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FRIENDLY PINES CAMP

FIRST TIMER'S GUIDE

SUMMER 2022


CONT ENTS

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2022 DATES + RATES

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OUR SESSIONS

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ACTIVITIES

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FOOD & HEALTH

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CABIN LIFE

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A TYPICAL DAY

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CAMP INFO

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OUR STANDARDS

CAMP + COVID

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"CAMPING..."

OUR STAFF

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CONTACT US

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GREETINGS

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"AN ARIZONA TRADITION"

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THE BROWN & MAY FAMILIES

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PHILOSOPHY & MISSION

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FROM FRIENDLY PINES CAMP AND THE BUD BROWN & JACK MAY FAMILIES I don’t know if my parents ever gave much thought as to whether or not the summer camp they started in the 1940’s would still be going strong 80 years later. I do know, however, the fact that Friendly Pines Camp has flourished for eight decades would make them smile. My parents (Uncle Bud and Brownie) were a wise couple. They knew that the timeless, traditional values upon which Friendly Pines was built were solid enough to weather bad times, changing tastes, and a multitude of diversions. It was, for Uncle Bud and Brownie, a “dream come true,” where the finest summer experiences in wholesome, safe and FUN camping could be offered to all boys and girls.

Thanks to Uncle Bud and Brownie’s inspired vision, it has been the great joy of our family to welcome countless, worldwide families to this heavenly little spot in the mountains of Arizona. For some camp families that joy now spans up to three generations; Yes, we now welcome the grandchildren of our earliest campers. As for our own family, Friendly Pines now includes four generations.

The torch was passed in the mid-60’s to my dear late husband Jack and me, and we’ve been active in FPC’s operation every day since. Our children, Rosemary May Taylor and Christopher May, M.D., represent the third generation, while Megan May (FPC Director), Nick May, Collin Taylor, and Brock Taylor represent the fourth generation. As we prepare to celebrate our camp’s 81st anniversary, the same philosophy lives on, ever true to the founding principles of Uncle Bud and Brownie, to turn childhood moments into life’s rich memories. We warmly invite you to join our summer family at Friendly Pines where, as one camper put it...

"YOUR HEART WILL CALL IT HOME." --Bebe Brown May Owner & Director Emeritus 1934-2021

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GREETINGS


AN ARIZONA TRADITION SINCE 1941 Friendly Pines is nationally known for leadership, location, programming, and progressive standards. In continuous operation since 1941, the camp occupies an ideal location among the tall pines in the Bradshaw Mountain area, just six miles from Prescott and on the border of the Prescott National Forest.

Children thrive in the clear, cool, pollen-free air. At an elevation of 6,300 feet, the nights are crisp with daytime highs usually in the 80’s. Our own deep wells provide an abundance of pure, delicious mountain water. Besides the outdoor setting of fields, lakes, streams and forests, Friendly Pines also is favored in having both an outstanding staff and excellent physical plant; charming redwood buildings provide amply for sleeping, dining, and other needs. Having separate villages for girls and boys, with a single seating in the dining hall, maintains the “family feeling” essential to the best camping experience.

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THE BROWN & MAY FAMILIES UNCLE BUD & BROWNIE Founders Friendly Pines Camp was founded in 1941 by Bud and Isabelle, better known as “Uncle Bud” and “Brownie” around camp. The camp has grown tremendously since their first camping trip here with their children and several of their little friends, and now stands as a monument to their life’s work. Four generations of Arizona youngsters have benefited from their inspiration and devotion.

JACK & BEBE BROWN MAY Owners & Directors Emeriti In the early 1960s, Bebe Brown May and her husband Jack May assumed ownership of the camp from Bebe's father and mother. Throughout both of their lives, Jack & Bebe maintained the camp traditions and built Friendly Pines into what it is today. Jack was a Certified Camp Director (ACA), and brought to Friendly Pines a business background of over 20 years; an education in one of England’s finest schools, and four years active duty as a fighter pilot in the Royal Air Force. With Bebe, the daughter of Uncle Bud and Brownie, and a former teacher and counselor (M.A., Arizona State University) fluent in Spanish (M.I.M., Thunderbird Arizona Graduate School of International Management) as senior director, every phase of the camp operation received her scrupulous personal attention. Jack passed away in 2012, and Bebe followed him to her eternal rest in 2021. We miss them every day.

