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Volunteer at Christian camp Kanakuk Kamps

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Written by Jyrell Wynn, Staff Writer

Boredom isn’t an excuse in the summer anymore thanks to Kanakuk Kamps and Kids across America, a Christian Sports camp, which engages minors in fun activities and ministry.

Kanakuk Kamps hosted an event at Bailey Science Center on Nov 12. Brianna Blackshear, a senior Art major, introduced the seminar about the camp, whose mission is to transform the next generation to reach the world for Christ.

Cassandra McBride, a senior public relations major, got valuable experience from camp while helping her grow spiritually and build connections.

Jalessa Evans, a senior communications major, served as a cook as well as spreading the gospel to thousands of children.

“When I see the camp, I see generations being restored and quipped to equipping more generations to camp. It’s a life changing experience,” said Evans.

Counseling kids in activities, overseeing meal preparation, and recording videos of active campers are some of the opportunities to get involved.

If you’re interested in having fun and praising God, apply online at applyatkamp.com by Feb. 1.

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