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almonsky
May 9 2012
Camp Quest South Carolina 2012

Camp Quest is a residential summer camp based on humanist values. Amid traditional summer camp activities like swimming, boating, sports, and campfires, campers put their science and critical thinking skills to the test to examine the natural world, collaborate on team challenges, and explore their developing worldviews from a secular perspective.

Camp Quest is open to campers from all backgrounds. We encourage campers to think for themselves, be comfortable with who they are, and engage respectfully with those who have different views.

The first Camp Quest was held in Kentucky back in 1996 and has steadily grown to 14 camps across North America and 3 overseas. As part of this growth, Camp Quest South Carolina will have its first summer camp session this year!! (There was a family weekend camp last year and there will be another one this year. More information will come on that later.) For more information on Camp Quest in general and CQSC in particular, you can listen to an interview that I did last year at http://www.capereason.com/2011/06/cape-reason-episode-5/ or you can check out Camp Quest's main website at http://www.campquest.org.

Here is the basic info on Camp Quest South Carolina:

When: Sunday, July 15 through Saturday, July 21

Where: Aiken, South Carolina

Who: Kids and teens 8-15yo as campers, teens 16-17yo as Counselors in Training (CITs)

Early registration fee: $500 for the first camper and $475 per additional sibling. Basic registration and $100 deposit must be submitted by May 15 to qualify for the early registration rate.

Regular registration fee: Beginning May 16, the fee is $550 for the first camper and $525 per additional sibling.

Camperships: A limited amount of financial aid is available on a first come first serve basis.

To register for Camp Quest South Carolina and for more information, please visit our website at http://www.CampQuestSC.org.

Camp Quest is run entirely by unpaid adult (18yo and older) volunteers who take a week out of their busy schedule to make this the best week possible for our kids. It is a very rewarding experience and many staff members return year after year. If you are interested in volunteering as a staff member, please fill out the staff application at http://campquestsc.org/volunteer/. And finally, Camp Quest couldn't succeed without the generosity of donors to fund our programs and activities and to help provide camperships. Please visit http://campquestsc.org/donate/ to learn about the different ways of supporting Camp Quest.

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