Summer Camp Scholarship Application

Dear Parent or Guardian of a Potential Camper:

It is once again time to consider Summer Camp Scholarships.  Krislund is a PCUSA Camp owned by Carlisle, Huntington and Northumberland Presbyteries.  There are other PCUSA-affiliated camps.  However, Second Pres. has a very close relationship with Krislund.  Below are the details and an application for 2017 PCUSA-affiliated camp scholarships.  Please don’t hesitate to contact Vicki Lantz (K through 5th grade) or Ashley Leggett (6th-12th grade) with any questions or concerns you may have regarding these procedures.

  1. To be eligible for a camp scholarship, children and youth must be registered for camp.
  2. Summer camp scholarships will be distributed based on one week of a PCUSA-affiliated camp.
  3. A scholarship application (enclosed) is required for anyone interested in receiving a scholarship for any of their children from Second Presbyterian Church.
  4. Please complete one application per child.
  5. Applications must be completed and received by the deadline of Midnight, May 14th, 2017. This deadline is non-negotiable.
  6. Scholarships will be distributed by the Children’s Ministry Committee for all children up to and including 5th
  7. Scholarships will be distributed by the Youth Committee for all youth grades 6 through 12.
    1. Eligibility requirements:
      1. Youth should be actively participating in youth group and/or Sunday School with at least 50% attendance as of January 2017
      2. Youth must average at least 2 service and/or mission hours per month. This includes, but is not limited to Project SHARE, VBS, Chili Cook-off, Nursery, etc.

Due no later than Sunday, May 14, 2017 at Midnight.

***After the above date your scholarship application cannot be considered.

Reminder, to be considered for a scholarship the camper must be registered for camp.

Use the form below or download a paper copy here.

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Second Presbyterian Church wants all children and youth to have an opportunity to attend a PCUSA-affiliated camp. The Children and Youth Ministry Committees have budgeted dollars to help offset the cost by providing each camper with a small stipend. If sending your child to camp would still be a hardship to the family, please contact the Director of Christian Education (Vicki Lantz) or Youth Ministries Director (Ashley Leggett) for a private consultation.

Due no later than Sunday, May 14, 2017 at Midnight.

***After the above date your scholarship application cannot be considered. Reminder, to be considered for a scholarship the camper must be registered for camp.