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Tales from Camp: Lessons Learned in the Woods

Ayanna Gaines

Sunday Service at 10 AM
in person (3327 Old Conejo Road, Newbury Park)
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DeBenneville Pines is a beautiful UU camp in the San Bernardino mountains. This summer saw the first youth camps held since the pandemic began. Ayanna Gaines had the opportunity to serve as a staff member for both elementary and high school camps, and learned many valuable lessons, which she would like to share.
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