|When||Sunday, September 17, 2017|
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Camp Fontanelle will be alive with laughter and excitement Sept. 17 as it holds its annual barbecue and auction. The day is meant to highlight the successes of the camp over the past year and to raise money to continue to grow its camping ministry.
The day will begin with worship at 11 a.m. Music will be led by the summer camp staff and the message will be delivered by the Rev. Chad Anglemeyer, Missouri River District Superintendent. After worship, held under the big white tent, guests may enjoy a barbecue meal or a grilled meal before the other activities begin. The barbecue meal at the Riverview Lodge will include pulled pork or grilled chicken with sides or grilled hamburgers or hot dogs at the grilling station near the gazebo. The meals are a freewill offering but there is a suggested minimum gift for food.
There will be a silent auction and a live quilt auction to help raise money to help continue the ministry at the camp. Items and quilts are still being collected for the auctions. If you have an item you would like to donate, please contact the camp at 402-478-4296.
Visiting Camp Fontanelle on Sept. 17 is a wonderful way to support its mission of being an intentional Christian community. It will be an opportunity to visit the camp and tour its facilities and enjoy all of the activities being held on that day.
Other activities will include face painting, live music, puppet shows, a camp tour, meeting friends and family and the opening of the 2017 Camp Fontanelle Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze.
For more information contact the camp at 402-478-4296 or visit the website at campfontanelle.com.