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Serving Southwestern Colorado, Northwestern New Mexico and Northeastern Arizona
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Mountain Friends Camp April 2016 Newsletter Now Available
Dear Friends, Registration is open and early bird pricing ends April 30th. Questions answered in the April newsletter include:
- What do campers, parents and staff have to say about Mountain Friends Camp?
- What programs and activities do you have? What makes Mountain Friends Camp special?What does it mean to be a Quaker summer camp?
- Do I have to be Quaker to come to camp?
- Can you tell me more about your staff?
- What is the food like?
- What is the location like?
- Is financial aid available?
June 27-July 1: Staff Week July 2-16: Session 1 July 17-23: Session 2 July 24-27: Family Camp
Meet IMYM 2016 Keynote Speaker Callid Keefe-Perry
Currently of Fresh Pond Meeting in Cambridge, MA., Callid’s life experience and ministry have provided rich seasoning on the topic of leadings—nurturing his own under the care of his monthly meeting and caring for the leadings of other Friends in the care of monthly meetings he attends.
The 2016 annual gathering of the Intermountain Yearly Meeting will take place at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico June 5th - June 12th. This year's theme is Nurturing Spiritual Gifts and Ministry in Our Meetings.