After you register online for camp, download the three forms below. The Camper Health History (Form 1) helps our staff and camp healthcare providers prepare for your child to be at camp safely. The Health Form 2 must be reviewed and signed by your child’s health care provider. The Community Covenant ensures all campers and parents are informed of way we behave and live at camp. All campers must have current Health Forms and Community Covenants to attend camp.
All forms are due June 1, 2017.
Camper Health History (Form 1)
Camper Health Form 2
It is the policy of the Diocese of Southern Ohio that no child be turned away from Procter Summer Camp for financial reasons.
To request a scholarship complete this Scholarship Request Form along with camper registration.
We initally ask participants to pay 1/3 of the camp fee, a church or outside organization pay 1/3 and the Procter Summer Camp Scholarship Fund pays the final 1/3. If this is not feasible for you contact Andrea Foote, Interim Camp Director to discuss other options.
What do I do with my camper’s health form?
Health forms and community covenants are due June 1. Scan and email them to email@example.com, or mail them to:
Procter Camp and Conference Center
attn: Robin Kimbler
11235 St. Rte 38
London, OH 42140
When do I drop off my camper?
Registration begins at 4pm on the first day of your session. Arrive between 4 and 5:30. The staff is busy preparing for your session on opening day, we ask that you arrive after 4pm.
When do I pick up my camper?
Camp concludes with a closing Eucharist service at 10am. Parents are enthusiastically encouraged to join us for Eucharist! Camper checkout begins after the service. If you can’t attend the Eucharist please be at Procter by 10:45 to pick up your camper.
Campers love to get mail at camp! Correspondence by mail is encouraged from parents and campers. Try to send mail at the beginning of their session, of a few days before even, to ensure they receive your letter.
Please do not send food, candy or anything edible to your camper, it will be held by a counselor until the end of the session. The Procter kitchen cooks three hearty meals a day, and campers get desserts and snacks. Food is not allowed in cabins due to allergies and critters. If you want to send a care package feel free to send puzzles, cards, games, small gifts like fans, pens, or lip balms. A letter or postcard is gift enough, however.
Address camper mail to:
Your Child’s Name
c/o Procter Summer Camp
11235 St. Rte 38
London, OH 43140
Is my camper allowed to call home?
Your camper is encouraged to write home. There is no access to phones for campers. You are welcome to email the Camp Director with concerns throughout the week. The Camp Director will call you if your child is ill.
What if I cannot attend camp and I’ve already registered?
If you are unable to attend your camp session and cancel within 2 weeks, you will be refunded 80% of total camp price.
What do I do with my camper’s medication?
Each session of camp has a health care provider on site. This person will be at registration and will meet with each camper. If your camper takes regular medication bring it in the original container with the prescription visible . The healthcare provider will collect all medications, including over the counter, and dispense them throughout the week.