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SUMMER CAMP

MIDDLE SCHOOL

July 8 – July 12, 2024 | Camp Kulaqua | High Springs, Florida

WHAT TO LOOK FORWARD TO…

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WORSHIP

We join together as students and leaders from all across Florida to worship through song and God’s Word! 

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FUN

Camp Kulaqua offers a water park with a wave pool & lazy river, a natural spring with ‘The Blob’ & rope swing, go-karts, horseback riding, an indoor gymnasium, disc golf, tubing down the Ichetucknee River, and more! 

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CONNECTING

Through chats on the ride-up, huddle time, and late-night talks in your rooms, relationships are forged + deepened!

CAMP PLANS

1

Early Rate: $500 

Registered and paid by

June 10th, 2024

2

Regular Rate: $525

Registered and paid anytime after June 10th, 2024

3

Counselor Rate: $500

The counselor rate is the same whenever they register

Why has the price increased since last summer?  Due to increased costs for Southland to remain at Camp Kulaqua, we have raised the prices to what they are now. We are also going to include the price for tubing so churches don’t have to worry about it at camp.

Please feel free to reach out to Brown Peterson with any questions.

 

The above covers the Southland expenses. Final balance needs to be paid by the early registration deadline of June 10th in order to get the early registration rate.

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ALDO MONDIN

EVENING SPEAKER

Aldo graduated from the University of North Florida in 2015. Aldo attended Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Abby, were involved in RUF in college and have loved it ever since. They have one son: Winston, who always fills their home with laughter. Aldo, enjoys reading, cycling, and watching his beloved soccer team: Liverpool FC. Aldo joined RUF in 2019 and is excited to be the campus minister at USF!

WILL SWARTZ 

WORSHIP LEADER

Will grew up leading worship and attending Redeemer Church in Riverview since he was in middle school when his family moved to Hillsborough County to plant the church. His favorite part of leading worship is freeing God’s people to lift their hearts up to the Lord amidst all the distractions. As a Tampa Bay native, he loves Lightning hockey! He is married to Shauna and recently welcomed their first child Eleanor in May. Will and many of their band members grew up attending Southland Camps where many of them first met Jesus and they believe deeply in its mission, “Connecting Students to Christ & Community.”

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  • How do I register my student/child to attend a Southland event?
    Registration is easy! Hit the "register" link on the event page you would like to register for.
  • Does Southland cover the cost of transportation for churches?
    No. Each parent or church is responsible to cover the cost and transportation needs to get their child/student to and from the event.
  • As a parent, do I send a check to Southland to pay for events?
    No. Payment runs through your church or Student Ministry Leader per event.
  • What is the early registration rate?
    Early registration rate is discounted at $20 per registered event, if registered by the early registration deadline.
  • What is the refund policy for Southland?
    Refunds will be given up to two weeks before the event.
  • How can I be regularly updated about Southland?
    Follow our Instagram (Southland_studentcamps) or email Brandon (brandon@southlandcamps.org) to get signed up for the digital newsletter.
  • If I financially support Southland, is the gift tax deductible?
    Yes! Each gift made to Southland Camps is tax deductible. Thank you for your contribution!
  • Does Southland have a dress code?
    Southland has determined a specific standard of dress for all attendees, including leaders. With all of us working together to uphold this standard, we hope to maintain a focus on what truly matters. This is an advanced notice so that you can pack accordingly. Southland Leaders and staff have the responsibility of asking anyone not in line with the standard of dress to change. We apologize in advance if there are any inconsistencies in addressing the standard of dress for one student and not another. We do rely on you and appreciate your efforts to maintain this standard of dress for the duration of camp. • No revealing or excessively tight clothing • No offensive slogan or profanity on clothing or hats • Shorts should be appropriate length (finger tip) • No sagging pants or shorts • No text on back of shorts or pants • No spaghetti strap tops (all straps should be an inch or two finger tips wide) • No crop tops • Skirts/Dresses must be 3 inch above the knee or longer • No clothing revealing the stomach, bra, or back. • Girls: One piece bathing suit or cover ups when swimming • Guys: No speedos. • Shirts must be worn at all times, except when swimming. • Everyone must wear clothes to and from the pool.
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