Current sixth graders can jump start their summer in June by signing up for high-voltage fun at the Indiana Touchstone Energy® Camp.
To accomplish this, a wide variety of activities have been designed to enhance this summer camp opportunity and create a memorable educational experience. Students will be able to enhance their learning experience through a fun and powerful program (see informational flyer).
The three-and-a-half day long camp, in June, will be held at Camp Tecumseh YMCA Outdoor Center just north of Lafayette in Brookston. Camp Tecumseh, located on Richard G. Marsh Lake, offers a range of recreational activities including rock climbing, swimming and canoeing. It also includes team building exercises that challenge students and enhance communication skills.
A variety of exciting activities awaits boys and girls at the Touchstone Energy Camp including: Environmental Education, Touchstone Energy® Brand, Co-op Distribution, Electrification, Electrical Safety, Optimist Challenge, Horseback Riding, Swimming, Wall Climbing, Archery, Canoeing and Arts & Crafts.
So don’t be left in the dark, energize your summer by going to the Touchstone Energy Camp sponsored by Indiana’s Touchstone Energy Cooperatives/REMC’s (like Noble REMC); Indiana Statewide Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives (the service association of Indiana’s REMC’s); and cooperative power suppliers, Hoosier Energy REC and Wabash Valley Power Association.
Students (current 6th Graders only) will be chosen based on their application and very short essay.
For more information, please call Director of Communications & Community Relations Kevin Dreibelbis at 260-636-2113 or 800-933-7362 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To download an application, click here.