Camp News

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July 19, 2017 at 3:30pm

Due to wildfires in the Princeton area, Awana BC Camp 2017 has been cancelled. Please check your email for details about refunds and a new one-night camp next week. 

July 17, 2017 at 10:00am

Camp Tulahead is still under a mandatory evacuation order. BC Wildfire Services is reporting that the fire has grown to 3300 hectares and is 40% contained. We are expecting an update on the evacuation notice on Tuesday at 4pm. Camp Tulahead and our Staff Team are hoping for good news and will update you as soon as we hear the word. We will make the final decision of whether or not to cancel by Thursday, July 20 at 10am. Please continue to pray for the firefighters and all who are affected by the wildfires in BC. 

You can read recent updates on the forest fire on these websites:

(With notes from Camp Tulahead)

July 12, 2017 at 11:30am

The latest update from Fire Control is that the mandatory evacuation order for Camp Tulahead will stand indefinitely. We are optimistic that Awana BC Camp will run, however, we will decide whether or not cancel by Thursday, July 20 at 10am. Please continue to pray for the firefighters as they work to battle the flames. 

You can read recent updates on the forest fire on these websites:

July 8, 2017 at 9:00pm

Zach was able to chat with the Director at Tulahead. Tulahead's Director was optimistic since the fire seems to be moving in the opposite direction of camp, but they are still under an evacuation order, as the fire started quite close to their camp and hasn’t yet been contained. Please keep those impacted by this fire in your prayers, including the staff and campers at Camp Tulahead this week. 

July 8, 2017 at 11:45am

As of July 7, 2017, Camp Tulahead has been evacuated due to a wildfire near Princeton. We are closely monitoring the situation and our Camp Directors, Zach and Brittany Mallett, are contacting the staff at Camp Tulahead. Please keep the camp and all affected by the fire in your prayers.