What is Camp Reunion or ReunionFest

What is this about
This great once in a lifetime event is for any Alumni of a Scholarship Camp from Idaho,
Montana, Oregon, California, Alaska and of course Washington.

Who can attend
Anyone from 18 - 99 years old that is an Alumni.
This event is open for you and your immediate family. Yes, we are able to provide a singles, couples and a family style camp environment.

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The Team

The Team that is the key part of your camping experience

Darrell and Robin Weiland

Darrell and Robin will be the Camp Directors for our 2018 Reunion Camp. They both began serving in Awana as Commanders in Vacaville, California in 1982. They attended their first Awana Scholarship Camp in 1984 and fell in love with the camping ministry.

 

The Weiland’s served as Team Captains in Northern California and then became the Awana Missionaries for Western Washington in 1992. Thereafter they served as Camp Staff and later as Camp Directors for Pacific Northwest Camp and started up Puget Sound Camp.

Robin has done many jobs at camp, she has served as Chief Inspector Clueless (cabin inspections) for many years. Darrell has been overseeing camp leadership as camp directors for many year for Awana camps. He is looking to do this again this year for camp In 2000, they began serving as the Awana Regional Ministry Directors for the Northwestern United States until 2006. Darrell and Robin are currently serving with Village Missions, Pastoring a rural congregation in Myrtle Point, Oregon at Bridge Community Church.

 

Jim and Kari Fulcher

Jim and Kari Fulcher are the Directors of Families for Camp Reunion. They have been married for 21 years and have a beautifully blended family with 5 children (Amy 29, Bracken 25, Jessica 23, Alison 19 and Bethany 17).  They have raised all 5 of their kids in Awana since they were all very young.

Jim and Kari run a screen printing business, Sky Valley Ink, out of their home. Jim does all of the computer designs and makes the screens while Kari does all of the printing. They do a lot of printing for churches, schools and local businesses. They have served in Awana for over 20 years and have held every title you can imagine and now they serve as the Journey Directors at First Baptist Church Monroe. They also served on the Ministry Team under Brion and Connie Frakes. 

Jim and Kari love the camp ministry, they feel that it has been blessing to have been involved with Pacific Northwest Camp. For the Fulchers, camp ministries are about building relationships that will last a life time, both bettering our relationship with God and the relationships around us.  Jim and Kari have served as the Blue Team Captains at Pacific Northwest Camp for more than 10 years.  They feel that the other Team Captains and Camp Counselors are a part of their family. They have a love for the color BLUE.

Gary and Sue McMains

Gary and Sue have been serving in Awana for over 37 years. Gary and Sue first attended camp in Spokane serving for Sam and Becky Tremaine the Awana Missionaries of Eastern Washington back in 1990. After moving back to the Western Washington Gary has served in 25 camps with the first being at Back Lake Bible Camp.
 
Gary has served as a leader, Director, Game Director and Commander for Awana clubs. He is known by most people during these time as Lucky Day of the “Three Amigos” making Camp activities a highlight of each camp year. Gary will be back as one of the Three Amigos.

Sue has been instrumental to camps and has served in leadership as Team Captain, Crafts Supervisor, and back of house support for the Weiland’s, The Herr’s, and the Frakes during her time at camp. Sue will bring a much needed touch to camp and will be overseeing craft and other activities during free-time.

Eric and Lisa Litchfield

Eric and Lisa celebrate their 17th year of marriage this May and have served together as green team captains at Pacific Northwest camp from 2001-2010 and Rocky Mountain Camp from 2007-2014. Lisa served solo at from 1998-2001 before Eric “married into Awana” and both Litchfield’s have served with missionaries Darrell and Robin Weiland, Brion and Connie Frakes and Jerry and Angie Berheim.

Passionate about kids and the Awana ministry, Eric and Lisa have served as leaders, directors, game directors and commanders for Awana programs in Washington, Texas, South Carolina, and Iraq (Eric played Awana games with the Iraqi children during his time overseas) as well as serving on the ministry team for Brion and Connie Frakes.

The Litchfield’s believe that each and every person they have worked with and for during their time of camp ministry has made a direct impact on their lives and hearts and they can’t wait to see everyone in June – not just as friends but as family! They are looking forward to teaching during evening workshops and seeing what God has in store for everyone as they come together again.


