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Labor Day Family Camp Weekend

           August 30-September 2, 2013

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2013 updates are posted as they happen!  Unfortunately, no cabins or rooms are available, and there is a waiting list 8 families deep.

 

Updated 08.30.13

Letter e-mailed to all families.    Official Weekend Schedule HERE

WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!  As we build our schedule for our 2013 holiday weekends, we'd LOVE for you, the families who will actually be here, to assist us in scheduling programs, crafts, classes, hikes, games, Bible studies, worships and more.  Please consider helping, and send us your suggestions and offerings to: campbetheloffice@gmail.com (Barry).

 

For reservations (meals, facilities), contact Barry at campbetheloffice@gmail.com, or 540-992-2940.  Reserve your meals by August 27!  Thank you!

 

Performances/Concerts:  All weekend guests AND the wider Botetourt-Roanoke-and-Virlina community is invited to our fun at the Gym (Saturday) and concert at Hillside Auditorium (Sunday).  Free-will offerings will be requested. 

·   Saturday, August 31, 6:45pm: Country Barn Dance in the Gym, led by New River Bound  & The Luv Buzzards and professionally called by Dance Caller, Scott Sarver.  FREE to weekend resident campers/families.  Open to the public for $5/person or $20/family maximum.  (Viewing & listening seats available for non-dancers.)

·   Sunday, September 1, 7:45pm Bluegrass/Newgrass/Nograss Concert: The Luv Buzzards:  Funny name; Classic Sounds!  Greg Honeycutt on guitar; Caleb McAllister on fiddle; Ted McAllister on mandolin; Debbie McAllister on bass; Hannah McAllister on vocals; Lee Dunbar on banjo form this band of friends and family.

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS, MEALS AND PROGRAMS:

Final, official weekend schedule is available HERE and at camp entrance.

Meals 20% or $2 less than regular meal prices!  Meals will be served family-style in the Ark at the exact times below.

MEALS:  Call or e-mail by August 27 to reserve your meals.

Adults:

Child (4-12):

Under 4:

Saturday BREAKFAST (8am)

$6.00 x ___

$3.00 x ___

$0 x ___

Saturday LUNCH (12:30pm)

$7.00 x ___

$3.50 x ___

$0 x ___

Saturday DINNER (5:30pm)

$8.00 x ___

$4.00 x ___

$0 x ___

Sunday BREAKFAST (8am)

$6.00 x ___

$3.00 x ___

$0 x ___

Sunday LUNCH (open 12:30pm)

$8.00 x ___

$4.00 x ___

$0 x ___

Sunday 5:30 Dinner is Potluck in the SBTS.  Bring a dish to share!  Camp

provides

drinks, cups

utensils, etc

Monday Brunch (9:00am)

$6.00 x ___

$3.00 x ___

$0 x ___

 

Deer Field Gym will be closed 2:00-10:00pm Saturday for Dance.  Otherwise, Deer Field Gym is open all weekend for basketball, volleyball & games.  Please return balls to bin, remove trash and turn off lights & fan and close doors when not in use Parents: Please supervise children in the gym!  The bathrooms and gym facilities have been damaged and left extremely messy at past events by unsupervised children.

 

Announcements:

1.     Parents: Please supervise children in the gym and at all times around camp.  Bike helmets required; please, no night biking without lights.

2.     Deer Field Gym will be closed 2:00-10:00pm Saturday for Dance.   Otherwise, Deer Field Gym is open all weekend for games.  Return balls to bin, remove trash and turn off lights and close doors when not in use.

3.     Caution: Keep fires controlled; watch for snakes (do NOT kill black snakes or brown water snakes); wear bear bells when hiking in remote areas; we recommend insect repellant (and sky-or-white-colored clothing, plus long pants tucked into socks) to deter ticks which are especially bad in Virginia and the eastern USA this year.

 

 SCHEDULE:  Final, official weekend schedule is available HERE and at camp entrance.

Friday, August 30, 2013:

 

 

Weather: 

 

4:00-6:30

Pool Open.  Free admission; donations accepted.  Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult or 12+ year older sibling. 

