Monday, January 21, 2008

Year in Review, Part 20

Family Camp, September 2007

Our church hosts an annual Family Camp with Keith Daniel, a preacher from South Africa as the featured speaker every year. (I already posted about family camp last fall, so this will be short on details, long on pictures...) It's always a challenge to coordinate meals, lodging, meetings, activities, etc for several hundred people, but it's a lot of fun to meet them all. This year we had families from Tennessee, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas come to camp, as well as local people.

What would we have done without Mrs. Greer coordinating meals, and these faithful chefs helping her??

Jon serves up a plate for someone. Meal time in the cafeteria is crazy, noisy, and a lot of fun! The little ones always beg to help serving food, too. Sometimes it's a challenge to find something that they can do without slowing down the line, but they feel so important when they are allowed to put a piece of garlic bread on each plate, or serve brownies. : )

Family Camp is a great time to catch up with old friends and meet new ones!


Anonymous said...

What fun memories it brings back to see pictures of camp. Ready for this years camp, Mary? You did such a good job last year cooridinating the registration...

It's so good to see pictures of the guys in aprons...proves they can work in the kitchen. :)


Anonymous said...

I love my apron!