Little Prairie Application

2021 LPBC APPLICATION FORM

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Little Prairie Bible Camp is dedicated to helping young people grow spiritually, socially, physically and mentally.

Our facilities are located seven miles east of Rolla, Missouri on County Road 2250. 
(Take Exit 189 from I-44 - Turn onto Hwy. V and take north outer road east next to Love’s Truck Stop. From outer road turn left onto RA, turn right onto Co. Rd. 2240. Go straight into camp entrance.)


FACILITIES
The campus includes a craft facility, hiking trails, cabins, swimming pool, soccer, Ga Ga Ball pit, basketball and volleyball courts, multi-purpose building, chapel pavilion, amphitheater, caretaker’s house and shower houses.


A DAY AT CAMP INCLUDES:
Bible classes, chapel, singing, crafts, devotionals, segregated swimming, skits, volleyball, sports, talent shows, theme nights and games.


RESPONSIBILITIES
Little Prairie Bible Camp carries secondary insurance. Each camper is insured for accidents or injury only for the amount that the family medical insurance will not cover. In case of emergency, campers will be taken to Phelps Health in Rolla.


CAMP SESSIONS
Each session is limited to the first 100 registrations. To insure your first choice, we urge you to mail your application and medical form immediately.


Camp Fees are:
$105 per week, per camper, for all sessions except for Day Camp, which is $50 per camper.
This includes all meals, T-Shirt, crafts, canteen and group picture. ($25 non refundable deposit required for all sessions.)

  • Session 1: June 1-4 Day Camp Age 5-2nd Gr., Must be 5 by 8/1
  • Session 2: June 6-11 Junior Week Grades 6-8
  • Session 3: June 13-18 Primary Week Grades 3-5
  • Session 4: June 27-July 2 Combined Week Grades 5-12
  • Session 5: July 25-31 Senior Week Grades 9-12


DRESS CODE

Modest dress is emphasized. Shorts length must come down half way between thigh and knee. SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRTS OR BLOUSES ARE SUGGESTED AND MUST BE APPROPRIATE AT DIRECTOR’S DISCRETION! One piece swimsuits are required. Cover-ups going to and from the pool and shower house will be required.

(NOTE: Any swimsuit that is not appropriate will require shorts and shirt.)


Label all personal items. No radios, or electronic devices, cell phones, fireworks, tobacco, illegal drugs or controlled substances are permitted. NO candy or food is allowed in the cabins. All car keys must be turned in to the director.


PLEASE NO PETS ALLOWED!


DURING CAMP SESSIONS,
SEND MAIL FOR CAMPERS TO:

LPBC
13616 CR 2250
ST. JAMES, MO 65559



ITEMS TO BRING TO CAMP
  • BIBLE, Paper, Pencils
  • Pillow and Bedding Toilet Articles
  • Swimsuits and Robe or Cover-Up
  • Towels Sunscreen
  • Tennis Shoes
  • Ball Glove (optional)
  • Flashlight
  • Insect Repellent Laundry Bag
  • Clothes (T-Shirts)
  • Sweater or Jacket

FOR EMERGENCY USE ONLY:
Camp phone number is:
573-265-7467



Campers:
Camp registration is from 2:00 to 4:00 on the first day of camp (except Day Camp).


Visitors: 

For security reasons, visitors are welcome at camp only for pick up on Friday. Visitors must check in with the director upon arrival.


Parents: 

Be at the camp by 3:00 p.m. on Friday to pick your child up, unless director specifies a different time.


A Note from the Board...

We want to strongly encourage full participation of campers in each day’s activities. It helps LPBC to maintain a high level of spirituality and continuity. We appreciate your efforts in helping us achieve this. 



LPBC RESERVES THE RIGHT TO USE ANY CAMP PHOTOS FOR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES.
(FACILITIES AND SERVICES AVAILABLE WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, AGE, GENDER OR HANDICAP.)

www.littleprairie.org



Little Prairie Bible Camp

Head Lice Policy

Little Prairie Bible Camp is committed to providing every camper the best and safest possible camp experience. Each camper, counselor, and staff member will be examined for head lice upon arrival to camp. If nits (eggs) or lice are present, those infested will be sent home (No exceptions, we’re sorry) and they are not allowed to return for that week. They may return to a later session if they are totally free of nits or lice. We want each camper’s time at camp to be a pleasant and enjoyable experience, so please take the following precautionary measures to see that your camper is ready for the best camp experience:
  1. Parents should do a head lice check on their campers two weeks before camp. Administer treatment if detected.
  2. Parents should do a head lice check on their campers on the day of departure to make sure no one is infested. We have provided the following information to help you in your head lice check.

What are head lice?
Head lice are small grayish-white insects, which are found in the hair, behind the ears, and on the nape of the neck. They live on human blood and their bites cause itching and scratching. These bites can lead to infection.

How can they be recognized?
The adult louse is about the size of a sesame seed. They attach their eggs (called nits) to strands of hair close to the scalp. Nits are tiny, pearl gray, oval-shaped specks that are attached firmly to the hair. These may hatch in 1 week, but have been known to survive for 10 days. Frequent scratching of the head is usually the first clue of infestation.

How long does it take from exposure to infestation?
One to two weeks.

When are they contagious?
As long as there are live lice and eggs.


For treatment of head lice see: www.mothersagainstheadlice.org