-- They can’t wait to see what lies ahead in the Continuing Journey.  -- (OUR CAMP THEME FOR THIS YEAR)

Eric and Lisa Litchfield

Eric and Lisa celebrate their 17th year of marriage this May and have served together as green team captains at Pacific Northwest camp from 2001-2010 and Rocky Mountain Camp from 2007-2014. Lisa served solo at from 1998-2001 before Eric “married into Awana” and both Litchfield’s have served with missionaries Darrell and Robin Weiland, Brion and Connie Frakes and Jerry and Angie Berheim.

Passionate about kids and the Awana ministry, Eric and Lisa have served as leaders, directors, game directors and commanders for Awana programs in Washington, Texas, South Carolina, and Iraq (Eric played Awana games with the Iraqi children during his time overseas) as well as serving on the ministry team for Brion and Connie Frakes.

The Litchfield’s believe that each and every person they have worked with and for during their time of camp ministry has made a direct impact on their lives and hearts and they can’t wait to see everyone in June – not just as friends but as family! They are looking forward to teaching during evening workshops and seeing what God has in store for everyone as they come together again.


-- They can’t wait to see what lies ahead in the Continuing Journey.  -- (OUR CAMP THEME FOR THIS YEAR)

Nathan and Tracy Mumm

Nathan and Tracy are celebrating their 25th Wedding Anniversary this year and have over 50 weekly Camps under their belt.

Nathan Mumm attended the first Scholarship Camp in Washington State at Mossy Rock in 1985 as a sixth grader. He has since attended over 30 Camp’s as a leader/camper and is known by most people during these time as Ned Nederlander of the “Three Amigos” making Camp activities a highlight of each camp year.

Tracy joined Pacific Northwest Camps as a leader in 1994 and attend many dual Camp seasons for Washington State Scholarship Camps. Both have served as cabin counselors, line leaders, and even Camp Staff during these years.

Nathan and Tracy Mumm

Nathan and Tracy are celebrating their 25th Wedding Anniversary this year and have over 50 weekly Camps under their belt.

Nathan Mumm attended the first Scholarship Camp in Washington State at Mossy Rock in 1985 as a sixth grader. He has since attended over 30 Camp’s as a leader/camper and is known by most people during these time as Ned Nederlander of the “Three Amigos” making Camp activities a highlight of each camp year.

Tracy joined Pacific Northwest Camps as a leader in 1994 and attend many dual

Camp seasons for Washington State Scholarship Camps. Both have served as cabin counselors, line leaders, and even Camp Staff during these years.

Nathan will be back as one of the Three Amigos once again planning the game time activities that make Camp fun, while Tracy will be a workshop speaker and the dining hall supervisor.

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Sam and Becky Tremaine

Sam began attending Awana Scholarship Camps in 1983 at Central Plains Scholarship Camp in Iowa.  Sam and Becky later married and became Awana Missionaries. They were assigned Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho and Northwest Montana. During this time they also attended Pacific Northwest Scholarship, with David and Shelly Genn. In 1989 Sam and Becky helped Jim Mayhew start Rocky Mountain Scholarship Camp which was in Northern Idaho.
 
In 1992 Sam and Becky became the directors of Rocky Mountain Camp and was able to help Darrell and Robin Weiland begin Puget Sound Scholarship Camp and he served through the years when the Frakes became the camp directors.

After moving to Boise, Idaho in 2005 they attended Rocky Mountain Awana Camp when Mike Beaudin was the camp director and  continued to be involved at Rocky Mountain Awana Camp for several years.

When Jerry Berheim became the Awana Missionary for S. Idaho Sam became the director of Rocky Mountain Awana Camp. Sam served as director until Rocky Mountain Awana Camp was phased out. In 2011 he had the privilege of going to Ghana, Africa to help Djaba Nyakotey begin a camp using the format of an Awana Camp.

Sam has served in the Awana Ministry since 1973 in many different roles and responsibilities. He is currently involved as a Trek leader. They currently live in Boise, Idaho and serves as the Pastor of Lake Hazel Bible Church in Boise, Idaho.

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