Summer camp set for July 8-19

By: The Anson Record
Contributed Photo Health and reading camp teacher, Carlene Rodgers, shows campers how heart valves work being using a check valve used for pumping. -

Pathway to Peace Ministries’ Youth Force Bible and Health 2019 summer camp will be July 8-19.

The camp runs Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. It is a free summer camp for children ages 5 to 13, and it will be held at the community building on the corner of Sikes Ave. and Stahl St.

Pathway to Peace Ministries has conducted summer camps in Anson County since 2007.

“It’s our goal to teach your children about ultimate success physically, spiritually, and mentally through healthy living education, math, reading, exercise, and Bible classes,” said Cary Rodgers, Pastor of Pathway to Peace Ministries. “Training our youth how to make the right choices is extremely important for the vitality of our children and community.”

Rodgers added that lifestyles choices of today will determine your child’s success now and in the future.

“Healthy living classes are given because teaching children how to make the right healthy choices now can avoid deadly diseases such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer,” he said. “It is a true learning experience.”

A healthy breakfast and lunch will be provided to the children each day.

“This year’s camp is definitely one that you do not want to miss,” Rodgers said.

Contributed Photo
Health and reading camp teacher, Carlene Rodgers, shows campers how heart valves work being using a check valve used for pumping.
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Health and reading camp teacher, Carlene Rodgers, shows campers how heart valves work being using a check valve used for pumping.

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