Youth Bowcamp

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  1. furface

    furface Elite Refuge Member

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    CYM BOW CAMP 2003
    Sunday June 22 th 12 PM
    Thru
    Thursday June 27 th 1 PM
    GUEST SPEAKER
    LARRY D JONES
    Prime Time Camp is located in the beautiful
    Cascade mountains near Clear Lake, Rimrock and close to White Pass. The camp is 50 miles west of Yakima, WA and a short distance off
    Hwy 12. Accommodations are in cabins,
    with hot showers and great food!


    THINGS TO BRING:

    SLEEPING BAG & PILLOW
    TOILETRIES & TOWEL
    CLOTHES FOR 4 DAYS
    (Pants for the woods)
    BOW & EQUIPMENT *
    BIBLE
    MONEY FOR CANTEEN

    NO BROADHEADS

    *If you need a bow please let us now as we have a limited number available to lend.
    Community Youth Ministries is a non-profit interdenominational youth ministry focused on reaching rural youth. The purpose of this camp is to introduce young people to the exciting sport of bowhunting and to challenge them to a Christian walk.
    COMMUNITY YOUTH
    MINISTRIES
    Mark & Sacha Hasenyager
    PO Box 1177
    Republic, WA 99166-1177
    509-775-8057
    cym@televar.com
    www.cyouthm.org

    IMPORTANT
    MUST BE COMPLETED
    BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN

    I give permission for my youth to participate with the CYM Bow camp
    for June 22th to June 27th of 2003.

    Youth's name:
    _______________________________
    Age: ____ Sex: _____Grade: _______
    Guardians name:
    _______________________________
    Home address:
    _______________________________
    City: ___________St: ____ Zip:_____
    Ph: ____________________________
    Wk ph: _________________________
    Email: _______________________________
    Skill:
    Beginner Intermediate Advanced

    I need a bow: Yes No
    If yes, draw length: _______________

    Have you passed the Int'l. Bow Ed course? ? Yes No
    (If yes, must send a copy of card with registration unless you have attended a CYM bow camp before).

    I found out about this camp through:
    _______________________________

    I need a scholarship of $ ___________ to participate in the camp.
    (If you need a scholarship please enclose a letter stating why you desire to attend the Bow Camp).

    COST FOR CAMP IS $100

    ($110 after May 1st)

    CYM Bow camp has been running for seven years and is run by a staff of volunteers. Camp leaders are experienced bowhunters who have been screened and crime checked. If you have any questions about the camp or would like
    references please contact us at 509-775-8057. As this is a non-profit camp, if you would like to help promote the camp or invest in it
    financially please let us know.


    __________________
    Remember, only hunting and fishing are "sports".
    All that other stuff is just "games".

    I hear voices... and they dont like you!

    "A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity." - Sigmund Freud
     
  2. furface

    furface Elite Refuge Member

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    more info.

    CYM Bow camp is a five day bowhunting camp for 7th to 12th graders. The camp is held in the beautiful cascade mountains near White Pass. The camp includes a four day 3D shoot, Bowhunters Ed course, advanced hunting techniques, evening rallies, team games and recreation. Classes for alumni include an overnight survival course, bow tuning, making your own calls, field dressing, animal habitats, reading sign & tracking, stalking, camouflage, shooting form, tree stand placement, making your own 3D targets, game calls and arrows. All classes are hands on activities usually outside, we also offer bow making to some students for an additional cost. Larry D. Jones has been our guest speaker for each of the camps and the youth have greatly enjoyed him.



    This years camp starts Sunday June 22 at 2 PM and ends Thursday June 27th at 1 PM. Cost for entire camp is $100 if registered before May 1st, $110 after May 1st, there are a limited number of scholarships available for those who are in need. This is our seventh year for the bow camp, we have really enjoyed holding the camp and have seen at least 100 different youth attend the camp. Camp attendees range from avid bowhunters to even some anti-hunters (who come with their friends) these youth have changed their minds to being pro hunters by the end of the camp. Attendance of the camp has ranged from 30 to 60 youth, the most youth we can have is 70.



    We do advertise that the camp is taught from a Christian perspective, but the Christian program is only a 20 minute devotional in the morning and a one hour program each night. The rest of the program is strictly bowhunting.
     

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