The Dauphin Bible camp will continue to operate this summer, with some new changes.
Camp Director Andrew Sevigny says that camps will only be able to run during the day.
“Currently the Public Health orders don’t allow for overnight camp so we’ve moved to be a day camp for this summer. Hopefully with regulations changing we might be able to do something later on in the summer but currently we are temporarily suspending overnight camps.”
He adds that a lot of the skills taught at the camps will remain, but the way activities are presented will have to change in order to fit social distancing guidelines.
There are currently 2 camps being offered: the traditional bible camp, as well as a horse-based camp program.