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July 16th Summer Update

Beginning July 18, all campers and staff will be expected to wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible. Reno County is no longer exempt from the attached Executive Order from Kansas' Governor, Laura Kelly.

We are needing your help in this matter. Please send one week's supply of face masks with your camper. Our recommendation for masks is a t-shirt with some stretch to the fabric, cut off both sleeves, and send both with your camper (see photos above). This way, your camper has a spare and can wear the mask when needed and lower the mask around their neck or raise it up as a headband when not in use. Of course, you are welcome to send along whatever mask you would like as long as it fits the Governor's definition listed below.

From Governor Kelly: "Mask or other face covering" means a covering of the nose and mouth that is secured to the head with ties, straps, or loops over the ears or simply wrapped around the lower face. A mask or other face covering can be made from a variety of synthetic and natural fabrics including cotton, silk, or linen. Ideally, a mask or other face covering has two or more layers. A mask or other face covering may be factory-made, sewn by hand, or can be improvised from household items such as scarfs, bandanas, t-shirts, sweatshirts, or towels.

We appreciate you helping us to keep KBC open for our last three weeks of camp. We know this summer has been a different one, and we are so grateful the Lord has allowed us to have camp, to not be limited in mass gathering size, or forced to close because of a known exposure.

Campers will be expected to wear their masks when instructed to do so. Some activities will require them because physical distancing is not possible. We hope to make this as fun and memorable as possible for them. Caregivers exiting the car at Registration will also be expected to wear a face mask.

If your camper is not coming to camp for this or any other reason, please let us know so we can plan dorms and activities for the week ahead. Send us an email or call us at 620-662-7791



May 26th Summer Update

Registration is open again! All dates on the calendar are accurate as far as we anticipate at this time.

EVEN IF YOU REGISTERED YOUR CHILD PRIOR TO MAY 25,
WE NEED YOU TO RE-REGISTER ALL CAMPERS.


All applications have been deleted from our system so that the new schedule and documentation will be accurate. Thank you for taking a moment to re-register your camper for camp this summer. We so appreciate your cooperation and patience with us as we navigate this tricky time!







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We invite you to join us in praying for the Lord's work at KBC this summer by being a part of our weekly summer email list.

A list of praise reports and prayer requests, as well as some general information about the camp, goes out on Wednesday afternoons when camp is in session. We are so grateful for the Lord's provision and continue to ask Him to work through our ministry. 

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