FAQs

More questions and answers coming soon... Questions BEFORE camp. 1. How do I register my child for camp? 2. What if myself or my child is not a Christian? 3. What should a camper bring to camp? 4. Will my child be able to request a cabin mate? 5. What if my child takes medication or has a special diet? 6. When do I drop-off my child for camp? 7. When do I pick-up my child after camp? 8. Does my child after participate in every activity? 9. Will I be able to tour Camp Tohiglo on registration day? 10. What should my child wear at Camp? 11. Will my child need spending money? Questions DURING camp. 12. What if my child gets hurts or needs to see a doctor? 13. Will I be able to visit my child during camp? 14. What if I need to pick-up my child early, in the week, or before pick-up time on Friday? 15. Will I be able to contact my child by email? 16. What address should I send regular mail to? Questions AFTER camp. 17. What if my child lost or left something at camp? General Questions about Camp Tohiglo. 18. How do I donate my resources to Camp Tohiglo? 19. How can I support the Camp financially? 20. Does Camp Tohiglo help with Estate Planning? 21. Where do I find information about Awana Scholarship Camp? ^top   Questions BEFORE camp. 1. How do I register my child for camp? Follow the instructions of the REGISTRATION page. 2. What if myself or my child is not a Christian? You are definitely welcome at Camp Tohiglo.  We will tell you, however, that Camp Tohiglo is a Christian camp.  Because of that, there is a large emphasis on Bible teaching and Bible study.  Many campers that attend have no Christian education or background, but feel welcome and accepted.  Click here to see more information about becoming a Christian and finding hope in God. ^top 3. What should a camper bring to camp? On the registration form (bottom side 1) are a list of suggested items to bring to camp. THINGS TO BRING: Bible, pencil and pad, sleeping bag, pillow, warm pajamas, casual clothes for daytime, jeans, comfortable shoes for hiking, sneakers (for some games/activities) sweatshirt and jacket (cool am/pm), toiletries (toothpaste, toothbrush, towels, soap & wash cloth. A camera or sports gear (like ball glove) is optional. All items should be marked with camper’s name. SWIMMING ATTIRE: 1. Girls: A modest one-piece swimsuit, no bikinis. 2. Boys: Boxer trunks only. ^top 4. Will my child be able to request a cabin mate? During Primary, Junior, and PreTeen weeks we understand the need for a camper to be with a relative or close friend, or purhaps, the only other camper they know at camp.  We try to always accomodate that request however, during Teen Week that is not always possilbe as most campers are divided up into age groups. 5. What if my child takes medication or has a special diet? 6. When do I drop-off my child for camp? 7. When do I pick-up my child after camp? 8. Does my child after participate in every activity? 9. Will I be able to tour Camp Tohiglo on registration day? 10. What should my child wear at Camp? 11. Will my child need spending money?
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