Registration is suspended until June 1


May 3, 2020

On behalf of the ICYC Board of Trustees:

The Board of Trustees met last night to discuss how to proceed with our summer schedule in view of the situation created by the coronavirus outbreak.  I am thankful to be working with a group of Christian men who are faithful and serious about their duties as trustees of our camp.

Our discussion was somber.  The decision made.  Our June weeks, cancelled.  Our current July weeks remain as scheduled.  Apologetics Press Week is rescheduled for July 26-31.

It is our hope that we will be able to hold all our weeks in July.  However, that could change based on State or Federal guidelines.  The Board will meet again on May 31 to assess the situation and make any needed adjustments.  If it is possible for the July weeks to continue, registration will reopen June 1.

For those who usually attend the other June weeks, please consider attending one of the July weeks.  We have some great July directors and staff and they would love to have you join them, even if it is only for this summer.

Please continue to pray for our trustees, directors, staff, and campers. And, that we will be able to have some camp this year.

In summary:

          1. Preteen Week (Gurganus), Week 3 (Gilpin), Week 4 (Kelsey/Courington), and Week 5 (Sims/Bryant) are cancelled for 2020.
          2. Apologetics Press is rescheduled for July 26 – 31. Those preregistered for AP week will be moved within the registration system automatically to the new date.  If you are registered for AP Week and cannot attend during the new time please contact the ICYC office.
          3. Those preregistered for cancelled 2020 weeks have the following options at their discretion.
            1. Transfer your registration to another week.
            2. Refund options:
              1. Receive a full refund.
              2. Receive a refund less the $40 deposit.
              3. Receive any portion of your fees back and donate the balance.
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          1. If you are uncomfortable with attending camp this summer, you may cancel and receive a refund.
          2. Registration processing fees paid to cannot be refunded.

Please check our Facebook page, website, and Instagram for updates.

Thank you for your support and prayers.  We hope to see you all soon… AT CAMP!

Burt Fuller
Indian Creek Youth Camp

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