Since today was sleep-in day, Mike Bill changed the schedule a bit. The campers all had a chance to take part in three different sessions. These included a challenge course with Julio Nieves, a music class with Danny Zayas, and a work session with Mike Bill. Though the campers gained much from all three sessions, they especially liked helping Mike in the work session. The campers helped Mike Bill had recreate the Chapel by the Stream near the camping area. Some of you Delanco old-timers will remember the chapel from long ago. Mike’s work session is a perfect example of what 1 Timothy 4:12 says: “Don’t let anyone think less of you because you are young. Be an example to all believers in what you say, in the way you live, in your love, your faith, and your purity.” The campers got to be a part of something great that will last for a long time.
Planned recreation was eight-way soccer; the players used eight nets instead of two, but the same rules applied. Team 3 won with the least amount of goals scored against them. During free time, the campers participated in a Corn Hole tournament; Corn Hole is a game where you have to get beanbags into a hole cut out of a board that’s raised on one end. As for the winner, you’ll have to check back tomorrow since the tournament is still ongoing.
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