GRAND HAVEN, Mich., March 27, 2013—Camp New Day, a summer camping experience held one week each year especially for children whose parents are incarcerated, is seeking cabin counselor volunteers to supervise youngsters from July 7 to 12 in Reed City, Michigan.
Camp New Day is known as a camp like no other. It is held at the Albright United Methodist Camp site, at 3156 190th Avenue in Reed City. Camp New Day is a ministry of the Prison and Restorative Justice Committee of the West Michigan Conference of Methodists, a ministry of the Board of Church and Society of the Detroit Methodist Conference, as well as a Jubilee Project of the denomination.
Cabin counselor volunteers need to be adult men and women 18 years and older to be considered. Each cabin counselor is responsible for six-to-eight kids, aged 9 to 14, who are organized by age group in cabins while the camping experience is in session.