 

5:00-6:00

Staff available in Camp Office for payments; checks or exact change please.  Complete your form below in advance, please.

 

6:00-7:00

Trading Post Open: CLEARANCE SALE on select items!  Hats, lanyards, blankets, bottles, NEW t-shirts & more.

 

10:00

Quiet hours in main camp through 6:30am.  Thank you.

 

Saturday, August 31, 2013:  (Meals only if you have reserved meals in advance.) Menus below.

Sat Breakfast, 8:00am ($6 adult; $3 child (4-12); under 4 free)

Sat Lunch, 12:30pm ($7 adult, $3.50 child (4-12) under 4 free)

Sat Dinner, 5:30pm ($8 adult, $4 child (4-12), under 4 free)

 

 

Weather: 

  7:00-7:45am Polar Bear Swim!  Free; donations accepted.  Children under 8 must be accompanied by adult or 12+ year old sibling.
 

8:00

BREAKFAST in the Ark for those who reserved meals.

  9:00 Family Craft in the Craft House: Tie-Dye (w/ Sue & Dominique Wilson).  Bring a shirt or item to tie-dye!  Donations accepted to off-set materials cost.
:

10:00-11

Staff available in Camp Office for payments; checks or exact change please.  Complete your form below in advance, please.

 

12:30pm

LUNCH in the Ark for those who reserved meals.

  1:00-5:15 Pool Open.  Free admission; donations accepted.  Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult or 12+ year older sibling.
  2:00-10:00 Gym CLOSED for dance set up and for the dance itself.
 

3:00ish

Listen for “Buzzard Fest” during the day at the McAllister’s campsite near Shelter-by-the-Spring.  Join in!

 

3:30

 

Bring a lawn chair & your own snacks

 

5:30

 

Bring a lawn chair & your own snacks ing this possible!

 

5:30

DINNER in the Ark for those who reserved meals.

 

6:00-6:45

Trading Post Open: CLEARANCE SALE on select items!  Hats, lanyards, blankets, bottles, NEW t-shirts & more.

 

Country Barn Dance in the Gym

6:45 doors open; 7:00 dance

Country Barn Dance in the Gym, led by New River Bound  & The Luv Buzzards and professionally called by Dance Caller, Scott Sarver.  FREE to weekend resident campers/families.  Open to the public for $5/person or $15/family maximum.  (Viewing & listening seats available for non-dancers.)  Bring money for free-will offering for the band.  Also bring flashlights for your walk home.

 

10:00

Quiet hours in main camp through 6:30am.  Thank you.

 

Sunday, September 1, 2013 (Meals only if you have reserved meals in advance.) Menus below.

Sunday Breakfast, 8:00am ($6 adult, $3 children (4-12), under 4 free)

Sunday Lunch, 12:30pm ($8 adult, $4 children (4-12), under 4 free)

5:30pm  Pot-Luck Dinner in the Shelter-by-the-Spring: Bring a dish to share & a big appetite!  Camp Bethel will provide drinks, ice, plates, cups, utensils, napkins.

 

 

Weather: 

 

8:00

BREAKFAST in the Ark for those who reserved meals.

 

9:30

Sunday Morning Worship and singing at New Bethel Church of the Brethren.  1 hour.  All camp guests are invited to worship this morning at New Bethel CoB, a short walk from Camp Bethel.  Bring an offering to help New Bethel’s ministries.  Speaker: David K. Shumate

 

12:30pm

LUNCH in the Ark for those who reserved meals.

 

1:00-5:15

Pool Open.  Free admission; donations accepted.  Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult or 12+ year older sibling.

  2:00 Family Craft in the Craft House: Tie-Dye (w/ Sue & Dominique Wilson).  Bring a shirt or item to tie-dye!  Donations accepted to off-set materials cost.
 

4:00-5:00

Staff available in camp office for payments; checks or exact change please.  Complete your form below in advance, please.

 

5:30

Pot-Luck DINNER in Shelter-by-the-Spring.  Bring a food item and enjoy great shared fellowship.  Camp Bethel will provide drinks, cups, plates, utensils & paper products.  Everyone is invited, on site and off site!

