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GEM camp report and pics 6/9-13

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I was blessed to be able to participate in the first GEM camp of the year at Lutherdel camp on Boy lake.

The kids were really good, they learned how to tie on lures, and catch bass, panfish, and pike.

For morning devotions we learned about the life of King David from a video and reading from the Bible. All the kids listened and also asked some great questions.

Some memorized Psalm 23 and John 3:16.

The weather was kind of cold and we had some rain with wind, but the kids did good with it, that made it a fun week.

here are some pics, enjoy!

http://gemkids.blogspot.com/2008/06/first-gem-camp-of-summer.html

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Looks like there was a lot of fun going on with some good learning in between.

Verry nice!

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Always nice to see your reports getting the kids out on fish. Good job and keep the reports coming.

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Several nice fish in the boat!

Mike, is that crossroads in the background in the first pic?

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Several nice fish in the boat!

Mike, is that crossroads in the background in the first pic?

It is new hope church in new hope MN

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