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25 Signs You're Ready for Summer

by Stacie Hoppman on March 11,2016 in Camp Talk with No Comments

25 Signs You're Ready for Summer

You started wearing shorts and a t-shirt once the temperature got above 50 degrees. You get visibly excited whenever someone talks about the last day of school. Whenever you’re inside, you just stare out the window and wish you were outside. You changed your Facebook cover photo to a picture of you and your friends last... read more

Psalm 61 ... Lead Me To The Rock

by Stacie Hoppman on February 9,2016 in Growing Faith with 2 Comments

Psalm 61 ... Lead Me To The Rock

Hear my cry, O God Attend unto my prayer From the ends of the earth My cry comes unto Thee And when my heart is overwhelmed Lead me to the Rock that is higher than I That is higher than I   For Thou has been A shelter unto me A strong tower From the... read more

22 Things I Wish I Knew Then: Advice from CW Summer Staff

by Stacie Hoppman on January 6,2016 in Camp Staff Summer Camp with No Comments

22 Things I Wish I Knew Then: Advice from CW Summer Staff

We asked our summer staff what they wished they had known at the beginning of the summer, before they started working at camp. They had quite a lot to say to their former selves! And we realized it was also great advice for anyone thinking about working at camp for the first time. Here are... read more

Christmas Gifts for Campers

by Stacie Hoppman on December 1,2015 in Camp Talk Parents with No Comments

It’s that time of year when stores start putting out Christmas decorations, Christmas music plays on the radio, and kids begin writing up their Christmas lists. So, if you have a camper at home that just can’t wait for Christmas, consider some of these great camp gifts! 1. A Camp Wyoming hoodie – maybe during... read more

Camp Wyoming Alumni: Staying Connected

by Stacie Hoppman on November 9,2015 in Camp Staff Camp Talk Growing Faith with No Comments

Camp Wyoming Alumni: Staying Connected

We at Camp Wyoming would like to imagine that you will never grow up, never stop coming every summer, never move away or study abroad or chase your own adventure that takes you far from Iowa. It’s a sad fact, though, (and a good fact, too) that the kids who grow up here, coming with... read more