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Children enjoy camp

Mere Naleba
Saturday, August 30, 2014

ABOUT 100 children were part of a Summer Sizzler camp organised by the Youths for Christ Fiji (YFCF)with the aim of educating children on moral and religious values through sports last week.

Children from Hart Homes in the Suva- Nausori corridor were also part of the camping trip which featured a boat trip adventure from Nasali Landing to Nabua Village in Rewa.

Director of YFCF Tomu Raiviu said since the establishment of the organisation in 1996 they had been organising camps and holiday programs annually in their bid to create a change for the future generation.

"Our objective is to give kids a camping experience that is different, gives them hope and faith and above all is fun," Mr Raiviu said.

"We draw young people from a number of areas where we have ongoing community involvement so that the camps are an extension of those relationships."

Activities p for the children included Bible study, face painting and sporting activities which was similar to American reality game show The Amazing Race.





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