  6:00 & 6:30 Wagon Rides: Meet at Shelter-by-the-Spring at 6:00 or 6:30.  No rides if it is raining.  (Big THANKS to Ed McKimmy for loaning us his tractor!)
  6:30-7:00 Trading Post Open: CLEARANCE SALE on select items!  Hats, lanyards, blankets, bottles, NEW t-shirts & more.
  6:30-7:30 TALENT SHOW AT HILLSIDE AUDITORIUM.  (The opening act for The Luv Buzzards!)  See Carol Elmore to "officially" enter your act into the show!
  7:45 Concert: The Luv Buzzards:  Funny name; Classic Sounds!  Greg Honeycutt on guitar; Caleb McAllister on fiddle; Ted McAllister on mandolin; Debbie McAllister on bass; Hannah McAllister on vocals; Lee Dunbar on banjo form this band of friends and family.  Bring money for free-will offering for the band.  Also bring flashlights & marshmallow sticks for S'mores!
 

8:30

Movie Night in the Ark Dining Room: Children under age 8 must be accompanied by an adult or 12+ year older sibling.   Approx 2 hours.  Rated G.  Title TBA.

 

10:00

Quiet hours in main camp through 6:30am.  Thank you.

 

Monday, September 2, 2013, Labor Day (Meals only if you have reserved meals in advance.)

Monday Brunch, 9:00am ($6.00 adult, $3 children (4-12), under 4 free).  Menu below.

 

 

Weather: 

  7:30am-8:30am Polar Bear Swim!  Free; donations accepted.  Children under 8 must be accompanied by adult or 12+ year old sibling.
 

9:00

BRUNCH in the Ark for those who reserved meals.

 

10:00-12:30

Pool Open.  Free admission; donations accepted.  Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult or 12+ year older sibling. 

 

10:30-11:30

Staff available in camp office for payments; checks or exact change please.  Complete your form below in advance, please.

 

12:30

End of schedule.  You may stay through sundown, though no services will be available.  Enjoy your holiday and your Camp!

Final, official weekend schedule is available HERE and at camp entrance.

 

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Labor Day Family Camp Weekend Menus

Call or e-mail by August 27 to reserve your meals.

Meals in the Ark will be served family style at the exact time listed below. As a courtesy to other guests please be on time.

Reserve your meals by August 27 at campbetheloffice@gmail.com or (540) 992-2940.  Meals in the Ark will be served family style at the exact time listed below.  Seating is YOUR CHOICE!  As a courtesy to other guests please be on time.  Prices are 20% or $2 less than regular prices!

 

All meals are served with appropriate condiments and “fixin’s” (butter, apple butter, ketchup, salad dressings, etc.).

Self-serve coffee and tea is available in the dining hall at all times (only for guests reserving meals).

 Date

Main menu

Saturday, Aug 31

 

8:00am Breakfast

$6.00 adult; $3 children (4-12); under 4 free

Pancakes, hash browns, sausage links, orange juice, coffee, water.  Includes a self-serve bar with toast, bagels, assorted cream cheese and jellies, cereal and milk, PB&J, fresh whole fruit, yogurt, and granola.

12:30 Lunch

$7.00 adult, $3.50 children (4-12) under 4 free

Pork barbecue sandwiches, cole slaw, corn on the cob, fresh grapes, salad, dessert, lemonade, water, coffee.  Includes a self-serve bar with fresh fruit, white bread, wheat bread, bagels, peanut butter, and assorted jams & jellies.

5:30 Dinner

$8.00 adult, $4 children (4-12), under 4 free

Spaghetti, marinara sauce, meatballs, seasoned broccoli, cheddar biscuits, salad, dessert, lemonade, water, coffee.  Includes a self-serve bar with fresh fruit, white bread, wheat bread, bagels, peanut butter, and assorted jams & jellies

Sunday, Sept 1

 

8:00am Breakfast

$6.00 adult, $3 children (4-12), under 4 free

French toast, turkey bacon, cantaloupe, juice, coffee, water.  Includes a self-serve bar with toast, bagels, assorted cream cheese and jellies, cereal and milk, PB&J, fresh whole fruit, yogurt, and granola.

