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 Camp Quest of Michigan is now accepting camper registrations for 2006.

The dates are August 13th to August 20th, 2006. Camp Quest of Michigan will be held at the beautiful Sherman Lake YMCA Outdoor Center, near Battle Creek.

The Camper Registration form is available online at this LINK.

The Registration deposit may be paid online using PayPal --see our home page.

Those interested in staff positions may use the Staff Application form atthis LINK

Through our host camp, campers will enjoy access to the waterfront (beach), activity fields, challenge courses, horseback riding, indoor recreation center (including climbing wall, basketball, pool), boating (canoes, kayaks, sailboats), outdoor multi-use courts (ramps for roller-blades and skateboards, tennis, basketball), outdoor climbing tower, and archery range.

Our Camp Quest staff will supervise activities that may include a varietyof interests such as arts and crafts, nature study, astronomy, evolution, history, literature, and critical thinking challenges. Special guests will make this an event to remember for years to come!

The standard registration fee for 2006 is $500 per camper.  Register by January 31 and pay only $450 per camper!

Interested parents are encouraged to apply early to take advantage of a camp experience that combines reason, science, and critical inquiry with traditional camp activities like trail rides, swimming, crafts, nature study, fun and friendship.

Thank you for your support.

Len Zanger, director

Camp Quest of Michigan

P.O. Box 656

Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303

Fax/phone: (248) 334-7094


*Made possible through a generous grant from the Institute for Humanist Studies, 48 Howard Street, Albany, NY 12207-1608. Email:


Len Zanger will join the GREATER FLINT ATHEISTS AND HUMANISTS at their JANUARY MEETING for a special Camp Quest of Michigan presentation. 

WHEN: Thursday, January 19th 2006 at 7:00pm

WHERE: Genesee Family Restaurant 5009 Miller Rd, Flint Twp MI.  Directions available.

WHAT:  Dinner Meeting and a Presentation

WHO: Len Zanger, director of Camp Quest of Michigan  And we may have a fewother special guests.

Please RSVP to Jason Galvas
Director and Founder, Greater Flint Atheists and Humanists.

I hope you will be able to attend!


Camp Quest is the first residential summer camp in the history of the United States for the children of Atheists, Freethinkers, Secular Humanists, Humanists, Brights, or whatever other terms might be applied to those who holdto a naturalistic, not supernatural world view. Its purpose is to provide children of irreligious parents a residentialsummer camp dedicated to improving the human condition through rational inquiry, critical and creative thinking, scientific method, self-respect, ethics, competency, democracy, free speech, and the separation of religion and government guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States.




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