CHRIS, BARB, MEGAN & NICK MAY Chris, Jack & Bebe's son, is a Diagnostic Radiologist in Scottsdale, AZ. Barb is a homemaker, Megan is the Director at Friendly Pines, and Nick works in the personal finance industry.

ROSEMARY, COLLIN, & BROCK TAYLOR Rosemary, Jack & Bebe's daughter, is the Regional Director of HR at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. Collin is the VP/COO and Founder of a tech & robotics company, and Brock is a freshman at Arizona State University.

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FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED FOR FOUR GENERATIONS


PHILOSOPHY + MISSION NO MATTER WHICH CAMPING PROGRAM YOU CHOOSE FOR YOUR CHILD, YOU’LL WANT TO KNOW THE ORGANIZATION’S GUIDING PHILOSOPHY. AFTER EIGHT DECADES OF CAMPING, FRIENDLY PINES REMAINS FIRMLY FIXED ON A PHILOSOPHY THAT EMBRACES THE FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES:

Maintain a safe, caring environment in which a child feels happy, secure, and appreciated as an individual. Select a staff of outstanding role models, who are worthy of the campers’ trust in them. Offer a non-competitive program allowing each camper to succeed at his or her own pace.

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Provide campers with the opportunity to make meaningful choices. Teach campers the skills required for living in a group setting. Foster campers’ appreciation for the beauty and value of the natural world. Create an environment that encourages independence, self-reliance, and a sense of responsibility. Show campers how to develop their own creative, wholesome forms of entertainment. Help each camper to identify and cherish his or her own unique strengths, talents, and interests, and to seek the best in others. Allow campers to learn by doing. Offer a low-stress, FUN experience that lets children enjoy all of the wonders of childhood!


OUR STANDARDS

Staff are carefully screened for criminal records, substance abuse, and congenial personality, and must be at least 18 years old; Campers receive 24-hour adult supervision; Access into camp is highly controlled, and the public is never allowed on the property; Equipment is up-to-date and well maintained; Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are in every cabin; An M.D. is always on call And at least one R.N. is always on duty at the camp infirmary to administer meds and basic first aid, and to evaluate and monitor the general health of the camp. Standards relating to every phase of the camp organization, personnel, program, health, safety, and physical plant equal or exceed those established by the American Camping Association (ACA), Arizona State Health Department and Yavapai County, all of which accredit Friendly Pines. We are also longstanding and proud members of the Western Association of Independent Camps.

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Safety and security for campers, far more than just a slogan, is the guiding principle by which careful, intelligent and experienced planning takes every possible precaution. Being without serious illness, accident, or incident throughout the camp’s history is a record that speaks for itself.


HELLO! WE'RE MEGAN & ADAM! Megan is our Camp Director, and Adam is our Program Director & New Family Coordinator. We work year round getting camp ready to open each summer: enrolling campers, hiring staff, and improving our program. We will both be working closely with your family in the lead up to camp!

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Camp is truly in Megan’s blood. Starting at age 5, Megan enjoyed 10 summers as a camper before becoming a CIT, an Assistant Counselor, and then Counselor. After graduating from the University of Arizona in 2014, Megan rejoined the FPC staff in 2015 as one of the Assistant Program Directors. In the fall of 2016, she became a year-round staff member as the Assistant Director, and in Fall 2021 became the Camp Director. As the great-granddaughter of Uncle Bud & Brownie, Megan is also a fourth generation family member of the Friendly Pines Camp owners.

