The Southeastern California Conference Camporee is held in the Southeastern California Conference territory and provides opportunity for the Pathfinders to broaden their experience. It gives Pathfinder leaders a chance to compare notes with other leaders. The Pathfinders are able to expand their personal friendships when they meet young people from other clubs and are also able to demonstrate their special skills and achievements.
The club director or secretary must submit the online registration form fifteen (15) days before the event. Registration deadline has been extended to Wednesday, October 28. Clubs registering after the deadline will lose 25 points for late registration. Let us know what your projected numbers are. Actual numbers are given when the club director/secretary registers on-site. The club director or secretary should go immediately to registration headquarters to register their club at campsite #5 and confirm numbers.
Rancho Jurupa Park charges a day-use fee of $6 per adult and $3 per child, 2-12 years; under 2 is free (subject to change) when dropping off supplies, Pathfinders and visitors. This fee will also be charge to those visiting on Friday and Sabbath.
If you are wanting to pay by church check, at the door (cash or church check), or bill the church, please select "show other payment options" and then "Pay Offline." The choices are at the end of the registration page.
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The Pathfinder Club, a church-centered recreational-spiritual program, is designed for both boys and girls. The program offers action, adventure, challenge, and group activities that produce team spirit and loyalty to the church. Pathfinders are encouraged to complete their class studies to learn more about Jesus, by digging deep into the Bible and into God's second book, nature. One of the Pathfinder Clubs' basic purposes is to fulfill the Elijah message of Malachi in which the "hearts of the parents are turned toward their children and the hearts of the children are turned to their parents." As parents and church members work, worship, and play together with the Pathfinders, the so-called generation gap disappears in a bond of common experience. Children learn best by example; the whole Pathfinder philosophy is built on this idea. It is important, then, that spiritually committed, dedicated leaders of high principles be chosen to work with the Pathfinders.