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DRAFT SCHEDULE

Wednesday afternoon

Camp Ground Opens at 3:00PM

Thursday Evening Devotions 7:00 pm @ Shelter

Friday Morning Devotions 10:00 am @ Shelter

Friday Afternoon Homemade Ice Cream 1:30 pm @ Shelter

Friday 6:00 pm Group Meal @ Shelter

Friday Evening Evening Devotion 7:30 pm @ Shelter

Saturday Noon Meal 12:00 am @ Shelter

Traditional “cream can stew”.  All ingredients for stew are provided.

Medicine Lodge Camp Ground* 1.5 hours from Powell

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Wednesday 3:00 PM Camp Opens

Thursday Evening Devotions 7:00 pm @ Shelter

Pastor Matt Davis (Helena Reformed Baptist Church)

What the Word of God Does Part I: The Word of God Kills

Friday Afternoon Homemade Ice Cream 1:30 PM @ Shelter

Friday 6:00 PM Group Meal @ Shelter

Cook your own meat on the shelter grill and bring a side or dessert to share

Friday Evening Evening Devotion 7:30 PM @ Shelter

Pastor Matt Davis (Helena Reformed Baptist Church)

What the Word of God Does Part II: The Word Makes Alive the New Man

Saturday Noon Meal 12:00 PM @ Shelter

Traditional “cream can stew”.  All ingredients for stew are provided.

Saturday Afternoon Final Clean Up @ 3:00 PM

This is an informal time to enjoy extended fellowship as we camp together. Most of the time is unstructured and conducive for most camping activities. With gorgeous hills and a mountain stream nearby, hiking and swimming are favorite activates. Volleyball is also an activity which has produced decades of bragging rights and fun camp stories. There are several road and paths for biking and casual strolls.

Most of the meals are on your own with the exception of Friday night and Saturday at noon. Friday night each family brings and cooks their own meat and also brings a side or dessert to share. Saturday lunch is a "cream can stew" which is prepared by the Lands with our help cutting and pealing vegetables. Typically we can use fire pits to cook which are spread throughout the campground. There are not enough pits for each family to have their own so it is custom to share the pits with those camping in your area.

The campground has ample room for campers and tent camping.  There is a water tap to fill water jugs and a few electric outlets in the shelter. The days are hot and nights are cool. Bring a lawn chair and your Bible to the teaching times. We look forward to fellowshipping with you.


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* https://wyoparks.wyo.gov/index.php/places-to-go/medicine-lodge