Originally hailing from sunny Brisbane, Australia, Adam joined FPC in the summer of 2015 as one of our Waterskiing counselors. He came back again in 2016, then joined the maintenance crew in 2017. In 2019, Adam joined us as an Assistant Program Director, before being promoted to Program Director and New Family Coordinator that fall. He oversees the day to day running of camp, including activities, schedules, and special events. Adam met his wife Valerie at Friendly Pines in 2015, and they were married in 2019 AT camp! He now lives full time in the USA.

megan@friendlypines.com

adam@friendlypines.com


SAYAKA PIERSON

JASON BLAZER

Office Manager

Food Service Manager

sayaka@friendlypines.com medical@friendlypines.com

jason@friendlypines.com

DEREK HASSLER

MARY KEM

Maintenance Director

Ropes Course Director

info@friendlypines.com

info@friendlypines.com

BETH WILLIAMSON

JON WILLIAMSON

Equestrian Director

Equestrian Director

horses@friendlypines.com

horses@friendlypines.com

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OTHER IMPORTANT STAFF MEMBERS


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Session Name

ENROLL BY 10/31/21 & SAVE!

2-WEEK SESSIONS:

1-WEEK SESSIONS: ADVENTURE CAMP*:

Dates

-$100 -$75 -$50

TUITION DISCOUNT PER CAMPER

SUMMER 2022

DATES + RATES

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL!

(*NO DISCOUNT FOR ADVENTURE TRAILS)

Ages

Rate

TWO-WEEK SESSIONS Session 1

Sunday, June 12 - Saturday, June 25, 2022

5 to 14

$2,595

Session 2

Sunday, June 26 - Saturday, July 9, 2022

5 to 14

$2,595

Session 3

Sunday, July 10 - Saturday, July 23, 2022

5 to 14

$2,595

Session Name

Dates

Ages

Rate

Pioneer A

Sunday, June 12 - Saturday, June 18, 2022

5 to 14

$1,575

Pioneer B

Sunday, June 19 - Saturday, June 25, 2022

5 to 14

$1,575

Explorer A

Sunday, June 26 - Saturday, July 2, 2022

5 to 14

$1,575

Explorer B

Sunday, July 3 - Saturday, July 9, 2022

5 to 14

$1,575

Trailseeker A

Sunday, July 10 - Saturday, July 16, 2022

5 to 14

$1,575

Trailseeker B

Sunday, July 17 - Saturday, July 23, 2022

5 to 14

$1,575

Session Name

Dates

Ages

Rate

ADVENTURE WEEK Adventure Camp

Sunday, June 26 - Saturday, July 9, 2022

5 to 14

$1,200

Adventure Trails

Sunday, July 10 - Saturday, July 23, 2022

10 to 16

$1,575

DISCOUNTS* Sibling

2wk Session: -$190

1wk Session: -$110

AdvWeek Session: -$85

Multi-Session

2wk Session: -$190

1wk Session: -$110

AdvWeek Session: -$85

*Sibling discounts automatically applied to the second, third, fourth, etc. child enrolled. When siblings are enrolled in sessions of varying length, the discount is applied to the shorter stay. Multi-session discount added to the shorter of each additional session. CANCELLATION POLICY: You will have until March 1st to cancel without penalty (less a $100 cancellation fee) should you feel the need. After March 1st, your deposit becomes non-refundable; Final payments are due and become non-refundable on May 1st. Tuition insurance is recommended!

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ONE-WEEK SESSIONS


OUR SESSIONS WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THEM ALL? All of our sessions are virtually the same; food and lodging is included, campers live in a cabin of similarly aged children, and they participate in a variety of different activities as well as the evening activities like the Round Dance, Carnival, and Rendezvous.

TWO-WEEK SESSIONS

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A 13-night program where boys and girls ages 5-14 get to create their own daily schedule by choosing from our 30+ activity offerings. This is our most popular program, as the children get a real taste of the camp magic, and is a great option even for first-time campers! Our most popular sessions.

ONE-WEEK SESSIONS A 6-night program similar to our two-week session, just in half the time. One-week campers do have some specific one-week activities (horses, target sports, ropes course), but also do get mixed in with the two-week campers for most other activities (hiking, water sports, arts & crafts, etc.). The names of the sessions (Pioneer vs. Explorer or Trailseeker A vs. Trailseeker B) are simply used to determine the specific session in question; there is no real difference between any of the different weeks. A popular session with our first-time campers.


ADVENTURE WEEK ADVENTURE CAMP A 6-night traditional Friendly Pines Camp program where boys and girls, ages 5-14, will have their favorite activities daily and still have the chance to try new activities each day as well; this is the only major difference from a one-week session, and allows the campers to have 5 activity periods in a day instead of 4. Popular with returning and first-time campers alike.

