Doris Todd Christian Academy Offers Youth Summer Camp
Christian Youth Ministries of Hawaii (CYMOH), Doris Todd Christian Academy and Paipala Church will once again offer summer camps for children in grades one through 12.
The organizations have offered these summer camps for the past 60 years.
Founded by Liberty University Professors Bob and Brenda Bonheim, CYMOH is now run by
their son, Corey, and his wife, Elizabeth.
Camp organizers reach out to local neighborhoods, seeking participants for two youth camps held on the Doris Todd Campus in Pā‘ia.
CYMOH also recruits volunteer high school graduates, college students and others, inviting them to come to Maui for a month of summer service projects, including painting and repairs.
Session 1 for grades one through five (campers must have completed those grades) will be held from July 2 to 5, 2017.
Session 2 will be held for grades six through 12 (campers must have completed those grades) from July 6 to 9, 2017.
Each of the camps includes an overnighter, beach trips and other recreational and educational activities.
Age-appropriate Bible studies, crafts, sports, team competitions and a variety of other activities will be offered.
The fee for the camps includes meals, snacks, insurance, activities, activity transportation and a T-shirt.
All participants must provide their own tent for this camp.
The preregistration deadline is Tuesday, June 27.
Doris Todd Christian Academy is located at 519 Baldwin Ave.
More information and registration is available at the Doris Todd Christian Academy office and by calling 579-9237 or 575-2162.