Young Adult Retreat & Reunion Party

Young Adult Retreat

Saturday, June 17th – Sunday, June 18th, 2017 at Bethel University in St. Paul

Overview

The retreat will be hosted at Bethel University in St. Paul from Saturday, June 17th at 9:00 a.m. to Sunday, June 18th at noon. The Young Adult Retreat allows former Odayin campers who’ve graduated high school an opportunity to connect while learning about life experiences that are unique to young people with heart disease. There is no age limit to attend the Young Adult Retreat. Participants have an opportunity to reunite with their Odayin family and share in their transition to adulthood. Retreat activities range from educational guest speakers to personal growth and wellness opportunities. On Saturday night, participants are automatically registered to attend the Reunion Party. Housing and meals are provided from Saturday lunch through Sunday breakfast. There is a $25 fee to attend the Young Adult Retreat, but Camp Odayin is happy to cover the cost if you are unable. See Financial Support below for details and transportation reimbursement information.

Registration will be available the week of April 24th through June 5th

YAR Pictures

Check out Pictures of the 2016 Retreat

Reunion Party

Saturday, June 17th from 6 to 10 pm at Bethel University in St. Paul

Make new memories with your old friends. Reunite for an evening of fun at The Underground at Bethel University in St. Paul. Join other former campers, volunteer camp staff and K staff for dinner, games, a memorial balloon release, and a throwback to the ultimate ‘evening program’ at the Odayin Reunion Party! There is no cost to attend. RSVP for the party by June 5th.

Financial Support

With the generous support from the Joe Gillis Memorial Fund, we are able to offer transportation scholarships for Young Adult Retreat participants living more than 250 miles away. Up to $300 can be reimbursed for your travel costs. We are also able to cover the $25 cost to attend the Young Adult Retreat if you are unable. Contact the Camp Odayin office at info@campodayin.org if you would benefit from financial support.

If you are a former camper, please be sure that we have your current information by emailing alison@campodayin.org.

Camp Odayin serves all people regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status.