2022 COVID-19 Precautions:  

This summer we will not be requiring masks for campers or staff.

Everyone will need to have to be fully immunized or have a negative Covid test (home test ok) within 48 hours of attending camp.

 

Read our Cedarbrook Clue — a very helpful document that provides driving directions, camp address, check in/out information, and more details about camp!

 

How do I send my camper mail?

There are a few options to ensure that your camper gets mail during their time at CCC.

  1. Bring written mail with you to check-in.  Be sure that your camper’s name is on the envelope or package and also designate if it is to be delivered on a particular day.
  2. Send letters to your camper through the USPS.  Please be aware that with postal delays the “snail mail” can take 3-4 days from anywhere in the state.
  3. Write your camper an email using Bunk1.com — see instructions here in the parent letter.
  4. Write your camper an email through the UltraCamp registration system (same place that you registered your camper).

Meet Our Director Team!

 Jayne Blackburn (aka “Robin”)

Executive Director & Registrar

 Steve Duke (aka “Blue”)

 Week 1 Director

Marjie Randall (aka “Tweety”)

NEW Weeks 2 & 3 Director

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How many years you’ve been at camp and how long you’ve been directing?

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I attended camp as an Explorer camper one year.  I have been serving on staff for 29 years.

I have been the Executive Director for 1 year.  I have been the camp Registrar for 13 years.

I started my involvement in this ministry when I was married back in 1983.  My wife had been involved with the program during her childhood and was actively involved in the horsemanship program at that time.  Over the years, I found myself drawn to this ministry.  First with the logistics of setup and takedown of camp.  

I have been the boy’s director for 23 years.

I have been at Oregon Camp Cedarbrook for over 20 years as a staff member and going on my 12th year as their Camp Director. This will be my first year serving at Cascade Camp Cedarbrook and I am excited to be involved! 

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What do you like best about CCC?

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There’s so much to like “best” about CCC!  The staff, the campers, the camp setting, the activities, making friends, having fun and learning about Jesus.  The relationships that are built between participants are meaningful.   Everyone is included in camp activities — whether it be a Bible study, activity time, free time or evening program!  The opportunities that campers can experience at camp are truly life changing.

I am always impressed with the passion of the staff around training and quality programming, with their focus on camper’s growth in spiritual, physical, and behavioral areas of their lives.  Great care is taken with these precious campers that we are allowed to work with for a week.  I am convinced that Cascade Camp Cedarbrook is a life changer.

I love Cedarbrook and I’m excited to see the similarities and differences between Oregon and Cascade. We share so much rich history together and have a lot in common. At Oregon, everything is my favorite, and I am positive that will be the same with Cascade. If I had to pick, I would say, watching staff give up time and show campers what an authentic Bible based relationship in Christ looks like. I also love teaching advanced canoeing as I get to relate it to our walk with Christ and see campers grasp hard skills. 

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What is your favorite Bible verse?

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Jeremiah 29:11-13

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.  Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you.  You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. 

I Thessalonians 5:16-18

Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. 

Philippians 1:6

Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.

 

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What are 2-3 fun facts about yourself?

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  • I have 11 cats — 8 of which are black!  Yes, I’m known as that “crazy cat lady” 😆 
  • I love Disney and my favorite character is Mickey Mouse.
  • I enjoy gardening and spending time outdoors with nature.  
  • My husband and I live in the same house that I grew up in. 
  • Boys’ camp is one of my favorite things to do every year.  A week at camp is extremely refreshing from a spiritual perspective.  It is a week of total focus on God and his people.  It can be physically exhausting, but well worth the effort.  Over the years I’ve directed and taught archery, riflery, canoeing, camp craft, clowning, rocketry, field games, golf, drama, and Campers in Leadership Training (CILT) 😯 
  • My son was a camper at the first boys’ camp and now serves on staff.
  • I was raised in northern Washington (so I’m a native Washingtonian).
  • I am a coffee connoisseur and if water could taste like coffee that would be fantastic. 
  • I have a bunny named Willow who travels with me and is quite spoiled
  • I’m the youngest of 4 kids, I have 6 nieces, 4 nephews and 5 god-children, all who I love to pieces and enjoy spending time with all of them, creating ruckus, talking about life and having nerf gun fights.