Welcome to CCCA's Carolinas/Virginias Section website. The Carolinas/Virginias Section is made up of CCCA member camps from the great states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. On this site, you'll find: On behalf of CCCA and the Carolinas/Virginias Section, thanks for visiting, and we hope to see you at one of our member camps and conferences soon!
Welcome to CCCA's Carolinas/Virginias Section website. The Carolinas/Virginias Section is made up of CCCA member camps from the great states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. On this site, you'll find:
On behalf of CCCA and the Carolinas/Virginias Section, thanks for visiting, and we hope to see you at one of our member camps and conferences soon!
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As they become available, dates and location for the 2023 Sectional Event will be posted below. The section cabinet and CCCA leadership will regularly review plans in light of COVID-19. This page will be updated as plans develop closer to the event. Please check back or reach out to the section president with any questions.
SOUTHEAST REGION SUPER-SECTIONAL
March 6-8, 2023
Bonclarken Conference Center
Southeast Super Sectional Registration is open!
The new year is here, staff recruiting is in full swing, projects are ongoing, and we each are looking further into 2023 with anticipation. However, be aware of the here and now. Join us as we take time to slow down and see God's hand at work during the 2023 Southeast Super Sectional at Bonclarken Conference Center in Hendersonville, NC, March 6th-8th, 2023. Gather with other believers to see what the Lord is doing around Christian Camping, around your community, your staff, and your heart. We look forward to this gathering each year as we have the joy of seeing friends, family, and new faces that are in Christian Camping. This year we welcome those that are outside of our respective sections. Don't miss out on this time with camps and their staff from Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida!
We are excited to be back on the beautiful property of Bonclarken Conference Center and the incredible hospitality they offer. The rates below are for lodging options at Bonclarken only. These rates include lodging and meals during the conference as well as the conference program fee. Meals are not included in the commuter rate. If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact Lynn Rogers
Hotel Style Lodging
The Lodge, Founders Hall, Founders South
Single - $305
Double+ - $255
Apartment Style Lodging
Double - $265
Triple+ - $240
Bunk Style Lodging
Dorms, Cottage - Linen not provided
Breakfast: $9 / Lunch: $10.25 / Dinner: $11.75
If you are interested in attending the conference, but need some scholarship assistance, please contact Shannon Clayton before you register for conference.
Conference Head Start Seminar
We are excited to offer a head start seminar that will take place on Monday, March 6th, starting at 2pm. The Head Start presenter will be John Skaggs, who is the Chair for the Camping Ministry Major at Appalachian Bible College in Beckley, West Virginia. John has been involved in Christian Camping for 24 years, including 15 of those years spent teaching at the college while helping the camping and adventure program at Alpine Ministries operated out of the college.
The Head Start will focus on designing effective program activities and using the 6 Elements of Programs to design unique activities. Every program has 6 elements that can be identified and changed to keep programming fresh and effective. This seminar will teach these through an activity-based, experiential learning environment so people can design creative programming that meets participant needs.
If you would like to attend the head start seminar, please register here. There is no cost to attend.
Other Conference Notes
Be on the look out for the conference schedule, information on the guest speaker, worship leaders, seminar presenters, and a full list of the seminars being offered.
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