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YouthQuake 2014
Camp | Retreat
Date: June 19, 2014
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: Show map
Progressive Baptist Church
1600 Clanton Road
Charlotte, NC 28208

Contact: Precious Mack
Phone: (704) 376-3819
Email: progressivebaptistchurch@yahoo.com

Pastor Mack’s goal is to provide a civic gathering, and to implement a program that will reach children throughout the community. This nine-week summer camp, that takes place every year, focuses on the gospel of Jesus Christ. Arbor Glen Outreach Center will encourage and promote academic excellence, recreational activities, along with a variety of educational programs in order to simulate hope, heal broken spirits and enhance self-worth. We are determined to make a difference in the life of others.


The cost of camp is $20.00 for registration (Non Refundable) and $35.00 a week per child. If a family has more than 2 children in the home they will receive a discount on their weekly fees. We do provide early drop off from 7:00am to 8:50am for $5.00 per day per child. There will be a $5.00 late fee after 5:35pm. Call or email for Registration information,




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