American Baptist Men’s Retreat 2018

3rd Annual Men’s Retreat—2018 April 20-21 at Camp Tamarack E879 Golke Rd Waupaca, WI 54981 ****UPDATE – Retreat will be Sat April 21st  @Wyocena Community Church, 164 E. Franklin St**** Facilitator for the weekend: Rev. Mark Brandel – Pastor at Wyocena Community Church A time to gather…  to retreat from the demands of everyday lives  for recharging and revival  through interaction with Scripture and one another  so we can come to a deeper understanding and appreciation of faith and witness Arrival starting at 4pm. Official program runs Friday 7pm—Saturday 4pm. Program will be held at the Basile Center—linens now provided…

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American Baptist Women’s Retreat 2018

American Baptist Women have been meeting for 140 years! Please join us for our Annual Women’s Retreat: Dates: June 1-3, 2018 Location: Camp Tamarack, E879 Golke Rd, Waupaca, WI Cost: Friday night-Sunday noon $110.00 cabin or Tamarack or $140.00 for Basile, Saturday only $45.00 (no exception) You can find the invitation here, the letter here and the registration form here. Please contact Linda Jolly at 608-201-2528 or via email grandmaj2@sbcglobal.net if there are questions.

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Staff Bio: Rev. Kim Drost

Kim’s official title is Assistant Minister – Camping: Facilities and Guest Services; another way of thinking of the position is Minister of Hospitality. She is the one who supports the programming and usage of the camp by making sure all of its facilities are maintained and in good working order. Kim gets to help people enjoy all that Camp Tamarack has to offer and through it encounter the loving God who created it. It is her heart’s desire to do everything she can do to help more people find and enjoy this place and, more importantly, find Jesus in it.

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Staff Bio – Rev. Carolyn Dugan

In this role, I try to keep the past, present and future of camping in mind as we plan the summer youth camps, winter youth retreats, work with various rental groups and offer retreats. I have been attending, volunteering and working at Camp Tamarack since I was in 5th grade and I realize there is a nostalgia and sense of home when it comes to Camp Tamarack for anyone that has been there. I also realize change is inevitable as we evolve the Camp into what the Region and the campers, leaders and staff need in the 21st Century.  I am reminded…

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