A 6-night program for boys and girls, ages 1016, that focuses on horseback riding, horsemanship, and horse care. All skills taught are to prepare campers for a two-day, overnight horseback trip. Campers that love horses, have extensive prior experience with horses, and want to ride all day, every day usually go for this session. Previous horse riding experience & extensive time spent around horses necessary for participation.

SESSION STATS SESSION SIZE:

120-200 CAMPERS PER SESSION

CABIN RATIO FOR 6 CAMPERS 6-8 YEAR OLDS: TO 1 COUNSELOR 8 CAMPERS CABIN RATIO FOR TO 1 (SOMETIMES 2) 9+ YEAR OLDS: COUNSELOR(S)

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ADVENTURE TRAILS


HIKING SWIMMING ROPES COURSE TOMAHAWKS FENCING SPORTS SEWING CANOEING ARTS & CRAFTS ARCHERY NATURE STUDY

ACTIVITIES

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EACH CAMPER CHOOSES FROM A LONG LIST OF ACTIVITIES...

OUTDOOR SKILLS

PERFORMING ARTS RIFLERY HORSEBACK RIDING & MORE! ...WE THEN CREATE AN INDIVIDUAL SCHEDULE FOR EACH CAMPER


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WHAT KIND OF FOOD IS SERVED AT CAMP?

We also provide two snacks per day, one in the morning in between activity periods, and one right after Siesta in the afternoon. Examples of snacks include: AM Snack: trail mix, graham crackers, Goldfish PM Snack: cantaloupe, watermelon, grapes

CAN CAMPERS BRING SNACKS? CAN I SEND THEM FOOD? We have a no-outside-food policy at camp. Critters and forest animals are notorious for finding food if it's kept in the cabins. We also do not sell snacks in our camp store. Our 3 meals a day + 2 snacks always provide plenty of food for our campers and staff. It's hard to 'go hungry' at camp!

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CAN YOU ACCOMMODATE FOOD ALLERGIES, DIETARY RESTRICTIONS, OR SPECIAL DIETS? Yes! We are able to accommodate a wide variety of dietary restrictions (e.g. lactose-free, dairy-free), food allergies (e.g. gluten allergy, soy allergy), and special diets (e.g. vegetarians, vegans, pescatarians, no red meat). We are a nut-free camp, so peanut and other nut allergy campers are encouraged to attend! If your camper has a food allergy and has snacks/brands that work for them & that they particularly like, we can arrange for you to send an assortment that we'll store in an isolated area of the kitchen for your camper, allowing them access to their additional snack options at meal times.

MY CAMPER TAKES REGULAR MEDICATION; CAN YOU ADMINISTER THESE MEDS WHILE THEY'RE AT CAMP? You will indicate any regular medication and dosage on your camper's Health History form. Upon arrival at camp, their meds will be collected and stored under lock and key in our Camp Medical Center (Infirmary). Our medical staff will administer meds according to the dosage and instructions indicated by a medical professional on their medical form. Medications will not be kept in the cabin/administered solely by the camper! For all medication, whether it's prescription, over the counter, vitamins, supplements, etc., campers must have a signed doctor's order accompanying the medication. We unfortunately cannot administer any medication without a signed order and instructions.

FOOD & HEALTH

We have always been highly complimented on the quality of food that we serve at camp. Each day, our amazing kitchen staff churns out 3 hot, nutritious, and DELICIOUS meals for over 300 people. Typical fare can include: Breakfast: hotcakes, eggs & bacon, oatmeal Lunch: grilled cheese & soup, gyros, pizza Dinner: lasagna, tacos, "Thanksgiving Dinner"


Every camp has its own method of making cabin assignments for the child’s living group, but in all cases it should be based upon our goal of each child functioning at his/her best level.

