LYC 2013 Pictorial – West Virginia Pre-Teen Camp

CaptureThe last in our series of chapters from the 2013 LYC Pictorial features the West Virginia Pre-Teen camp.

The West Virginia camp this year will be one of the first to take place, beginning in just over two weeks.

West Virginia 2013

We hope you’ve enjoyed these chapters from the 2013 album. We hope to feature the 2014 album in a similar manner at some point in the future.

Until then, beginning with the Texas Pre-Teen camp, which starts on the 14th of June, we’ll be featuring extensive content from the camps. Be sure to check back!

West Virginia Pre-Teen Album Available

Over the next few days we’ll be making albums of photos from the LYC camps this summer available.  First up, West Virginia!

West Virginia Pre-Teen Camp

We’re now accepting applications for the West Virginia Pre-Teen camp taking place in July and August.  Head to for more information and to apply!

Camp Photos

Hi everyone,

I’m pleased to be able to report that we’ve finished putting together the last of the North American camp albums.  You can check out our archive of photos and videos at the following pages:

LYC Ohio Teen Camp

LYC Adventure Camp

LYC Missouri Pre-Teen Camp

LYC Texas Pre-Teen Camp


West Virginia 2011 Video

We’re excited to be adding the West Virginia Pre-Teen Family camp to the LYC line-up for 2012.  The camp has been held in previous years, but this will be the first time it officially falls under the LYC banner. The camp director is Mr. Paul Shumway

The West Virginia camp is run a little bit different to the regular Pre-Teen camps, in that it emphasizes the family aspect; everyone gets to take part.  Registration for West Virginia 2012 is open until July 15.  If you’re interested in registering, head to and sign up today!

To let you know a little bit more about the camp, we’re happy to present the 2011 Camp Video:

LYC Pre-Teen Camp West Virginia

There will be a West Virginia Pre-Teen/Family Camp this year at the 4-H Camp in Princeton, WV.  The dates are Sunday, July 29-Friday, August 3.  This camp is designed for families with one or more children between the ages of 8-12 where the activities are planned for this age group.  Activities include canoeing, archery, guitar, orienteering, kickball, life lessons and of course, Christian Living.  We had a very successful camp last year and many will be returning.  There are still some openings.  Applications need to be in by July 6.

To register for camp, visit