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Camp Celiac Livermore, CA - Camp Arroyo

    

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We are pleased to announce that Camp Celiac will return in summer 2018 for our 12th year of gluten-free camp! Once again, we will have two three-night sessions for campers ages 9 to 15: 
 
Session 1: July 22 - July 25
Session 2: July 25 - July 28

 
Registration: Registration for campers, counselors and junior counselors will open on February 1, 2018, on the Camp Celiac website, www.celiaccamp.com. Counselors and junior counselors are expected to commit for the full six nights of camp. We will send a reminder in January before registration begins. If this email was forwarded to you, subscribe to our newsletter from our website to receive the reminder: celiaccommunity.org.
 
Junior counselor policy: We require junior counselors to take one year off between attending as a camper and serving as a junior counselor. This policy ensures our staff is ready to transition from camper to a leadership position. We always have more junior counselor applicants than space, so we give priority to those applicants entering 12th grade; thus, in practice, applicants entering 11th grade have generally not been offered a space. 
 
Cost: The only cost for attending Camp Celiac is a $25 registration fee, as it has been since the camp’s founding. 

Donations: Although our $25 registration fee will remain the same in 2018, our costs have risen over the past decade and we rely on donations to provide the programming that makes Camp Celiac so special. If you are able, please consider a donation to Camp Celiac at Camp Arroyo. You can do so by visiting http://celiaccamp.com/donationsandpayment.
 
Special thanks to our nonprofit partner, The Taylor Family Foundation; Elaine Taylor, TTFF co-founder and president; Jackie Corley and Molly Stone, camp organizers; Dr. Doug Corley and Dr. Amy Burkhart, camp doctors; Richard Bernstein, camp director; and all the volunteers, business sponsors and individual donors who make camp possible for our community.

We look forward to seeing you next summer!

Jennifer Iscol
President
Celiac Community Foundation of Northern California
P.O. Box 1506
Healdsburg, CA 95448
www.celiaccommunity.org
jiscol@celiaccommunity.org
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