(This page will be updated throughout the 2021 summer program with the most recent postings first. Check back for more postings!)
2021 SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM
[Chronicle, June 22, 2021] Camp Mokule'ia kicked off the 2021 summer camp program with its largest gathering of young campers in recent history. After a year of disappointing cancellations, lockdowns, and restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021 is looking a lot brighter!
The first camp was held June 6-11, for all three age groups: Elementary, Middle School and High School. Due to an overwhelming response, Camp Mokule'ia added a fourth camp date in July where you can still register your children. For more information, go to their website HERE.
Day Camps are also being held at several churches throughout the Diocese, and are run by Camp staff. Scholarships are available for all youth in the Diocese through their church. Please check with your youth leader, priest or church administrator for more information.
Day Camp at Holy Apostles, Hilo: June 28-July 2
Six youth campers joined Camp Mokule'ia staff at Church of the Holy Apostles in Hilo for water play in the afternoon and a variety of fun learning activities during the rest of the day. Led by James Williams from Camp Mokule'ia, every day was filled with learning, laughter and praising God. Judging by how much the young campers ate, lunch time was a definite highlight of the day. The campers even celebrated a birthday party. Each camper blew out a single candle on their own cupcake. Thanks to our parents who let their children spend a full week with our camp staff. (Story and photos by Lindy Marzo, Holy Apostles)
Camp #1: June 6-11
Elementary, Middle School & High School
Video clip of Fr. Mark Haworth leading the group with "Lean on Me."