Our typical consideration order for cabin assignments is as follows:

1. GENDER, 2. AGE, 3. GRADE

CAN CAMPERS REQUEST TO BE IN THE SAME CABIN AS A FRIEND OR SIBLING? We are usually able to accommodate cabin requests. We ask that you limit your camper's cabin mate requests to not more than two other campers, for a total request group of three campers. We must consider the experience of the campers in the cabin who are not part of this circle of friends. Should the request be greater than three total campers, we may call to discuss possible alternatives or our expectations for behavior and inclusion. There rarely is, but if there is a problem with your request, we will be in touch to talk about it. Be aware that the older camper is moved down to be in a cabin with the younger camper, not vice-versa. So for example, if you have two campers that are friends, where one is 13 years old and the other is 11 years old, the 13 year old would be moved down to a cabin full of 11 year olds. Sometimes the “being together” is less important to the older child than being placed with their own age/grade level might be! There is a place to make a bunk mate request during the online enrollment process. Please send us a “reminder” email 3 or 4 days before your camper's arrival to info@friendlypines.com. This includes requests already made, as friends and interests can change!

WHAT IF MY CAMPER DOESN'T KNOW ANYONE GOING INTO CAMP? In our experience, more than half of first-time campers come to camp without knowing another soul. These campers do just fine and make plenty of friends in their cabins and activities. In fact, we've even been told before that returning campers sometimes like the fact that they have two 'sets' of friends: one group for school/home and one for camp! We strongly feel that 'not knowing anyone' should not be a reason to refrain from sending your camper to camp! Kids are resilient, and they will adapt to the "scariness" of not knowing anyone quickly!

WHAT ARE THE CABINS LIKE? Our cabins are rustic, but comfortable. All of the cabins have electricity, hot water, and a full indoor bathroom (toilet, sink, shower). Most have wooden floors and twinsized bunk beds, but size and layout varies. We do not have air conditioning in the cabins, but all do have fans and screened windows.

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CABIN LIFE

HOW DO YOU ASSIGN CABINS?


A TYPICAL DAY @ FPC 7:00 AM

RISING BELL

7:30 AM

CLEAN-UP BELL FOR BREAKFAST

7:35 AM

FLAG RAISING ON BALL FIELD

7:45 AM

BREAKFAST

8:30 AM

CABIN CLEAN-UP

9:10 AM

READY BELL FOR ACTIVITIES

9:20 AM

FIRST ACTIVITY PERIOD BEGINS

10:20 AM

FIRST ACTIVITY PERIOD ENDS; AM SNACK

10:30 AM

SECOND ACTIVITY PERIOD BEGINS

11:30 AM

SECOND ACTIVITY PERIOD ENDS

11:30 AM

CABIN RE-GROUP

AFTER RE-GROUP

CABIN FREE-TIME

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11:50 AM

CLEAN-UP BELL FOR LUNCH

12:00 PM

LUNCH

1:00 PM

SIESTA IN CABINS

2:10 PM

SIESTA ENDS; PM SNACK

2:20 PM

THIRD ACTIVITY PERIOD BEGINS

3:20 PM

THIRD ACTIVITY PERIOD ENDS

3:30 PM

FOURTH ACTIVITY PERIOD BEGINS

4:30 PM

FOURTH ACTIVITY PERIOD ENDS

4:30 PM

CABIN RE-GROUP; MAIL TIME

AFTER RE-GROUP

CABIN FREE-TIME

5:10 PM

CLEAN-UP BELL FOR DINNER

5:15 PM

FLAG LOWERING ON BALL FIELD

5:30 PM

DINNER

7:00 PM

EVENING ACTIVITY

8:10 PM

RETIRE TO CABINS & GET READY FOR BED

9:00 PM

LIGHTS OUT


WEATHER & CLIMATE We are blessed with perfect days throughout most of the year. Our summer highs are usually in the mid- to upper-80ºFs, and nights can be as cool as the low-60ºFs. There are an average of 277 days of sunshine a year in Prescott. Our cabins do not have air conditioning, but they are equipped with fans. Cabin windows also open and the screens provide a comforting air flow.

TECHNOLOGY

VISITING CAMP Prospective families are welcome to see the grounds during the fall/winter/spring. You must book an individual camp tour ahead of time but you are definitely welcome to come see the grounds! We also have an annual Open House event that you can attend. Your family is welcome to come to either or both! There are no visiting times while camp is in session. You will be able to walk around and see the camp when you drop off and/or pick up your camper at camp.

