Support Camp Calvary

There are many ways you can support Camp Calvary with your time, talent and treasure. Here are some:

  1. Camp Calvary needs and wish list
  2. Provide a scholarship for a camper
  3. Volunteer to serve at camp!
Sportsmens' 2015

2015 Sportsmens' Retreat

Click here for registration form | Click here for brochure

SESSIONS

  • Traveling for Whitetails
  • Western Big Game
  • Planning an Alaskan Hunt
  • Low-Budget Guided Hunts

BUILDING ON LAST YEAR

  • Bring a mount, a picture / hide to display. Don’t forget to bring the
    story, too! We will provide the space, table, and hooks.

WHAT TO BRING

  • Hunting & Fishing Gear
  • Shells & Targets
  • Towels & Toiletries
  • Bedding & Pillow
  • Casual Clothes
  • Bible & Notebook
  • Hunting & Fishing Stories (Stories should either be true or interesting...)

WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • Automatic weapons illegal for hunting
  • Tobacco, drugs, or alcoholic beverages
  • Media players of any kind
  • Animals of any kind

Friday Schedule

2:00p Camp Open For Early Shooting & Fishing Practice
6:30
Registration & Settle In
7:00 Sportsmen’s Banquet
8:00 Session 1
8:45
Break
9:00  

Session 2

10:00
Hunting Video
12:00
Lights Out

Saturday Schedule

6:00 Fishing Competition Begins
7:00 Shooting Practice
7:30 Breakfast
8:15 Session 3
9:00 A Few Reminders
9:30
Competition Begins
1:00p
Lunch
2:00 Session 4
2:30 Competition Continues
5:00 Highlights & Overall Sportsman’s Award Presented

 


 

SPEAKER: Tracy Breen | Outdoor Writer and Speaker

Tracy Breen is a full-time outdoor writer who writes for dozens of publications across the United States. A few of the publications he writes for include Outdoor Life, Buckmasters, Bowhunting World, Petersen’s Bowhunting, Bowhunter, and New Pioneer. Tracy is also a marketing consultant in the outdoor industry and works with many well-known companies including Mathews Archery, Grim Reaper Broadheads, Wilderness Athlete, and many more. He lives in Ravenna, Michigan, with his wife, Angie, and sons, Thane and Hendrik. Tracy has cerebral palsy and often writes and speaks about overcoming physical challenges to enjoy the outdoors.

Learn more about Tracy and his hunting adventures at tracybreen.com.