12:30 Lunch

$8.00 adult, $4 children (4-12), under 4 free

Make-your-own taco, Spanish rice, beef, black beans, salad, dessert, lemonade, water, coffee.  Includes a self-serve bar with fresh fruit, white bread, wheat bread, bagels, peanut butter, and assorted jams & jellies.

5:30 Dinner: FREE!

Pot Luck @ Shelter by the Spring.  Bring a dish to share and a big appetite!  Camp Bethel will provide drinks, ice, plates, cups, utensils and napkins.

Monday, Sept 2

 

9:00am Brunch

$6.00 adult, $3 children (4-12), under 4 free

Biscuits & gravy, sausage patties, scrambled eggs, fresh fruit salad, banana muffins, juice, coffee, water.  Includes a self-serve bar with toast, bagels, assorted cream cheese and jellies, cereal and milk, PB&J, fresh whole fruit, yogurt, and granola.

 

Call or e-mail by August 27 to reserve your meals.

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CAMP BETHEL RULES AND POLICIES:

Camp Bethel has the following basic rules and policies to ensure the comfort, safety and proper peaceful environment for all our guests.  Camp Bethel reserves the right to dismiss or to notify local law enforcement authorities regarding any disturbance or non-compliance with stated policies.  We request all adults to please help monitor camp while you’re here to ensure the safety of all guests, especially children.

 

1.   No smoking; Camp Bethel is a non-smoking facility.  No obscene language.  No alcohol or drugs. 

2.   No pets or animals unless expressly permitted by the Director, and then, only on a leash and kept quiet for courtesy.

3.   No weapons, hunting, ammunition, target shooting, paint-ball, fireworks or explosives.

4.   Child supervision: Parents MUST supervise children at all times in all areas and facilities.  This includes meal times.

5.   Only the buildings, equipment and areas you have reserved are available and accessible to you.  Do not enter buildings that you have not reserved.  The Ark Dining Hall, the Ark Conference Room (and all amenities within) is only available to guests who have purchased/reserved meals in advance.

6.   Vehicles:  Speed limit is 5 mph.  Park in designated areas; avoid parking in grass where possible.  Once on site, park your car and walk to and from your areas of use, unless providing mobility for the disabled.  Vehicles yield to cyclists, and cyclists yield to pedestrians.  Pedestrians have the right of way everywhere.  Turn off your car radio/stereo when on camp.  Do not transport your participants anywhere on or off camp property in non-passenger vehicles or in the bed of trucks.  Wear seat-belts in moving vehicles.

7.   Bicycles: Helmets required for all cyclists.  Bikes yield to pedestrians; be wary of vehicles.  No biking after dark w/out lighting.

8.   No motorized bikes, scooters, ATVs, go-carts, etc.  Motorcyclists driving to camp must follow rules for vehicles.

9.   For insurance purposes, horses are not allowed on camp without the prior approval of the Director.

10. Keep out of Heifer shed and paddock (cows, pigs) and electric fenced grazing areas: You may feed animals grass through the fence.

11. Trash:  Place all trash in the dumpster beside the Retreat Center.  Thank you.

12. Quiet Hours 9:00/10pm-7:30am:  Keep your noise level low.  Music (unless live or group singing) should be inaudible to other guests.

13. To avoid foot injury, wear shoes at all times (except in bed, in shower, in pool).  Flip flops are discouraged.

14. To avoid injury or damage to camp property and facilities, do not throw anything, except during outdoor games.  Do not play throwing games near or inside buildings (other than the gym).

15. To avoid injury or damage to camp property and facilities, no rough or dangerous play or activities.

16. A First Aid Kit is located on the office porch.  An A.E.D. is located in the Ark Dining Room.  In a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1.

17. Leave facilities, furniture, equipment and areas of use orderly, clean, and free of food-waste.

 

 

ADDITIONAL (and much repeated) INFORMATION:

 

Payment:

For meals, lodging or camping, plan to “settle” with staff in the camp office at one of the following times:

5-6pm Friday   or   10-11am Saturday   or   4-5pm Sunday   or   10:30-11:30am Monday.

