Quivering Arrow Camp

2010 - June 21-26

Quivering Arrow Camp is a summer camp for children that take place on the grounds of Council House Church.
There are barracks for boys and for girls, washhouses, outdoor activities, lakes, green fields, and trees.
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For further information, contact:

   David E. Nagle (Hominy Friends Meeting) - 405-863-6685
or Brad Wood (Kickapoo Friends Center) - 405-640-4194

Camp Directors:
Brad and Christine Wood,
Kickapoo Friends Center, P.O. Box 570, McLoud, OK  74851
  Kickapoo Friends Center phone: 
405-964-2606.

Volunteers are needed each summer for cooks, arts & crafts leaders, counselors, and recreation leaders.
If you might be interested in volunteering
or if you would like to make a donation, please contact the directors of Quivering Arrow Camp,
Brad and Christine Wood.

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In 1968 Quivering Arrow Camp was held for only children of grades four through eight.  The high school campers were taken to Rockcleft, the Nebraska yearly Meetings church camp, in Colorado.  It was decided to continue the division of quivering Arrow Camp so a school bus was purchased to take campers from all four churches to Rockcleft camp.
In 1972, four camps built the pavilion for church and camp use.

In 1974 work campers and local people built a second girls barracks for camp.  Other work campers built bunks for boys in the boy’s barracks and helped prepare the grounds and building for Quivering Arrow Camp sessions.  Some people have stayed on to help with the camp.