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Upcoming Events & Registration Forms

Jr. High
Retreat Flyer
Annual Dinner Info!
Spring Work Day
Summer Camp
Summer Camp Online Registration
Summer Camp Registration Form
Online Health Form
Health Form
Summer Staff Application
Event
Current Grade/Age
Date
Grades 6 - 8
February 23 - 25
March 23 & 24
April 7
March 26 - May 4
Quilt & Craft Camp
April 20 - 22
Father/Son Retreats
K-8 grade boys & Dads
April 27 - 28
Sr. Adult Day
June 1
June 2 - July 28
Golf Tournament
August 14
Family Camp
August 17 - 19
September 22


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Summer Camp Registration Open!
Summer Staff Applications Available
On-line Registration is now open and already over 100 campers have signed up for summer camp 2018! If you were a CBD camper last summer, a summer camp brochures was mailed to your home, and sumer camp brochures are available from central Pennsylvania Church of the Brethren and American Baptist congregations.

Make plans now for the best week of your summer. At Camp Blue Diamond you'll be sure to grow in faith, have fun, make new friends, and have an adventure! Check out the Summer Camp Page, then go to your favorite camp to discover dates, fees and photos. Register in January or February and get the Early Bird Discount.

Don't hesitage to register. Already some of the specialty camps are filling up. Favorites like Outdoor Living Skills and Junior Adventure usually fill up by early February.

Got Questions, want a Summer Brochure mailed to your house - Contact the CBD Office and let us help!

Summer Staff Applications are available now. CBD will be hiring counselors, lifeguards, a naturalist, a crafts director and a tower/swing director. More information is available on the Summer Staff page.


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2017 Summer Camp Project: 
If a Tree Falls

“Plant a new Truffula.  Treat it with care.
Give it clean water.  And feed it fresh air.” – The Lorax

Our friends at New Community Project couldn’t agree more with Dr. Seuss!  That is why they are replanting trees in South Sudan and Myanmar, and protecting the Amazon rainforest.  As we know forests provide habitat, regulate rainfall, clean the air, store carbon, and provide natural medicines and homes for native communities. They also bless us with places of wildness and wonder.

The 2017 summer camp offering project was If a Tree Falls.  Campers, parents and staff raised $702.90 to plant trees – that 7000 trees!  Way to go!