Please complete the enclosed payment form and present it at your time of payment.  Please pay by check, credit card (+4% surcharge) or with exact change as we do not keep cash in the office.  If you cannot make payment at one of these times, we will bill you via post mail.  You may also pay in advance if you wish.  Include payment for meals, lodging, and camping in your total payment.  Pay for ice at the time you get it (after meals in the Ark, $2 per bag.)

 

To reserve your spot for future holiday weekends:  Because of the growing popularity of our holiday family weekends, you MUST complete a RESERVATION FORM for each upcoming holiday weekend and pay the minimum deposit to reserve your lodging.

 

What to Bring:

Bring some extra cash or your check book for CDs at our concerts AND to donate toward a free-will offering at each concert to offset performer expenses for Camp Bethel.

- FLASHLIGHTS!!!!!   - linens, bedroll or sleeping bag   - bike(s) & bike helmet(s)   - hiking/walking shoes   - musical instrument

- clothes fit for the weather   - swim suit   - food as needed   - rain (?) gear     - camera

- checkbook or exact cash for payments, Trading Post & concert offerings        - games and all your family traditions 

- old Camp Bethel photos  - personal and hygiene items   - food item for Sunday’s pot-luck    - tick-mosquito-chigger prevention

 

When You Arrive:

Go ahead and move in and begin enjoying your weekend.  From now on RV campers are required to call ahead to reserve specific sites (see RV camping information for specific sites).  RV campers may set up anywhere, but please respect public access areas (stay clear of shelters, roads and bathhouses) and share hook-ups when camping off of established sites.  Tent campers should not pitch tents on an RV site.  As a tent camper, you may pitch your tent wherever you like and however remotely you wish.  Please park on paved surfaces only, if possible.  Also, please limit vehicular traffic through camp to ensure the safety of pedestrians and families on bicycles.  Camp speed limit is 5 mph.

 

Suggestions for RV’s & Tents:

Obviously, we have a limited amount of RV sites and full hook-ups.  From now on RV campers are required to call ahead to reserve specific sites (see RV camping information for specific sites).  Please consider camping near the camp entrance with electric and water hook-ups.  Please do not park RVs around the Cave Trail Picnic Shelter; use the field above.  If you have not reserved an RV site please consider parking the RV and walking around camp to scout out available electrical plugs (check light poles and buildings for outdoor plugs).  If possible, avoid running an extension cord from an indoor plug through a window.  Please use dual spigots to share water spouts.

Tent campers may pitch anywhere, but please avoid public access areas.  Try our new acreage behind and beyond the Craft Cabin.

 

While You’re Here & Before You Leave:

In a continuing effort to reduce our energy costs, please turn off lights & fans when not in use and don’t over-light buildings or areas, don’t overheat rooms, and be sure water is not running.  Quiet hours are 9:00pm through 8:00am.  Upon departure, turn off heat, lights, fans, and please take your trash to the dumpsters beside the Retreat Center.  Any cleaning you can do in your cabin/lodge saves Camp Bethel time and money.  Please try to be as self-sufficient as possible during your stay; most of you know where on camp to find the things you need.  Thank you for helping us by helping yourselves.

 

Meeting Your Needs:

Please try to be as self-sufficient as possible during your stay.  Most cabins & lodges have closets with extra paper supplies and cleaning supplies.  Extra toilet paper and paper towels are in closets or the Ark Staff room if needed.  Thank you for helping us by helping yourselves.  If you have questions or needs please feel free to contact one of the on-site staff.  It is helpful to us if cabin/cottage/lodge users make a written list of the supplies and repairs you find each facility may need.

 

Schedule of Events and Programs:  See our schedule page.  All scheduled activities are optional.

 

Sunday Pot-Luck Dinner:

Please attend Sunday at 5:30pm at the Shelter-by-the-Spring.  Bring a food item for four persons.  Camp will provide drinks, ice, cups, plates, utensils, serving utensils, paper products.  Stay through the evening for a free concert.

