Violet Tubby Camp Fund

We would really like to continue to celebrate Violet Tubby’s Life and time that God permitted us to enjoy her presence, with being able to send deserving kids to camp. If you were around her very long you would realize her life certainly was worth celebrating. This little girl has spent her whole summer loving camp for the past 4 years, and it is unbelievable how she will be missed! She always included other kids with activities or to sit with at meals, or just be a friend.

She was a take-charge little 8-year-old last summer, whom we figured could run the camp one day because she could get what she wanted done! The family, have requested and would love to see Violet Tubby Camp Fund be able to send some well-deserving kids to camp who may not be able to otherwise enjoy camp as Violet did! She always would talk about kids she wished could come to camp with her because of things she had heard from her friends!

If you choose to help Violet send kids to camp, you can use the form below, or you can e-transfer frontiertrails@on.aibn.com and let us know that it is for Violet and it will be put in a fund to send kids to camp. You will receive a charitable tax receipt for the year in which it was donated! Our main focus will be on local kids, but will be open to all children who have a need!

Thanks for Loving!

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Our Long-term Vision

Our Long-term Vision In support of community, church, and families, Frontier Trails will strive to ignite a dream in the hearts of young people and mentor these young people through the years to become everything they can be. Our Standard Camp is for the camper, not necessarily for the ease, convenience, or enjoyment of the staff. Social and emotional development will be encouraged within the camp community. Healthy relationships with others will be emphasized by recognizing the value of other individuals.  

A Unique Environment Camp’s Setting in Nature We seek to take away the normal distractions of today’s world and to provide a compassionate, caring, fun and safe atmosphere through every activity. Deep unanswered questions often lay dormant in the human heart until someone cares enough to mine them out. Frontier Trails activities will be experiential in nature and show respect for the essential differences and values of campers who participate together.

The goal will be to allow the natural environment in which camping takes place to dictate to us the kinds of activities and programming which will meet the needs of each camper, young and old, for physical as well as spiritual well being. This suggests that Singing, Storytime,  crafts, recreation, etc., at camp, be, as much as possible, done in the context of the natural environment and that the natural environment will suggest and shape much of the programming.

In all of this, the most important person at camp is the camper; and our goal for him or her includes personal Christian faith and growth, a sense of personal achievement in some phase of camping and a healthy relationship with others, and a positive experience of camping.