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  • Brian

Camp Likely would like to welcome back Mariah Bouchard to the Camp Likely community in her new role as Camp Director. Mariah has old ties to Camp Likely. For generations her family has been a big part of Camp Likely. She is a member of the Likely Chapel and is excited to take on this new role for the camp.

Mariah grew up in the rural community of Likely and spent every summer at the camp growing up. After moving away to complete her teaching degree she was excited to have God lead her back to Likely for a teaching position. Soon after landing that position she decided to take on the role of Camp director.

Mariah is excited for the fun and adventures that await us for summer 2023!

See you out there!

Camp Throw Back!

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The leadership of Camp Likely regrets to announce that due to low staffing numbers and unforeseen circumstances we are forced to cancel all camps for the 2022 season.

We understand that this is difficult and frustrating for kids and parents alike, but safety is our number one priority and we feel we are not able to provide the safest possible camp experience at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience and disappointment this announcement causes and hope that it does not bring too much disruption to your summers. If you have already registered for camp this summer you should have an email with this announcement in your inbox. Any payments made will be fully refunded within the next week. If you do not receive a refund by July 15 please contact and we will make sure to sort it out for you. This is very hard news for us at Likely. We love summer camp, we love kids, and we love sharing the good news of Jesus. We are very disappointed that we will be unable to run camps this summer!

We pray and look forward to coming back, better than ever, for summer 2023. Sincerely, On behalf of the Camp Likely Leadership, Brian Piccioni Camp Director 604-799-0605

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In our last update, we announced that the BC government was lifting its ban on overnight camps for children and that conditions and guidelines would be released soon. Well, we received the guidelines earlier this week, and after considering what was required to run overnight camps under COVID restrictions and how late it is in the year, we have made the hard decision to not host overnight camps. We know that some will be very disappointed about this. Still, an honest evaluation has led us to decide that we do not have the resources to run overnight camps safely.

The good news is that we have been planning day camps for months, and as of now, registration is reopened for our July day camps! We are excited to host two weeks of day camps in Williams Lake this summer! In addition to this, we still will have Family Camp at Camp Likely on the August long weekend.

If you are interested in day camp, please find more information here or register now!

One last thing - if you are 15 years or older and would like to help out at camp this summer, we have opportunities for you to join our staff! Staff training will be held at Camp Likely from July 12-18.

Thanks everyone for your patience and understanding as we make the long journey out of this pandemic together. I can't wait to see you this summer!

In Christ,


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