per person, if needed, scholarships may be requested.
We are currently looking for men and women to chaperone. We also need volunteers to drive the church vans and excellent chefs for preparing food.
If there is not enough snow for snowmachines, we will press on and ride in by 4-wheelers. The same rules apply for 4-wheelers as they do for snowmachines. Anyone under the age of 18 may NOT bring their own snowmachine/4-wheeler UNLESS they have arranged in advance with an adult who is attending the retreat to be responsible for and in control of their snowmachine/4-wheeler.
|Your Gear List
|2 Pairs of Gloves
|Change of Clothing
|2 Pairs of Shoes
|3 Pairs of Socks
PLEASE NOTE; A SEPARATE BOOKING FORM WILL NEED TO BE COMPLETED FOR EACH CAMPER; CHILD OR ADULT. THANK YOU!
[note_box]Please label everything with your name and pack in soft-sided duffle type bags or back packs (water proof if available).[/note_box]
[warning_box]Again, anyone under the age of 18 may NOT bring their own snowmachine/4-wheeler UNLESS they have arranged in advance with an adult who is attending the retreat to be responsible for and in control of their snowmachine.[/warning_box]
The Retreat Director, while under the authority of the eldership of the Anchorage church of Christ, is, during the retreat, the final authority on all matters pertaining to policy and rules. He will be responsible for determining whether an attendee is returned home due to illness, safety infractions, or failure to obey camp rules.