Before a boy comes to camp, family workers help prepare his family for the journey at camp. During camp, they stay closely involved with the family, keeping them informed of his progress and helping them prepare for their son’s return home after graduation. But a boy’s return to home, school, and normal life can create some difficult challenges. How do they maintain and then build on the growth that he experienced at camp?
Have you ever wondered what a day at camp is like and how the daily activities at camp prepare a boy for later in life? We get a preview of the boys’ daily routine and how it helps them develop the skills they need to be successful in life. Every day is another step for each boy on the way to a productive and fulfilling life.
A former camper at Fair Play graduates from high school, and his mother and the camp staff reflect on his personal development at camp.
Bob and Sarah tell the story of their son Brad and how God used camp to bring healing to their family.
Brandon tells how camp made him feel loved and accepted, and the Frontiersmen go to Washington in the fall 2016 edition of our newsletter.
Learn about family days, the value of camp trips, and hear about some recent trips from some of the boys, all in this newsletter.
In this newsletter Kyle’s story highlights the journey from being the one in need of life lessons to teaching them, parent group meetings are explained, the need for new buses is discussed, and Josh and Andrea Yoder (Program Director) are introduced.
The Hawkins family shares how Fair Play Camp made a difference in the life of their son Bradley, Executive Director Daniel Hochstetler writes about “Journey and Perspective,” and the Paul and Carolyn Graber family write about their experiences working at camp.