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Camp Chris

Camp Chris Williams 2015 will be a week-long camp for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth, ages 11-17, July 5-11, 2015

$400 fee registration. $375 for early bird registration,(before April 30, 2015) $425 Late Registration (after June 5, 2015), or until camp is filled.

Registration will be on-line. A deposit is required at the time of registration, and payment plans are available. (Coming soon!)

D/HH Children ages 11-17

Please click here to view the flyer.

Location: at Camp Tuhsmeheta (Camp T) in 10500 Lincoln Lake Rd. NE, Greenville, MI 48838

Dates of Camp: 7/5-11/15

  • Check in: 3 PM July 5, 2015
  • Check out: 10 AM July 11,2015

For questions about Camp Chris:

Staff application Deadline: May 15, 2015.

All Staff report 10 AM July 5, 2015 for Orientation.


Scholarhips: Families needing financial assistance. heck with local service Clubs, (Camp Chris & Camp T where started by Lions Clubs, so we suggest you start there.) The vast majority of campers receive scholarships from their local Lions clubs. :-) To sign up, you may pay a deposit to hold your spot, $50-$100. It may be easier for families to receive scholarships if the funders know they are paying for part of the cost.

Lions Club Locator can help: https://directory.lionsclubs.org/

Other local community service clubs that have also scholarshiped campers in the past:
If you need transportation, please let the club sponsoring your child know right away. They may be able to help!


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