Delmarva Christian Service Camp

Delmarva Christian Service Camp

Rules for Camp Life
The primary goal of the camp is to provide an unusual setting, apart from the routine and often un-Christian surroundings of daily living. In this setting, the Word of God is taught and principles of Christian living are emphasized on a continuing basis.
1. Christ-like conduct and attitudes are expected of everyone attending Delmarva Christian Service Camp. The Dean may dismiss anyone who refuses to obey camp regulations.
2. Possession of alcohol, illegal drugs, tobacco, firearms, or knives will result in immediate dismissal.
3. Campers' cars driven to DCSC must be parked and locked, with keys given to the Dean upon arrival.
4. No one is permitted to leave the grounds without permission of the Dean.
5. Everyone is to adhere to the camp schedule, unless excused by the Dean.
6. All medicine must be given to the camp nurse upon arrival. All prescription medications must be in their original pharmacy issued containers, specifying dosages. Any illness or injury must be reported at once to the Camp Nurse or to the Dean.
7. Per Delaware State Health Department regulations, all campers mst have had a physical within the last 12 months prior to their week of camp (see registration form).
8. Body piercing jewelry is not permitted on camp property except women's earrings in women's ears.
9. All jewelry, including earrings, must be removed before entering the pool area.
Note: DCSC and its staff shall not be held responsible for any articles lost, stolen, or left at camp. Lost and Found items are held until the end of the summer and then donated to those in need.
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