Family Adventure

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Family Adventure

Are you ready to enjoy an adventurous week with your child or children? Then, this is the camping experience for you! Blessed to be on the mountaintop at Jumonville, you will have the opportunity to grow in your faith in Jesus Christ, deepen your relationships within your family, make new friends or strengthen existing friendships. Along with Bible study and worship, we will enjoy climbing, hiking, swimming, King Swing, mountain boards and games. We will also spend some time at Ohiopyle paddling rafts on the flat water section of the Yough River, sliding down the natural water slides and hiking to Cucumber Falls. Another day we will visit Laurel Caverns for caving!

Children come to camp with a parent(s) and/or grandparent(s). Parents and/or grandparents and their children will stay in the Inn. This is a full-week event packed with adventure.

 $844 for a family of two / $1,190 for a family of three / $1,536 for a family of four

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Meet your Dean, David Pogany

Dave Pogany is the Associate Pastor at Baldwin Community United Methodist Church and the leader for the Youth Group there. Dave, along with his wife and four boys, have been attending Jumonville’s summer camps for years and is very excited to be one of the Deans for Family Adventure this year. He is excited to share with you the excitement of God while adventuring in his wonderful creation.

Meet your Dean, Lannette McWilliams

Lannette is married to her husband Jeff of 18 years. Lannette and Jeff have a son Nathaniel who is 8 years old, and their Lab/Greyhound Maddie who live in the South Hills of Pittsburgh. Lannette is a Hospice Director at Seven Oaks Hospice and is a board member on the Pennsylvania Hospice Network, and serves on the Veteran’s Parntership Board. Lannette also has a background in Art and uses her talents to give the patients and families specially made items for different occasions. Lannette has also taught Sunday School and is currently serving as a greeter/usher on Sunday mornings. As a Jumonville Alumni, she continues the tradition, as an adult with her family for the past 5 years with the family camps.

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