Thank You all for a fantastic camp! Hope to see you at next year's camp.
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What is Camp Chosŏn?
Camp Chosŏn is a Korean culture camp designed for Korean-American children, youth and their families. Camp was originally started for Korean adoptees, but has grown to include Korean-Americans from all family backgrounds. Camp Chosŏn is held annually, typically over the Fourth of July week. Resident Camp (grades 7-11) is six days, while Day Camp (K-6 grade) is five days. Our current venue is Camp Lakamaga, a Girl Scout Camp near Forest Lake Minnesota. More details about camp and the activities included in camp can be found under the Overview section.
Camp Chosŏn 2013
Another fantastic year of camp is now complete!
A big thank you to all of the volunteers who helped to make camp possible. Also a thank you and great job to all of our instructors, counselors, and camp attendees.
Don't forget to schedule your time off for next year's camp. Resident camp will run from June 29th to July 4th. Day camp will be from June 30th to July 4th.
Camp Chosŏn has a camp online Google group; this is our primary means of communicating with families. If you wish to become part of this group, send an email to Diane Miller at email@example.com
Board meetings are generally held the third Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. Board meetings are open to all. If you want more information about attending a board meeting, contact our Board President at firstname.lastname@example.org.