The second week of kid’s summer camps sponsored by IBSA have started out with record breaking camp attendances at both Lake Sallateeska and Streator Baptist Camps. Truly praiseworthy are the 10 salvation decisions made in the first few days of camp this week at the Lake Sallateeska location.
IBSA’s Jack Lucas said the attendance for both camps has “set a record for the five years” he’s organized them.
The 140 campers and volunteers at Lake Sallateeska mainly hail from churches in the Nine Mile Baptist Association. The camp runs from June 19-23 and campers must have completed grades three through six to attend.
This week, Streator Baptist Camp has a record attendance of 60 campers and volunteers largely from Heartland Baptist Network. Camp began June 20 and runs through June 24. Campers must have completed grades three through 12 to attend.
There are still more opportunities to attend IBSA summer camps for kids and students at both camp locations through the end of July. For more information visit, IBSA.org/2022camps.
Super Summer 2022 also has a near record enrollment. “We are six short of the record high attendance set last year,” said Lucas. In 2021, 186 students participated in the Christian training and leadership experience. Super Summer, which begins June 28 and runs through July 2, is being held at Hannibal-LaGrange University in Hannibal, Mo. For more information and to register, go to www.IBSA.org/SuperSummer.