 

Safety and Supervision of Children:

Please check on your children often.  We require use of bike helmets for young riders.  Equip children with flashlights after hours.  Please, no biking after dark.  Please note that cabins and lodges have cleaning closets with cleaning chemicals.  The best child-proofing and child-safety measure we have is parent supervision.

 

CALL TODAY TO RESERVE YOUR CAMPSITE AND YOUR MEALS! (540) 992-2940

 

“First Right of Refusal” regarding reservations for future holiday weekends:  Families present and reserved at this holiday weekend had first right of refusal to reserve (with a minimum deposit) their present-pattern-use facilities for this holiday one year ahead until Monday 10:30am.  After Monday 10:30am, unreserved facilities became open for any other family to reserve.  Check the latest “RESERVED FACILITIES” chart on the office porch or at www.campbethelvirginia.org/availability.htm

 

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SPECIAL REDUCED RATES, 2013: Only available for these special weekends!

Prices for holiday weekends are greatly discounted:  Meals = 20% off; Camping = 20-50% off; Lodging = 17-90% off!  Pool & programming = 100% off!

Meals:  Always reserve meals at least 1 week in advance.

 

Brkfst/Brunch

Lunch

Dinner

Adult age 13+

$6.00

$7.00

$8.00

Child age 4-12

$3.00

$3.50

$4.00

Ice from Ark $2/bag $4/cooler Pay at Ark

 

Cabins: Daleville, Friendship Haven, Pleasant View, StoneHOP, Whispering Pines, Willoro

 

Per night

Minimum deposit per

night for 2013-2014

Up to 14 persons

$20.00

$20.00

 

Cottages:  Bethel Lodge, Blue Birds’ Nest, Carolina Haven, Forest Lodge, Pineview, Whippoorwill, Wildwood

 

Per night

Minimum deposit per

night for 2013-2014

12-14 persons

$40.00

$40.00

 

 Heritage Lodge: Room 1, 2, 3 or 4: Bedroom + Bathroom:

 

Per night,

per room

Minimum deposit per

night for 2013-2014

12-14 persons per room

$40.00

$40.00

 

Health Retreat Center: (HRC), Room 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7

 

Per night,

per room

Minimum deposit per

night for 2013-2014

1 or 2 persons

$40.00

$40.00

 

Camping:

 

Per night,

per site or tent

Minimum deposit per

night for 2013-2014

Tent site: per tent

$5.00

no deposit necessary

RV not on sites C1-11

or A (ex: field camping)

$8.00

$8.00

RV sites C1-8; A,

RV sites C9-11

$12.00

$12.00

 

Other Services:

Large bag of ice; available at the Ark Dining Hall after scheduled meals

$2 per bag

Swimming Pool open FREE to overnight guests, see schedule for times

Donations accepted

Performances at Hillside Sat & Sun night FREE to guests and public

Donations accepted

 

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CONTACT CAMP BETHEL:

 

Please contact us with any questions or concerns, or to register for an event or summer camp.  We will answer e-mail and phone messages as quickly as we are able. If you are requesting information be sent to you, please leave us your full address.  Thank you so much for your interest in Camp Bethel!

 

   Phone: 540-992-2940

 

   Mail and Physical Address:

   Camp Bethel, 328 Bethel Road, Fincastle, VA 24090

 

   E-mail: campbetheloffice@gmail.com

 

   Driving directions to Camp Bethel are here.

 

   Staff:  Barry LeNoir, camp director

             Beth Heaton, guest services coordinator

             Tim Clemons, maintenance manager

             Brigitte Burton, food services director

             Katie Furrow & Maureen Zach, 2013 summer program coordinators

           
Camp Bethel is owned and operated by the Virlina District Church of the Brethren.  The Virlina District Board - Church of the Brethren, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  Our Federal tax ID number is 54-6043879.  100% of your direct donations support the ministries and programs of Camp Bethel, and your donations are tax-deductible.

Our federal tax ID number is provided for those who need this number for charitable donations, flex childcare programs or for submitting payment vouchers for event or retreat reservations.