PULSE pro-life camp is an informative way for youth to learn everything they need to be an advocate for life, all while enjoying fellowship and a variety of fun activities, too! Campers leave with all the tools needed to share the full pro-life message with peers, teachers, and everyone they meet. Campers will be prepared to lead the next generation of the pro-life movement.
PULSE camp is open to students who will be entering 8th to 12th grade. Lunch, materials, and a pro-life t-shirt are all included. Attendees may sign up for individual days or the full week of events. There is a 24 student maximum capacity so be sure to register in advance for the days you want to attend.
Camp is June 24 to June 28 from 9 to 5 each day. Attendees may be dropped off at the Kansans for Life office after 8 a.m. Attendees may be picked up between 5 and 5:45. Some camp days include activities outside of the KFL office with transportation provided, including a tour of a pregnancy resource center, an outreach at WSU, and swimming at Rock River Rapids. Thursday's events will be held at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church. Attendees may be dropped off and picked up at the KFL office or the church that day.
For the full schedule of events please go to http://kfl.org/resources_youth-education_pulse-teen-camp.html.
Cost is $90 per camper for all 5 days or $25 to attend only individual days.
Contact the Kansans for Life office at 800-928-5433 or email@example.com with questions.
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