We are a tech-free camp! Instead, campers are encouraged to spend time outdoors, interacting with their peers and counselors, and participating in the wide variety of fun and unique activities we offer! There simply isn't enough time in the day for anything that has a screen, as our days are positively jam-packed with things that are way more fun than scrolling through phones or surfing the internet or playing video games.

We do not allow campers to bring electronic devices of any sort. This includes, but is not limited to cell phones, computers, laptops, video game consoles, tablets, Kindles/e-readers, etc.

COMMUNICATION Unfortunately, calling your camper directly is not an option. You may, however, call the camp and speak with a staff member who can tell you how your camper is doing. Snail mail is by far the most popular method of corresponding with campers. Campers love getting letters during mail time, which takes place at 4:30PM every day except Sunday. You can also send emails to your camper! We will print them off, fold them in half, and file them in with the rest of the cabin’s mail.

MAILING 933 E. FRIENDLY PINES RD. ADDRESS: PRESCOTT, AZ 86303

CAMPER CAMPER@FRIENDLYPINES.COM EMAILS:

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We do get monsoons in the late summer; usually after the 4th of July through the end of September. As surprising as it might seem, rain jackets are a must-pack item for camp, regardless of what session you attend!


CAMP + COVID UNFORTUNATELY, THERE IS A CHANCE COVID-19 COULD STILL BE AN ISSUE IN 2022 AND BEYOND... We ran a HUGELY successful camp program in 2021, mitigating risk while focusing on fun and connection. If nothing changes significantly by Summer 2022, we have plans in place to ensure we will be able to care for your children.

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Please know that if COVID-19 is still a risk, we will take conservative safety measures to ensure our programs are as safe as possible for your family. Community health and risk management have always been paramount for us, but COVID-19 has demonstrated the importance of parent partnership on an unprecedented level. If the virus is still a threat, participation in FPC's programs will require you and your family to help us keep our camp community safe from outbreaks.

Possible COVID policies (several of which were in place for our 2021 season) we may need to implement in 2022 and future summers, should we deem it necessary: PCR Testing before arrival at camp Social distancing efforts Wearing masks in mixedgroup, indoor situations Requiring staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID Encouraging campers (that are eligible) to get vaccinated (but not requiring COVID vaccinations for campers) Keeping campers in their cabin groups for the first few days of camp & having them follow a set schedule (but then allowing them to move into individual-choice schedules after we've passed the point of symptoms showing up) Possibly more, depending on local, state, and CDC guidance

FRIENDLY PINES CAMP WILL KEEP FAMILIES INFORMED ON OUR CURRENT STATUS FOR COVID POLICIES GOING INTO SUMMER You will have until March 1st to cancel without penalty (less a $100 cancellation fee) should you feel the need. After March 1st, your deposit becomes non-refundable; Final payments are due and become non-refundable on May 1st.Tuition insurance is recommended!


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CAMPING...

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...A MAGIC WORLD COMPOUNDED OF VIBRANT BLUE SKIES, MOUNTAINTOP VIEWS, THE RUSTLE OF CLEAR WATER OVER A CREEK BED, COMPANIONSHIP IN THE FOREST, FLICKERING CAMPFIRE LIGHT AGAINST THE TALL PINES, THE WONDER OF WILD ANIMALS DISCOVERED IN THEIR NATURAL HOME - AND FINALLY THAT INNER SENSE OF GROWTH AND ACCOMPLISHMENT THAT COMES WITH PROGRESS MADE TOWARD NEW SKILLS AND NEW CONFIDENCE GAINED UNDER KINDLY, UNDERSTANDING COUNSEL – THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY YOUR CHILD DESERVES!


933 E FRIENDLY PINES RD PRESCOTT, AZ 86303 USA (928) 445 2128 HTTPS://FRIENDLYPINES.COM INFO@FRIENDLYPINES.COM FRIENDLY PINES CAMP @FRIENDLYPINESCAMP

ENROLL TODAY! FRIENDLYPINES.CAMPBRAINREGISTRATION.COM

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