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Information Date | July 9-14, 2018 Location | Montreat, North Carolina | Access a campus map Activities | High ropes, swimming, talent show, bible studies, worship, and of course, lots of running! Participants High School Cross Country Runners (9th-12th grade) A limited number of spots will be available to middle school runners with prior running experience. All middle school runners must be accompanied by an adult for the duration of camp. This can be a parent or a coach if it is a team. Fees This residential camp will include clean, air-conditioned dorm rooms (double occupancy required in each room- bunk beds) in Montreat College’s Davis Hall and three all-you-can-eat meals per day in the Howerton Dining Hall, continental breakfast bar, deli and fruit bar, and catered meals. Your camp fee will also cover all activities and your awesome annual camp t-shirt! There is a $100.00 deposit to secure your spot, which is required within two weeks of registering. The remaining balance is due at check-in. Cost per camper: $500.00 Cost per coach: $350.00 or FREE with 7 paid runners Cost per parent (middle school only): $350.00 Limited scholarships are available based on financial need, and will be offered at the discretion of the Coaching Staff. Gift Bags! Each runner will receive a super cool camp t-shirt, Montreat College souvenir, and all lecture handouts/materials. There may be a few extra surprises thrown in! Staff Coming Soon! Schedule Camp check-in | Monday, July 9, 10am-12pm at Howerton Hall porch. Camp check-out | Saturday, July 14, 8am-10am, Davis Hall What to Bring All campers are asked to: Bring your Bibles! Come prepared to train! Pack ample running clothes and proper shoes! 2 pairs of running shoes are recommended Arrive with a positive attitude and willingness to be challenged! Bring TWO towels! One for showers and one for soaking in the creek! Extra cash (not too much) for any trips we make into Black Mountain/Asheville Benadryl (for bee stings, or if you deal with allergies, etc) What not to Bring Please DO NOT bring: Any valuables/wallets/purses/excessive cash A poor attitude and laziness! TVs or Video Games (forget about it!) Jewelry Cell phones are allowed and campers are encouraged to use them only to check in with family throughout the week…and maybe to grab a few pictures of the beautiful mountain scenery! Contact For any inquiries contact Jason Lewkowicz (Camp Director) at

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